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Body Parts in Korean

Body Parts In Korean

In this Korean vocabulary lessons you will learn body parts in Korean. On this page, we will teach you 12 words about parts of the body in Korean. Each word has both English and Korean plus audio so you can check the correct pronunciation. Try to read each word out loud and then listen to…
Months In Korean

Months In Korean – Vocabulary Lesson

Learning months in Korean is super easy once you have learned Korean numbers. The word for month in Korean is 월. To say a month of the year in Korean simply add the sino-Korean number for that month before the word 월. For example, January is the first month right? The Korean for number 1…
Days Of The Week In Korean

Days Of The Week In Korean

In this vocabulary lesson, you will learn the days of the week in Korean. You’ll notice the days of the week in Korean all end in 요일 [yo-il] which means ‘day’ in Korean. So, it is quite easy to learn the days of the week because only the first syllable changes. Days Of The Week…
I'm Sorry In Korean

How To Say Sorry In Korean

When visiting Korea, or speaking to Korean friends, there will inevitably come a time when you want to say sorry in Korean. Learning how to apologize in Korean will enable you to say sorry when you make mistakes or do something by accident. In this lesson, you will learn how to say sorry in Korean….
Yes And No In Korean

How To Say Yes and No In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to say yes and no in Korean. These basic Korean words will help you to answer simple questions in Korean. 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, check out our complete…
Korean Onomatopoeia

Fun Korean Onomatopoeia | 의성어 and 의태어

A great way to make your Korean sound more natural is to use Korean onomatopoeia and Korean memetic words. If you’re not familiar with these terms ‘onomatopoeia’ (의성어) means words which imitate a sound and memetic words (의태어) are words which mimic or describe the shape / movement of something. Korean onomatopoeia and memetic words…
Colors In Korean

List Of Colors In Korean

In this vocabulary lesson you will learn the names of colors in Korean. Color in Korean is 색깔 [saek-kkal] and this is sometimes shortened to 색 [saek]. When saying the names of colors in Korean you will add 색 to the color word. For example, red is 빨간색 [bbal-gan-saek] in Korean. Below you will find…
Goodbye In Korean

How To Say Goodbye In Korean

In this lesson you will learn how to say goodbye in Korean. In the previous lesson, we learned several ways to say hello in Korean including 안녕 [an-nyeong], 안녕하세요 [an-nyeong-ha-se-yo], and, 안녕하십니까 [an-nyeong-ha-sim-ni-kka]. Once you know how to say hello in Korean, it’s quite easy to learn how to say goodbye. In this lesson, you…
Hello In Korean

How To Say Hello In Korean

In this lesson, you will learn how to say hello in Korean. Learning how to greet people in Korean and say hello is a great way to appear friendly and respectful when you meet Koreans for the first time. The Korean words in this lesson are written in both Hangul and English. If you’ve not yet learned…