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In this article, we will cover some of the most common Korean words that are related to family time and daily life.

Most common Korean words/ Family in Korean

EnglishKoreanpronunciation
Mom (informal)엄마eomma
Mother (formal)어머니eomeoni
Dad (informal)아빠appa
Father (formal)아버지abeoji
Old sister – if you are male누나nuna
Old sister – if you are female언니eonni
Old brother – if you are malehyeong
Old brother – if you are female오빠oppa
younger sibling동생dongsaeng
Younger brother남동생namdongsaeng
Younger sister여동생yeodongsaeng
brothers형제hyungjae
sisters자매Jamae
brother and sister남매Nammae
husband남편Nampyeon
wife아내Anae
married couple부부Bubu
Son아들Adul
Daughtertal
Twins쌍둥이sangdungi
Triplets세 쌍둥이se – sangdungi
Daughter in law며느리, 자부myanuri, chhabu
Uncle삼촌samchon
Aunt이모imo
Grandfather할아버지hal-abeoji
Grandmother할머니halmeoni
family가족gajog

Most common Korean words (Love in Korean)

Love in Korean – 사랑

EnglishKoreanPronunciation
Human사람saram
Love사랑sarang
First love첫사랑cheotsarang
Secret crush짝사랑jjaksarang
Secret crush짝사랑jjaksarang
Boy남자namja
Girl여자yeoja
Friend친구chingu
Boyfriend남자친구namjachingu
Girlfriend여자친구yeojachingu
Love triangle삼각관계samgakgwangye
Date데이트deiteu
Blind date소개팅sogaeting
Couple커플keopeul
marriage결혼gyeolhon
Love letter연애편지yeonaepyeonji
Drama드라마deurama
Actor배우baeu
Actress여배우yeobaeu
Hate싫어Sirh
Hide감추다gamchhuda
Help도와주다, 도움Thowa juda, Thowum
Director감독Khamdok
Film영화yenghwa

Most common Korean words list/ Time in Korean

EnglishKoreanPronunciation
When언제anje
Now지금chigum
Now이제ije
Present tense,now현재hyanje
Soon, At oncekot
Sometimes때때로tetero
Some time언젠가anjenga
That time그때khute
Never결코khyalkho
Yet아직ajik
still아직ajik
here여기yagi
there거기khagi
over there저기chagi
once한번han beon
twice두번du beon
often자주chhaju
continuously계속khyesok
alwaysnul
sometimes가끔khakum
occasionally때때로tetero
occasionally종종chhong chhong
very아주aju
wellchhal
very대단히thedanhi
perfectly완전히wanjeonhi
very much굉장히khwengjanghi
단순히simplydansunhi
very매우mewu
very상당히sangdamhi
too너무neomu
moretheo
lesstheol
enormously엄청eomchhong
불과onlybulgwa
The first제일cheil
at random마구magu
absolutely절대로chheoltero
as many as무려murya
how much얼마나eolmana
how many몇이나myeotina
which어느eonu
who누가nuga
where어디서eodisa
how어떻게eoteohke
when언제anje
what무엇을muwaswul
whywowe

Most common Korean words – Body parts in Korean

The body is 몸, 신체 in Korean. Watch this video to learn BODY PARTS  IN KOREAN.

External Body Parts

EnglishKoreanPronunciation
Body Parts신체 부분SINCHHE FUBUN
skin피부, 살갗FIBU, SALKAT
body신체/몸SINCHHE/ MOM
head머리MEORI
hair머리카락MEORIKHARAK
face얼굴EOLGUL
dimple보조개FOCHHOGE
forehead이마IMA
eyeNUN
eyebrow눈썹NUN SEOP
eyelid눈꺼풀NUN KEOPUL
eyelashes속눈썹SOK NUN SEOP
pupil눈동자NUN DONGJA
earKHUI
cheek볼 / 뺨POL/ PYAM
noseKHO
nostrils콧구멍KHOT KHUMANG
mouthIP
tooth이, 이빨I/ IPAL
lips입술IPsol
gum잇몸Itmom
tonguehyeo
chinTheok
Neck – 목 – MOKThroat – 목구멍, 목, 목이MOK KHUMEONG
shoulder어깨EOKKE
breast가슴KHASUM
breast유방YUBANG
backDUNG
abdomenFE
navel배꼽FEKOP
waist허리HEORI
buttocks엉덩이EONGDEONGI
VaginaCHHIL
Penis음경/자지
UMGYEONG/ CHHAJI
handSON
armFAL
wrist팔목FAL MOK
wrist손목SON MOK
elbow팔꿈치FAL KUMCHHI
palm (hand )손바닥SON FADAK
fist주먹CHHUMAK
finger손가락SONKHARAK
thumb엄지EOMJI
index finger검지GEOMJI
ring finger약지YAKJI
fingernail손톱SONTHOP
armpit겨드랑이KHYEODURANGI
leg다리DARI
thigh허벅지HEOBOKJI
knee무릎MURUF
footFAL
Claw발톱FALTHOP
ankle발목FALMOK
toenail발톱FALTHOP
heel뒤꿈치DUIKUMCHHI
Toe발가락FALKHARAK

Hand in Korean  – 손
L
eg in Korean  – 다리

Eyes in Korean  – 눈

Cheek in Korean  – 볼, 뺨

Internal Body Parts

brain 뇌NOI
heart 심장SIMJANG
Artery        혈관HYEOLGWAN
liver          간KHAN
lungs 폐FYE
muscles 근육KHUNYUK
bone 뼈PYEO
stomach 위UI
appendix 맹장MENGJANG
kidney 콩팥KHONGPATH
pancreas 췌장 CHHUEJANG
bowels 장JANG
womb 자궁CHHAGUNG
anus         항문 HANGMUN

 

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Medical terms in Korean

Hospital interpreter Korean to English Sometimes we get sick and need to talk with Doctor. It’s a very difficult condition if we live in a Foreign country and we don’t know that country’s language. So This chapter can help you to properly communicate with a doctor in the Korean Language. This online Korean class helps you to Learn medical words in Korean Language and you don’t need a medical translator in Korea.

Female doctor in Korean – 여의사

surgeon in Korean – 외과 의사

Hospital in Korean 병원

Nurse in Korean -간호사

Brain stroke in Korean – 뇌졸중

Professor in Korean – 교수

Hospital departments in Korean – 병원 부서

 Disease or illness in Korean 질환 jilhwan

 Pharmacy in Korean 약국 yakguk

seonsaengnim – a romanized form of teacher/선생 which is used for doctor also 의사 선생님

My back hurts in Korean – 요통 있어요., 허리가 아파요., 등뼈 아파요.

Are you in pain in Korean – 아프냐? ,  많이 아프니? , 아프세요? , 아파요.

감기 

(gamgi) – ” cold”. 

감기에 걸리다 (gamgie geollida) / 감기 걸리다 (gamgi geollida) It Means “to catch a cold” 감기 걸렸어요.

I have (caught) a cold. 기침약 means cough syrup

 

두통

 (dutong) 두 (du) means “head” and 통 (tong) means “pain”. So it means “headache”. 

머리가 아파요 (meoliga apayo) also means a headache.

You can use 두통이 있어요 (dutong-i iss-eoyo) but 머리가 아파요 (meoliga apayo) can be a more general term.

 

 장염 

(jang-yeom) Enteritis 장 (jang) means “intestine” and 염 (yeom) means “infection” or “inflammation”. So, 장 (jang) 염 (yeom) “intestine infection” or “intestine inflammation”.

 

설사 

(seolsa), diarrhea 설사를 해요. Sulsareul haeyo. I have diarrhea.

 

 숙취

 (sugchwi) it means “hangover” 숙 (sug) means “accommodation” or “to stay” and 취 (chwi) means “drunk” or “drunkness”.

 비염

 (biyeom) Rhinitis 비 (bi) in this case, not always, just, in this case, it means “nose” in hanja Chinese characters used in Korea 염 (yeom) is infection or inflammation. 비염이 있어요 (biyeom-i iss-eoyo) You have rhinitis.

Korean Medical Vocabulary

Here is a list of Korean Medical Words with pronunciations.

EnglishKoreanPronunciation
doctor의사uisa
nurse간호사ganhosa
injection주사jusa
pharmacist약사yaksa
medicineyak
cancer 암 Aam
cough 기침 gichim
flu 독감 dokgam
tumor 종양 jongyang
vomiting 구토guto
paralysis 마비mabi
poisoning 중독jungdok
toothache 치통chitong
stomachache 복통 boktong
constipation 변비 byeonbi
jaundice 황달hwangdal
runny nose콧물konmul
high fever고열goyeol
pregnancy임신imsin
childbirth출산chulsan
abortion낙태naktae
operation수술susul
hospitalization입원ibwon
Hospital discharge 퇴원 toewon
diabetes당뇨병dangnyo
sunstroke일사병ilsabyeong
gastric ulcer위궤양wigweyang
syndrome증후군jeunghugun
high blood pressure고혈압gohyeorap
low blood pressure저혈압jeohyeorap
malnutrition영양실조 yeongyangsiljo
death사망 samang 임종 imjong
sicknessbyeong
prescription처방cheobang
dermatology피부과pibugwa
paediatrics소아과soagwa
ultrasound초음파choeumpa
neurology신경과singyeonggwa
consultation room진료실jillyosil
emergency room응급실eunggeupsil
plastic surgery성형외과seonghyeongoegwa
(ear/nose/throat)이비인후과ibiinhugwa

psoriasis in korean word

psoriasis is 건선 (Khansan) in Korean. It is also called 마른버짐. Psoriasis is a chronic skin disease. Psoriasis patients are recognized by scaly dry red skin (red rashes) in joints of limbs, scalp, finger, buttocks. Psoriasis also causes arthritis to patients. There are many types of psoriasis. Oral psoriasis is 구강건선, annular psoriasis is 고리건선/ 고리건선 and generalized psoriasis is 전신건선 in Korean.

 

Most common Korean Phrases

내 친구가 정신질환 있습니다. My friend has a mental illness.

나의 어머니는 병원에서 밤일을 하셨다. My mother worked nights in a hospital. 

가는 길에 약국이 있나요?  Is there a pharmacy on the way? 

그는 치료를 받으러 병원에 가야[다녀야] 했다.  He had to go to the hospital for treatment.

그는 아직 병원에 있다. He’s still in (the) hospital.

I went to the pharmacy and bought some medicine. 약국 가서 약좀 샀어.

아팠어요. It was sick

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Korean-phrases-sentences complete list

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complete list of Korean-phrases-sentences

In this lesson, you will learn more than 500 Korean phrases and sentences. Korean-phrases-sentences complete list.

Korean phrases & sentences

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Korean phrases – sentence

Korean-phrases-sentences list 1

ENGLISHKOREANPRONUNCIATION
That’s good news.그거 반가운 소식이군요KHUGAN PHANGAUN SOSIK INGUNYO.
Have it a lot. (meal) Have a great meal.많이 드세요Man-hee deu-se-yo
The mechanic fixed the car.그 기술자는 차를 고쳤다khu kisulchha nun cha rul kochhyeotta.
How much does it cost? How much is it?얼마예요Eol-ma-ye-yo?
Let him do as he wants to do.그가 원하는 대로 하게 내버려 두세요khuga won haneondero hage nebeorya duseyo.
Did you eat rice./ How are you.밥 먹었어요?Fap meo-geo-seo-yo?
Desire success성공을 갈망하다seongkhongul khalmang hada
You dislike me!너 나 싫잖아!neo na sireo cheona.
I will eat deliciously.잘 먹겠습니다Jal meok-ge-sseum-ni-da
Make me laugh.웃겨줘요.ukya jo.
Make you laugh?웃겨줘?ukyajo?
Excuse me./Just a moment.잠시만요Jam-shi-man-yo.
Don’t laugh웃지 마!utchi ma
You want me to laugh?웃어라고?useorago?
It was a delicious meal.잘 먹었습니다Jal meo-geo-sseum-ni-da
Beautiful아름다워요.Arumdawayo
Where is the…?어디예요Eo-di-ye-yo…?
Where are you?어디니? 어딨죠?Eodi ni? Eo di chyo?
Where do you live?어디 사세요?Eodi saseyo?
I love you.사랑해Sa-rang-hae
I hate you.미워~Miweo
Please give me… Give me주세요… ju-se-yo
I hate this!싫어!sirh
Bye / Go in peace.가세요Ga-se-yo
You can do it!화이팅Hwa-it-ting

Korean sentences list 2

ENGLISHKOREANPRONUNCIATION
YesUNG
Yes네, 그래, 맞아[그래]NE, KHURE, MAJA
no아니ANI
no아니요, 안 돼ANIYO ANDWE
Please제발CHHEBAL
Okay그래KHURE
I like it.좋아CHHOHA
See you next time! See you!다음에 봐THAUME PHWA
. See you tomorrow내일 봐NEIL PHWA
What time is it?몇 시야?MYAT SI YA
What time is it?지금 몇 시야? 지금 몇 시예요? 지금 몇 시죠? 지금 몇 시입니까?CHIGUM MYET SI YA? CHIGUM MYAT SI YEYO? CHIGUM MYAT SI CHYO? CHIGEOM MYAT SI IMNIKA?
I don’t like it.싫어.SIRH
Nice to meet you.만나서 반갑습니다, 반갑다, 반갑습니다.MANNAS PHANGAPSUMNIDA PHANGAPTA PHANGAPSUMNIDA
Nice to meet you.만나서 반가워.MANNAS PHANGAWO
~ Bye~안녕히 계세요, 가세요.ANNYANGHI KHASEYO KHASEYO
~ Bye~잘 가CHHAL KHA
Thank you고마워 + (요)KHOMAWO + YO
Thank you고맙습니다, 감사합니다KHOMAPSUMNIDA, KHAMSAHAMNIDA
You’re welcome.아니야, 아니에요ANIYA, ANIYEYO
You’re welcome.천만에요.CHHEONMANYO
My name is [ ]내 이름은 { …..} (이) 야.NE IRUMUN… EE YA
Really?진짜?CHHINCHA?
WhyWOYE
Of course.당연하지, 당연히, 물론THANGYENHAJI THANGYENHI MULLON

Korean phrases and sentences list 3

EnglishEnglish to KoreanPronunciation
Greeting, Bow인사INSA
Hi and Bye안녕ANNYENG
Hello (on physical conversation)안녕하세요ANNYENGHASEYO
Hello ( on phone)여보세요YEBOSEYO
good afternoon안녕하세요, 오후 인사.ANNYENG HASEYO OHU INSA
good evening안녕하세요, 저녁인사 합니다.ANNYENG HASEYO CHHEONYAK INSA HAMNIDA.
Good Morning, Your grace.안녕하십니까ANNYEG HASIMNIK
good morning안녕하세요, 좋은 아침, 잘 잤어?ANNYENG HASEYO CHHOHUN ACHHIM CHHAL CHHA
How are you어떻게 지내세요?ATEOKE JINESEYO.
What are you doing?뭐해?MWO HE
What are you doing?뭐 하고 있어? / 있어요?MWO HAGO ISSA? / ISSAYO?
Goodnight잘 자.CHHAL CHHA
Have a sweet dream좋은 꿈 꾸어라! 좋은 꿈 꾸세요!CHHOHUN KUM KUWARA
Happy birthday생일 축하합니다!SENGIL CHUKHA HAMNIDA.
Happy new year새해 복 많이 받으세요!SE HE BOK MANHI FADUSEYO
you did a good job잘 했다!CHHAL HETTA.
you look handsome잘생겼어 너 잘생겼다 잘생겼어요CHHAL SENGYASA NA CHHAL SENGYATTA CHHAL SENGYASSAYO
you look pretty이쁘세요! 예쁘다 얼굴이 예뻐졌어.IPUSEYO YEPUDA ALGURI YEPAJYASSEO.
Best of luck잘있어! 행운을 빈다CHHARIS HENGUNUL PHITTA
Have a good day.즐거운 하루를 보내십시오.CHHULGAUN HARURUL FONESIBSIO.
How are you?잘 지내? 잘지냈어? 잘 있어요? 잘 지냈니? 잘 있었니? 잘 지내고 있어요? 어떻게 지내세요? 안녕하세요?CHHAL JINE? CHHAL JINESSEO? CHHAL ISSAYO? CHHAL JINENI? CHHAL ISSANI? CHHAL JINEGO ISSAYO? EOTEOKE JINESEYO? ANNYENGHASEYO?
I’m sorry.미안해 미안해요.MIANHE. MIANHEYO
I’m sorry.사과 드립니다. 죄송합니다.SAGWA DURIMNIDA. CHHOISONG HAMNIDA.
I don’t understand.이해가 안 가. 이해하지 못하겠습니다. 확실히는 모르겠습니다.IHEGA AN KHA. IHE HEJI MOT HAGESUMNIDA. HWAKSILHINUN MORUGESMIDA.

Basic Korean phrases

  • Annyeonghaseyo in Korean – 안녕하세요 (Good morning, good afternoon, good evening in Korean.)
  • Good afternoon in Korean – 안녕하세요 (오후 인사)
  • Good evening in Korean – 안녕하세요! (저녁 인사)
  • Bye! – 안녕! 
  • See you next week – 다음주에 봐.
  • See you later – 나중에 보자.
  • Have a safe journey – 조심히 들어가요.

khure in Korean

The meaning of 그래 is dependent on the situation in which a speaker is speaking. 그러하다 is a root form of 그래 and 그래 is a 반말 form. It literally means to be like that/ yes/ it is/ that’s right. 네, 그래, 맞아[그래] all have a similar meaning. 그렇습니다 means that’s right. 그래 can only be used to a younger person, family members or close friends.그래요’, ‘네’ is more polite and ‘그래’or ‘응’ is less polite. Let’s see an example-

Person 1: 그래? it is? Person 2: 그래. it is.

A: 내일 가자 let’s go tomorrow B: 그래 yeah (let’s do that/ let’s go)

A: 내일 가는 거 맞죠? B: 그래요 (그러하다)

A: 내일 갈까요? B: 그래요.

그래? Is it true?/ Is that real?

왜 그래? What’s up? (is that anything wrong?/ why what happened?)

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Basic Korean verbs

This is the first part of the Most Basic Korean verbs Series. In this article, you are going to learn the Korean basic words-verbs with their pronunciation. Later you can learn Korean Phrases related to these verbs. These verbs are the most common verbs.

What is a verb?

Verb( 동사) represents the movement, actions or process of the subject, and acts a predicate in a sentence. Verbs are classified into intransitive verbs and transitive verbs depending on the subject that influences its movement and action. Verbs classified into main verbs and auxiliary verbs depending on the function which does in the sentence or classified into regular verbs and irregular verbs according to the types of verbal conjugation.
The most distinctive characteristic of the Korean verbs is that they have various verbal conjugation. Conjugation means the changing form of the verb as various endings are added on the verb stems, and verbs will have new features accordingly. For example-
먹다 to eat
먹 -(stem) + -다(basic form, dictionary ending)
는다 [declarative] final ending
-으면 ([condition] relation connective ending)
었다 ([past] tense prefinal ending)
-으시‐ 다 ([subject honorific] prefinal ending)
– 게 하다 ([causative] ending)
– 게 되다 [passive] ending)
– 지 아니하다 ([negation] ending)
‐ 는(adnominal ending)
– 음(noun ending)

Verbs can represent sentence ending, conjunction, time, aspect, polite-
ness, causative, passive and negation through the verbal conjugation thus, and a way of representing such is very different from English. Also, verbs can be modified by adverbial phrases, and the main verb always comes at the end of a sentence.

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Basic korean vocabulary

hada verbs korean

(hada) 하다 means to do and it is a dictionary form. 하 is the verb stem after erasing 다. Here is a list of how Korean hada verbs are used.

  • Informal low is 해 (He)
  • informal high is 해요 (Heyo)
  • formal low is 한다 (Handa)
  • formal high is 합니다 (Hamnida)
  • informal low is 했어 (Hesuh)
  • informal high is 했어요 (Hesuheoyo)
  • formal low is 했다 (Hetttaa)
  • formal high is 했습니다 (Hessumnida)
  • informal low is 할 거야 (Hal keoya)
  • informal high is 할 거예요 (Hal keoyeyo)
  • formal low is 할 거다 (Hal keoda)
  • formal high is 할 겁니다 (Hal keomnida)

Korean hada verbs table

EnglishKoreanPronunciation
be있다, 존재하다itta, jonchhe-hada
have있다, 가지다itta, khajida
Do하다hada
study공부하다khongbu-hada
to marry결혼하다khyeron-hada
answer대답하다thedapada
visit방문하다phangmun-hada
introduce소개하다soge-hada
reply대답하다thedap- hada
arrive도착하다dochhak hada
To love사랑하다sarang hada
prepare준비하다chunbi hada
compare비교하다phigyo hada
travel여행하다yaheng hada
Choose, pick고르다, 선택하다, 뽑다khoruda, santhek hada, pobda
drive운전하다unjan hada
Confirm확인하다hwakin hada
wish원하다, 바라다won hada, pharada
satisfy만족하다manjok hada
plan계획하다khyeheak hada
depend의존하다wejon hada
See, Look, ask구하다khu hada
fail / Error실패하다silfe hada
Block, obstruct, close막다makda
Neglect, leave방치하다phangchhi hada
Inspect, check점검하다chhamgam hada
To thank감사하다khamsa hada
notice의식하다wesik hada
Face마주하다maju hada
wonder궁금하다kungkum hada
assume, presume, suppose가정하다khajang hada
Discuss, consult의논하다wenohada
Suppose,Think생각하다sengak hada
increase, rise증가하다chhunga hada
apply신청하다sinchhang hada
Describe묘사하다myosa hada
Refuse거절하다khajal hada
warn경고하다khyengo hada
agree with동의하다dongwe hada
estimate, calculate추정하다chhujang hada
add추가하다chhuga hada
remember기억하다kieok hada
suggest제안하다jeaan hada
change변하다phyeon hada
speak말하다mal hada
continue계속하다khyesok hada
expect기대하다kide hada
lose잃다irhda
talk말하다, 이야기하다malhada
decide결심하다khyeolsim hada
Involve수반하다, 포함하다suban hada, foham hada
let놓아두다noha duda
allow허락하다harak hada
offer제공하다chhekong hada
lead인도하다indo hada
understand이해하다ihe hada
pay지불하다chhibul hada
like좋아하다chhoha hada
include포함하다phoham hada
need필요하다firyo hada
mean의미하다wemi hada
start시작하다sijak hada
want원하다won hada
provide , supply, furnish제공하다chhegong hada
work일하다il hada
happen있다, 발생하다itta, falseng hada
use사용하다sayong hada
try노력하다noryak hada
Get, obtain얻다, 입수하다eodda, ipsu hada
set놓다nohda
hold잡다chhabda
know알다alda
seem ~처럼 보이다chharam phoida
put놓다, 두다nohda, duda
make만들다mandulda
leave떠나다teonada
see보다foda
follow따라가다tarakhada
ask묻다mutda
run달리다thallida
give주다juda
look보다foda
find발견하다, 찾다phalgyan hada, chhajda
become되다doida
write쓰다suda
Come오다oda
go가다khada
take가지고 가다khajigo khada
believe믿다mitda
meet만나다maannada
live살다salda
feel느끼다nukkida
help도와주다thowa juda
move움직이다umjikida
cost(값이나 비용이)들다kapsina phiyong ee thulda
remain남다namda
explain설명하다salmyng hada
buy사다saadaa
send보내다phoneda

Korean verbs are divided into two types. They are main verb and auxiliary verb

Main verb and auxiliary verb

Auxiliary verbs(보조동사) refer to verbs that come after the main verb to add aspectual or grammatical meanings to the main verb.

