@Octilarry 이/가(subject particle) emphasizes the subject. 그 남자가 잘생겼다 "the man" is handsome who is handsome? "the man" is handsome
은/는(topic particle) emphasizes the predicate part 그 남자는 잘생겼다 the man "is handsome" the man is handsome and kind and ..... or (contrast) the man is handsome but he is bad the man is handsome but his friend is not handsome
subject particles and topic particles both refer to the subject but in a sentence with subject particle, the subject is an important part. and the predicate (verb or adjective etc) is an important part in a sentence with topic particle.subject is just topic in this case. the other meaning of topic particle is to contrast the A sentence and B sentence..
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