Korean words

How to Say ‘Honey’ in Korean

If you have a Korean boyfriend or girlfriend, then you are going to want to call them by a special name. Terms of endearment can help you feel closer and show your feelings. In English, people often call their partners ‘honey’.

Today, we are going to learn how to say ‘honey’ in Korean. Learn the word for ‘honey’ and help make your relationship even better!

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How to Say ‘Friend’ in Korean

One of the best parts of learning a new language is all the new friends that you can make. Therefore, it’s an excellent idea to know how to say ‘friend’ in Korea! Once you know this word, you will be able to start talking about your friends in Korean.

Let’s talk about how to say the word ‘friend’ in Korean.

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The Word ‘Friend’ in Korean

Friend in Korean

Konglish: The Ultimate List in 2016

What is Konglish?

What if we told you that even if you’ve never studied Korean a day in your life, you already know plenty of words!

How is this possible? Perhaps you were a Korean scholar in your past life? Or maybe your roommate has been secretly teaching you in your sleep.

While those may be possibilities, the more likely scenario is because of a good friend of ours—Konglish!

Kong—WHAT?! Maybe you’ve never heard this word before.

Konglish (Korean: 콩글리쉬) is the Korean version of English words. 

Korean Numbers: The Ultimate Free Guide

How to Say ‘Water’ in Korean

Ready for a quick 5-minute Korean lesson? We hope so, because we’re going to teach you how to say ‘water’ in Korean and get you using it in the next 300 seconds!

This is one of the first words many people learn in Korean, and rightfully so as it’s part of the 500 most commonly used nouns in Korean. The best part is, it’s easy to learn.

In this quick lesson, we’ll give you ways to memorize the new vocabulary word, start recognizing it in sentences and even get you to the point where you’re able to ask for water in a restaurant.

Let’s do it!

How to Say ‘Korea’ in Korean

Get ready to learn how to say ‘Korea’ in Korean, because we’re going to teach you how in about 5 minutes flat!

This is one of the first words many people learn in Korean, since it’s used to often when speaking Korean or traveling to Korea. It comes up time and time again.

In this short lesson, we’ll get you using the word and some other forms of it. We’re going to teach you how to say ‘Korea’ in Korean and as a bonus, we’ll give you some sample sentences, and give you ideas for how to remember it easily.

Let’s get right into it.

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‘Korea’ in Korean

The way to say ‘Korea’ in Korean is 한국 (hanguk). Just two syllables! Take a look at how it’s written in Korean and get a feel for its pronunciation:

How to Say ‘It’s Delicious’ in Korean

One of the best things about being in Korea is the food. Whether you are at a barbecue restaurant or trying out some snacks from a stall on the street, you are sure to want to know how to say ‘it’s delicious’ in Korean.

Ready? Here’s a quick rundown of how to say ‘it’s delicious’ in Korean so you can do just that!

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‘Delicious’ in Korean

It is delicious

The word ‘delicious’ is made up of the word 맛 (mat), meaning ‘taste’, and the verb 있다 (ittda), which means “to exist.” These are combined to make the word 맛있다 (mashittda) which literally means “taste exists”, but actually means “delicious.”

How to Say ‘Happy New Year’ in Korean

Ready to try out your Korean skills while you bring in the new year? We’ll show you how!

Before we get into that, a few important things to go over related to New Year’s in Korea.

Firstly, Korea has two New Year celebrations. On January 1st, there is the celebration of the Solar New Year, 신정 (Sin-jeong). That is the celebration covered in this article.

However, in late January or early February, Koreans celebrate the Lunar New Year, 구정 (Gu-jeong), by having a large holiday known as 설날 (Seollal). During Seollal, people usually visit their hometown, eat 떡국 (Ddeok-gook) with their families, and visit their ancestors’ graves.

During the Solar New Year, people often spent time with their friends. In Central Seoul on New Year’s Eve, many people gather to hear the ringing of the bell in Jongno on the stroke of midnight.

20 Enlightening Korean Proverbs and Sayings

Looking for inspiration? You’ve come to the right place!

Ancestors have passed down their wisdom in Korea for centuries through their traditional Korean proverbs, and over the years Korean sayings and idiomatic expressions which have links to Western adages have come into common use.

Korean Vocabulary Words for New Year’s Day 2016


Happy New Year!

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