민서는 뉴욕에 가보았다. Minseo has been to Newyork.
가 is the main verb and 보았다 is the auxiliary verb. In this case, ‘보았다 ‐보다 means ‘attempt, experience’, but not to see’. Therefore, ‘가 보았다 ‘ means ‘have been there/have experienced, not ‘something that someone went and saw’.

Auxiliary verbs are accompanied with connective endings such as ‘- 아, 어, 게, 지, 고, 아이야, -기는, 는가, (이)가, (으)ㄹ까’ since they
always come after the main verb. And just like regular verbs, auxiliary verbs can be freely combined with the present-tense prefinal ending, 는 imperative ending – 아/어라 or propositive ending -자’.

아/어 가다/오다, -고 있다/계시다

These verbs are used when some action is in progress 진행.
그는 지금 저녁을 다 먹어 간다. He has almost eaten dinner now.
이제 날이 밝아 온다. Now, the whole sky is bright.
민서는 점심 먹고 있다. Min-Seo is eating lunch.

아/어 버리다

Used to express completion(완료) + Regret(아쉬움)/ Good riddance(속 시원함): -아어 버리다

이제야 빚을 다 갚아 버렸다. I finally paid off my debts.
주식 투자에 실패에서 재산을 다 날려 버렸다. He lost all his fortune in the stock market.

아/어 내다, 고 나다


This term is used to indicate completion(완료) and fulfilment (수행). For example-

드디어 ‘토지’라는 소설을 다 읽어 냈다. I eventually read off the novel Toji(The Land).
저녁을 먹고 나서 우리는 TV를 보았다. We ate our dinner, then we watched television.

아어 놓다/두다

-아어 놓다/두다
This teem is used to show possession(보유) + completion(완료). For example-

준서는 자기가 맡은 일을 잘해 놓았다. Jun-Seo has done his job well.
내 말을 잘 들어 두어라. / You mark what I say.

아어 보다

-아어 보다
This term is used to show experience(경험) and try(시도).
너 한국 김치 먹어 보았니? Have you ever tried Korean food Kimchi?
사랑한다’는 말을 들어 보았습니까? Have you ever heard the expression “I love you”?

아어 주다(드리다)

-아어 주다(드리다)
This term is used when offering some kind of help(도움) and service(봉사).

민서는 나를 위해 문을 열어 주었다. Min-Seo opened the door for me.
나는 어머니가 저녁 준비를 하는 것을 도와 드렸습니다. I helped my mother to get dinner.

지 않다

-지 않다
This term is used to show negation(부정) and the intention of the speaker(화자의 의도). For example-
준서는 피자를 먹지 않았다. Jun-Seo did not eat pizza.
그는 일부러 서울에 가지 않았다. He intentionally did not go to Seoul.

지 못하다

지 못하다
This term is used to denote impossibility(불능) and restriction on the situation(상황에 의한 제약). For example-
준서는 피자를 먹지 못했다. Jun-Seo has not eaten pizza.
어제는 홍수가 나서 학교에 오지 못했다. I could not come to school because of the flood.

지 말다

지 말다
This term is used to indicate prohibition(금지) to do something.

마속은 절대 하지 마라. Never take drugs.
술을 너무 많이 먹지 마세요. Don’t drink so much.

아/어야 하다

아/어야 하다
This term is used to indicate inevitability (필연) and emphasis (강조). For example-
이번에는 꼭 승리해야 한다. (We) must win this time.
어떻게 하든, 대학 시험에 합격해야 한다. It requires passing a university entrance exam, one way or another.

게 하다

게 하다
This term is used when someone orders to do something or someone make to do something by another person (시킴). For example-

어머니는 항상 나에게 일기를 쓰게 했다. My mother always made me write a diary.
우유를 많이 마시게하자. Let’s make (him) drink a lot of milk.

기는 하다/ 기도 하다

기는 하다/ 기도 하다
This term is used to show admission(시인) of a person or partial or additional Acknowledge(부분추가 인정) of a person. For example-

그가 잘못했다고 말하기는 했다. He did say he was wrong.
민서가 다시 오겠다고 하기는 했다. Min-Seo did say she would come again.
그녀는 돈이 많다고 하기도 했다. She did say she has much money.

게 되다

게 되다
This term is used to show schedule(예정) and the result(결과). For example-
내일 우리 가족은 경주로 여행을 가게 되었다. My family are going to travel to Gyeongju tomorrow.
사랑을 하게 되면 모두들 시인이 된다. At a touch of love, everyone becomes a poet.

아어 쌓다/대다

아어 쌓다/대다
This grammar is used to show repetition(반복) + emphasis(강조). For example-
학생들이 교실에서 너무 떠들어 쌓는다. The students are being too noisy in the classroom.
갓난애가 끝없이 울어 댔다. The veriest baby was crying endlessly.

(으)ㄹ 만하다

(으)ㄹ 만하다

This term is used to show value(가치) and degree (정도).

한국 김치는 좀 맵기는 하지만 먹을 만하다. Korean Kimchi is a little spicy but edible.
한국에 있는 경주는 한번 가 볼 만하다. Gyeongju in Korea is worth a visit.

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Basic Korean verbs romanized

있다(Itta) – 우리 대학에는 기숙사가 있다 Our university has a dormitory.

존재하다(Chhonje hada)- 신의 존재. the existence of God

하다 (Hada) – 자원 봉사를 하다. do volunteer work

공부하다 (Khongbu hada) – 열심히 공부하다. study hard

보내 (Phoneda) 죄수를 감옥에 보냈다. The prisoner(convict) was sent to jail.

여름 방학을 잘 보내요. Have a good summer vacation.

사다 (Sada) – 아내는 장에 가서 쌀을 팔아서 과일을 샀다. My wife went to the market and sold rice to buy fruit.

설명하다 (Seolmyong hada) – 어제 그 사건을 어떻게 나타났어 잘 설명 해봐. How did that incident happen yesterday explain it?

남다 (Namda) – 예상보다 사람이 적게 와서 밥이 남았다. There were fewer people than I expected, so rice left.

움직이다 (Umjikida) – 전원 스위치를 켰더니 기계가 움직이기 시작한다. When the power switch turned on, the machine starts to move.

도와주다 (Thowa juda) – 네가 좀 도와주어야겠다. I need your assistance/ help.

느끼다 (Nukkida) – 아기를 볼 때 사랑하는 마음이 느껴진다. When I see a baby, I feel loved.

south korean language and hangul day

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South Korean language and hangul day

The official and national language of South Korea is the Korean language. It is also known by hangul. South Korean language is created by the great King Sejong.

south korean language
south korean language

South Korean speaks and writes only one language in their country. In some countries, people speak two or more than two languages and their national languages are also more than two. But in South Korea, they have only one language (Hangul) as a national language. In most part of the world according to state or group of people, they speak different languages but in South Korea, you will find only one language all over the country. The only difference is that the speaking accent or dialect is some different. Korean People call them 사투리.

South Korean language creation

Long ago Koreans used hanja which is the Chinese language. Later king Sejong introduced a new language system of Korean language hangul. Korean people preferred hangul over hanja.

hangul day

Korean remember King Sejong as the greatest ruler of history. His invention (hangul) is the most important part of Korean culture and society. So they celebrate hangul day as a national holiday of Korea.

한글날

Every year on October 9 Korean celebrates hangul day. October 9 is a public holiday in South Korea (공휴일). Koreans organize many events on this day to remember the Sejong king.

south-Korean-language Korean letters song

Korean letter has a total of 40 characters.

Basic consonants – 14

Compound consonants – 5

Basic vowels – 10

Compound vowels – 11

Single vowelsDouble VowelsSingle consonantsDouble consonants
ㅏ aㅐ aeㄱ g, k, khㄲ KK
ㅑ yaㅒ yaeㄴ nㄸ TT
ㅓ eoㅔ eㄷ d, tㅃ PP
ㅕ yeoㅖ yeㄹ r, lㅆ SS
ㅗ oㅘ waㅁ mㅉ JJ
ㅛ yoㅙ waeㅂ b, p
ㅜ uㅚ oeㅅ s
ㅠ yuㅝ woㅇ ng or silent at initial position
ㅡ euㅞ weㅈ J
ㅣ iㅟ wiㅊ ch
ㅢ uiㅋ k
ㅌ th
ㅍ ph
ㅎ H

south-Korean-language -Korean alphabet song

Korean grammar 은는 이가 – 10 best way of learning

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Korean grammar 은/는 이/가

The most important grammar in the Korean language is Korean grammar 은는 이가. It is the first section of learning grammar in the Korean language. 은/는 and 이/가 is the most valuable part of Korean grammar and it is one among the frequently asked questions between Korean language students. Korean learners get confused between these two words though native speakers use them without thinking.

Korean grammar(은 는 이 가 grammar) Definition

은 는

Topic markers or topic marking particles

이 가

Subject markers or subject marking particles

은 는 indicates the topic of the sentence and 이 가 indicates the subject of the sentence. The grammatical subject is related to 이 가. The fun fact is many native speakers frequently omit these particles in daily conversation

If the word ends with consonants we use 은 or 이
이것은, 이것이 – This is
저것은, 저것이 – That is

If the word ends with vowels we use 는 or 가.
저는, 제가 – (I’m) formal

나는, 내가 – (I’m) informal

When to use 은 는


It is used after a noun that ends in consonants.


It is used after a noun that ends in vowels.

은 는 이 가 예문

1. 이 책은 25,000원입니다.
(“책”은→책 is a noun which ends in consonants.)
This book is 25,000won.

2. 러키 씨는 미국 사람입니다.
(“씨”는→ 씨 is a noun which ends in vowels.)
Rocky is an American.

3. 언니는 간호사이고 저는 학생이에요.
(“언니”는→ 언니 is a noun which ends in vowels.)
My older sister is a nurse, and I’m a student.

Korean grammar 은는 이가
은 는 이 가 grammar

Korean grammar 은는 이가 examples

커피는 맛있어요.
coffee is tasty or coffee tastes good.

이 식당은 커피가 맛있어요.
In this restaurant, coffee tastes good.
As for this restaurant, coffee tastes good
when it comes to this restaurant, coffee tastes good.

외국어 공부는 재미있어요.
Learning a foreign language is interesting.

저는 외국어 공부가 재미있어요.
As for me, learning a foreign language is interesting.

Korean grammar 은는 usages

When 은 는 are exactly used?
1. Introducing your self
When you introduce yourself in Korean you use  저는…(your name)… 입니다.
suppose my name is John, so I can say 저는 존 입니다.
here you are introducing the topic of the sentence and topic of the sentence is 저 or (I).
이쪽은 우리 아버지이에요.
This is my father. / This side person is my father
이쪽은 우리 여동생 이에요.
This side person is my friend / This side person is my friend.

2. When talking about general things
There are so many things that we talk about in day to day life and among them, many are general or obvious things. Like

Apples are Red. 사과는 빨개요.
Today is Saturday.오늘은 토요일이에요.
사과 has ㅘ ending, which is vowel so 는 is used.
오늘 has ㄹ ending, which is consonants so 는 is used.
and both of these phrases are generally acknowledged to be true.

3 은 는 also used to show some contrast/opposite or comparison.
If somebody asks 술 좋아해요? Do you like alcohol/liquor?
and you replied 맥주는 좋아해요. I like beer.
That means you generally don’t like alcohol but you like beer.

해물 먹을 수 있어요? Do you eat any kind of kinds of seafood?
문어는 먹어요. I can’t eat any kinds of seafood but octopus.

동물 좋아해요? Do you like animals?
강아지는 좋아해요.
I only like puppies.
I hate animals but I like puppies.

A: 미국 가고 싶어. I want to go to the USA.
B: 나는 일본 가고 싶어. I want to go to Japan.

Here also people are showing different wish or there is a contrast in between their wish so Korean grammar 는 has used.

은는이가 설명

In summary, when you are talking about general facts, Introducing yourself and comparing or making a contrast you need to use 은 or 는 particle.

이 가
The function of this particle is to express a grammatical relationship with other
words or phrases.

When to use 이 가

1 이 가 are used when you observed or describe something. When a verb is descriptive you will always use this.
First example
when you see a puppy at your friend’s home and you are telling your friend about the puppy.
강아지가 귀여워./ 강아지가 귀엽네. / 강아지가 귀엽다.
The puppy is cute. or what a cute puppy.
second example
When you meet a friend at the airport and found that your friend carries big luggage with lots of stuff yo say like this –
짐이 많으시네요. you have a lot of luggage.
Here 짐 has ㅁ at last which is a consonant so 이 has used.
Third example
When you cleaned your house and your mom asked you.
이거 누가 다 했어? who did this?
제가 다 했어요. I did it all. / I’m the one who did it.

Difference between 이 가 and 은 는

Let’s imagine a situation where there is person A, B and you are having a conversation, and person A asks you.
What is donghwa doing? 동화는 뭐해요?
Donghwa went for study. 동화는 공부하러 갔어요.
In this case person, A was curious about what Donghwa is doing so the main topic was donghwa that’s why 는 is used.
But if person B asked you who went for study? Then 가 is used.
누가 공부 하러 갔어요?
Who went for study?
동화가 공부 하러 갔어요.
Dongwa went.

Another example,
Let’s imagine you are having lunch with your friend in a restaurant and you ordered Korean food samgyupsal. But chilli is really hot then you have to say
고추가 매워요.
and then you ordered another chilli and this time it is not hot as before. In this case, you have to say
고추는 안 매워요.
Here you are comparing chillies so you have to use 는.

은 는 이 가 을 를

Now I’m going to show you what actually mean 은 는 이 가 and 을 를 because it is the most confusing part for beginners.  In a simple word 은 는 is topic particles 이 가is subject particles and 을 를 is object particles. Now let’s find out how these particles are used to make Korean sentences.

은 는 (Topic markers)

은 is used when the previous word ends with a consonant and 는 is used when the previous word ends with a vowel. For example-

물은 Water

작은 small

집은 House

나는 I (Informal ), 저는 I (Formal)

우리는 our

저희는 we

오늘은 날씨가 맑아요. It’s sunny(clear) today.

은 몇 시에 먹어요? When is lunchtime?

는 오바마 입니다. I’m Obama.

우리는 굉장히 친한 사이입니다.We’re very close.

저희는 예약을 받지 않습니다.We don’t accept reservations.

All these bold words (오늘,밥, 저, 우리,  저희) are topic of the sentences so they have either 은 or 는.

이 가 (Subject particle)

이  is used when the previous word ends with a consonant and 가 is used when the previous word ends with a vowel. They are often used when making questions (who/ what/ which) and answering these questions. For example-

이것은 누가 먹었어? Who ate this?

Here 누가(who) is the subject of the sentence.

제가 먹었어. I ate.

을 를 (Object particle)

을  is used when the previous word ends with a consonant and 를 is used when the previous word ends with a vowel

         As its name implies it marks the object of a verb. You have to remember that this object marker is always used with action verbs. It marks the noun (the object) that is being affected by a verb. Let’s see example here

저는 사과 를 좋아해요. I like apple

Here in this sentence 사과 is a noun and 좋아해요 is an action verb. The verb 좋아해요 is affecting the noun 사과. And 사과 has a vowel at its end so is used.

So whenever an action verb do something to something or someone you have to use 을 를 (Object particle).

은 는 difference

  은는 is a topic marker and it is pronounced as (Eun)  (Neun). Both 은 는 has the same meaning when it attached to other words.

    The only difference between은는 is that 은 is used if a noun has final consonant and is used if a noun has no final consonant.

은 는 Both are used when someone speaks about the general or factual report or the information and when someone tells old information. They are also used to make contrast in between or when comparing in between two or more than two things. And they are used to make focus on the subject of the sentence.

은 는 이 가 exercise 

  1. 나….. 과일을 좋아해.(은 / 는)
  2. 물이…..얼음이 되었다. (이/ 가)
  3. 아기 ….. 옷을 입었다. (이/ 가)
  4. 사과….. 빨갛다. (이/ 가)
  5. 오늘….. 8월 7일이에요. (은 / 는)
  6. 네리….. 29살이에요. (은 / 는)
  7. 저….. 일본사람이에요. (은 / 는)

은는이가 연습문제

  1. 사과….. 달다. Apple is sweet.
  2. I want to buy a bread.나….. 빵을 사고 싶어.
  3. 저….. 미국 출신입니다. I’m from the USA.
  4. 우리 회사….. 언덕 위에 있다. Our factory is[stands] on the hill.
  5. 오늘….. 금요일입니다. Today is Friday.
  6. 코끼리….. 커요. Elephants are big.
  7. 그 강아지….. 멋있고 커요. That puppy is nice and big.
  8. 중국….. 큰 나라입니다. Chia is a big country.
  9. 나…… 학생이다. I am a student. 
  10. A: 사과 먹고 싶어. I want to have an apple.

B: 나….. 커피 마시고 싶어. I want to go to drink coffee.

11. 그 집….. 작아요. That house is small.

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In this lesson, you will learn the Korean language in Hindi and Urdu. NEPALESE people can also learn Korean from this lesson.

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Korean language in Hindi – 1

Week related vocabulary

EnglishEnglish to KoreanKorean to Hindi
Sunday일요일 [Ill-yo-ill]रविवार [Raviwar]
Monday월요일 [Wor-yo-ill]सोमवार [Somvar]
Tuesday화요일 [Hwa-yo-ill]मंगलवार [Mangalwar]
Wednesday수요일 [Soo-yo-ill]बुधवार [Budhwar]
Thursday목요일 [Mok-yo-ill]गुरुवार [Guruwar]
Friday금요일 [Geum-yo-ill]शुक्रवार [Shukrawar]
Saturday토요일 [To-yo-ill]शनिवार [Shaniwar, Shanivar]

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Month in Korean

EnglishEnglish to Korean with pronunciation
January – जनवरी
  • 일월 (Irwol)
February – फ़रवरी
  • 이월 (Iwol)
March – मार्च
  • 삼월 (Samwol)
April – अप्रैल
  • 사월 (Sawol)
May – मई
  • 오월 (Owol)
June – जून유월 (Yuwol)
July – जुलाई칠월 (Chirwol)
August – अगस्त팔월 (Palwol)
September – सितंबर구월 (Guwol)
October – अक्टूबर시월  (Siwol)
November – नवंबर십일월  (Shipilwol)
December – दिसंबर십이월  (Shipiwol)

