Learn The Days Of The Week In Korean (Free PDF Included)

Days Of The Week In Korean

If you want to learn the days of the week in Korean, then you’ve come to the right place. Learning the days of the week in Korean can be incredibly useful, especially when you want to make an appointment or talk about your daily routine.

Below you’ll find the names of the days of the week in Korean together with the English romanization, just in case you’ve not learned how to read the Korean alphabet yet. We’ve also included audio so you can learn how to pronounce the days of the week and a free PDF to help you study these new words at your own pace.

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The Days Of The Week In Korean

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The days of the week in Korean are 월요일 [weol-yo-il] (Monday), 화요일 [hwa-yo-il] (Tuesday), 수요일 [su-yo-il] (Wednesday), 목요일 [mok-yo-il] (Thursday), 금요일 [geum-yo-il] (Friday), 토요일 [to-yo-il] (Saturday), and 일요일 [il-yo-il] (Sunday).

As you can see, 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.

In the table below, you’ll find the days of the week with audio to help you learn how to pronounce the days of the week in Korean. Try to read each word out loud and then play the audio to check the pronunciation. Once you’ve practiced enough, try the practice exercise below to help you memorize the days of the week.

EnglishKoreanAudio
Monday월요일 [weol-yo-il]
Tuesday화요일 [hwa-yo-il]
Wednesday수요일 [su-yo-il]
Thursday목요일 [mok-yo-il]
Friday금요일 [geum-yo-il]
Saturday토요일 [to-yo-il]
Sunday일요일 [il-yo-il]

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Days of the Week In Korean

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