posted by rfvv .
1. I like kimchi mild.
(What is the part of speech of 'mild'? Is 'mild' an objective complement?)
2. It touches rough.
3. It feels rough.
(Are both the same in meaning?)
I would phrase #1 this way: I like my kimchi mild. OR I like mild kimchi.
"Mild" is an adjective, whether it's before or after the direct object. An objective complement needs to be a noun.
#2 is incorrect and not used at all.
#3 is correct.