korean to hindi

  • 포괄적 व्यापक, सर्वग्राही, विस्तृत
    • 납득하다 स्वीकार करना, सहमति प्रकट करना, मानना
    • 공산주의 साम्यवाद
    • 자본주의 पूँजीवाद
    • 감지하다 महसूस करना
    • 여자 친구 गर्ल्फ्रेन्ड, प्रेमिका, सखी ,सहेली ।
    • 편리하다 आरामदेह , सुविधाजनक , बिना किसी परेशानी के
    • 최고야 बढ़िया,प्रथम श्रेणी का,उत्कृष्ठ,अच्छा, उत्तम,प्रमुख,सबसे ऊंची श्रेणी का
    • 대박 कमाल का,अद्भुत, विस्मयकारी,विस्मयाकुल,महिमामयअत्यंत प्रभावशाली,ग़ज़ब का
    • 현금 नकद, कैश, नकद पैसे,नक़द धन
    • 호신법 आत्म सुरक्षा के लिए कानून
    • 후자 पिछला,परवर्ती
    • 확인 प्रमाण (남성),प्रमाणीकरण,संपुष्टि (남성),सत्यापन (남성),स्वीकृति (여성),पक्का करना,दृढ़ करण,प्रमाणी करण,आज्ञा (여성),पुष्टि (여성),पुष्टिकरण
    • 확산 फैलाना,बिखेरना, बढ़ना,फैला देना
    • 협화 1.समरसता, एक ताल, एक लय,अनुरूपता (여성),अविरोध,मधुर संबंध,एकता,तालमेल(남성),मेल(남성),समानता (여성) 2.संगीत कार्यक्रम,संगीत-गोष्ठी,संगीत-समारोह (남성)
    • 후세 आने वाली पीढ़ी
    • 투기하다 सोचना,विचार करना,कल्पना करना,चिन्तन करना,अनुमान लगाना,लाभ की आशा से व्यापार करना,अंदाज़ लगाना,सट्टा लगाना,सट्टेबाज़ी करना,अंदाज़ लगाना(n)
    • 해약 काटना,घिसना,छीलना,रद्द करना,निष्प्रभाव करना,वापस लेना,व्यर्थ कर देना,लकीर खींचना,काट देना,रद्ध करना
    • 충돌하다 टकराना, भिड़ना, टक्कर खाना ,टक्कर लगाना ,भिड़ जाना ,भिड़ जाना ,परस्पर-विरोधी होना
    • 추격하다 खदेड़ना, पीछा करना,खदेड़ना,पीछे पड़ना,आखेट करना,पीछे लगना
    • 추인 स्वीकृति (여성), पक्का करना, दृढ़ करण, आज्ञा (남성), प्रमाणी करण, दृढ़ता (여성),पुष्टि (여성), पुष्टिकरण, प्रमाण (남성), प्रमाणीकरण, सत्यापन (남성), समर्थन,स्थाईकरण,स्थायीकरण
    • 전화기 दूर भाषण यंत्र (남성), टेलीफोन (남성), दूरभाष (남성),फ़ोन (남성)
    • 전약 पहला वचन,पिछला वादा,
    • 인낙 अभिज्ञान,कद्र,परिज्ञान,पहचान,मान्यता,विवेक,सम्मान,स्वीकार,स्वीकृति,शिनाख़्त,स्वीकरन
    • 유보하다 रख देना,अलग रखना,किसी के मत को स्वीकार करना,टालना,रखना,मान लेना,स्वीकार करना,टाल देना,मुल्तवी करना,झुक जाना,सौंप देना,आस्थगित करना,विलंब करना,देर करना
    • 양변 दोनों तरफ,दोनों तरफ़,दोनों दल,दोनों दिशा,दोनों पक्ष,दोनों पसली,दोनों पहलू
    • 수련하다 दयालु,नम्र,हितकर,सज्जनतापूर्ण, समवेदनापूर्ण, अच्छा, उदार,कृपालु,
    • 외국인 परदेशी,विदेशी,अन्यदेशीय,प्रवासी मनुष्य,विदेशी व्यक्ति,पराया मनुष्य
    • 수술하다 ऑपरेशन, शल्य चिकित्सा
    • 사냥철 शिकार करने का अरसा,शिकार खेलने की ऋतु
    • 빈창자 सूखेपन,मध्यांत्र
    • 남청 नील,नील का पौधा
    • 바닥 ज़मीन (여성),तल (남성),तल्ला (남성), धरातल (남성),फर्श (남성), फलक (남성),भूतल,मंच (남성)
    • 독회 अर्थ,पठन,पढ़ना,पाठ, पढ़ाई,वाचन,व्याख्या,पढ़े जाने का ढंग,साहित्यिक ज्ञान,पढ़ लेना,वाचन पठन,
    • 기탁 उपहार,चंदा (남성),चन्दा,दान (남성),भिक्षा (여성),भेंट (여성),खैरात (여성),दक्षिणा (여성)
    • 모의하다 अभिसंधि,कपटसंधि,कुमंत्रणा,गुट्ट,दुरभिसंधि,मंत्रणा,षड्यंत्र,साजिश,कपट प्रबंध,गुष्ठी
    • 무외 नर्भय,निडर,साहसी,अक्खड़,भय रहित
    • 무능력자 अक्षम,अनाड़ी,अयोग्य,अशक्त,असमर्थ,कम,नाकारा,निर्बल,हेट
    • 건색 अस्थि-बंधन
    • 가입하다 प्रवेश लेना ,नियुक्त होना,जुड़ना ,सम्मिलित होना
    • 고발하다 रिपोर्ट करना,प्रस्तुत होना,खबर देना, अभियोग लगाना,आरोप करना,दोष लगाना,दोषारोप करना,अपराधी ठहराना,भला बुरा कहना,दोषारोपण करना,इल्ज़ाम लगाना
    • 권계 चेतावनी; सलाह
    • 건 मामला,स्थिति,हालत,घटना
    • 까기 अंडे सेना,अंडे से बच्चा निकलना,अंडे से बच्चा निकालना,अंडे से निकलना,अंडा सेना
    • 일꾼 कमेरा,कर्मकार(m),कामगार,कारीगर (m),टहलू,मजदूर (m),मज़दूर,श्रमिक (m)
    • 힘 ताकत, शक्ति
    • 부합 संयोग
    • 중대하다 महत्व ,महिमा ,सार्थकता ,अहमियत
    • 실패하다 हार , अवरोध, नाकामयाबी , असफलता , शिकस्त
    • 짜증나다 कष्टकर, कष्टप्रद, खीझ दिलाने वाला
    • 근조 सहानुभूति
    • 경제력 आर्थिक शक्ति
    • 경쟁력 प्रतिस्पर्धा
    • 결석하다 अनुपस्थित,अनुपस्थित रखना,गैरहाजिर,अनुपस्थित रहना,अनुपस्थित होना
    • 결과적 परिणाम,नतीजा
    • 게시판 सूचना पट्ट
    • 걷기 चलता हुआ,चहलक़दमी
    • 건조하다 शुष्क,सूखा,रूखा
    • 건설되다 बन जाना, बन गया
    • 건네주다 के हवाले कर देना,सौंप देना
    • 건너방 विपरीत पक्ष का कमरा
    • 건너 विपरीत दिशा
  • 가치관 मान्यता,मान्यताएं,मूल्य
  • 감소하다 घटना,कम करना,संक्षिप्त करना
  • 거절하다 त्यागना,अस्वीकार करना,त्याग देना
  • 건설하다 बनाना,निर्माण करना,बना देना,बना लेना
  • 고생 끝에 낙이 온다,고진감래 रात के बाद सुबह होती ही हैं,दुःख के बाद खुशी के बादल आना
  • 곤궁할 때 돕는 친구가 참된 친구다 जो दोस्त मुश्किल समय में साथ निभाए,वही सच्चा दोस्त कहलाता हैं
  • 공연장 सभागार, सभामण्डप
  • 과도하다 अत्यंत,अधिक,अपरिमित,निपट,महा,हद से ज़्यादा,हद से अधिक,अतिशय,अत्यधिक
  • 관리하다 प्रबंध करना, निरीक्षण करना, अधीक्षण करना, देखभाल करना
  • 교환하다 बदलना ,बदल देना ,अदला-बदली करना
  • 귀중하다 अनमोल,अमूल्य,उत्कृष्ट,कीमती ,प्रिय,बहुमूल्य, महंगा
  • 균점 समान मूल्य सिद्धान्त,समान वितरण,बराबर अवसर
  • 기름값 तेल की कीमतŤ
  • 깃이 나다 कलियाना,उड़ने के योग्य हो जाना,उड़ने योग्य बनाना,परदार करना,उड़ने योग्य बनाना
  • 꺼풀 तह,पटल,परत,पर्त
  • 꾀가 많은 कपटी,कुटिल,चतुर,चालबाज,चालाक,छली,धूर्त,फरेबी,मक्कार,शठ,धूर्ततापूर्ण
  • 꾀가 많은 사람 कपटी इंसान,कुटिल इंसान,चतुर इंसान,चालबाज इंसान
  • 꿩 तीतर,महूका,मनाल,तीतर पक्षी
  • 나마스떼 नमस्ते,नमस्कार करना
  • 나모지 अवशिष्ट,अवशेष (m),बाकी (f),शेष (m),शेषफल (m),बचा हुआ,बचा कपड़ा,शेष-भाग,बचा हुआ अंश
  • 낙제하다 असफलता ,अनुत्तीर्ण
  • 낫말은 새가 듣고 밤말은 쥐가 듣는다 दीवारों के भी कान होते हैं।
  • 낭독법 वक्तृत्व,वाग्मिता
  • 낭독자 स्तुति पाठक,प्रूफ संशोधक,प्रूफ पढ़ने वाला,पढ़नेवाला,पाठयपुस्तक,पाठमाला,पाठक,पढ़ने वाला,विश्वविद्यालय का अध्यापक
  • 낯이 익다 अज्ञात,अनजान,अनभिज्ञ,अनोखा,अपरिचित,असामान्य,नामालूम,न जाना हुआ

hindi to korean

  • 다짐하다 वचनबद्ध हो जाना, प्रतिज्ञा करना
  • 대중가요 लोकप्रिय गीत
  • 대체로 अक्सर,प्राय:,बहुधा,साधारणतया,औसतन,व्यापक रूप से,साधारणता से,आमतौर पर
  • 목욕하다 नहाना, स्नान करना
  • 발을 동동 구르다 फूंक फूंक कर कदम रखना ,बहुत ही सोच विचार कर कोई काम करना
  • 배낭 여행 पीठ पर लटकाया जाने वाला थैला,पीठ थैला,पिटठू,कम खर्च और सामान में यात्रा करना(v),पीठ पर थैला लाद कर यात्रा करना(v)
  • 비상소집 आपातकालीन कॉल
  • 빨때 तरल पदार्थ को पीने के लिए नली,पीने की नली
  • 서투른 무당이 장구만 나무란다 नाच ना जाने आंगन टेढ़ा ।
  • 선착순,빠른 것이 장땡 पहले आओ पहले पाओ।
  • 성기장 महासचिव,प्रधान सचिव(n)
  • 성립하다 प्रतिष्ठित,प्रमाणित,सिद्ध,स्थापित,स्थित,बरक़रार,स्थापित हुआ
  • 성큼성큼 डांकना, लांघना, लम्बे डग से चलना, लम्बे पांव रखना, लंबा डग,छलाँग
  • 셈하다 सुविचार करना, अपनाना,गणना,गिनना, जांचना,जोड़ना,समझना
  • 손을 보다 सबक सिखाना,पाठ पढ़ाना
  • 수소폭탄 हाइड्रोजन बम
  • 승인하다 जांचना,जानना,पहचानना,मानना,मान लेना,स्वीकार करना,प्रकट करना,मान्यता देना,पता लगाना,फिर देखना,फिर परीक्षा करना,पहचान लेना,किसी राजनैतिक दल के अस्तित्व को स्वीकारना,अधिकारिक रूप से प्रशंसा करना,विवेक करना,पहचान करना,पहचनना
  • 신청서 आवेदन पत्र

korean meaning in hindi

  • 안녕 नमस्कार/ नमस्ते
  • 위탁하다 सौपना,विश्वास करना,उधार देना,आशा करना,धरोहर रखना,भरोसा रखना,भरोसा करना,हवाले करना,पतियाना,ईमान रखना,सुपुर्द कर देना,सौंपना
  • 유능하다 बुद्धिमान ,प्रतिभासंपन्न ,प्रतिभापूर्ण , गुणवान ,प्रतिभावान
  • 의사소통 पत्रव्यवहार,बात,बोलचाल,संचार,संचार-व्यवस्था,संचारण,संदेश,संपर्क,संप्रेषण,संबंध,संवाद
  • 이따가 थोड़ी देर बाद
  • 이송하다 पहुँचाना,ले जाना, वहन करना,उठा ले जाना,स्थान बदलना, छुड़ाना,डिगना,निकालना,बदलना,सरकना,हटना,हटाना,दूर करना,ले जाना,अलग करना,निकाल देना
  • 인도 공과대학교 भारतीय प्रौद्योगिकी संस्थान
  • 자라보고 놀란 가슴 솥뚜껑보고 놀란다 दुध का जला छाछ भी फूंक फूंक कर पीता हैं ।
  • 적합하다 उपयुक्त ,ठीक ,युक्त योग्य
  • 전기료 बिजली खर्च
  • 제 눈에 안경이다 आंखों पर काली पट्टी बंधी होना ,दुसरे इंसान का सच्च दिखाई नहीं देना ।
  • 조절하다 नियंत्रण करना ,नियमन करना, नियंत्रित करना, संचालित करना, क़ाबू में रखना
  • 좀비 प्रेत
  • 종합하다 समन्वय करना ,कृत्रिम उत्पाद बनाना
  • 중단하다 बाधा डालना ,भंग करना
  • 중진국 विकासशील देश
  • 차분 शान्त करना,धीमा करना,ठंडा करना,शांत करना,दिलासा देना,शांत होना,चुप करना,स्थिरता (f),निश्चिंतता (f),शांतता (f)
  • 차지하다 अधिकार करना, दखल करना,जगह घेरना ,स्थान लेना, कब्जा करना,क़ब्ज़ा करना
  • 철저하게 पूर्णतया, पूरी तौर से, सर्वथा
  • 출입국관리사무소 आव्रजन कार्यालय immigration officie
  • 충실하다 ईमानदार ,खरा ,दृढ़ निष्ठावान , समर्पित होना
  • 콧대가 높다 घमंड करना,
  • 탁월하다 उत्कृष्ट ,उत्तम,बढ़िया
  • 판단하다 जांचना,आलोचना करना,छिद्रान्वेषण करना,दोष निकालना,समालोचना करना
  • 학생증 छात्र पहचान पत्र
  • 한국인 कोरियाई,कोरियन, कोरिअन
  • 허리띠를 졸라매다 कमर कसना,किसी काम को करने की ठान लेना
  • 현명하다 ज्ञानी,मनीषी,विद्वान,विवेकी
  • 홍보물 विज्ञापन सामग्री, विज्ञापन पोस्टर
  • 화란 हॉलैंड, नीदरलैंड

korean in hindi

  • 거부하다 नकारना,मुकरना,इनकार करना객관적 वस्तु,विषय
    • 개선하다 सुधार,उन्नति.विकाश,तरक़्क़ी
    • 개선되다 सुधारा होना,उन्नति होना,विकाश होना
    • 개방하다 खोलना,प्रारंभ होना
    • 개방되다 जनता के लिए खुल जाना ,आम लोगो के लिए खुल जाना
    • 개발되다 विकसित होना
    • 개개인 व्यक्तिगत,वैयक्तिक,अकेला
    • 같이하다 साथ देना,साथ होना,मेल करना
    • 갖가지 विभिन्न प्रकार
    • 강화하다 मजबूत करना, बलवान करना या होना, मज़बूत बनाना, शक्ति बढ़ना
    • 강의하다 भाषण देना, व्याख्यान देना, उपदेश देना, सीख देना, बयान करना
    • 강요하다 थोप देना, लगाना, प्रभाव डालना,अधिरोपित करना
    • 강수량 बारिश, मेंह, मेंह का पानी, वर्षा ऋतू का जल
    • 강북 गंगबुक
    • 강렬하다 मजबूत, शक्तिमान, शक्तिशाली
    • 강력히 प्रभावशाली ढंग से, ज़ोर से,शक्तिशाली ढंग से, जोर से
    • 강력하다 जबरदस्त, तगड़ा,ताकतवर,प्रभावशाली,बलवान
    • 강남 गंगनाम
    • 감정적 भावात्मक, जज़्बाती, भावुक
    • 감소되다 घटना, कम हो जाना
    • 감동적 दिल को छू लेना वाला
    • 간접적 अप्रत्यक्ष,गुप्त,गोलमाल,घुमावदार,टेढ़ा
    • 가톨릭 कैथोलिक
    • 가정 교사 निजी शिक्षक
    • 가입자 सदस्य
    • 가만 स्थिर,निःशब्दता
    • 가로수 सड़क पेड़
    • 가로등 सड़क लैंप
    • 가득히 खचाखच भरा हुआ, भरपूर, खचाखच भरा हुआ, प्रचुर
    • 금지하다 प्रतिरोध करना ,निरोध करना ,अवरुद्ध करना
    • 요약하다 संक्षिप्त, सारांश
    • 다정하다 प्यारा ,प्रिय,स्नेही
    • 우수하다 बेहतर, श्रेष्ठतर, उच्चतर ,उत्कृष्ट
    • 유행하다 लोक-सुलाभ ,प्रचलित ,प्रमुख
    • 보존하다 परिरक्षित करना ,नष्ट न होने देना ,सम्भाल कर रखना
    • 빼놓다 निकालना ,छोड़ देना ,अलग करना
    • 설립하다 स्थापित करना ,निर्माण करना ,नींव डालना
    • 유발하다 कारण बनना ,मज़बूर करना
    • 존경하다 सम्मान करना ,आदर करना ,प्रतिष्ठा करना
    • 체험하다 अनुभव करना,तज़ुर्बा
    • 분리하다 जुदा,विभाजित करना
    • 연출하다 उत्पन्न करना ,उत्पन्न होना ,उपस्थित करना
    • 열중하다 उत्साह ,उत्सुकता ,उमंग ,जोश
    • 조르다 तंग करना ,परेशान करना, छेड़ना \
    • 한하다 सीमित करना ,सीमाबद्ध करना ,प्रतिबन्ध लगाना
    • 해소하다 अव्यवस्थित ,तितर-बितर ,बेतरतीब
    • 허락하다 स्वीकृति देना ,अनुमति देना ,आज्ञा देना
    • 확립하다 नींव डालना ,स्थिर करना ,स्थापना करना
    • 흥분하다 उत्तेजित, संदीप्त
    • 급증하다 प्रदर्शन बेहतर करना ,प्रवाह के कारण आगे बढ़ना ,तेज़ी से चढ़ना
    • 진단하다 निदान करना, रोग का निर्णय करना
    • 바퀴 झींगुर , तिलचटा
    • 소요되다 आवश्यक
    • 조화되다 एकता,मधुर संबंध
    • 착각하다 गलत समझना ,मिथ्या जानना
    • 흥미롭다 मनभावना ,मनोरंजक ,मनोरम
    • 경고하다 चेतावनी देना ,सावधान करना
    • 초청하다 आमंत्रित करना ,बुलावा भेजना,निमंत्रण देना
    • 출현하다 उपस्थिति , ,दिखाव ,दिखावट
    • 탈출하다 भाग कर बच जाना,से छूटना ,बच जाना
    • 신속하다 तीव्र ,तेज
    • 예고하다 चेतावनी देना ,सावधान करना ,सचेत करना
    • 정직하다 सच्चाई ,शुद्ध भाव, ईमानदारी ,सच्चापन
    • 조정하다 नियंत्रण करना , नियमन करना
    • 회복되다 स्वस्थ होनेवाला ,बचानेवाला ,वापिस पानेवाला
    • 불평등하다 असमता ,असमानता ,ऊंचनीच
    • 올려다보다 खोजना ,झांकना , मिलना
    • 지도하다 रास्ता दिखाना ,मार्गदर्शन करना, निर्देशन करना
    • 무의미하다 बेकार ,बेतुका
    • 공통적 अक्सर, आम तौर से
    • 교육자 शिक्षक , शिक्षाविशारद् , शिक्षाविशरद
    • 초조하다 असहिष्णु ,आतुर ,उतावला ,उत्सुक
    • 순진하다 सदा,सरल ,सरलमति ,सीधा ,सीधा-सादा
    • 절약하다 कम खर्च करना ,किफायत करना , मितव्यय करना , पूरा लाभ उठाना , किफ़ायत करना
    • 경영하다 संभालना ,पूरा करना ,संपूर्ण करना ,सफल होना ,प्रबन्ध करना
    • 기념하다 मनाना ,स्मरण करना ,उत्सव मनाना , गुणगान करना , किसी उत्सव द्वारा स्मरण करना
    • 길거리 रास्ता ,राह ,सड़क
    • 꽃잎 पत्ती ,पंखुड़ी ,फूल की पत्ती
    • 방송하다 प्रसारित करना,ब्राडकास्ट करना
    • 불완전하다 अधूरा ,अपूर्ण ,असिद्ध
    • 이론적 सैद्धान्तिक ,सैद्धांतिक ,व्यवहार योग्य
    • 임신하다 गर्भवती होना
    • 대화하다 गपशप , ,बातचीत ,वार्तालाप ,विपर्यय ,संभाषाण
    • 모집하다 भरती , भर्ती करना

korean words in hindi

  • 찬성하다 स्वीकार करना ,अनुमोदित करना ,मंजूर करना ,स्वीकृति देना ,प्रशंसा करना ,अनुमोदन करना
    • 깨어지다 उठाना, जगाना , जागना , होश में आना , जाग्रत करना , जाग जाना
    • 복사하다 प्रतिलिपि बनाना ,प्रतिलिपि करना ,नक़ल करना ,कापी करना
    • 주름살 सिकुड़ना , झुर्री डालना ,सिकुड जाना , झुर्री
    • 연기되다 टालना , टाल देना , स्थगित करना , मुल्तवी करना , आगे बढ़ाना , विलंब करना , देर करना
    • 움찔움찔 भौंचक्का, चौंका हुआ
    • 설렁설렁 धीरे , मृदुलता से , सादे ढंग से,धीरे,धीरे-धीरे ,धीरे से ,सावधानी से ,नरमी से
    • 우물쭈물 हिचकिचाता हुआ ,हिचहिचाकर, अनिश्चयात्मक ढंग से , अनिर्णायक ढंग से
    • 안달복달 आसानी से चिड़ने वाला , बात का बतंगड़ बनाने वाला , मीन-मेख निकालने वाला ,हड़बड़ाहट भरा
    • 투덜투덜 बुदबुदाना, बड़बड़ाना ,सरसराना , बड़बड़ाना ,शिकायत करना,मर्मरध्वनि ,सरसराहट
    • 꼬박꼬박 नित्य,नियम.नियमित,प्रचलित ,यथाक्रम ,यथार्थ ,व्यवस्थित
    • 알록달록 चित्तीदार, विचित्र,रंग-बिरंग,छींटेदार , धोब्बेदार, विभिन्न रूप के, तरह तरह का
    • 올록볼록 ऊंचा नीचा,नाहमवार,ऊबड़-खाबड़,अनियमित ,असंगत, अलंकृत करना ,नक्काशी करना
    • 기웃기웃 झांकना, जासूसी करना, ताक झाँक करना,उझकना ,अपनी नाक घुसेड़ना,
    • 꾸벅꾸벅 आँख लगना, झपकी लगना,गहरी नींद सोना
    • 모락모락 भाप छोड़ना,भाप निकलना, भाप शक्ति,वाष्प-शक्ति, धुंध, धुआँ
    • 두근두근 धकधकी, स्पंदन करना,काँपना, धड़कना
    • 머뭇머뭇 हिचकिचाते हुए,हिचहिचाकर
    • 듬성듬성 छितराकर, इधर-उधर ,यहाँ वहाँ,जहां तहां
    • 아슬아슬 खतरनाक ,जोखिमभरा,डरावना,भयंकर,जोखिम उठानेवाला
    • 평범하다 मामूली,रायज,व्यवहारिक,साधारण , सामान्य,औसतन
    • 위대하다 बड़ा,बहुत उपयुक्त ,बहुत बढ़िया,भयानक , भव्य,भारी
    • 수록하다 होना,धारण करना, सम्मिलित करना, समाविष्ट करना ,अन्तर्विष्ट करना
    • 하늘은 스스로 돕는 자를 돕는다 भगवान भी उसकी मदद करता है जो खुद की मदद करता है।
    • 낮말은 새가 듣고 밤말은 쥐가 듣는다 दिवारों के भी कान होते है
    • 등잔 밑이 어둡다 दीया तले अंधेरा
    • 티끌 모아 태산 बूँद बूँद से ही घडा भरता है
    • 작은 고추가 맵다 देखन में छोटन लगे पर घाव करत गंभीर
    • 하늘의 별 따기 आसमान के तारे तोड़ना
    • 식은 죽 먹기 बाएँ हाथ का खेल
    • 호랑이도 제 말하면 온다 शैतान का नाम लिया,शैतान हाजिर
    • 비난하다 आलोचना ,छिद्रान्वेषण,दोषानुसंधान ,विवेचना, समालोचना
    • 유일하다 अकेला,अद्वितीय, एकाएक
    • 화해하다 मेल-मिलाप कराना,में सामंजस्य करना, फैसला करना, मेल करना या कराना, सामंजस्य स्थापित करना
    • 동정하다 अनुकम्पा,कृपा,तरस ,दया ,सहानुभूति
    • 화려하다 दिखावटी,नुमाइशी,प्रभावशाली ,भड़कीला
    • 아첨하다 मिथ्या-प्रशंसा,खुशामद ,चाटूक्ति , चापलूसी ,ख़ुशामद
    • 건실하다 तंदुरुस्त,निरोग,स्वस्थ,नीरोग ,भला चंगा
    • 교제하다 निर्धारित समय पर मिलना, भेंट करना, मुलाक़ात
    • 허무하다 असार ,तुच्छ ,निरर्थक,व्यर्थ, हल्का
    • 슬기롭다 विद्वान ,विवेकी ,सही,होशियार, ज्ञानपूर्ण
    • 치열하다 अतिमात्र ,अत्यधिक,अत्यन्त,अधिक ,गहन, तीव्र,प्रचंड
    • 발휘하디 दर्शाना ,दिखलाना ,दिखाना,प्रदर्शित,बतलाना ,सिद्ध करना,प्रदर्शित करना
    • 섭취하다 अन्तर्ग्रहण ,ग्रहण , प्रवेश,भरती , ग्रहण करना
    • 유의하다 सावधान ,तवज्जो ,परोपकारी अवधान ,सावधान स्थिति
    • 능동형 कर्तृवाच्य , कर्तरी प्रयोग
    • 수동태 कर्मवाच्य , कर्मणी प्रयोग
    • 발휘하다 बतलाना ,सिद्ध करना ,प्रदर्शित करना ,निरूपण करना ,प्रमाणित करना ,वर्णन करना
    • 대치하다 विरोध, सामना ,मुक़ाबला ,आमना-सामना
    • 과감하다 शक्तिशाली ,समर्थ ,सशक्त, निर्णायक , निश्चयकारी, निश्चायक
    • 광고하다 प्रसिद्ध करना, विज्ञापन देना , विज्ञापन करना, प्रचारित करना
    • 구분하다 विभाजित करना, वर्गीकरण करना,बांटना, अलग करना
    • 착수하다 चालू करना, शुरू होना प्रारंभ करना,आरम्भ करना
    • 파악하다 समझाना, बोध करना, भली भांति जानना,अर्थ समझना

