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  • How To Say ‘China’ In Korean

    Besides South Korea and Japan, the other East Asian powerhouse that will often come up in conversations is none other than China. For that reason, among many others, we’re adding how to say the word ‘China’ to your expanding list of Korean vocabulary!

    Keep reading and you’ll finally learn how to say ‘China’ in Korean. Are you ready to learn a new word today? If so, then let’s go!

     

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  • How To Say ‘Snow’ In Korean

    It’s winter again, and when you look out the window, you see white powdery flakes falling from the sky. You’re excited that it’s snowing and wish to tell your Korean friends all about it. But, you find yourself flinching. Perhaps you don’t yet know how to say ‘snow’ in Korean. Maybe you’ve forgotten what the word for snow in Korean is and need a refresher. Or maybe you just need reassurance that the word for ‘snow’ in Korean you think is correct is indeed the right one.

    Whatever reason brought you here, you’re in luck! In this lesson we will cover how to say ‘snow’ in Korean, let’s get to it!

     

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  • How To Say ‘Japan’ In Korean

    A question you might come across a lot when conversing with Koreans is which countries you have been to before. For that reason, and many others, learning country names in Korean is another great addition to your vocabulary!

    In today’s lesson we’ll learn how to say ‘Japan’ in Korean. After all, it’s the country neighboring Korea, and you’re likely to visit it a few times while staying in Korea if you like to travel. Not only that, it’s a good word to know when making friends from other countries in Korea or when you’re discussing the different languages in the world. Let’s get learning!

     

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  • How To Say ‘Ouch’ In Korean

    Ouch! You cut your finger while chopping onions. Ouch! You hit your toe on the bathroom door. Ouch! You bump into someone’s heavy bag on the street.

    These are all incidences you may come across in your daily life and often when they happen, you can’t help but involuntarily exclaim “Ouch!” to the sting of pain.

    So wouldn’t it be fun to add to your Korean vocabulary with the knowledge of how to say ‘ouch’ in Korean? Your Korean friends would surely be impressed to hear you say ‘ouch!’ in Korean next time you hit your hip on the table! So this is what will be covered in today’s lesson!

     

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  • How To Say ‘Music’ In Korean

    In every shop and restaurant you go to, and in every TV or movie you watch, you hear some sort of music being played. Many people love to listen to music on their phones or iPods while on their commute, or on the radio when driving, or on the stereo at home. Not to mention how K-pop has became a worldwide sensation. In other words, music is a big part of most people’s lives.

     

    Thus, learning how to say ‘music’ in Korean will likely be a good enhancement to your Korean vocabulary. Today you’ll learn just that!

     

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  • How To Say ‘Fish’ In Korean

    Some of the most fun vocabulary to learn in languages is what animals, and the sounds they make, are called. Even more fun, or at least convenient and practical, is learning what to call the animals you are accustomed to seeing as food.

    In today’s lesson, we’ll go over how to say ‘fish’ in Korean. Are you ready? Let’s get learning!

     

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    ‘Fish’ in Korean

    fish in the sea


  • How To Say ‘Head’ In Korean

    Early into learning Korean, you may learn the words for eyes, lips, nose, mouth, and even ears in Korean. But do you yet know how to say ‘head’ in Korean? If the answer is ‘no’, this is the lesson for you! Keep reading because today we’ll learn the ways how to say ‘head’ in Korean!

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  • How To Say ‘Tree’ In Korean

    It’s a nice day outside, so you decide to go out for a walk in the forest. You look around and see trees to your left, trees to your right, trees behind you and trees in front of you. Having recently been caught up in studying Korean, your mind immediately begins to ask you how to say ‘tree’ in Korean. Perhaps you already know it? If not, then this is the lesson to read!

     

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    ‘Tree’ in Korean

    Palm trees


  • How To Say ‘Bag’ In Korean

    You’re about to head out the door, and you’ve got your clothes and shoes on, but what’s missing? Where will you keep your phone, wallet, and other things you need while you’re out? A bag of course!

     

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    ‘Bag’ in Korean

    Fashionable Girls With Bags Handbags On Red Couch


  • How To Say ‘Apple’ In Korean

    You’re probably accustomed to eating them on a daily basis, but do you already know how to list all your favorite fruits in Korean? What banana is in Korean? How about pineapple?

    In this lesson, we will go over how to say ‘apple’ in Korean. After all, it is highly likely to be one of your staple fruits to eat. You may also want to let us know which other fruits you wish to learn next!

     

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    ‘Apple’ in Korean

    Many Red Apples


 

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