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Cell Phone In Korean

“Cell Phone” In Korean And Related Expressions

These days almost everyone, especially in Korea, has a cell phone and so Korean learners can certainly benefit by learning how to say “Cell Phone” in Korean. In this short lesson, you will learn how to say “cell phone” in Korean and useful expressions you can use while using and talking on a mobile phone…
How old are you? in Korean

How To Ask And Answer ‘How Old Are You?’ In Korean

In Korean culture, age is very important. As such, there are many situations in which you might want to ask ‘How old are you?’ in Korean. In this lesson, you will learn how to ask someone’s age in Korean and how to ask and answer ‘How old are you?’. The particular expression you use depends…
I don't understand in Korean

5 Ways To Say ‘I Don’t Understand’ In Korean

“I don’t understand” in Korean is an essential phrase that all Korean learners need to know. Whether you’re a beginner Korean language learner, or whether you are practically fluent in Korean, there will inevitably be times when conversing in Korean where you don’t understand what the other person is saying. In this Korean lesson, we…
I don't Know In Korean

6 Ways To Say ‘I Don’t Know’ In Korean

When speaking in Korean, there will inevitably be times when you don’t know something and want to say “I don’t know” in Korean. Learning how to say “I don’t know” can be incredibly useful for Korean learners. In this lesson, you will learn 6 different ways how to say ‘I don’t know’ in Korean including…
Aigoo meaning

Aigoo Meaning In Korean (아이고)

Want to know what the Korean word aigoo (아이고) means? If you live in Korea or watch a lot of Korean dramas, you have probably heard this word ‘aigoo’ a lot and wondered what it means. In this short lesson, we will explain the meaning of aigoo (아이고) and how to use this expression when…
See You Later In Korean

5 Ways To Say See You Later In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to say “See you later” in Korean. This is a very common question Korean learners ask because when they know they will see a person again, they want to say “See you later” rather than “Goodbye“. There are many ways to say “See you later” in Korean, and…
What's Wrong In Korean

How To Say ‘What’s Wrong?’ In Korean

When you see a Korean friend and they look sad or upset, you will probably want to ask ‘What’s wrong?’, right? In this lesson, you will learn how to say ‘What’s wrong?’ in Korean. You will also learn other related expressions you can use when you want to say ‘What’s wrong?’, ‘What’s the matter?’ in…
Where Are You From In Korean

Where Are You From In Korean

Learning how to ask and answer ‘Where are you from?’ in Korean is essential for Korean language learners. One of the most common questions foreigners get asked when visiting Korea is ‘Where are you from?’. In this lesson, you will learn how to say ‘Where are you from’ in Korean and how to answer this…
You're Welcome In Korean

The Right Way To Say You’re Welcome In Korean

A question our Korean teachers get asked a lot is “How do you say you’re welcome in Korean?“. If you look up ‘you’re welcome’ in a Korean dictionary, or type it into a translation app, you will probably be told that ‘you’re welcome’ in Korean is 천만에요 [cheon-ma-ne-yo]. While this expression can function as you’re…
List Of Korean Names

List Of Korean Names | Popular Male And Female Korean Names

Want to make your own Korean name? Then check out this list of Korean names. Choosing a Korean name for yourself can help you feel more connected with Korean culture and can also help with day to day things if you are living in Korea. Coming up with a Korean name, however, can be difficult….
Good Morning In Korean

Do Koreans Say ‘Good Morning’?

Many Korean language learners who live and work in Korean, or have Korean friends, want to know how to say good morning in Korean. In English, it is very common to say good morning to greet someone when you first see them at the start of the day. But do Koreans say good morning? Although…
Congratulations In Korean

How To Say Congratulations In Korean

There are many instances in which you might want to say congratulations in Korean. You may want to congratulate someone in Korean at their graduation or when they pass a test. Or perhaps you want to congratulate a Korean friend on their birthday, when they get married, or when they have a baby. Luckily, learning…
Money in Korean

Money In Korean – How To Count Korean Money

If you are learning Korean or intend to visit Korea, learning about money in Korean is essential. When visiting stores, restaurants, coffee shops, buying train/bus tickets, etc, you will inevitably have to talk about price and how much things cost. To do so, you need to know about money in Korean and how to count…
Korean YouTube Channels For Learning Korean

5 Fantastic Korean YouTube Channels For Learning Korean In 2021

Subscribing to Korean YouTube channels for learning Korean is a fantastic way to learn new vocabulary and expressions, and to improve your overall Korean language skills. When learning any new language it is important to listen to a wide variety of real, authentic communication in that language. Of course, when learning Korean it would be…
What Does Seonbae mean? 선배

What Does Seonbae (선배) Mean?

If you study or work in Korea, or if you watch Korean dramas, you have probably heard some people address others as 선배 (Seonbae) in Korean. If you’re wondering “What does Seonbae mean?”, then you’re not alone. Our Korean teachers are asked about the meaning of Seonbae all the time. So, What does Seonbae (선배)…
Merry Christmas In Korean

10 Ways To Say Merry Christmas In Korean

Tis the season for Christmas greetings! With Christmas just around the corner, many Korean learners want to know how to say Merry Christmas in Korean so that they can wish their Korean friends and family a Merry Christmas. In this post, we will teach you 10 different ways to say Merry Christmas in Korean and…
When To use Sino and native Korean Numbers

When To Use Sino And Native Korean Numbers

As you may be aware, Korean has two number systems. Sino-Korean numbers and native Korean numbers. These different number systems are used in different situations when speaking in Korean. It can be a little confusing for Korean learners to know when to use Sino and native Korean numbers. In this post, you will learn when…
How To Write The Date In Korean

How To Write The Date In Korean | Korean Date Format

When learning Korean, there will inevitably come a time when you need to write the date in Korean. As you’re probably aware, different countries around the world write the date in different formats, and Korea is no different. In this post, we will teach you how to write the date in Korean and the correct…
What Koreans Say Before Eating

What Koreans Say Before Eating

If you know anything about Korea, you know that eating is a huge part of Korean culture and life in Korea. Eating is often a shared experience with family or friends where people would share a table and share food. Unlike in western culture where each person would just get a plate of food, in…