learn korean in hindi

  • 간결하다 अल्प ,लघु,संक्षिप्त सारिक
    • 삽입하다 सन्निविष्ट करना ,सम्मलित करना, घुसेड़ना, जोड़ना
    • 인칭 आदमी ,जन, पुरुष
    • 주의하다 ध्यान ,परवाह ,ध्यान देना,एहतियात
    • 등장하다 पेशी ,प्रकटन , प्रतीति,प्रकट होना ,दिखाई देना, प्रकाशित होना, हाजिर होना
    • 돌연하다 अकस्मात होने वाला ,अचानक ,आकस्मिक, एकाएकी, जल्द
    • 생략하다 हटाना ,छोड़ देना ,जाने देना,लुप्त होना
    • 덧붙다 चिपकाना ,चिपटना,जोड़ना
    • 신중하다 सावधान करना ,सचेत करना ,चौकस करना ,आगाह करन , खबरदार करना
    • 학수고대하다 बेसब्री से इंतजार, बेसब्र, व्याकुल, बेक़रार
    • 부인하다 इनकार करना ,तय करन, खंडन करना
    • 곤궁하다 चाहना ,कम होना ,इच्छा करना, अभिलाषा करना ,आवश्यकता होना ,की आवश्यकता होना
    • 헐떡 कष्ट, हांफा, चकित होना ,धक से रह जाना, हांफते हुए बोलना
    • 불에 덴 아이는 불을 무서워한다 दूध का जला छाछ भी फूँक फूँक कर पीता है
    • 솜씨 없는 일꾼 연장만 나무란다. नाच न जाने आँगन टेढ़ा
    • 안도하다 मुक्ति, राहत महसूस करना, चिंता मुक्त होना
    • 용서하다 छोड़ देना,क्षमा करना, माफ करना
    • 술집 शराब घर , दारू घर
    • 신혼여행 सुहाग रात, सुहाग मास मनाना
    • 자선 단체 धर्मार्थ संगठन, धर्मार्थ संस्थान
    • 홍보하다 प्रचारित करना, विज्ञापन देना, सूचना देना
    • 의존하다 आश्रय करना, निर्भर रहना
    • 시청자 दर्शक, देखनेवाला, दर्शकगण, साक्षात्कार, श्रोतागण
    • 각색하다 नाटक-रूप में परिणत करना, उपन्यास रूप में बदलना, अनुरूप बनाना
    • 전시하다 दिखाना, प्रदर्शन करना
    • 기념우표 स्मारक टिकट, स्मारक डाक टिकट
    • 발행하다 प्रकाशित करना, सार्वजनिक बनाना, विस्तार करना,
    • 친해지다 घनिष्ट, समीप, परिचित, सुपरिचित
    • 동호회 गोष्ठी गृह, सभा, संघ, गोष्ठी मंडल
    • 중심 생각 मुख्य विचार, केंद्रीय विचार
    • 재건축 पुनर्निर्माण, फिर से बनाना
    • 연수원 प्रशिक्षण संस्थान
    • 비경제적 अनार्थिक, अमितव्‍ययी, अलाभकर
    • 수리비 मरम्मत लागत
    • 복사기 प्रतिलिपि मशीन, फोटोकॉपियर
    • 불편하다 असुविधा, तकलीफ
    • 비상경보 벨 आपातकालीन घंटी
    • 출입증 प्रवेश पत्र
    • 제작 회사 निर्माण कंपनी
    • 휴게소 मोटरख़ाना, यानशाला, मोटरघर, गेराज
    • 발급하다 प्रकाशित करना, बाहर आना
    • 재발급하다 पुनःजारी करना, फिर से प्रकाशित करना
    • 관리비 अनुरक्षण लागत
    • 관리사무소 प्रबंधन कार्यालय
    • 연락처 संपर्क संख्या
    • 봉사 활동 स्वैच्छिक काम
    • 소설가 उपन्यासकार, उपन्यास रचयिता, उपन्यास लेखक
    • 이용객 उपयोगकर्ता, उपभोक्ता, व्यवहार करनेवाला, प्रयोग करनेवाला
    • 경비 아저씨 सुरक्षा कर्मी
    • 공격하다 आक्रमण करना, धावा करना
    • 집단주의 समष्टिवाद, समूहवाद
    • 의미론 अर्थ विज्ञान, शब्दों के अर्थ की विद्या
    • 통사론 वाक्य-रचना, सिंटेक्स
    • 형태론 शब्द के भागों का विज्ञान
    • 음운론 किसी भाषा की ध्‍वनि-प्रणाली, ध्‍वनि-प्रक्रिया
    • 음성학 ध्‍वनिशास्‍त्र, ध्वनि-विज्ञान, स्वर-विज्ञान
    • 언어학 भाषा विज्ञान
    • 신분제 जाति व्यवस्था, वर्ण व्यवस्था
    • 가부장제 पितृतंत्र, वृद्ध पुस्र्ष का आधिपत्य, समाज या राज्‍य की पैतृक व्‍यवस्‍था
    • 소련 सोवियत समाजवादी गणतंत्रों का संघ, सोवियत संघ
    • 국제통화기금 अंतर्राष्ट्रीय मुद्रा कोष
    • 세계은행 विश्व बैंक
    • 세계관광기구 विश्व पर्यटन संगठन
    • 문화유산 सांस्कृतिक विरासत
    • 꽃양배추 फूलगोभी
    • 세계 무역 기구 विश्व व्यापार संगठन
    • 냉전시대 शीत युद्ध काल
    • 제2차 세계대전 द्वितीय विश्वयुद्ध
    • 제1차 세계대전 पहला विश्व युद्ध
    • 일본인 जापानी,जापानवासी
    • 제출하다 प्रस्तुत करना
    • 진동 थरथराहट, लहराव
    • 빈자 निर्धन-मनुष्य, गरीब, निर्धन
    • 설득하다 समझाना, ~के लिए राजी करना
    • 미래 시대 भविष्यत् काल
    • 과거 시대 भूत काल
    • 현재 시대 वर्तमान काल
    • 운명하다 दम निकालना, मर जाना, मृत्यु होना, देहांत होना
    • 타계하다 मृत्यु होना, देहांत होना , दम निकलना मर जाना
    • 찬란하다 प्रतिभाशाली, बुद्धिमान वैभवशाली ,बहुत बढ़िया
    • 기본적으로 मूल रूप से, ख़ास तौर पर
    • 생활 방식 जीवन शैली
    • 결혼식 शादी की रस्म
    • 서독 पश्चिम जर्मनी
    • 동독 पूर्वी जर्मनी
    • 외국어 विदेशी भाषा
    • 미주 अमेरिका
    • 후진국 अविकसित देश
    • 전세계 संपूर्ण दुनिया
    • 불란서 फ्रांस
    • 대만 ताइवान
    • 태국 थाईलैंड
    • 상대방 सहभागी, जोड़ीदार, साथी
    • 거주하다 रहना, समय बिताना
    • 제조업 निर्माण कंपनी
    • 상대적으로 अपेक्षाकृत, तुलनात्मक
    • 종교적인 이유 धार्मिक कारण
    • 정상가 सामान्य मूल्य
    • 선진국 उन्नत देश
    • 아주 एशिया
    • 인도양 हिंद महासागर
    • 현지 언른 स्थानीय मीडिया
    • 사륜차 चौपहिया वाहन, चौपहिया गाड़ी
    • 이륜차 दोपहिया, दुपहिया गाड़ी
    • 초미세먼지 कणिका तत्व
    • 세계보건기구 विश्व स्वास्थ्य संगठन
    • 결정하다 निर्णय करना, फ़ैसला करना, निश्चय करना
    • 구체적 ठोस, यथार्थपूर्ण, विस्तृत
    • 고등법원 उच्च न्यायालय, हाई कोर्ट
    • 본격적 वास्तविक, असली
    • 투입하다 तैनात करना, फैलाना
    • 교통 수요 यातायात की जरूरत
    • 비판하다 आलोचना करना, दोष निकालना
    • 방지하다 रोकना, प्रतिबंध करना
    • 위반하다 तोड़ना या भंग करना
    • 대기 오염 वायु प्रदुषण
    • 시행하다 अमल में लाना, परिपालन करना
    • 문법적인 실수 व्याकरण गलती
    • 주말 सप्ताह का अंत
    • 여왕 रानी, वजीर
    • 봉건 제도 जागीरदारी प्रथा
    • 파시즘 सामवाद, फ़ासी वाद
    • 민주주의 प्रजातान्त्रिक देश, प्रजातंत्र राज्य
    • 제국주의 साम्राज्यवाद
    • 돈을 벌다 पैसा कमाना
    • 일본어 जापानी भाषा
    • 후회하다 पछताना, पश्चाताप करना
    • 사전 शब्दकोष
    • 삐지다 रूठ जाना, नाराज होना
    • 풀밭 घास का मैदान
    • 양아치 झगड़ालू मनुष्य,धौंस दिखानेवाला मनुष्य,गुण्डा (남성),दबंग,दादा (남성),धौंसिया (남성)
    • 회기 पुण्यतिथि, बरसी
    • 현임 वर्तमान कार्यालय,वर्तमान पद
    • 형정 कठोर प्रशासन
    • 확산하다 फैलना या फैलाना, विसरित
    • 형광 प्रकाश,प्रतिदीप्ति (여성),भ्राशा,रोशनी
    • 화부 आग बुझाने के लिए प्रशिझित व्यक्ति
    • 환송 बिदाई
    • 후항 फलस्वरूप
    • 호주 ऑस्ट्रेलिया
    • 호재 अनुकूल परिस्थति या वातावरण
    • 흡착하다 सोख लेना, ग्रास करना,तल्लीन करना,निगल जाना,पी लेना,खींच लेना,सोखना,खपाना,कम करना,अवशोषण करना,चूस लेना
    • 휴회 स्थगित अधिवेशन
    • 휘몰이 शीघ्र, कोलाहलमय
    • 형제 बहिन, भाई,सहोदर (남성),सहोदर भाई या बहन
    • 혜안 अन्तर्दृष्टि
    • 후면 पिछला हिस्सा,पृष्ठ भाग
    • 회개하다 पछताना, आत्मग्लानी (남성), पश्चाताप करना, प्रायश्चित्त करना, दुख के साथ स्मरण करना
    • 호가 नाममात्र की कीमत
    • 헌장 अधिकार पत्र (남성),अधिकारपत्र,घोषणापत्र, प्राधिकार,राजपत्र (남성),विशेषाधिकार,शासनपत्र (남성),संविधान (남성),चार्टर
    • 횡수 आश्चर्यजनक और सुखद संयोग से प्राप्त परिणाम( न कि कौशलपूर्वक अर्जित)
    • 휴회하다 स्थगन
    • 혐의하다 दोष लगाना, इल्ज़ाम लगाना,आरोप लगाना, दोषरोपण करना, दोषी ठहराना
    • 화법 1.बोलचाल,बोली (여성),भाषण (남성),भाषा (여성),वचन,वर्णन (남성) 2.चित्रकारी की तकनीक, चित्रकारी कला
    • 효율 योग्यता (여성),सामर्थ्य (남성),कार्य,कार्यक्षमता (여성),कुशलता (여성),कौशल,क्षमता (여성)दक्षता (여성),निपुणता,नैपुण्य,प्रगुपिछलाणता
    • 후방 पिछला भाग (남성),आखिर,पिछली पंक्ति,पीछे का भाग, अंतिम भाग
    • 흡착 अधिशोषण, सोखना
    • 후견 अभिभावकता, अभिभावक का पद
    • 황천 मरनोपरांत जीवन, मरणोत्तर जीवन,परवर्ती जीवन,पश्चात्वर्ती जीवन
    • 후미 पिछला अंतिम भाग
    • 후추 काली मिर्च
    • 힘살 बांस की पट्टी
    • 홀짝 1.सम और विषम 2.घूँट-घूँट पीना
    • 평가 मूल्यांकन,मूल्यनिऱूपण,मत,विचार या परख
    • 참여하다 किसी काम में भाग लेना या उससे जुड़ जाना,भागीदारी,सहभागिता
    • 행인 पैदल,पैदल चलनेवाला,पैदल यात्री
    • 침투하다 छनना,रसना,रिसना, घुस जाना, घुसपैठ करना, छन-छन कर अंदर जाना,घुसना,चूना
    • 참가하다 भाग लेना, सम्मिलित होना
    • 쿠폰 कूपन
    • 청하다 अनुरोध या निवेदन करना,प्रार्थना करना
    • 충격하다 कसकर जोड़ना,गहरा असर डालना,चोट पहुंचाना,सदमा पहुँचाना,भय दिखाना
    • 파장 प्रभार (남성), प्रभाव (남성), संघात, मुठभेड़, गहरा असर डालना, असर (남성)
    • 청장 एक सरकारी कार्यालय निर्देशक
    • 파문 विलोड़ना, डोलना या किसी को हिलाना,डोलाना,लहराना या लहरें बनाना
    • 팔 1.बाँह,भुजा,बाहु 2.आठ(अंक)
    • 참가 सहभागिता,भागीदारी
    • 픽업 कारतूस
    • 질투 ईर्ष्या
    • 편향 भाव (남성),पूर्वाग्रह (남성),किसी गोल वस्तु की एक ओर का भार,झुकाव (남성),ढलान,ढाल,तरफदारी (여성),पक्षपात (남성)
    • 출연하다 पहुँचना,दिखाई पड़ना,लगना,उपस्थित होना,पेश होना,प्रकट होना,दिखाई देना,प्रकाशित होना,अपने आप को प्रस्तुत करना
    • 해결 समाधान, सुलझाव
    • 천공하다 छेद करना,छेदना
    • 행사 कार्यक्रम (남성),घटना (여성), प्रतियोगिता (여성), समारोह (남성),रसम, अवसर (남성)
    • 할인하다 कम करना,खंडन करना,बट्टा काटना,काट लेना,निकाल लेना
    • 정액 निर्णीत राशि
    • 일기장 दैनिक विवरण,दैनिक वृत्त की पुस्तिका,पाकेट बुक,डायरी (여성), दैनिकी
    • 조롱 उपहास (남성),छल,दिखाना,नकल (여성),मज़ाक (남성),वेष,स्वांग,हँसी,हंसी ठठ्ठा
    • 인가 1. अनुमोदन,आधिकारिक अनुमति, मंज़ूरी या संस्वीकृति देना, प्राधिकार 2. निवास स्थान,आवास गृह
    • 지출하다 खर्च (남성),खर्चा (남성),मूल्य,लागत (여성),व्यय (여성),उड़ा देना,खर्च करना,व्यय करना,उपयोग करना,खर्च कर डालना,समय बिताना,उड़ाना,बिताया जाना,काटना, गुजारना,बिताना
    • 전파 विस्तार (남성), वृद्धि, चौड़ाई (여성), प्रचार (남성),प्रसार (남성),फैलाव (넘성)
    • 응축하다 गाढ़ा होना,जमना,जमाना,संक्षिप्त करना,गाढ़ा करना,घनीभूत होना,संघनित करना,सघन करना गाढ़ा हो जाना,घना होना,गाढ़ा करना,घना करना,द्रवीकरण होना
    • 인수인 गेरन्टॉर / गैरन्टॉर,जिम्मा करनेवाला,गारंटी देने वाला
    • 종자 बीज,नस्ल
    • 전단하다 कतरना,काटना,छीनना,ऊन कतरना,कैंची से काटना,बाल काटना
    • 전직하다 नौकरी बदलना
    • 일문 ख़ानदान,गृहस्थी,गोत्र,घराना,जाति (여성),परिजन,परिवार (남성),पूर्वज (남성),वंश (남성),वर्ग (남성),श्रेणी
    • 장단 ताल, लय
    • 인수 किसी का नियंत्रण या दायित्व सँभालना
    • 진혼곡 किसी के मरणोपरांत गाया जाने वाला दुखद गीत। / रुदाली
    • 의사 चिकित्सक,डाक्टर
    • 임관 नियुक्ति
    • 위부 अकेलापन (남성),अपसर्जन (남성), एकाकीपन (남성), त्याग (남성),परित्यक्तता (여성),परित्याग (남성),संन्यास (남성),पूर्ण त्याग (남성),सम्पूर्ण आत्मोत्सर्ग
    • 영조물 कोठी, घर (남성),निर्माण (남성),बनावट (여성), भवन (남성), भवन-निर्माण (남성), हवेली (여성), इमारत (여성)
    • 실전 वास्तविक लड़ाई
    • 예산 बजट। खर्च करने वाली राशि
    • 아버지 पिता
    • 아손 बच्चे और पोते
    • 심신 मन और शरीर, शरीर और आत्मा
    • 연속 निरंतर,क्रमिक रूप से
    • 용병술 कार्यनीति,चालें, युक्ति,युक्तियाँ,रणकौशल (남성),रणनीति,व्यूहकौशल,युद्द कौशल
    • 생수 खनिज जल,मिनरल वाटर
    • 세극 दरार
    • 보통 आम, औसत साधारण, सामान्य, नियमित रूप से, आम तौर पर, साधारणतया
    • 사계 चार मौसम
    • 상업주의 व्यापारिकता,व्यापारिक बुद्धि
    • 섭외 जन संपर्क
    • 소멸하다 अंत (남성),अवसान (남성),उन्मूलन (남성),नाश (남성),बुझना,लोप (남성),विनाश (남성),विलोप,विलोपन (남성),समापन (남성),समाप्ति (여성),लुप्त होना (남성)
    • 발행자 पब्लिशर,प्रचलित करने वाला (남성),प्रकाशक (남성)
    • 변론 प्रतिरक्षा (여성), बचाव,रक्षा,वकालत,सफ़ाई,हिफ़ाज़त,प्रतिरक्षक,,(남성),प्रतिरोधक (남성),बचाव (남성),रक्षा (여성),सुरक्षा (여성)
    • 성녀 महिला संत
    • 상기 इससे ऊपर,उपर्युक्त बात या विषय
    • 성심 ईमानदारी,सच्चाई
    • 상속 वंशानुक्रम,वंशानुगतता,वरासत,विरासत (여성),पैतृक धन,पैत्रिक धन,उत्तराधिकार (남성),उत्तराधिकारी (남성),धरोहर (여성),बपौती (여성)
    • 속서 एक बेकार किताब
    • 소개परिचय
    • 보충하다 पूरा करना , फिर से , भर देना ,फिर से भरना
    • 상인 दुकानदार, दुकान का मालिक
    • 등록 पंजीकरण, पंजीयन, रजिस्ट्रीकरण
    • 무연하다 आशाहीन, निराश, हताश, हतोत्साह
    • 나포 गिरफ़्तारी,बंदीकरण
    • 등록하다 पंजीकृत करना, दर्ज करना
    • 목자 शेपर्ड
    • 가락 राग; धुन
    • 경찰 अधिकारी, पुलिस
    • 근방 पड़ोस, आस-पास
    • 가스실 गैस कक्ष
    • 교칙 स्कूल के नियम
    • 규칙 कायदा,सिद्धांत,सूत्र (남성),नियम
    • 구 1.नौ(अंक) 2.पदबंध 3.स्वर की ऊँचाई का स्तर 4.किसी नगर या देश का आधिकारिक खंड या प्रभाग
    • 경직하다 कड़ा पड़ जाना, अकड़ जाना
    • 가미 आनंद बढ़ानेवाली वस्तु,स्वादिष्ट बनानेवाली वस्तु
    • 궁형 अर्धचंद्राकार, अर्ध चाँद के आकार का
    • 개조 फिर से बनाना
    • 교부금 खुलासा करना,आर्थिक मदद,अनुदान (남성),सहायता (여성),आर्थिक सहायता (여성),रूपये की सहायता,अनुदान (남성),अनुवृत्ति
    • 경결 घनीकरण (남성), जमना
    • 재미없다 अरुचिकर, उबाऊ
    • 겁나다 आतंकित , भयभीत , भयाकुल , भयातुर , डरा हुआ ,डर हुआ
    • 싱숭생숭 noun घबराने वाला ,कमज़ोर दिल का , शीघ्र घबराने वालाadjective शीघ्र घबराने वाला,भाववाहक , मतलब से भरा हुआ ,कमज़ोर नसों का
    • 보글보글 धीरे-धीरे पकना, क्रोध की अवस्था में बने रहना , उबालना , खदबदाना , सिमसिमाना , धीरे धीरे खौलना
    • 뻔뻔하다 निर्लज्ज बेशर्म ,बेहूदा,गुस्ताख़
    • 악기 संगीत के उपकरण
    • 민족주의 राष्ट्रवाद독재정권 तानाशाही효용 प्रयोग (남성),प्रयोजन (남성)

Most Common Korean Words List of 2021 – Korean Noun

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Most common Korean words list

In this article, we are going to teach the most commonly used Korean words and their pronunciation. This is the first part of the Korean vocabulary series.

