Monday, February 15, 2010
A picture I took yesterday shows what drivers see on the road when going through a school zone:
This one's very easy, and simply says
lit. school-front slowly, or "go slowly in/when in front of the school". Just saying 학교앞 천천히 alone won't do in conversation of course. If you want to tell somebody to go slowly in front of the school, you'd have to use a full sentence like 학교앞에서 천천히 가주세요 / 운전하세요 (please go/drive slowly in front of the school).