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Countries In Korean

Countries In Korean | Country Names In Korean

In this vocabulary lesson for beginners, you will learn countries in Korean. Below you will learn 12 names of countries in Korean. To learn these countries in Korean, first, try to read each word out loud. Then listen to the audio to check the correct pronunciation. Once you have practiced enough, try the practice exercises…
Classroom Korean

Classroom Korean | 30 Useful Classroom Korean Expressions

Whether you’re learning Korean in a classroom, or you are a teacher teaching Korean students, learning classroom Korean can be incredibly useful. If you’re learning Korean in a classroom, by learning classroom Korean expressions you’ll be able to understand you’re Korean teacher’s instructions and follow along with the lesson better. Or if you’re teaching English…
I Love You In Korean

How To Say ‘I Love You’ In Korean

Being able to say “I love you” in Korean is important for many Korean language learners. Maybe you want to tell a special someone “I love you” in Korean to let them know you have romantic feelings for them. Maybe you want to tell your favorite Kpop star that you love them in Korean. Or…
Korean Listening Practice

15 Fun Korean Listening Practice Exercises

Being able to listen to and comprehend Korean speakers is one of the most important skills to master when studying Korean. That’s where Korean listening practice exercises come in. Many Korean language learners focus a lot on reading and speaking Korean. However, without regularly listening to real Korean speakers, a Korean learner is unlikely to…
What In Korean

The 6 Different Ways To Say ‘What’ In Korean

When learning Korean, most beginners learn that ‘what’ in Korean is 뭐 [mweo]. While this is correct, there are in fact many different ways to say ‘what’ in Korean. The particular word you use for ‘what’ in Korean depends on the particular sentence you are making. In English, when saying sentences like ‘What’s this?’, ‘What…
Korean Daily Routine Vocabulary

Korean Daily Routine Vocabulary

In this Korean vocabulary lesson, you will learn 15 verbs about daily routine in Korean. Daily routine in Korean is 하루 일과. You will learn Korean daily routine vocabulary 5 words at a time. You will see the verb stem and some common ways to conjugate that verb. Then you will watch a video to…
House Chores In Korean

House Chores In Korean | Useful Vocabulary

In this Korean vocabulary lesson, you will learn 10 verbs about house chores in Korean. House chores in Korean are known as 집안일. You will learn 5 Korean verbs about housework at a time. You will see the verb stem and some common ways to conjugate that verb. Then you will watch a video to…
How In Korean

6 Ways To Say ‘How’ In Korean

When learning Korean, most beginners learn that ‘how’ in Korean is 어떻게. While this is correct, there are in fact many different ways to say ‘how’ in Korean. Knowing which word for ‘how’ to use can be confusing and it is easy to make mistakes. In English, when saying sentences like ‘How much is it?’…
Korean Verbs For Beginners

100 Korean Verbs For Beginners

Learning the most common Korean verbs will drastically improve your ability to make Korean sentences and communicate effectively in Korean. On this page, you can find a list of 100 most common Korean verbs for beginners. These 100 Korean verbs for beginners are divided into 10 sections, each with 10 different Korean verbs to learn….
Please Give Me In Korean

How To Say Please Give Me In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to say ‘Please give me’ in Korean. This useful expression can be used in many situations to ask for things in a polite way. The Korean words in this lesson are written in both Hangul and English. If you’ve not yet learned how to read the Korean alphabet,…
Have and Don't have in Korean

How To Say ‘Have’ and ‘Don’t Have’ In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to say ‘have’ and ‘don’t have’ in Korean. The Korean words for ‘have’ and ‘don’t have’ can also be used to express ‘there is’ and ‘there isn’t’, meaning that something does or doesn’t exist. The Korean words in this lesson are written in both Hangul and English. If…
This and That in Korean

This and That In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to say ‘this’ and ‘that’ in Korean. Just like in English, ‘this’ is used to refer to something close to you, and ‘that’ is used for something far away from you. In Korean, however, there are different words for ‘that’ depending on whether the object you are referring…
Clothes In Korean

Clothes In Korean

Learn Korean words about clothes with this Korean vocabulary lesson. On this page we will teach you 12 new Korean words to help you learn the words for clothes in Korean. Try to read each word out loud and then listen to the audio to check the correct pronunciation. Once you have practiced enough, try…
How much is it in Korean

How To Say ‘How Much Is It?’ In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to ask and answer ‘How much is it?’ in Korean. By learning this expression you will be able to ask the price of things in Korean, which is essential if you ever plan on visiting Korea or purchasing something in Korean won. Related: How To Count Korean Money…
What is it in Korean

How To Say ‘What is it?’ In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to ask and answer ‘What is it?’ in Korean. You’ll also learn an important Korean ending which will allow you to say things like ‘It’s a book.’ ‘It’s water.’, etc. The Korean words in this lesson are written in both Hangul and English. If you’ve not yet learned…
Feelings and emotions In Korean

Feelings And Emotions In Korean

In this vocabulary lesson, you will learn about feelings and emotions in Korean. On this page, you will find a list of feelings and emotions in Korean and some printable resources to help you learn these Korean words. Each feeling below has both Korean words and the English translation, plus audio so you can listen…
Thank You In Korean - Lesson

How To Say Thank You In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to say thank you in Korean. Learning how to say thank you in Korean is essential if you want to sound polite and respectful when speaking to Korean people. In this lesson, we will teach you the most common ways to say thank you in Korean. You will learn…
What does Jagiya Mean?

What Does Jagiya Mean (자기야)?

If you live in Korea or watch a lot of Korean dramas you may hear the word ‘Jagiya’ (자기야) a lot and wondered what it means. Jagiya (자기야) is an affectionate way to call your boyfriend or girlfriend. Jagiya is similar to ‘honey’, ‘darling’, baby’ in English. Both married and unmarried couples can call each…
Korean Family Members

Members Of The Family In Korean

In this Korean vocabulary lesson, you will learn Korean words to do with members of the family. The word for family in Korean is 가족 [Ga-jok]. Family is very important in Korea and the way Koreans call their family members is a little different from the way English speakers refer to members of the family….
Parts Of The Face In Korean

Parts Of The Face

In this Korean vocabulary lessons you will learn Korean words to do with parts of the face. The words for face in Korean is 얼굴. On this page we will teach you 12 words about the face in Korean. Each word has both English and Korean plus audio so you can check the correct pronunciation….