Korean vocabulary with pronunciation

Fruits and vegetables in Korean 과일, 야채, 채소 영어로

EnglishEnglish to KoreanPronunciation
Apple사과sagwa
Apricot살구salgu
Asparagus아스파라거스asupharagasu
Aubergine / BRINJAL / EGGPLANT가지khaji
Avocado아보카도abokado
Baked beans찐 콩chin khong
Banana바나나fanana
beansprouts콩나물khong-namul
beetroot홍당무hong-dangmu
blackberry블랙베리bullek-beri
blackcurrant블랙커런트bullek-kharanthu
blueberry블루베리bulluberi
broccoli브로콜리burokholli
Brussels sprouts양배추yang-phechhu
bunch of bananas바나나 한 송이phanana haan songi
bunch of grapes포도 한 송이phodo han songi
cabbage배추phechhu
carrot당근thang-gun
cauliflower꽃양배추kot yang phechhu
celery샐러리sellari
cherry체리cheri
chilli/Red pepper고추kochhu
clove of garlic마늘 한 쪽manul han chok
coconut코코넛khokhonat
courgette애호박e-hobak
cucumber오이oi
fig무화과muhwaaga
French beans프렌치 콩furenchi khong
garlic마늘 manul
ginger생강 seng-gang
gooseberry구스베리 gusuberi
grape포도 fodo
grapefruit자몽 chhamong
kidney beans강낭콩 khangnang-khong
kiwi fruit 키위 khiwi
leek 대파 defa
lemon레몬 lemon
lettuce 양상추 yangsangju
lime라임 laim
mango 망고 mango
melon멜론 mellon
mushroom버섯 fasat
onion양파yangfa
orange 오렌지 orenji
peach복숭아 foksunga
pearfe
peaskhong
guava 구아바guaba
pineapple파인애플 faineful
plum자두chhadu
pomegranate석류 sakryu
potato감자 khamja
pumpkin호박hobak
radishmu
raspberry라즈베리 rajuberi
soup수프sufu
spinach시금치 sigumchi
spring onionfa
squash호박 hobak
strawberry딸기 talgi

banana in Korean – 바나나

orange in Korean – 오렌지

한굴                     Pronunciation            Meaning

과일                      gwail                       fruit

과일 샐러드            gwail saelleodeu       fruit salad

야자                    yaja                            Coconut

리치                    richi                            Litchi

용과                yonggwa                          Dragon Fruit

금귤                 geumgyul                         Kumquat

앵두                 aengdu                             Korean Cherry

청포도              cheongpodo                      Green grapes

한라봉              hallabong                          Jeju Orange

모과                  mogwa                             Chinese quince

모과                 mogwa                                Quince

람부탄              rambutan                             Rambutan

아몬드              amondeu                               almond

감미로운           gammiroun                            Sweetlime

버찌                  beochi                                    cherry

호두                  hodoo                                    walnut

산딸기류 열매    santtalgilyu yeolmae                 berry

망고스틴          manggoseutin                            Mangosteen

참외                chamwe                                    Oriental Melon

파파야멜론        papayamellon                            Papaya Melon

단감                thangam                                    hard persimmon

홍시                 hogsi                                         soft persimmon

곶감                 gotgam                                     dried persimmon

커스터드 애플     khasuthaadu eful                       Custard Apple

감미로운           gammiroun                                Sweetlime

잭 과일             jek gwail                                     Jackfruit

별 모양의 과일    byeol moyang-ui gwail                 star fruit

과일 한 조각       gwail han jogak                          piece of fruit

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Most common Korean words list – Vegetables in Korean

sweet potato고구마 khokuma
corn / sweetcorn옥수수 oksusu
tinned tomatoes토마토 통조림 thomatho thong-chhorip
tomato토마토 thomatho
turnip순무sunmu
Persimmonkham
Mustard khat
mandarinkhyul
cauliflower 꽃양배추kotyang phechhu
rice field non
soybean대두dedu
bellflower 도라지doraji
wheat mil
chestnut fam
leek 부추fuchhu
barley 보리fori
watermelon 수박subak
citron 유자yuja
plum 자두, 매실chhadu,mesil
(musk) melon 참외chhamwei
papaya파파야fafaya
red bean fat
green pepper 풋고추fut-kochu
brown rice 현미hyunmi
carrot 홍당무hongdangmu
rye 호밀homil
gingko nut 은행unheng
gluten찹쌀chhapsal
green[unripe] fruit선 과일sun-khwail
orchard과수원khwasuwon

Most common Korean words list – snacks in Korean

English WordEnglish to Korean
a loaf of bread빵 한 덩어리
a packet of biscuits비스킷곽
a packet of cheese치즈통
a packet of crisps감자칩 봉지
bag of potatoes감자 봉지
bar of chocolate초콜렛 바
bottle of milk우유병
box of eggs계란 상자
carton of milk우유팩
jar of jam잼병
pack of butter버터곽
punnet of strawberries딸기 바구니
tin of baked beans구운 콩이 담긴 깡통
tub of ice cream아이스크림 통

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MOST COMMON KOREAN WORDS LIST – Food in Korean(Meat)

Bacon  베이컨beikeon
Beef  쇠고기so-khogi
Chicken  닭고기thak- khogi
Duck meat 오리 고기ori khogi
Cooked meat 요리한 고기yorihan khogi
Ham  햄hem
Lamb  양고기yang khogi
Liver  간khan
Sausage  소시지sosiji
Turkey  칠면조Chhilmyanjo
Pork  돼지고기doeji khogi
ENGLISHENGLISH TO KOREANPRONUNCIATION
baguette 바케뜨bakhetu
baking powder 제빵 가루chepang karu
blue cheese 파란색 치즈faransek chiju
bread rolls 롤빵rol-pang
brown bread 갈색빵khalsek-pang
brown sugar 갈색 설탕khalsek salthang
butter 버터ba-tha
cake 케이크kheikhu
cheese 치즈chiju
cooking oil 식용유sikyongyu
cornflour 옥수수 가루oksusu kharu
cottage cheese 코티지 치즈khothiji chiju
cream 크림khurim
dates 대추dechhu
dried apricots 건살구khansalgu
eggs 알,달걀, 계란al, dallyak, wuyu
full-fat milk 고지방 우유khojibang wuyu
garlic bread 마늘빵manul pang
goats cheese 염소젖으로 만든 치즈yamso chiju
icing sugar 아이싱 설탕aising salthang
milk 우유wuyu
olive oil 올리브오일ollibu oil
pastry 반죽 과자fanjuk khwaja
plain flour 일반 밀가루iban milkharu
raisins 건포도khanfodo
self-raising flour 제과용 밀가루chekhwayong milkharu
sponge cake 스폰지 케이크suphonji kheikhu
sugar 설탕salthang
white bread 흰빵hwin pang
yeast효모hyomo
yoghurt요구르트yoguruthu
chilli powder고춧가루kochukaru
cinnamon계피khyefi
curry powder카레 가루khare karu
paprika파프리카fafurikha
saffron샤프란syafuran
organic유기농의yuginong – we
coriander고수의 열매khosuwe yeolme
ketchup케첩khechhap
mayonnaise마요네즈 mayoneju
mustard겨자 khyaja
pepper후추 huchhu
salad dressing샐러드 드레싱 selladu duresing
salt소금 sogum
vinaigrette 식초 드레싱 sikchho duresing
vinegar식초sikchho

Most common Korean words list-Food in Korean

ENGLISHENGLISH TO KOREANPRONUNCIATION
breakfast cereal아침 시리얼achim – sirial
cornflakes콘프레이크khon fuleikhu
honeykul
jamchem
marmalade마멀레이드ma maleidu
noodlesmyun
Pasta sauce파스타 소스fasutha – sosu
pasta파스타fasutha
pizza피자fija
porridgechuk
ricesal
spaghetti스파게티suphagethi
toast토스트thosuthu

Rice – Bap – 밥

Bread – Ppang – 빵

Pizza – Pija – 피자

Meat – Gogi – 고기

Cake – Keikeu – 케이크

Candy – Satang – 사탕

Kimchi – Gimchi – 김치

Beef – Soegogi – 쇠고기

Pork – Dwaejigogi – 돼지고기

Instant Noodles – Ra-myeon – 라면

Hamburger – Haembeogeo – 햄버거

Cheese Burger – Chijeubeogeo – 치즈버거

Fast Food – Paeseuteu pudeu – 패스트 푸드

Fried Rice with Kimchi – Gimchibokkeumbap

Basic Korean Words / Most common Korean words list

Basil                    바질                         BAZIL
Biscuits                비스킷                      BISUKHIT
Chives                 골파                         KHOLPHA
Chocolate             초콜렛                     CHHOKHOLLET
Crisps                  감자칩                      KHAMJA CHHIP
chips                   감자 칩

frozen peas           냉동 완두콩              Nenddong wandukhong

frozen pizza           냉동 피자                Nengdong fija

ice cream               아이스크림              Aaiskhurim

Nuts                  땅콩                          TANG KHONG
Olives                올리브                       OLLIB
Parsley              파슬리                       PHASULLI
Peanuts             땅콩                          TANG KHONG
Rosemary           로즈마리                    ROJUMARI
Sage                  개꽃                          KHE – KOT
Sweets               사탕                         SATHANG
Thyme                백리향                      PHEKRIHYANG
Walnuts              호두                         HODU

Most common Korean words list – DRINKS IN KOREAN

Water – Mul – 물

Juice – Juseu – 주스

Coffee – Keopi – 커피

Milk – Uyu – 우유

Tea – Cha – 차

Soju – Soju – 소주

Alcohol – Alkool – 알코올

Wine – Podoju – 포도주

Beer – Maekju – 맥주

Caffe latte – Kaperatte – 카페라떼

Fruit juice – Gwail juseu – 과일 주스

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Name of weekdays

SpanishcoreanoRomanizationEnglish
lunes월요일Wor-yoilMonday
martes화요일Hwa-yoilTuesday
miércoles수요일Soo-yoilWednesday
jueves목요일Mog-yoilThursday
viernes금요일Geum-yoilFriday
sábado토요일To-yoilSaturday
domingo일요일Ee-ryoilSunday

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mes 월/달

Meses del ano coreano

SpanishcoreanoRomanizationEnglish
enero1월 (일월)Eer-wol January
febrero2월 (이월)Ee-wolFebruary
marzo3월 (삼월)Sam-wolMarch
abril4월 (사월)Sa-wolApril
mayo5월 (오월)wo-wolMay
junio6월 (유월 )Yu-wol June
julio7월 (칠월)Chil-wolJuly
agosto8월 (팔월)Pal-wolAugust
septiembre9월 (구월)Goo-wolSeptember
octubre10월 (시월)Shi-wolOctober
noviembre11월 (십일월)Shibeel-wolNovember
diciembre12월 (십이월)Shibee-wolDecember

what are the days of the week in Korean?

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  • 월요일     Wor-yoil              Monday
  • 화요일     Hwa-yoil            Tuesday
  • 수요일     Su-yoil               Wednesday
  • 목요일     Mog-yoil             Thursday
  • 금요일     Geum-yoil           Friday
  • 토요일     Tho-yoil              Saturday
  • 일요일 Ir-yoil Sunday

Time and Date in Korean

In this lesson, you will learn Time and date related Korean vocabularies and phrases. This lesson has covered all aspects of vocabularies about Days of the week in Korean, Days of the month in Korean, Year in the Korean language, (일/날/요일, 주,달/월/개 월, 년). We have gathered all the frequently asked questions related to time in the Korean language.

          날/일/요일/낮/주간/하루/ 당일/ 매일의 all these Korean terms means a day(But in English they have slightly different meanings). But when we talk about the specific day we say 날/일.

       요일 is used to speak about the days of the week in Korean. As we know a month has up to 31 days, let’s study about days in Korean.

To completely understand Days of the week and month first, you need to learn about Numbers in Korean(native Korean numbers, Sino Korean Numbers, Sino and Native numbers in the chart). Because Korean numbers are used to count the day of the week and month.

Let’s see some examples of days-

If we have to ask “which day”?

며칠 / 무슨 일 / 무슨 날? is used

13th of this month is 이번 달 십사일 in Korean.

이번-This

달-Month

십삼-13

일-day

     We just keep adding Sino Korean number according to the day before 일.

Day 1 is  일일 iril

Day 2 is  이일 i-il

Day 5 is  오일 o-il

Day 10 is 십 일 sib-il

Day 15 is 십오 일 sibo-il

Day 20 is 이십 일 isib-il

Day 25 is 이십오 일 isib-o-il

Day 30 is 삼십 일 sam-sib-il

Day 31 is 삼십일일-samsibil-il

Example

If we have to ask “which day”? 며칠 / 무슨 일 / 무슨 날?

13th of this month is 이번 달 십사일 in Korean.

이번-This

달-Month

십삼-13

일-day.

We just keep adding Sino Korean number according to the day before 일.

Day in Korean language

DateKoreanFormulaTransliteration
1.일일1 + 일Iril
2.이일2 + 일Ee il
3삼일3 + 일sam il
4사일4 + 일sa il
5오일5 + 일o il
6육일6 + 일yuk il
7칠일7 + 일chil il
8팔일8 + 일fal il
9구일9 + 일gu il
10십일10 + 일sibil
11십일일11 + 일sib iril
12십이일12 + 일sibi il
13십삼일13 + 일sibsam il
14십사일14 + 일sibsa il
15십오일15 + 일sibo il
16십육일16 + 일sibyuk il
17십칠일17 + 일sibchil il
18십팔일18 + 일sibfal il
19십구일19 + 일sibgu il
20이십일20 + 일isibil
21이십일일21 + 일isibiril
22이십이일22 + 일isibi il
23이십삼릴23 + 일isibsam il
24이십사일24 + 일isibsa il
25이십오일25 + 일isibo il
26이십육일26 + 일isibyuk il
27이십칠일27 + 일isibchil il
28이십팔일28 + 일isibfal il
29이십구일29 + 일isibgu il
30삼십일30 + 일samsibil
31삼십일일31 + 일samsib iril

writing the date in korean

      It is very easy to count days in Korean. Here is a small list of Counting days in Korean.

  • These days is 요즈음
  • Now is 현재, 지금, 이제
  • Immediately is 즉시, 즉각, 바로
  • Today is 오늘
  • Tomorrow is 내일
  • Day after Tomorrow is 모레
  • Yesterday is 어제
  • last[yesterday] evening is 어제저녁 
  • last night is 어젯밤 
  • A day before Yesterday is 그저께, 그제
  • The month before last, two months ago is 지지난달
  • The Week before last, two weeks ago is 지지난주
  • One day is 하루
  • Two days is  이틀
  • Three days is 사흘
  • Ten days is 열흘
  • Eleven days is 열하루
  • Twelve days is 열이틀
  • Nineteen days is 열나흐레
  • Twenty days is 스물
  • Twenty-one days is 스물하루
  • One month is 한 달, 1개월
  • One year is 일 년
  • One decade is 10[십]년
  • One century is 100년, 세기
  • Long-time ago is 한 달

Days of the week in Korean

     A week is 주 in Korean and day of the week is 요일 so you just need to add a name before 요일 to say any day of the week. Now let’s start from Monday

월요일     Wor-yoil              Monday

화요일     Hwa-yoil            Tuesday

수요일     Su-yoil               Wednesday

목요일     Mog-yoil             Thursday

금요일     Geum-yoil           Friday

토요일     Tho-yoil              Saturday

일요일 Ir-yoil Sunday

      Before 요일, every day of the week has its own name and they have the special meaning according to East Asian philosophy. 

These names are derived from Chinese names

(wol) means moon day

(hwa) means fire day

(su) means water day [sea water is 해수, cold water is 냉수 and hot water is 온수]

(mok)  means a wood day

(geum) means gold or metal day

(tho)  means earth day

(il)  means sun day

Korean days of the week hanja

HanjaKorean/ EnglishMeaning
일요일/ Sunday(일) Day, sun
월요일/ Monday(월) Month, Moon
화요일/ Tuesday(화) Fire
수요일/ Wednesday(수) Water
목요일/ Thursday(목) Wood, Tree
금요일/ Friday(금/김) Gold, Metal
토요일/ Saturday(토) Earth

How to write date in Korean?

날짜 means the date in Korean. We already studied Sino Korean numbers in past lessons. If you haven’t read that lesson please read that first. Sino Korean number (일,이,삼,사,오) is used to tell the date in Korean.

  • 새해(sehe)means a new year
  • 년 (neyon)means a year
  • 월 (wol)means a month
  • 일 (Il)means a day. 
  • The rule of expressing date in Korea is  – YYYY-MM-DD or 년-월-일.
  • Time format in Korea is   –  HH:MM: SS or 시-분-초.

Months in Korean

      월 and 달 both mean a month in Korean. But they are used in different circumstances.

    달 is used for counting period of months like 이번달, 지난 달, 다음달 and 월 is used only for January, February, March, April, May, June, …., December. 

          In other words, 월 is used to say the name of a month. 달 has another meaning also that is the moon.

The month of January  – 1월[일월]

several months later – 몇 달[개월] 뒤에

Ten-month contract  – 10개월짜리 계약

달 개월 차이

달 is used with native Korean numbers (한달, 두달, 세달, 네달, 다섯달, 여섯달, 일곱달…)

개월 is used with Sino or Chinese numbers (일개월, 이개월, 삼개월, 사개월, 오개월, 육개월,칠개월 …)

In daily conversation, 달 is more commonly used.

월 is used (Cardinal Number): 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6..

  1. ex) 1월, 2월, 3월, 4월, 5월….

달 is used(Ordinal Number) : 하나, 둘, 셋, 넷, 다섯….

  1. ex) 한 달, 두 달, 셋 달, ….

첫 달, 마지막 달, 이번달, 지난 달, 다음달….

Here is another example of 달 and 월

달: 영어 공부 하는데 5 달이 걸렸다

개월: 영어 공부 하는데 5개월이 걸렸다.

Months in Korean language

Name of MonthKorean MonthsTransliteration
January1월 (일월)Eel-wol
February2월 (이월)Ee-wol
March3월 (삼월)Sam-wol
April 4월 (사월)Sa-wol
May5월 (오월)Wo-wol
June6월 (유월 )Yu-wol
July7월 (칠월)Chil-wol
August8월 (팔월)Fal-wol
September9월 (구월)Goo-wol
October10월 (시월)Shi-wol
November11월 (십일월)Shibeel-wol
December12월 (십이월)Shibee-wol
Month in korean hangul

Month in Korean hangul

month in korean hangul
month in korean hangul

       In English, you have a special word for each month like January February March April, but in Korean it is different. 월  means month. 월 is hanja and derived from Chinese characters.

월 has two meaning moon and month.       

         The meaning of 월초 is the beginning of the month. 월  means month and 초 means beginning. Also, 월말 means the end of the month. 

월 is a month and 말 means end or last.

      It is very easy to tell the name of the month in the Korean language. Basically to describe the month you just need to add the Sino Korean number before 월. Just add 1 to 12 Sino Korean number before 월. But there are some exceptions.

For the month of June and October, you have to be careful.

     June is not 육월, its 유월(final consonant ㄱ is removed) and October is not 십월 its 시월(final consonant ㅂ is removed.

How to write dates in Korean?

Dates in Korean
Dates in Korean

How to tell time in Korean?

 The date is 날짜 and time is 시간/ 시각/ 타임 in the Korean language. we have already studied about Sino Korean number and native Korean numbering system

         Now we are going to use them here. The native Korean number is used to tell the hour and Sino Korean number is used to tell minutes and seconds.

한시     (han-si)    1 o’clock

두 시    (du-si)      2 o’clock

세 시   (se-si)      3 o’clock

네 시    (ne_si)     4 o’clock

These four native numbers are slightly changed when it attached with a noun.

하나+시=한시    (ㅏ is removed)

둘+시=두 시      (ㄹ is removed)

셋+시= 세 시     ( is removed)

넷+시=네 시     (ㅅ is removed)

After these 4 numbers, remaining numbers are used in their original form

다섯 시    (daseosshi)             5 o’clock

여섯 시    (yeoseosshi)       6 o’clock

일곱 시    (ilgopshi)           7 o’clock

여덟 시     (yeodulshi)         8 o’clock

아홉 시      (ahopshi)           9 o’clock

열 시          (yeolshi)       10 o’clock

열한 시      (yeolhanshi)     11 o’clock

열두시      (yeoldooshi)     12 o’clock

        오전 (ojeon) is AM (before noon) and 오후 (ohu) is PM (afternoon). So, we have to say 오전한 시 (ojeon Hanshi) for 1 am and 오후 한 시 (ohu Hanshi) for 1 pm. 

Let’s see some examples of 오전-

오전 한 시 (ojeon hanshi) = 1 am

오전 두 시 (ojeon dooshi) = 2 am

오전 다섯 시 (ojeon daseosshi) = 5 am

오전 열 시 (ojeon yeolshi) = 10 am

오전 열한 시 (ojeon yeolhanshi) = 11 am

오전 열두 시 (ojeon yeoldooshi) = 12 am

오후

오후 한 시 (ohu hanshi) = 1 pm

오후 두 시 (ohu dooshi) = 2 pm

오후 다섯 시 (ohu daseosshi) = 5 pm

오후 열 시 (ohu yeolshi) = 10 pm

오후 열한 시 (ohu yeolhanshi) = 11 pm

오후 열두 시 (ohu yeoldooshi) = 12 pm

       In English when we have to say the time we just use a number but in Korean, we must use an hour and a minute after the numbers. 

  For example, Suppose 1:30 pm is 한 시 30 분. Here 시 is hour and 분 is minute.we can also say 한시 반. Here 반 means half. Let’s see some examples

1:15 we must use     

1한시(Han-Shi) 15 십오분 (shipoboon) and 

2:45 we must use

2:45  2두 시(du-shi) 45사십오분 (sashipo-boon).

How to write time in Korean?

What time is it now? 지금 몇 시예요?

It’s 5:30 now. 지금 다섯 시 삼십분이에요. / 지금 다섯 시 반이에요. – 

10 Hour –  열 시

18 minutes – 십팔 분

30 seconds – 삼십 초

1:25 – 한 시 이십오  분

        Midnight is 자정 in Korean language but in daily conversation, people say 밤 열두시 rather than 자정.밤 is night and 열두시 means 12 o’clock.

새벽 두 시 (saebyeok dooshi) = 2 at dawn or late night 2.

아침 일곱 시 (achim ilgopshi) = 7 in the morning.

      12 noon is 정오 in Korean but just like 자정(midnight), people don’t use it normally in daily life. Rather than 정오 people use 낮 열두 시or 오후 열두 시.

저녁 일곱 시 (junhyeok ilgopshi) = 7 in the evening.

밤 일곱 시 (bam ilgopshi) = 7 at a night .

you can use both 저녁 or 밤 to tell time after 6. 저녁 is evening and 밤 is a night.

오전 세 시 (Ojeon se-shi).

새벽 세 시(Saebyeok se-shi).

you can use both 새벽 and 오전 to tell time after 12 AM till 6 AM. 새벽 means Dawn and 오전에는 means morning.

Note – The Korean letter 시 has many meanings depending upon the situation. we studied 시 means o’clock but it can also mean a poem or city.

      Talking about time Both south and North Korea has the same time zone (GMT+9) and both 12-hour and 24-hour notation system is used in Korea.

months in Korean  월/ 월달

date in Korean  날짜

Korean date format

YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM: SS

2020-01(month)-11(day)

How to write date in Korean?

    In Korea, you have to use YY/MM/DD system to tell the specific date.

Example-

YEAR/MONTH/DAY

2018/09/05  이천 십팔년 구 월 오 일

     If you have to tell your birthday you just say February 15th,1988 in English but in Korean 1988-February-15(천구백 팔십팔 년 이 월 십오일)

Happy new year in the Korean language 새해 복 많이 받으세요.

simple Korean phrases for beginners

Question- 오늘 무슨 요일이에요?(Asking formally) What day is it today?

 Answer- 오늘은 수요일이에요.

Question- 오늘 무슨 요일이야?(Asking casually/informally) What day is it today?

Answer- 오늘은 토요일이에요.

What’s the date today? 오늘 몇 월 며칠이에요?

What date is your birthday? 생일이 몇 월 며칠이에요? / 생일이 언제이에요?

월요일부터 금요일 저녁까지 일해요. I work from Monday to Friday evening.

오늘은 토요일이에요.Today is Saturday

토요일에 거미를 죽였어요. On Saturday I killed a spider.

Time and Date in Korean (Korean simple words)

  • today in Korean  – 오늘
  • Sunday in Korean  – 일요일
  • Saturday in Korean  – 토요일
  • Friday in Korean  – 금요일
  • Tuesday in Korean  – 화요일
  • Thursday in Korean  – 목요일
  • June in Korean – 6th month – 6월
  • April in Korean – 4월
  • Korean word for Korea – 한국
  • November in Korean – 11월
  • August in Korean – 8월
  • 2019 in Korean – 2019년
  • Time in Korean – 시간
  • Days of the week – ..요일
  • Korean time format – HH/MM/SS
  • Time in Korean – 시간
  • Months in Korean – 달, 월
  • Next month in Korean – 다음 달
  • Last year in Korean – 작년
  • Korean date Format – yy/mm/dd
  • 매주의   weekly
  • 일 주      one week
  • 주말       weekend
  • 주말 여행    weekend trip
  • 주말 부부    long-distance couple
  • 주말 농장    weekend farming
  • 주말 가족 특선  special family menu
  • 평일      Weekday
  • 평일에       on weekday
  • 평일 조식    Breakfast
  • 평일 점심 특선 weekday lunch special
  • 매일          Day-to-day/ Everyday
  • 오늘 (onul)   Today
  • 어제 (Oje)    Yesterday
  • 내일 (naeil)   Tomorrow
  • Last + Last Week (2 weeks ago) 지지난 주
  • Last Week 지난 주
  • This Week 이번 주
  • Next Week 다음 주
  • Next + Next Week (in 2 weeks) 다다음 주
  • 안녕히 주무세요 Good night
  • 안녕 Hi/Hello
  • 안녕 goodbye, Hi
  • 일어나 Wake up
  • 안녕하세요 Good morning/ good afternoon/ good evening
  • 좋은 아침  Good morning
  • 안녕   Goodbye
  • 안녕하세요 Annyeonghaseyo – hi/hello
  • Which month? 몇월?
  • Last +Last Month (2 months ago) 지지난 달
  • Last Month 지난 달
  • This Month 이번 달
  • Next Month 다음 달
  • Next + Next Month (in 2 months)  다다음 달
  • 석 달 seok dal (three months)
  • 넉 달 neok jan (four months)
  • 오뉴월 onyuwol (May and June)
  • 유월 yuwol (June)
  • 한달 동안 month-long
  • 매월 monthly
  • 월세 monthly rent
  • 월경 period, menstruation
  • 월급 monthly pay
  • 달력 calendar
  • 한달에 한 번 once a month
  • 역월 calendar month
  • 태음월 moon month
  • 태양 월 solar month
  • 광월 light month
  • 1개월간 For a month-long
  • 해가 갈수록[매년] every year
  • 해마다 year after year
  • 한 살 1year
  • 신년, 새해 new year
  • 학년 school year, grade (level)
  • 몇 년 동안 for years
  • 작년 Last Year
  • 올해 this year
  • 내년 Next Year

How do you say next month in korean?

