Hi Korean speakers. I've been reading a book on cognitive science and I came across an interesting discussion of Korean prepositions. First allow me to quote a brief paragraph. "In English, the prepositions such as ‘on’ or ‘in’ are used in reference to two touching objects. In Korean, objects are also said to fit loosely or tightly together. " My question is, what are those two prepositions, or words, presumably in Korean? If my memory serves, one of the words seem to begin with k, kiita maybe. Doesn't ring a bell. Could you please shed more light on this for me. Two examples of Korean sentences showing contrast with English transliteration is of great help. I will learn them word by word. Thank y'all in advance!