This paper presents a resultative adverbial approach to Korean resultative constructions (i.e., the [AP-key] constructions) against the null subject analysis in which secondary resultative predicate is a small clause containing PRO. On the basis of the observation that they are morpho-syntactically and semantically distinguished from English resultatives, I propose that some of resultative constructions in Korean can be analyzed as a resultative adverb. The most remarkable semantic feature of a resultative adverb is its capability to employ a local semantic subject. That is, a resultative adverb can have an individual subject separated from the main verb. I argue in this paper that Korean resultative constructions as resultative adverbs must not include any aspectual markers (e.g., –eci). Also, I argue that Korean resultative adverbs can be treated as a Pseudo resultative. After all, Korean resultative constructions cannot be analyzed as a uniform semantic phenomenon.