Next month in korean language is 다음달. next week is 다음주 and next year is 내년.

How do you say 2 months in Korean?

두 달 is 2 months in korean. 두 is derived from 둘 which is a native korean number.

How do you count months in Korean?

Sino korean number is used to say korean months. 달 (dal, native number) or 개월 (gae wol, Sino-Korean number)
일월 – 달 – ilwol (dal), January.
이월 – 달 – iwol (dal), February.
삼월 – 달 – samwol (dal), March.
사월 – 달 – sawol (dal), April.
오월 – 달 – owol (dal), May.
유월 – 달 – yuwol (dal), June.

How do you say two days in Korean?

Haru 하루 means one day and 이틀 mean two days. 이 일 is also right word for 2 days but people use 이틀 more commonly.

How do you count days in Korean?

Sino korean number is used to count korean days.
1 day is 일일
2 days is 이틀
3 days is 삼 일
4 dasy is 사일

How to say the date in Korean?

There are many words to say date in korean language. They are 날짜, 시기[때/시대], 약속, 데이트, 데이트 상대

How to say the year in Korean?

Year means 해[년/연]in korean. 1년 is 1 year. 올해 means this year. 내년 is next year and 작년 is last year. 열두 달 means 12 months which is one year.
여러 해 동안 year after year
전년 year on year
매년 every year
새해 첫 날, 1월 1일 New years day
해마다 yearly, annually, every year

How to write day in Korean?

하루, 요일, 낮, 주간, [날/일] each of these word means day/date in korean.

What does June mean in Korean?

– 6월 (유월 yuwol) is June in korean. 육 means six in sino korean number and 월 means month. But it is not right to say 육월. The correct pronunciation is 유월 yuwol

How to master Korean numbers? Top 10 tips of Korean number

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Korean numbers and their usage

 Korean numbers are counted in 2 different systems. 숫자 (Sutja) Korean number and 수사 (Susa) is numeral in the Korean language. First of all, let’s learn some Korean number related names or terms that are used for the calculation.

  • Division is 나누기 in Korean
  • Multiplication is 곱하기 in Korean
  • Subtraction is 빼기 in Korean
  • Plus is 더하기 in Korean
Sino Korean numbers
Sino Korean Number

The first thing we need to know about Korean Number is that there is two numbering system in Korean. These two systems of numbering are the Sino-Korean number (SKN) and the Native Korean number(NKN).

Korean Counter

These are counting units or counting particles of korean language. Korea has a unique system to count different things. Korean has given unique names to count different items.

  1. 월 month – 삼 개월 3 months
  2. 달 month – 세달 3 month
  3. 권 (gwon) 세 권, 네 권 – Books
  4. 병 (byung) 다섯 병, 여섯 병 – Bottles
  5. 살 (sal) 일곱 살, 여덟 살 – Age
  6. 켤레 (kyullae)Shoes & socks – 일곱 켤레, 여덟 켤레
  7. 가지(kaji) kinds, varieties, sorts – 몇 가지 Few types/ kinds
  8. 갑 (kap) pack (cigarettes), box
  9. 개 Ge (General physical items/ anything)
  10. 건 (geon) agenda items, assembly bills
  11. 곡 (gok) songs, music pieces
  12. 과 (gwa) lessons, chapters
  13. 군데 (gunde) places, institutions
  14. 권 (gwon) 책 (Chhek) – books
  15. 그루 (guru) 나무 (tress), rice plants, shrubs
  16. 그릇/공기/접시 food (vessel, bowl, dish)
  17. 끼/끼니 meal
  18. 년 (Nyeon) years
  19. 다발 (Dabal) bunch of flowers
  20. 단 (dan) bunches/ bundles (radishes, scallions, wood, fruit)
  21. 대 (De) 자동차 (cars), injections, vehicles, cars, aeroplanes and other machinery
  22. 대, 개비 tiny slender objects like cigarettes, matches etc
  23. 도 (do) degrees (temperature)
  24. 마디 (Madi) phrases, joints, and musical measures
  25. 마리 (mari) 세 마리, 네 마리 animals
  26. 매 (Me) sheets of paper (formal/written form)
  27. 명 (myeong) People in general (informal) 한 명, 두 명
  28. 모 (Mo) tofu, i.e. block, square, piece, cake
  29. 모금 (Mogum) a sip, a puff (water, cigarette)
  30. 문 (Mun) artillery piece
  31. 벌 (Beol) items of clothing, sets (chopsticks, dishes, documents, clothes, furniture, tools, cards)
  32. 병(pyeong) bottles of liquid 소주, 맥주
  33. 봉지 (bongji) paper bags
  34. 부 (Bu) newspaper, printed copies of thesis or report, volume (of a book and magazine)
  35. 분 (boon) (Respect/ formal word for people) 한분 one person, 두분 Two person, minute 일분 One minute,이분 Two minute 분 servings of food
  36. 불, 전 dollars, cents
  37. 사람 people (informal)
  38. 상자 (sangja) box, chest
  39. 손 (swon) two fish (like mackerels)
  40. 송이 (Songi) 꽃, 바나나, 포도 (bunch) picked flowers, bunches of grapes, bunches of bananas
  41. 숟갈, 젓갈 a bite, a spoonful (of rice)
  42. 시 (si) hour (o’clock)
  43. 시간 (sigan) hour (duration)
  44. 쌍 (sang) a couple, a pair (animate things)
  45. 알 (Aal) eggs, pills, potatoes, candy
  46. 자루 (Jaru) things with long handles like shovels, swords, rifles, knives and pistol.
  47. 잔 (Jan) 커피, 차 (drinks) 다섯 잔, 여섯 잔 6 cups/ glass
  48. 장 (Jang) paper, sheets, leaf (flat objects such stamps, paper, tickets, etc.)
  49. 점 (Jeom) pieces of art
  50. 접 (Jeop) one hundred dried persimmons
  51. 접시 (Jeopsi) main dish
  52. 줄(chul) ten eggs
  53. 짝 (chaak) one of a pair (a single shoe, a lonely chopstick)
  54. 쪽 (chuk) small slice (apple, garlic)
  55. 채 (chhe) house/buildings
  56. 척 (chheok) boats and ships
  57. 첩 (chheop) pack of herbal medicine
  58. 초 (chho) second
  59. 층 (chhung) floors (layers)
  60. 컬레 (khalle) pair (gloves, socks, shoes)구두, 신발 (a pair of shoes)
  61. 코 (kho) twenty octopuses
  62. 타스 (Thasu) dozens of pencils
  63. 통 (Thong) letters, telegrams, e-mail, rolls of film, buckets of water, watermelons
  64. 판 (Phan) 양피자 (a whole pizza), thirty eggs/ 달걀 30개
  65. 편 (phyan)movies, poems, musicals
  66. 포기 (phogi) Chinese cabbages, 포기김치
  67. 푼 (phun) pennies, percentage, percent
  68. 필 (phil) one animal (head of cow, horse, etc), a roll of cloth
  69. 해 (he) years – 올해 this year
  70. 회 (hwe) – exercise, writings, repetitions, innings, rounds – (야구) inning.

사물(Object) – 개
빵이 몇 개 있어요?
= 2개 있어요.
사과는 몇 개 있어요?
= 사과는 5개 있어요.

나이(Age) – 살
나이가 몇 살이에요?
= 스무 살이에요.

동물(Animal) – 마리
고양이가 몇 마리 있어요?
= 3 말이 있어요.

사람(Person) – 명
가족이 몇 명 이에요?
= 10명 이에요.

차(Car) – 대
버스가 몇대 있어요?
= 3대 있어요.
= 택시는 5대 있어요.

책(Book) – 권
책이며 건 있어요?
= 22건 있어요.

Native Korean number - 숫자 영어로

Counting Korean

This video has content about Korean counting to 10.

How to write numbers in Korean?

We can write Korean numbers in two systems they are sino-Korean number system and native Korean number system. The pronunciations and usage of both systems are completely different. The symbol of the Korean number and English number is the same but when you write or speak the Korean language has 2 way of the counting system. Let’s learn them one by one. Sino-Korean numbers system is based on Chinese characters. In this lesson, we will learn Korean counting to 10.

sino-korean numbers

there are 2 kinds/ sets of number in korean society. One is sino korean numbers and another is pure korean numbers. Those numbers which are borrowed/ lended from chinese numbers are called sino korean numbers. Sino korean number is accepted by korean people like their own number.

Sino Korean numbers 1-10

0영/공 YUNG / GONG
1IL
2EE
3SAM
4SA
5WO
6YUK
7CHHIL
8FAL
9GU
10SIP/ SIB
SINO KOREAN NUMBER

Remember that sip is pronounced as “ship”. After 10 it is easy to count numbers. Take 1 from ‘sib'(10) + Sino Korean number (0 to 9)

Korean numbers 1-10

SINO KOREAN NUMBERS 1 TO 100

Now let’s continue from 11

11십일SIB IL
12십이SIB EE
13십삼SIB SAM
14십사SIB SA
15십오SIB WO
16십육SIB YUK
17십칠SIB CHHIL
18십팔SIB FAL
19십구SIB GU
20이십EE SIB
SINO KOREAN NUMBER LIST

20 has two sets of Ten so it is written as ( 2+10 = 20 ) 이+ 십 = 이십. Similarly, 21 has two sets of ten and 1 so it is written as (2+10+1) 이 +십 +일 = 이십일

21이십일ISIB IL
22이십이ISIB EE
23이십삼ISIB SAM
24이십사ISIB SA
25이십오ISIB WO
26이십육ISIB YUK
27이십칠ISIB CHHIL
28이십팔ISIB FAL
29이십구ISIB GU
30삼십SAM SIB
SINO KOREAN NUMBER LIST

30 has 3 sets of 10 so it is written/pronounced as 삼 – 십(sam sib). Similarly, 31 has three sets of ten and 1 so it is written as (3+10+1) 삼 +십 +일 = 삼십일

31삼십일SAM SIB IL
32삼십이SAM SIB EE
33삼십삼SAM SIB SAM
34삼십사SAM SIB SA
35삼십오SAM SIB WO
36삼십육SAM SIB YUK
37삼십칠SAM SIB CHHIL
38삼십팔SAM SIB FAL
39삼십구SAM SIB GU
40사십SA SIB
SINO KOREAN NUMBER LIST

Up to 99, the same rule applies. Just take first number from 30,40,50,60,70,80,90 and add any Sino- Korean number from 1 – 9 ( 일 -구 ).

41사 십일SA SIB IL
42사 십이SA SIB EE
43사 십삼SA SIB SAM
44사 십사SA SIB SA
45사 십오SA SIB WO
46사 십육SA SIB YUK
47사 십칠SA SIB CHHIL
48사 십팔SA SIB FAL
49사 십구SA SIB GU
50오 십WO SIB
SINO KOREAN NUMBER LIST
51오 십일WO SIB IL
52오 십이WO SIB EE
53오 십삼WO SIB SAM
54오 십사WO SIB SA
55오 십오WO SIB WO
56오 십육WO SIB YUK
57오 십칠WO SIB CHHIL
58오 십팔WO SIB FAL
59오 십구WO SIB GU
60육 십YUK SIB
66 육십육Yuk-Sip-yuk
70칠십Chil-Sip
77칠십칠Chhil-Sip-Chhil
80팔십 Pal-Sip
88팔십팔 Pal-Sip-pal
90구십 Gu-Sip
99구십구  Gu-Sip-Gu
100Baek
101백일Baek il
SINO KOREAN NUMBER LIST
  • After 100 백 the same rule applies that was applied after number 10. For example, 101 is 100+1 so it is written as 백일
  • 110 is 100+10 so it is written as 백십
  • 120 is 100+20 so it is written as 백이십
  • 130 is 100+30 so it is written as 백삼십
  • 200 has two sets of hundred so it is 이백
  • 300 has 3 sets of hundred so it is 삼백
  • 999 is written as 구백구십구
  • 1000 is 천
  • 1,110 = 천백십 not 일천백십 ( because for large numbers normally 1 / 일 is removed.)
  • 10,000 is 만 -mahn 
  • 100,000 is 십만 – ship mahn
  • 1,000,000 is 백만 – bek mahn
  • 10,000,000 is 천만 – chhun mahn
  • 100,000,000 is 억 – uck
  • 1,000,000,000 is 십억 – ship uck
  • 1,000,000,000 is 조 – joh
110백십
220이백 이십
330삼백 삼십
440사백 사십
550오백 오십
660육백 육십
770칠백 칠십
880팔백 팔십
990구백 구십
1000
KOREAN NUMBERS IN WORDS

When to use Sino Korean number?

Sino Korean number system is the Korean numbers that are originated from Chinese numbers and Sino Korean numbers are used for –

Phone numbers    01044294220 is 공 일 공 사 사 이 구 사 이 이 공. While saying zero people normally say 공 instead of 영. Sometimes phone numbers are also used in the Native number system. South Korean emergency Numbers are

  • 119 일 일 구. which is used to contact fire station or Medical.
  • 112 is used to report crime and contact police
  • 120 is to  Provide information for foreign residents to adjust life in Seoul.

counting money in Korean (Price value/money) -Let’s learn Korean money counting system and how to count money in Korean?

  • 20 won is    이십 원
  • 100 won is    백 원
  • 1000 won is     천 원
  • 10000 won is     만 원
  • 100000 won is   십만 원
  • 1000000 won is  백만 원
  • 10000000 won is    천 만원

Number of floors 

The second floor is 이 충 the third floor is 삼 충The fourth floor – Normally there is no fourth floor in Korea because Number 4 is considered a bad or unlucky number. The fifth floor is  오 충

  • The second floor is 이 충
  • The third floor is 삼 충
  • The fourth floor – Normally there is no fourth floor in Korea because Number 4 is considered as bad or unlucky number.
  • The fifth floor is  오 충

Date -Now let’s learn how to write the date in Korean?….년,..월,..일

  • Five years -오 년
  • ten years – 십 년
  • Two month – 이 월
  • seven month – 칠 월
  • ten days – 십 일
  • five days – 오 일

Time (minute and second) – ..분,..초 (Remember hour is not used in the Sino Korean numbering system, Hour is used only in the Native Korean numbering system.)

  • 10 minutes – 십 분
  • 20 minutes – 이십 분
  • 30 minutes – 삼십 분 / 반
  • 55 minutes – 오십 오 분
  • 5 seconds – 오 초
  • 15 seconds – 십 오 초
  • 25 seconds – 이십 오 초
  • 45 seconds – 사십 오 초

Temperature –

  • 30 degree is 삼십 도
  • 45 degree is 사십 오 도
  • 55 degree is 오 십 오 도

Address -Road Number 54 is 오십사 길, sinju gil 50 is – 신추길 오십

100+ numbers –

  • One Hundred four/ 104 is 백 사
  • One hundred twenty/120 is 백 이십
  • Two hundred is – 이 백
  • Three hundred is – 삼 백
  • nine hundred nine is – 구백 구

Transportation (Bus/subway numbers) –

  • 102 number bus is 백이 번 버스
  • 4 호선 is line number 4 (Train line)
  • 714 열차 is train number 714
  • 2 호 차 is car number 2(train car number)

Flight numbers -KE121 is  KE 백이십일

Measurements 

  • 5 meter is 오 미터
  • 9 mile – 구 마일
  • 10 Gallon – 삼 갤런

weight – 90 kg is 구십 기로, 68 kg is 육십팔

Age 30 years – 삼십 살, 29 years is 이십구 살 (Some koreans use sino Korean system for telling age – ..세 /..살)

Korean number counting

Native Korean numbers

Native Korean numbers
Native Korean numbers

As we studied earlier there are two sets of Korean numbers: the native Korean system and the Sino Korean system. In this article, we are going to study about the Native numerical system. Mainly, the Native system is used for counting age and numbers of items or things in between 1 to 99.

When to use Native Korean number?


  • – Counting any physical objects usually followed by a count word (개, 분,명,  잔, etc
  • – Counting (in general)
  • Counting age (Years)
  •  – Counting  people
  • – Counting number of months (달)

In native system Daseot beon (다섯 번) means “five times” while in sino system o beon(오 번) means “number five”. When, someone has to say their age he or she can use both sino and Korean system of number but the person must use either 세 or 살 depending upon numeral system.

 In the sino Korean number system, 세 is used to talk about age. 22 years old is 이십이 세 but in the Native Korean number system, 22 years old is 스물둘 살.

In the Sino system, To eliminate confusions between 1 and 2 sometimes native numbers are used. Normally, these substitutions take place over the phone and sometimes over direct conversations as well. When we have to say house number, id card number, passport number or phone number we use native numbers. For instance- 5152 is actually, 오-일-오-이, but we can use 오 – 하나 – 오 – 둘.

The teens (11 through 19) are represented by a combination of tens and the ones places in both native and Sino- Korean number system. For instance, 18 would be sib-phaal 발팔, but not usually il-sib-fall in the Sino-Korean system, and yeol- yeodalp (열여덟) in native Korean. Twenty through ninety  Native system has its own unique set of words.

Native Korean numbers 1-10

1하나HANA
2dul
3셋 sehtt
4nehtt
5다섯 da-seot
6여섯yeo-seot
7일곱il-gop
8여덟yuh-deol
9아홉ah-hop
10yeol
11열하나yeol – hana
12열둘 yeol – dul
13열셋 yeol – set
14열넷yeol – net
15열다섯 yeol – daseot
16열여섯yeol – yeoseot
17열일곱yeol – ilgob
18열여덟yeol – yeodeol
19열아홉yeol – ahop
NATIVE KOREAN NUMBER CHART

Difference between sino and native Korean

Sino Korean numbers are used to express –

  • 개월(Number of months) 일 개월, 이 개월, 삼 개월, 사 개월…
  • 년(Year) 일 년, 이 년, 삼 년, 사 년…
  • 번(order) 일 번, 이 번, 삼 번, 사 번…
  • 분(Minute) 일 분, 이 분, 삼 분, 사 분…
  • 월(Month) 일월, 이월, 삼월, 사월…
  • 일(Day) 일 일, 이 일, 삼 일, 사 일…
  • 인분(Person) 일 인분, 이 인분, 삼 인분, 사 인분…
  • 층(Floor) 일 층, 이 층, 삼 층, 사 층…

Sino Korean numbers are used to express –

  • 개(Piece, count) 한 개, 두 개, 세 개, 네 개…..
  • 권(document, ticket, bill, book)한 권, 두 권, 세 권, 네 권…
  • 그루(Plant, tree)한 그루, 두 그루, 세 그루, 네 그루…
  • 달(Month)한 달, 두 달, 세 달, 네 달…
  • 마리(animal)한 마리, 두 마리, 세 마리, 네 마리…
  • 병(Bottle)한 병, 두 병, 세 병, 네 병…
  • 사람(Human)한 사람, 두 사람, 세 사람, 네 사람…
  • 시간(Hour)한 시간, 두 시간, 세 시간, 네 시간…
Sino Numberkorean NameKorean numbers in English서수Native NumberSound
NumberNameKorean numbers in EnglishNamePronunciaton
1il첫째하나hana
2i둘째 dul
3sam셋째 set
4sa넷째 net
5o다섯째다섯daseot
6yuk여섯째여섯yeoseot
7chil일곱째일곱ilgop
8pal여덟째여덟yeodeol
9gu아홉째아홉ahop
10shipo열째yeol
11십일shipil열한째열 하나yeolhana
20이십eeship스무째스물seumul
25이십 오eeship스물 다섯seumul-daseot
28이십 팔eeship스물 여덟seumul-yeodeol
30삼십samship서른seoreun
35삼십오samship서른다섯seoreun-daseot
40사십saship마흔maheun
45사십오saship마흔다섯maheun-daseot
50오십oshipswin
55오십오oship쉰다섯swin-daseot
60육십yukship예순yesun
65육십오yukship예순다섯yesun-daseot
70칠십chilship일흔ilheun
75칠십오chilship일흔다섯ilheun-daseot
80팔십palship여든yeodeun
85팔십오palship여든다섯yeodeun-daseot
90구십guship아흔aheun
95구십오guship아흔다섯aheun-daseot
100baekon
200이백i-baek
300삼백sam-baek
500오백오-백
800팔백pal-baek
900구백gu-baek
1000cheon
2000이천icheon
3000삼천sam-cheon
5000오천o-cheon
8000팔천pal-cheon
9000구천gu-cheon
10,000man
20,000이만iman
50,000오만oman
80,000팔만palman
100,000십만sip-man
1 Million백만baek-man
10 Million천만cheon-man
100 millioneok
1 trillionJO
Korean numerals

Korean numbers pronunciation

From 11 to 19, there is a simple way to make numbers. You just need to put 1 from the number 10 and in the place of 0 you have to add any number from 1 to 9. Let’s see examples here-

  • 열 (10) + 하나 (1) = 열하나 [yeol-ha-na] =  (11)
  • 열 (10) + 다섯(5) = 열다섯 [yeoldaseot] = (15)
  • 열 (10) + 아홉 (8) = 열여덟 [yeol-yuh-deol] = (18)
11열 한YEOL – han
20스물seu-mul
30서른seo-reun
40 마흔ma-heun
50swin
60예순 ye-sun
70일흔i-reun
80 여든yeo-deun
90아흔a-heun
100 baek
NATIVE KOREAN NUMBERS

The same rule (11-19 number making rule) applies to 21-29, 31-39, 41-49, 51- 59,61-69, 71-79,81-89 and 91-99 also.

21스물 한seu-mul – han
22스물 둘seu-mul – dul
23스물 셋seu-mul – set
24 스물 넷 seu-mul – net
25스물 다섯seu-mul – daseot
26스물 여섯 seu-mul – yeosot
27스물 일곱 seu-mul – ilgop
28 스물 여덟 seu-mul – yedeolp
29 스물 아홉 seu-mul – ahop
30서른 seo-reun
NATIVE KOREAN NUMBERS

         The number 100 in the Sino-Korean number is 백 [baek], and even when you need to use the native Korean number, you can use the same word. The same name is used for the Native numerical system as well.

Though the bigger numbers like 100, 1,000, 10,000 etc., have their own native names, the words for these bigger numbers in the native Korean numbers are no longer used and only sino-Korean numbers are used.

How to count large numbers in korean?

We can also use both sino and native for numbers together for counting numbers above 100. Let’s learn some of them

  • 101 = 백 [baek / 100] (sino-Korean) + 하나 [ha-na / 1] (native Korean)
  • 102 = 백 [baek / 100] (sino-Korean) + 둘 [dul/ 2] (native Korean)
  • 208 = 이 [i / 2] (sino-Korean) + 백 [baek / 100] (sino-Korean) + 여덟 [yuh-deol / 8] (native Korean)
  • 305 = 삼 [sam / 3] (sino-Korean) + 백 [baek / 100] (sino-Korean) + 다섯 [daseot / 5] (native Korean)
Numbers in korean
Sino and native Korean Numbers

How to count big numbers in Korean?

