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7,281,139 Korean verbs conjugated (now ) was launched on June 28, 2009. Verb tracking was added on December 13, 2013. Since tracking was added visitors to the site have conjugated verbs over 7 million times. When I first started learning Korean I was always confused about why verbs underwent some of the odd orthographic changes they do so I spent some time attempting to reverse engineer the changes that are made and came up with an algorithm to conjugate verbs. The benefit of this was that I could have the algorithm explain why certain changes were made. Here is an example of the verb 걷다 which means to walk or to step which has a nominal form of 걸음: nominal ing 걸음 ㄷ irregular (걷 -> 걸) join (걸 + 음 -> 걸음) If you are learning Korean I'm sure will be a great resource. Top 10 verbs over the past 10+ years of operation Place Verb Notes 1 하다 하다 is a widely used verb ending in Korean. It has many meanings including to have, to do, to make, to play and m