Feelings And Emotions In Korean

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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 to how to say these feelings in Korean.

Feelings and Emotions In Korean – Part 1

Here is a list of 12 feelings and emotions in Korean.

EnglishKoreanPronunciation
to be happy기쁘다 [gi-ppeu-da]
to be sad슬프다 [seul-peu-da]
to be tired피곤하다 [pi-gon-ha-da]
to be scared무섭다 [mu-seop-da]
to be sleepy졸리다 [jol-li-da]
to be angry화나다 [hwa-na-da]
to be bored심심하다 [sim-sim-ha-da]
to be surprised놀랍다 [nol-lap-da]
to be comfortable편하다 [pyeon-ha-da]
to be uncomfortable불편하다 [bul-pyeon-ha-da]
to be jealous 부럽다 [bu-reop-da]
to be lonely외롭다 [woe-rop-da]

Practice Exercise

Try this practice exercise to see how many feelings and emotions in Korean you can remember.

Flashcards and Worksheet

Download flashcards and a printable worksheet to help you learn these feelings and emotions in Korean.

Feelings and Emotions In Korean – Part 2

Here are 12 more feelings and emotions in Korean.

EnglishKoreanAudio
to be thankful고맙다 [go-map-da]
to be sorry미안하다 [mi-an-ha-da]
to love사랑하다 [sa-rang-ha-da]
to hate싫다 [sil-da]
to be proud자랑스럽다
[ja-rang-seu-reop-da]
to be in a good mood기분이 좋다 [gi-bun-i jot-da]
to be in a bad mood기분이 나쁘다 [gi-bun-i nap-ppeu-da]
to be interesting재미있다 [jae-mi-itt-da]
to be uninteresting재미없다 [jae-mi-eop-da]
to be satisfied만족하다 [man-jok-ha-da]
to laugh웃다 [ut-da]
to cry울다 [ul-da]

Flashcards and Worksheet

Download flashcards and a worksheet to learn these feelings and emotions words.