Bigger numbers are divided into 10,000 units. Let’s see with examples

10,000Man
100,000십만Sip man
1,000,000백만Baek man
10,000,000 천만 Cheon man
100,000,000Uck
1,000,000,000,000Jo
Korean big numbers

Korean lucky numbers

Koreans followed some of the western culture also. As western calls, 7 as ‘Lucky Seven’ Korean also consider number 7 as a lucky seven or lucky number. Koreans have followed other aspects of western civilization also.

4 in Korean

First, Korean people detest the number 4 traditionally. Because the pronunciation of 4 is [사], sa], and it sounds the same as a Sino-Korean (사) which means “death”. Therefore, they tend to avoid adding 4 when numbering the car number, apartment number, patient’s room number and an examinee’s seat number’ as much as possible. So 4 in Korean is considered as an unlucky number.

3 in Korean

Number 3 is often used when playing games like 윷놀이. People always compete 3 times and winning 2 games out of 3 is considered as winning the game.

10 in Korean

A number 10 and multiples of 10 like ‘100, 1,000, 10,000

are considered as a 완전수 ‘complete number’, so they are often taken as anniversaries. For example, in a Korean proverb, 열번 찍어 안 넘어가는 나무 없다. It means there is no tree that will not fall by chopping it ten times, and ‘ten times’ here means “so many times. 

백일 잔치 100th-day celebration’ is a birthday party that celebrates the 100th day since birth

What is native Korean numbers used for?

  • 다섯 살이에요. I am five years old.
  • 열 살이에요. I am ten years old.
  • 한 번 – once다섯 번 – Five times
  • 다섯 개 – five things
  • 스물 명- twenty people
  • 일곱 시 – seven o’clock 
  • 네  마리 – four animals

Sino Korean and native Korean number usages

Counter korean
How to use Korean numbers

Sino Korean number chart

Here is a Korean counters list with English pronunciations. The list consists of korean numbers in English.

일{ Il} 1 One
십{ sib} 10 Ten
백{ Baek} 100 One hundred
천{ cheon} 1,000                                 One Thousand
만 { man} 10,000 Ten thousand
십만 {sib man} 100,000 One hundred Thousand
백만 { Baek man}1,000,000                  One million
천만 { cheon man} 10,000,000
Korean Number chart
억 { uck} 100,000,000
십억 { sib uck} 1,000,000,000               One Billion
백억{ baek uck} 10,000,000,000
천억 {cheon uck} 100,000,000,000
조 {jo} 1,000,000,000,000                     One Trillion
십조{sib – jo} 10,000,000,000,000
백조 { Baek – jo} 100,000,000,000,000
천조 { cheon – jo} 1,000,000,000,000,000
Korean number sheet

Korean numbers 1-100

Here is a list of Korean numbers 1 1000 in English. In this chapter, you can learn both sino Korean and native Korean numbers. In this chapter, you can learn how to say numbers in Korean also.

  • 1 – one – 일
  • 2 – two – 이
  • 3 – three – 삼
  • 4 – four – 사
  • 5 – five – 오
  • 6 – six – 육
  • 7 – seven – 칠
  • 8 – eight – 팔
  • 9 – nine – 구
  • 10 – ten – 십
  • 11 – eleven – 십일
  • 12 – twelve – 십이
  • 13 – thirteen – 십삼
  • 14 – fourteen – 십사
  • 15 – fifteen – 십오
  • 16 – sixteen – 십육
  • 17 – seventeen – 십칠
  • 18 – eighteen – 십팔
  • 19 – nineteen – 십구
  • 20 – twenty – 이십
  • 21 – twenty-one – 이십 일
  • 22 – twenty-two – 이십 이
  • 23 – twenty-three – 이십 삼
  • 24 – twenty-four – 이십 사
  • 25 – twenty-five – 이십 오
  • 26 – twenty-six 이십 육
  • 27 – twenty-seven 이십 칠
  • 28 – twenty-eight 이십 팔
  • 29 – twenty-nine 이십 구
  • 30 – thirty 삼십
  • 31 – thirty-one 삼십 일
  • 32 – thirty-two 삼십 이
  • 33 – thirty-three 삼십 삼
  • 34 – thirty-four 삼십 사
  • 35 – thirty-five 삼십 오
  • 36 – thirty-six 삼십 육
  • 37 – thirty-seven 삼십 칠
  • 38 – thirty-eight 삼십 팔
  • 39 – thirty-nine 삼십 구
  • 40 – forty 사십
  • 41 – forty-one 사십 일
  • 42 – forty-two 사십 이
  • 43 – forty-three 사십 삼
  • 44 – forty-four 사십 사
  • 45 – forty-five 사십 오
  • 46 – forty-six 사십 육
  • 47 – forty-seven 사십 칠
  • 48 – forty-eight 사십 팔
  • 49 – forty-nine 사십 구
  • 50 – fifty 오십
  • 51 – fifty-one 오십일
  • 52 – fifty-two 오십이
  • 53 – fifty-three 오십삼
  • 54 – fifty-four 오십사
  • 55 – fifty-five 오십오
  • 56 – fifty-six 오십육
  • 57 – fifty-seven 오십칠
  • 58 – fifty-eight 오십팔
  • 59 – fifty-nine 오십구
  • 60 – sixty 육십
  • 61 – sixty-one 육십일
  • 62 – sixty-two 육십이
  • 63 – sixty-three 육십삼
  • 64 – sixty-four 육십사
  • 65 – sixty-five 육십오
  • 66 – sixty-six 육십육
  • 67 – sixty-seven 육십칠
  • 68 – sixty-eight 육십팔
  • 69 – sixty-nine 육십구구
  • 70 – seventy 칠십
  • 71 – seventy-one 칠십일
  • 72 – seventy-two 칠십이
  • 73 – seventy-three 칠십삼
  • 74 – seventy-four 칠십사
  • 75 – seventy-five 칠십오
  • 76 – seventy-six 칠십육
  • 77 – seventy-seven 칠십칠
  • 78 – seventy-eight 칠십 팔
  • 79 – seventy-nine 칠십 구
  • 80 – eighty 팔십
  • 81 – eighty-one 팔십일
  • 82 – eighty-two 팔십이
  • 83 – eighty-three 팔십삼
  • 84 – eighty-four 팔십사
  • 85 – eighty-five 팔십오
  • 86 – eighty-six 팔십육
  • 87 – eighty-seven 팔십칠
  • 88 – eighty-eight 팔십팔
  • 89 – eighty-nine 팔십구
  • 90 – ninety 구십
  • 91 – ninety-one 구십일
  • 92 – ninety-two 구십이
  • 93 – ninety-three 구십삼
  • 94 – ninety-four 구십사
  • 95 – ninety-five 구십오
  • 96 – ninety-six 구십육
  • 97 – ninety-seven 구십칠
  • 98 – ninety-eight 구십팔
  • 99 – ninety-nine 구십구
  • 100 – one hundred 백

Counting in Korean 1-100

This time we will learn native Korean numbers 1-100 with words.

  • 1 – one – 하나(한)
  • 2 – two – 둘(두)
  • 3 – three – 셋(세)
  • 4 – four – 넷(네)
  • 5 – five – 다섯
  • 6 – six – 여섯
  • 7 – seven – 일곱
  • 8 – eight – 여덟
  • 9 – nine – 아홉
  • 10 – ten – 열
  • 11 – eleven – 열하나
  • 12 – twelve – 열둘
  • 13 – thirteen – 열셋
  • 14 – fourteen – 열넷
  • 15 – fifteen – 열다섯
  • 16 – sixteen – 열여섯
  • 17 – seventeen – 열일곱
  • 18 – eighteen – 열여덟
  • 19 – nineteen – 열아홉
  • 20 – twenty – 스물
  • 21 – twenty-one – 스물하나
  • 22 – twenty-two – 스물둘
  • 23 – twenty-three – 스물셋
  • 24 – twenty-four – 스물 넷
  • 25 – twenty-five – 스물다섯
  • 26 – twenty-six 스물 여섯
  • 27 – twenty-seven 스물 일곱
  • 28 – twenty-eight 스물 여덟
  • 29 – twenty-nine 스물아홉
  • 30 – thirty 서른
  • 31 – thirty-one 서른하나
  • 32 – thirty-two 서른 둘
  • 33 – thirty-three 서른 셋
  • 34 – thirty-four 서른 넷
  • 35 – thirty-five 서른 다섯
  • 36 – thirty-six 서른 여섯
  • 37 – thirty-seven 서른 일곱
  • 38 – thirty-eight 서른여덟
  • 39 – thirty-nine 서른아홉
  • 40 – forty 마흔
  • 41 – forty-one 마흔하나
  • 42 – forty-two 마흔둘
  • 43 – forty-three 마흔셋
  • 44 – forty-four 마흔넷
  • 45 – forty-five 마흔다섯
  • 46 – forty-six 사십 육
  • 47 – forty-seven 사십 칠
  • 48 – forty-eight 사십 팔
  • 49 – forty-nine 사십 구
  • 50 – fifty 쉰
  • 51 – fifty-one 쉰 하나
  • 52 – fifty-two 쉰 둘
  • 53 – fifty-three 쉰 셋
  • 54 – fifty-four 쉰 넷
  • 55 – fifty-five 쉰 다섯
  • 56 – fifty-six 쉰 여섯
  • 57 – fifty-seven 쉰 일곱
  • 58 – fifty-eight 쉰 여덟
  • 59 – fifty-nine 쉰 아홉
  • 60 – sixty 예순
  • 61 – sixty-one 예순 하나
  • 62 – sixty-two 예순 둘
  • 63 – sixty-three 예순 셋
  • 64 – sixty-four 예순 넷
  • 65 – sixty-five 예순 다섯
  • 66 – sixty-six 예순 여섯
  • 67 – sixty-seven 예순 일곱
  • 68 – sixty-eight 예순 여덟
  • 69 – sixty-nine 예순 아홉
  • 70 – seventy 일흔
  • 71 – seventy-one 일흔 하나
  • 72 – seventy-two 일흔 둘
  • 73 – seventy-three 일흔 셋
  • 74 – seventy-four 일흔 넷
  • 75 – seventy-five 일흔 다섯
  • 76 – seventy-six 일흔 여섯
  • 77 – seventy-seven 일흔 일곱
  • 78 – seventy-eight 일흔 여덟
  • 79 – seventy-nine 일흔 아홉
  • 80 – eighty 여든
  • 81 – eighty-one 여든 하나
  • 82 – eighty-two 여든 둘
  • 83 – eighty-three 여든 셋
  • 84 – eighty-four 여든 넷
  • 85 – eighty-five 여든 다섯
  • 86 – eighty-six 여든 여섯
  • 87 – eighty-seven 여든 일곱
  • 88 – eighty-eight 여든여덟
  • 89 – eighty-nine 여든아홉
  • 90 – ninety 아흔
  • 91 – ninety-one 아흔 하나
  • 92 – ninety-two 아흔 둘
  • 93 – ninety-three 아흔 셋
  • 94 – ninety-four 아흔 넷
  • 95 – ninety-five 아흔 다섯
  • 96 – ninety-six 아흔여섯
  • 97 – ninety-seven 아흔 일곱
  • 98 – ninety-eight 아흔여덟
  • 99 – ninety-nine 아흔아홉
  • 100 – one hundred 백

Korean numbers exercise

Let’s do some exercise on Korean numbers. Answers of these questions are below.
1. How to say one hundred and forty in Korean?
2. How to say one hundred in Korean?
3. Korean numbers 55
4. numbers in Korean 67
5. hangeul for thousand / a thousand in Korean
6. Korean number 8
7. 8 native Korean
8. 5 in Korean
9. 20 in Korean
10. 900 in Korean
11. 60 in Korean
12. Eight in Korean
13. five in Korean
14. hangul for billion / 1 billion in Korean
15. how to say November 2nd in Korean?
16. nine in Korean
17. how to say numbers in Korean?
18. 100 000 in words
19. first in Korean
20. Korean for one / 1 in Korean

  • Answers
  • 1. 백 사십
  • 2. 백 
  • 3. 오십오 (Sino korean), 쉰다섯 (Native korean)
  • 4. 육십칠 (Sino korean), 예순일곱 (Native korean)
  • 5. 천
  • 6. 팔 (Sino korean)
  • 7. 여덟 (Native korean)
  • 8. 오 (Sino korean), 다섯 (Native korean)
  • 9. 이십 (Sino korean), 스물 (Native korean)
  • 10. 구백
  • 11. 육십 (Sino korean), 예순 (Native korean)
  • 12. 팔 (Sino korean), 여덟 (Native korean)
  • 13. 오 (Sino korean), 다섯 (Native korean)
  • 14. 십억
  • 15. 십일 월 이 일 (11월 2 일)
  • 16. 구 (Sino korean), 아홉 (Native korean)
  • 17. 수, 숫자, 수사 
  • 18. 십만 (sip man)
  • 19. 첫, 첫 (번)째의, 첫째, 우선, 맨 먼저
  • 20. 하나(의), 1, 한, 일

Korean phone numbers

Korean phone numbers South Korean phone numbers are based on their geographical locations. If you are using landline phone numbers depending on which place you are staying. For Seoul landline phone number starts from 02, for jeollanamdo 061, for Cheonan it starts from 041. If you are using a mobile phone both prepaid and postpaid phones have the same number at the starting. Generally, it starts from 010 but some of them have 011 also.

How to ask phone number in Korean? 전화번호가 어떻게 되세요?

what is your phone number?/ What is your phone number? 전화번호 뭐예요?

To answer this question we have to use sino Korean numbers but sometimes Korean use native Korean numbers also. While saying phone numbers people normally use  instead of for the number zero. Suppose if my phone number is 010 4256 7983 then I have to say 공일공 사이오육 칠구팔삼. We have to use these numbers to tell phone numbers in Korean.

  • 0  공  GONG
  • 1  일 IL
  • 2 이 I / EE
  • 3 삼 SAM
  • 4 사 SA
  • 5 오 wo
  • 6 육 YUK
  • 7 칠 CHHIL
  • 8 팔 FAL
  • 9 구 GU
  • 10 십 SIP

Korean number pronunciation

  • zero in Korean  –  영 /공 / 제로
  • The first in Korean  –  첫번째 / 처음에
  • 1 in Korean  –  일 / 하나  / 한
  • 2 in Korean  –  이 / 둘 / 두
  • three in Korean  –  삼 /셋
  • 21 years old in Korean – 21살. / 스물한 살
  • I’m 21 years old – 난 21살. / 난 스물한 살
  • 43 in Korean – 사십 삼
  • 2019 in Korean 이천 십구
  • 2020 in Korean – 이천 이십
  • how to say 15 years old in Korean – 열 다섯 살
  • 52 in native Korean – 쉰둘 /  swin dul
  • 51 in Korean – 오십일 /  wosib il
  • how to write June in Korean? – 6월/ 육월
  • how to say day one in Korean? – 첫날
  • 10000 in words – 만
  • free in Korean – 무료, 공짜, 자유로운
  • 8 in Korean – 팔
  • 8 in native korea – 여덟 
  • seven in Korean – 칠 (sino)/ 일곱(Native)
  • 11 in Korean – 십일(sino Korean)/ 열한(Native Korean)
  • month in korean hangul – 월/달
  • minutes in Korean – 분
  • how long in Korean – 언제부터 언제까지, 얼마나?
  • how to count Korean money?  using sino number
  • how to say 12000 in words? 만 이 천 (Man means 10000 이 means 2 and 천 means thousand)
  • 1050 in words – 천 오십 (people normally say 천 오십 but you can say 일천 오십 also. 일 means 1 which Korean people don’t use while speaking in daily life. 오십 means 50.)
  • Korean number 0 pronunciation – 공 (khong) or 영 (yong)

korean numbers pdf

Click here to see PDF FILE of korean numbers 1-100

practice Korean numbers

I have made some questions that will help your understanding of Korean numbers. To practice, Korean numbers click here. native Korean numbers quiz

Korean numbers worksheet

Try to write the Korean numbers in words using both sino and native systems.

Numberssino KoreanNative Korean
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
11
17
19
22
26
28
33
36
44
47
52
56
66
68
70
75
79
83
89
100
1015
1100
1950
10000
10530
11300
18000
100000
1000000
Korean numbers worksheet

Korean cardinal numbers

The cardinal number indicates the number and amount and the ordinal number indicates the order. Both cardinal and ordinal numbers use native origin and Chinese origin numbers.

Cardinal numeral (양수사) is used for indicating the number or amount of persons or things. Cardinal numbers use both Korean origin numerals and Chinese origin numerals.

Korean origin cardinal numberChinese origin cardinal number
하나1
2
3
4
다섯5
여섯6
일곱7
여덟8
아홉9
10

From 11 to 19, numbers in the table above are attached at the end of 열 or 십 like 열하나11, 열둘12, 열셋13, 열넷14, 열다섯15, 열여섯16, 열일곱17, 열여덟18,열아홉19. These are native Korean numbers.

 십일11, 십이12, 십삼13, 십사14, 십오15, 십육16, 십칠17, 십팔18, 십구19. These are chinese origin numbers.

For numerals of ten units like 20/30/40/50, Korean origin has a separate name. And in Chinese origin ‘십’ is added from ‘일(1) to ‘구(9)’. There are up to 99, 아흔아홉’ Korean origin cardinal numeral in contemporary Korean and the above are only Chinese origin cardinal numerals.

Korean origin cardinal numeralChinese origin cardinal numeral
10십 or 일십
스물20이십
서른30삼십
마흔40사십
50오십
예순60육십
일흔70칠십
여든80팔십
아흔90구십
100백 or 일 백

Just like ten units, units such as hundred, thousand, ten thousand, hundred thousand, etc. are attached from ‘일(1)’ to ‘구(9)’ in ‘백, 천, 만, 억, etc.’ units as well.

hundred(100) units: 일백(100), 삼백(300), 구백(900)

thousand(1,000) units: 일천(1,000), 삼천(3,000), 구천(9,000)

ten thousand(10,000) units: 일만(10,000), 삼만(30,000), 구만(90,000);

십만(100,000), 삼십만(300,000), 구십만(900,000) ; 일백만(1,000,000), 삼백만(3,000,000), 구백만(9,000,000)

hundred thousand(100,000,000) units: 일억(100,000,000), 삼억(300,000,000)

구억(900,000,000) ; 십억(1,000,000,000), 삼십억(3,000,000,000), 구십 억(9,000,000,000) ; 백억(10,000,000,000),

삼백 (30,000,000,000), 구 백억(90,000,000,000) ; 천억(100,000,000,000), 삼천억(300,000,000,000),

구천억(900,000,000,000)

Korean Ordinal numeral

Ordinal numeral(서수사) is used for indicating the order or class of person, things or work. For ordinal numerals, there are also Korean origin

ordinal numeral and Chinese origin ordinal numeral.

Korean origin ordinal numeralChinese origin ordinal numeral
첫째1/first제일
둘째2/second제이
셋째3/third제삼
넷째4/fourth제사
다섯째5/fifth제오
여섯째6/sixth제육
일곱째7/seventh제칠
여덟째8/eighth제팔
아홉째9/ninth제구
열째10/tenth제십

열한째(11), 열둘째(12), 스물째(20), etc.’ are changed a little bit into ‘열한째, 열두째, 스무째.

Counting days in Korean

Korean origin cardinal numeralChinese origin cardinal numeral
하루1일일
이틀2이일
사흘3삼일
나흘4사일
닷새5오일
엿새6육일
이레7칠일
여드레8팔일
아흐레9구일
열흘10십일
보름15십오일

Particular nouns are used for counting days. For it, there is korean origin and Chinese origin.

FAQs: Korean numbers

How do you count to 10 in Korean?

1 하나 / 일
2 둘 / 이
3 셋 / 삼
4 넷 / 사
5 다섯 / 오
6 여섯 / 육
7 일곱 / 칠
8 여덟 / 팔
9 아홉 / 구
10 열 / 십

What are Sino Korean numbers used for?

Saying Phone numbers/ Date/ address/ Transportation/ weight , counting money/ Number of floors/ minute and second/ Temperature/ age

How do you write numbers in Korean?

nattive number sino number
1 하나 hana 일 EEl
2 둘 Dul 이 EE
3 셋 Sam 삼 Sam
4 넷 net 사 sa
5 다섯 Daseot 오 wo
6 여섯 Yesoet 육 Yuk
7 일곱 Ilgop 칠 Chhil
8 여덟 Yedeolp 팔 Fal
9 아홉 Aahop 구 Gu
10 열 Yeol 십 Sip

Why does Korea have two number systems?

Koreans use differnet number systems to count different things. They use sino-korean numbers and Native numbers. But in some cases both sino and native numbers are used.

How do Koreans read phone numbers?

01044294220 is 공 일 공 사 사 이 구 사 이 이 공. While saying zero people normally say 공 instead of 영. Sometimes phone numbers are also used in the Native number system.
South Korea emergency Numbers
119 일 일 구. which is used to contact fire station or Medical.
112 is used to report crime and contact police
120 is to  Provide information for foreign residents to adjust life in Seoul.

What are native Korean numbers used for?

Counting any physical objects usually followed by a count word (개, 분,명, 잔, etc
– Counting (in general)
– Counting Years of age
– Counting people
– Counting Hours
– Counting number of months (달)

What is Il in Korean?

(Eel)/ il is one (1) in Korean. There are two systems of Korean numbers.(sino Korean number and native Korean number). Il is a sino Korean number.

How do you say your age in Korean?

When someone has to say their age he or she can use both sino and Korean systems of numbers but the person must use either 세 or 살 depending upon the numeral system. In sino Korean number system, 세 is used to talk about age. 22 years old is 이십이 세. But in the Native Korean number system, 22 years old is 스물둘 살.

How do u read the date in Korean?

 For counting ….year년,..month월,..day/date일 we have to use sino korean but for counting number of months 달.
한 달 동안 For 1 month,
다음 달 next month,
한 달 전부터? From a month ago?
Age of a person using 살 we have to use the native Korean system. 22 years old is 스물둘 살

How to say one hundred in Korean and English?

백 (Baek) in sino Korean and 온 (On) in native Korean. But normally 백 (Baek) is used in daily life. The hundredth is 100번째 (백 번째)in Korean.

18 in Korean

18 is 십팔 in Sino Korean but if you misspell and say 씨발 it becomes F… word in Korean. So take caution while using this number.

What are Taekwondo Numbers in korean?

The system of Korean numbers taekwondo players uses while playing Taekwondo is pure Korean number or Native Korean number. They are also known as Taekwondo commands. They are as follows –
1 하나(Hana)
2 둘(Dul)
3 셋(Set)
4 넷(Net)
5 다섯 (Daseot)
6 여섯 (Yesot)
7 일곱 (Ilgop)
8 여덟 (Yeodolp)
9 아홉 (Aahop)
10 열 (Yeol)

Zero in Korean?

Zero is pronounced as 영 or 공 and it doesn’t have a Korean origin name. Both 영 or 공 are Chinese origin names.

억 in English?

one hundred million is 1 억 in Korean. Typical Koreans consider 억(100,000,000) unit as the largest number, and 억대 부자 a rich person of one hundred million’ is used to represent a very rich person.

Konglish words Korean loan words huge list of 2021

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Konglish words Meaning

        Konglish words Korean loan words are divided into two portions. The first one is Loan words and the second one is Konglish words. Konglish words are now family of Korean language and native speakers use these words like other Korean words.

