In this study, we found the following points from the comparative study of "~tekuru" in Japanese and Korean.
First, The Korean language that responds to the "Movement verbs+tekuru" form of Japanese is in most cases a "~oda" type of compound verb. Second, in the case of a "Non-movement verbs+tekuru" type, the "~go oda" usually responds when it indicates the progress of the action and action in sequence or when the movement is in progress. Third, in the case of a "Non-movement verbs+tekuru" type, the "~eo oda" usually responds when indicating how to act and act. Fourth, When the verbs of perception/sensitivity, change, appearance/occurrence come before "~tekuru" in Japanese language, the Korean language mainly responds with a singl e verb corresponding to the verb that precedes" ~tekuru".
Finally, When the "Non-volitional verb" and "~kunaru/~ninaru" come before "~tekuru" in Ja panese, Korean forms are more corresponded to "~eo jida, ~gi sijaghada, ~ge deoda" tha n "~eo oda".