 Loan Words


Those words which have the same meaning in both English and Korean are loan words. Only pronunciation is a little different than its original pronunciation. Loan words are easy to understand and remember even for English speakers because they sound almost similar to that word’s original pronunciation.

피자 is a loan word Koreans pronounce it as FIJA and its literal meaning is pizza in English.

konglish words

Konglish words


        If the meaning of a word or phrase differs from its original (English)meaning then they are called Konglish words. Though most of them are English words few of them are borrowed from another language also.

Example of Konglish

          오바이트 is a Konglish word which is pronounced as obaiteu. 오바이트 means vomit in Korean. 토하다 also means vomit. 토하다 is purely a Korean word and 오바이트 is a Konglish word.
         스토퍼 is another Konglish word which means stopper in English. 스톺 which means stop in English is another Konglish word which native speakers use very frequently.
        파이팅 is another Konglish word. and it is originated from Japanese. These days `화이팅 (hwaiting) is more commonly used as a battle cry.

Konglish history

Words that are borrowed from English or other languages are called Konglish words. They are mainly borrowed from English. It is believed that South Koreans started to use Konglish after second world war. Koreans started to use Konglish on (1910 -1945) when Korea was a Japanese colony.

Korean loan words

Here are some Konglish videos which help your understanding of Konglish words much better.

Konglish words Korean loan-words Videos

Konglish pronunciation

Konglish words video

Complete List of Konglish words Korean loan words

Here is a list of Konglish words which are used in daily life as a normal Korean word. New generation Koreans use these words like a native Korean word. These words have little different pronunciation than their original sound.

Konglish words


Korean TermKonglish pronounceEnglish pronounce
 피자Fijapizza
콜라kollacola
비타민BitaminVitamin
 주스jusujuice
와인wainwine
khupcup
chhokolitchocolate
senduwichisandwich
aiskhurimicecream
Korean loan words
파마pamaperm
미팅mithingblind date
오므라이스omuraisuomelette rice
미싱misingsewing machine
포켓볼pokhetbolpool (a billiards game)
텔레비 프로tellebi feurotelevision program
백 뮤식baek myusikbackground music
오에이치피oeichhipioverhead projector
크림 파스타khurim pastapasta with cream sauce
오토바이othobaimotorbike
텔레비thellebitelevision/TV.
트랜스thurensutransformer (power)
레미콘remikhonready-mix concrete /(cement) truck
커닝keoningcheating
시에프siefucommercial movie
드라이버duraaibscrewdriver
레포츠rephochhuleisure sports
에로eroerotic movie
홈피hompihomepage
다큐dakyudocumentary
Konglish words
에어컨eeokhonair conditioner
싸인sainsignature
원룸wollumbachelor apartment
팬티pentiunderwear (male or female)
데모demodemonstration/protest
repplastic wrap
헬스helsuhealth club
컨디션khandisyanphysical condition
원피스onepisuone piece dress
아파트apateuapartment
센티senticentimeter
사이다saidaSprite (soft drink)
아이쇼핑aisyopingwindow shopping
리모컨rimokeonremote control
이벤트ibenteusale/promotion
노트nothunotebook
서비스seobisufree of charge/cost
핫도그hatdogcorn dog
나이트naithunight club
밴드bendubandage/Band-Aid
Konglish words
코팅kotinglamination
펑크peongkeupuncture (flat tire)
핸드폰henduphoncell phone
fasuplaster/pain relief patch
SYAPUmechanical pencil
konseteuelectrical outlet
매직펜mejikpenmagic marker
클립khullippaper clip
셀프selfuself service
머플러mafullascarf
Korean loan words
홈페이즈hompeijihomepage
웨브사잇websaitwebsite
인터넷inthanetinternet
디제이dijeiDJ
키보드khibodeukeyboard
컴퓨터komphyuthcomputer
소파sofasofa
화이트whaitheuwhite
코팅kothingplastic coating
볼펜bolpenball point pen
앵글engulangle
와잇 데이wait deiwhite day
스포츠 댄싱sufothu densingsports dancing
셀프 캐메라selfu khameraself camera
포켓 foket bolpocket ball
네임 카드neim khadeuname card
라이브 잉글리시laibeu inglisireal life english
모닝 moning kolWake up call
멤버 아이디memba aaidiuser name (online)
헤이어 밴드hei-a bendeuhair band
Konglish word list

Introduction to pronunciation of Korean for beginners

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Guide on the pronunciation of Korean

IN THIS LESSON YOU WILL LEARN HOW TO WRITE KOREAN LETTERS A TO Z. And You will also learn the pronunciation of Korean.

YOU WILL BE ABLE TO READ AND WRITE KOREAN ALPHABETS AFTER FINISHING THIS LESSON. Korean letter is known as  Hangul. Hangul is made up of consonants and vowels. Korean alphabets have shapes of a vertical line, a horizontal line, and round circle.

Korean consonants and vowels

ㄱ ㄴ ㄷ ㄹ ㅁ ㅂ ㅅ ㅇ ㅈ ㅊ ㅋ ㅌ ㅍ ㅎ are consonants 

and

 ㅏ ㅑ ㅓ ㅕ ㅗ ㅛ ㅜ ㅠ ㅡ ㅣ are vowels.

Korean combined vowels

eir ㅐ
eir ㅒ
yeir ㅔ
ere ㅖ
yere ㅘ
woe/where ㅙ
wo ㅝ
wue ㅞ
wei ㅟ
wei ㅢ

Pronunciation of Korean

pronunciation of Korean
pronunciation of Korean

How to write Korean letters a to z

Korean is written both in a vertical and horizontal line. But nowadays the majority of Korean is written horizontally and it is written from left to right.

Though Korean has its own writing system I have written Korean letter A to Z in roman style.
A 에/ 애
B 비
C 시
D 디
E 이
F 엪
G 지
H 엦
I 아이
J 제
K 께
L 엘
M 엠
N 엔
O 오
P 삐
Q 규
R 알
S 에스
T 띠
U 유
V 비
W 덥류
X 엑스
Y 와이
Z 젯

Please watch this video to learn the shape of the Korean alphabets. The video has explained how to write Korean letters.

 

Pronunciation of Korean alphabet

Korean alphabet has both vowels and consonants. Now let’s learn shape and pronunciation of Korean alphabets one by one.


Korean vowels pronunciation

ㅏ Aa in   Car, BAR, FAR

ㅑ Ya in   Yard, YANGJU

ㅓ eo  in   Song, ARGENTINA

ㅕ yeo Yo in   Yonder, YELLOW

ㅗ O in   Rome, ONE, ROPE

ㅛ Yo as in  Yorkshire,

ㅜ u, OO as in   Boob, LOOP

ㅠ  Yu as in     You, YUMMY

ㅡ eu  in   Good, SHUT

ㅣ ee Like EE/i in   Meet, SIT, BEAT

Pronunciation of Korean consonants

  • ㄱ sounds – g.
  • ㄴ sounds – n.
  • ㄷ sounds – D.
  • ㄹ sounds – l.
  • ㅁ sounds – m.
  • ㅂ sounds – b.
  • ㅅ sounds – S.
  • ㅈ sounds – j.
  • ㅊ sounds – ch.
  • ㅋ sounds – k.
  • ㅇ doesn’t have any sound when it comes first and sounds like (ng) when it is at the bottom of the word.
  • ㅌ sounds – th.
  • ㅍ sounds – p.
  • ㅎ sounds – h.

Pronunciation of Korean

After watching this video you will be able to pronounce Korean letters/ alphabets. So watch carefully till the end and try to pronounce yourself. Native Korean teacher is telling you how to pronounce Korean alphabets.


Pronunciation of Korean words

Here is a list of simple Korean words (Words made from Korean vowels and consonants) and their pronunciations. Try to practice by yourself.

korean vowels sounds

ㅏ = 아프다 (AFUDA) = Pain, Sick, 알다 (ALDA) – Know/ have knowledge, 알 (AL) – Egg

ㅑ = 약속 (Yaksok) – Promise, 약간 (Yakgan) – A little, 야채 (Yachhe) – Vegetable

ㅓ = 업무 (Eupmu) – Business / Work, 어렵다 (Euryopta) – Hard/ Tough/ Difficult

ㅕ = 여 (Ya) – Girl/ woman, 여행 (Yeoheng) Travel/ Tour, 영어 (Yeong eo) – English

ㅗ = 오 (wo) – Five, 옷 (wot) – Cloth/ Dress, 외국인 foreigner, alien

ㅛ = 요청 (Yochheong) – Request/ Demand, 요즘 (Yojum) – These days, Nowadays

ㅜ = 운동 (Undong) – Workout/ Exercise, 위치 (Wichhi) – Position/ Location

ㅠ  = 유치원 (Yuchhiwon) – Kindergarten, 유감 (Yugam) – Regret

ㅡ = 의미 (wemi) Meaning/ sense, 의심 (Wesim) – Doubt, suspicion, 음식 (Umsik) – Food

ㅣ = 이 (Ee) Teeth, 일상 (Ilsang) – Everydaylife, 일어나다 (Iranada) – Rise, Get up

This is all about how to pronounce vowels in korean.

Pronunciation of Korean consonant words

ㄱ = 관심 (khwansim) – interest, attention, 기준 (Kijun) – standard, Criteria

ㄴ = 노력 (Noryak) – effort, 능력 (Nungryak) – ability, 내일 (Neil) – tomorrow, future

ㄷ = 등록 (Dungrok)- registration, 다르다 (Tharuda)- different, 담당자 (Damdangja) the person in charge

ㄹ = 레스토랑 (Resthorang) – restaurant, 라면 (Ramen) – ramen, instant noodles

ㅁ = 문제 (Munje) – question, problem, 목적 (MOkjak) – purpose, object, goal

ㅂ = 방법 (Phangfap) – means, method, 부탁 (Buthak) – request, 분석 (Funsak) – analysis

ㅅ = 상황 (Sanghwang) – situation, 성공 (Seonkhong) – success, 성격 (Seongyak) – character, personality

ㅇ doesn’t have any sound when it comes first and sounds like (ng) when it is at the bottom of the word.

ㅈ = 종류 (Chhongryu) – kind, sort, variety, 준비 (Chunbi) – ready, prepare

ㅊ = 추억 (Chhingu)- memory, recollection, 차이 (Chhai)- difference, 친구 (Chhingu)- friend

ㅋ = 키우다 (Khiuda)- raise, rear, 코끼리 (Khokiri)- elephant, 크기 (Khugi)- size, bulk

ㅌ 특히 (Thukhi)- especially, 통합 (Thonghap)- combine, 태어나다 (Theanada)- be born

ㅍ 표현 (Fyohyeon)- expression, 판매 (Fanme)- sale, sell, 필요 (Firyo)- need

ㅎ = 확인 (Hwakin)- Identify, confirmation, 환경 (Hwangyeong)- the environment, 행동 (Hengdong) – act, action, behaviour.

How to read Korean fast

Here are some tips to improve the Korean reading

1. Read Newspaper and online Korean articles

It is hard to read a newspaper in the Korean language but you have to try reading slowly and consistently. You can try by reading a poem and songs.

2. Singing Korean song

Singing Korean karaoke songs is another great way to read Korean faster. K-pop is famous both inside South Korea and outside of South Korea. You can get these karaoke songs in norebang (Korean karaoke or 노래방). Youtube also has many Korean karaoke songs.

3. Watch K-drama and movies

Korean dramas and movies have gained a lot of popularity. Watching these dramas with Korean subtitles helps to learn Korean faster.

Korean vowel words

아이 Aai – Baby
오이 Woi – Cucumber
우유 Wuyu – Milk
우와 Wuwa – Wow
이유 Iyu – Reason
여우 Yeou – Fox
오 Wo – Five
이 I/ Ee – Two, Teeth
야 Yaa – Hey in English (used only in between friends)

Hangul writing practice sheets pdf

Please click on the pdf link below to access the Korean language pdf file. This link will redirect you to google drive.


Korean from zero pdf

Korean alphabet pdf

Korean writing practice

Korean vowels

Korean consonants

Korean alphabets chart with pronunciation

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Korean alphabets chart with pronunciation

korean alphabets
Korean alphabets in English

Korean alphabets


The Korean alphabets are known as Hangul in South Korea or Josan gul in North Korea. This is the official language of both south and north Korea. In this lesson, we will study about Korean alphabet chart with pronunciation which will help you to learn Korean vocabulary and Korean phrases.

alphabet of Korean


Hangul is the alphabet of the Korean language and it was created by King Sejong the Great in the 15th century. The hangul is written from left-to-right. Hangeul or Korean alphabet is made up of consonants and vowels.

How many characters are there in Korean?


Hangul or hangeul is the modern name of the Korean alphabet. Korean character is made up of 14 consonants and 10 vowels. Korean vowel has 3 shapes – man (a vertical line), earth (a horizontal line) and heaven (a dot).

How many vowels in Korean?

In korean alphabets single vowel is 10 and double vowel is 11 so in total it is 21 vowels.

korean alphabets chart with pronunciation

hangul alphabet


In this section, we will learn Korean hangul pronunciation.

Korean consonants / Korean consonants pronunciation

Let’s see Korean alphabet chart.

HangulSoundName
g(기역) giyeok
n(니은) nieun
d(디귿) digeut
R/L(리을) rieul
M(미음) mieum
B(비읍) bieup
S(시옷) siot

ㅇ – sounds  silent (at start of the word) or ng –  (이응) ieung

J(지읒) jieut
CH(치읓) chieut
K(키읔) kieuk
T(티읕) tieut
P(피읖) pieup
H(히읗) hieut

korean double consonants

KK(쌍기역) ssanggiyeok
TT(쌍디귿) ssangdigeut
PP(쌍비읍) ssangbieup
SS(쌍시옷) ssangsiot
JJ(쌍지읒) ssangjieut

Korean alphabet chart with pronunciation

Korean Vowels

a
eo
o
u
eu
i
ya
yeo
yo
yu

Korean double vowels

ae
yae
e
ye
ui
wae
oe
wo
we
wa
wi
Korean alphabet chart with pronunciation - korean- vowels

After finishing this chart you will be able to tell the answer of how to pronounce Korean alphabet?

hangul alphabets


Korean consonants order

ㄱ ㄲ ㄴ ㄷ ㄸ ㄹ ㅁ ㅂ ㅃ ㅅ ㅆ ㅇ ㅈ ㅉ ㅊ ㅋ ㅌ ㅍ ㅎ

Korean Vowels order

ㅏ ㅐ ㅑ ㅒ ㅓ ㅔ ㅕ ㅖ ㅗ ㅘ ㅙ ㅚ ㅛ ㅜ ㅝ ㅞ ㅟ ㅠ ㅡ ㅢ ㅣ

Korean to English alphabet


Korean alphabet pdf

 Click here to download the Korean alphabet pdf

Korean alphabet pdf


Korean vowels and consonants pdf

Korean alphabet in English


Korean alphabets are really easy to learn. It is the most modernized language. Watch this video to learn Korean alphabets in English.

hangul alphabet

How to Say Words in Korean

You need to start to speak the hangul alphabet first. After getting knowledge about alphabets now you have to start studying about Korean words. You must start with very basic Korean words. After practising to speak Korean with yourself you will be fluent in speaking Korean words and phrases.

How to read Korean alphabets

Learn hangul game

To learn hangul you have to be able to know which Korean letter/hangul alphabet has what kind of shape and how Korean letter sounds like. So to practice Korean alphabet test you have to click this link

How to write a letter in Korean

The letter means 편지 and postcard mean 엽서in Korean. But nowadays normally very few people use a letter. People normally use Email 이메일 nowadays. A text message 문자 is another modern way to exchange news in Korea. 카카오톡 is most famous of all nowadays in Korea. everybody use this app as a messenger. Korean people say this 카톡.
Now let’s learn how to write a letter in Korean way. Korean letter has this type of structure.
1 salutation/ greetings
2 Your News
3 Wrap up/ sign off
1 salutation – we have two option here. We can either use 께 or 에게. Both means (to
) in English. 께 is a formal way and 에게 is an informal or casual way. let’s learn with examples
존경하는 선생님께 means respectable/Dear teacher.
사랑하는 김종은 에게 means Dear Kim jong un
사랑하는 (Name of person you are writing a letter to) 에게
2 greetings –
Formal way-
안녕하세요/안녕하십니까. 잘 지내세요. Hello. How are you feeling/ How is your health?
직장 생활은 어떻습니까? How is your work life?
결혼생활은 어때요? How is your married life?
가족은 어떤가요? How is your family?

Casual way –
안녕. 잘 지내? Hi, how are you?
공부는 잘 되어가? Is your study going well?
가족은 어떤가? or 가족들은 건강하지? Is your family healthy?

3 Your News
Formal way
저는 잘 지내고 있어요. I’m doing good./ I’m fine.
학교 생활도 잘 하고 있어요.My study is going good.

Casual way
나는 잘 지내. I’m fine
공부 잘 돼 가고 있어. My study is going good.

4 Main body
Formal
선생님을 정말 만나고 싶어요. I really want to meet you, teacher.

Casual way
오빠를 정말 만나고 싶어. I really want to meet you (오빠 Oppa means male friend or male who is slightly older than you)

5 Wrap up
Formal way
그럼 이만 줄입니다. Let me finish the letter.
거강 하세요. stay healthy
안녕히 계세요. Bye / stay good(safe)

Casual way
그럼 이만 줄일게 let me finish the letter. (This is a kinda strange system in Korean letter writing but when you write 편지 you have to write this.)
건강 조심해. stay healthy
안녕 bye.

6 signing off
polite
올림 means from and you have to write like this – your name or letter writer’s name and 올림

Casual
…..(이)가 your name and the 이/가

Korean language beginner book

Complete introduction of Korean language

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king sejong, Korean language and korean language history

The English word “Korean” is derived from Goryeo, the first Korean dynasty known to the Western nations.

The origin of the Korean language has happened in the Korean peninsula that means in united Korea (Both north and south Korea was a single country at that time). In this post, we will study more about the Origin of the Korean language.

Whenever people want to learn Korean the first thing that comes to mind is that Is it easy to learn Korean? Learning Korean is not actually that much difficult but it is a lot easier than you think. Although foreigners say it is quite difficult to learn Korean, it is not impossible at all. The Korean language is the most modern language so it is a lot easier to learn compared to the Chinese and Japanese languages.

If you found a good tutor then learning Korean is a piece of cake for you. Even if you don’t found any tutor you can learn Korean online, In this website, we will try to teach a lot of basic and intermediate Korean words, Korean phrases and Korean grammar.

Korean language history

The Korean language is spoken by more than 80 million people worldwide. Basically, Korean speakers live in South Korea North Korea japan china Uzbekistan Russia Kazakhstan and more than 2 million lives in the USA. Korean is an official and national language of both Koreas: North Korea and South Korea. In North Korea it is referred to as 조선말 / 조선글 (Joseon-mal /Joseon -gul) while in South Korea it is known as 한국어(Hanguk eo), 한국 말 (Hanguk-mal = Korean speech) and 우리 말 Uri-mal (our language).

King Sejong (reign.1418-1450, the fourth king of the Joseon Dynasty) invented the Korean alphabet in 1444 and promulgated it in 1446.

A mixed writing system combining Chinese characters (Hanja) and Hangul became increasingly popular during the 19th and 20th centuries. The Korean language is written using a mixture of Chinese ‘hanja’ and hangul or hangul alone.

korean language

Before 1980s Korean character was usually written from right to left in a vertical column and after 1980 Koreans started writing from left to right in horizontal lines. Now, Korean is written horizontally.

Koreans use special nouns and verb endings depending upon the person with whom they are talking. Korean has a hierarchy of verb endings depending upon the superiority of persons. The speaker should select specific nouns and verb endings depending on the second Person’s age, post and social status.

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Who invented Hangul?

King Sejong (reign.1418-1450, the fourth king of the Joseon Dynasty) invented the Korean alphabet in 1444 and promulgated it in 1446.

Even after the invention of the Korean alphabet, literate Koreans continued to write either in Classical Chinese or Idu system.

King Sejong first invented 28 letters (17 consonants and 11 vowels) for the Korean alphabet. Later revisions were made and currently, 24 characters are in use (14 consonants and 10 vowel letters). But in North Korea total alphabet is 40 (19 consonants and 21 vowels)

Where did the Korean language originate?

In the 15th century, the Korean language appeared as a formal language. King Sejong was a wise and benevolent ruler who invented the Korean language in Korea.

How to learn the Korean language easily?

– The first step to learn the Korean language is to know about hangul or hangeul which means the Korean alphabet. you have to learn Korean alphabet structure, pronunciation and you should know how to make words using the hangul alphabet.

– start writing Korean alphabets and start to make words using these alphabets. You can start writing them on paper or you can start it from a mobile application.– After learning basic Korean alphabet you should start to learn to count numbers in Korean.  

– After learning numbers in Korean, you should start to learn about Dates and times in Korean.   

– The next step must be learning about weather and seasons in Korean.   

– Next step is learning about family, relatives and society.

Now you should learn to introduce yourself in Korean. (How To introduce yourself in Korean)This is the first and most important part to show your Korean ability.–  You should memorize Korean words and you must have to make a plan or schedule to study the Korean language on a daily basis. There are some mobile applications that provide daily vocabulary throughout the year.

– You can start watching K-Dramas. There are a lot of k-dramas which provides English subtitles which is very good for new learners. But when you learned a bit of the Korean language you should start avoiding English subtitles.

– Another option to learn Korean is watching Korean Tv shows and k-pop music. This is also a very nice step to learn Koeran language. The more you listen to Korean The better you understand Korean. Korean reality tv shows are also a great resource to learn Korean.

– If you want to increase your Korean listening and speaking skills you should start talking with a native speaker. You can meet them directly or you can talk to them online also. There are some mobile applications that provide the opportunity to talk to native speakers.

Korean vs Japanese language

Korean and Japanese vocabularies are very different. These days Korean use the Hangul script (phonetic) and hanja (Chinese characters) are no longer found in most writings and hanja is about to disappear from Korea. Modern Korean cant read and write hanja characters. Modern Japanese use kanji (Chinese characters) or kanji is a lot similar to hanja characters. For Korean people, the Japanese language is the easiest language because of grammar structure and sentence order.

Korean vs Chinese language 

Japanese and Korean languages are much more similar grammatically and around 70 per cent of Korean vocabulary is similar to Chinese though Chinese and Korean are not grammatically the same. The Koreans borrowed a big number of Chinese words and gave Korean meanings.

Can Korean speak Japanese?

Many Koreans go to universities and institutes to learn Japanese. There are so many differentiations between these two languages. That means only those Koreans who have learned Japanese can speak Japanese. Normal Korean neither speak nor read/write Japanese.

Can Korean speak English?

Yes, Korean do speak English but the proportion of Korean citizens who speak is very low. The new generation starts to speak English but if you meet people over the age of 30 in 2019 who don’t speak English. Some Korean speak English but they use only some words. They cant speak fluently and they cannot connect words to make a sentence. They have made their own pronunciation and it’s hard to understand what they speak. There are many English words that are being used as Konglish words.

Can Korean speak English?

      In general, most of them don’t speak English and English is not needed in their daily life also. Maybe that is the reason they don’t want to learn English. But the new generation Koreans do really speak very good English because they are being taught by native English teachers. Korean parents are investing a huge amount of money to teach English to their children. We can see a lot of English teaching institutes (영어 학원) in most cities in South Korea.