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Korean Vocabulary: Time Words (Years)

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These are all very common time words that you will come across in daily conversations. You can find more about periods of time with our cheat sheets over at the Dom & Hyo Store.

Here are the vocabulary in this inforgraphic:

해/년  (hae/nyeon) = Year

작년 (jak-nyeon) = Last year

재작년 (jae-jak-nyeon) = Year before last

올해/금년 (ol-hae/geum-nyeon) = This year

내년/다음해 (nae-nyeon/da-eum-hae) = Next year

내후년 (nae-hu-nyeon) = In two years

연간 (yeon-gan) = Yearly

연초 (yeon-cho) = Beginning of the year

연말 (yeon-mal) = End of the year

새해 (seo-hae) = New year

그해 (geu-hae) = That year

매년/해마다 (mae-nyeon/hae-ma-da) =Every year

At the Coffee Shop – Korean Vocabulary

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Here are some useful Korean words for when you are at the coffee shop. Notice that most of the vocabulary are just Konglish versions of their name in English so the only thing you have to worry about is getting that Korean sound to it when you speak it (which can be very awkward at first). If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.

Here are the list of words in text form from this graphic:

아메리카노 (a-me-ri-ka-no) = Americano

라떼 (la-dde) = Latte

카푸치노 (ka-pu-chi-no) = Cappuccino

에스프레소 (e-seu-peu-le-so) = Espresso

카페 모카 (ka-pe mo-ka) = Cafe Mocha

마끼아또 (ma-kki-a-ddo) = Macchiato

녹차 (nok-cha) = Green Tea

핫초코 (hat-cho-ko) = Hot Chocolate

뜨거운 (ddeu-geo-un) = Hot

따뜻한 (dda-ddeut-han) = Warm

차가운 (cha-ga-un) = Cold

Korean Vocabulary: Beverages in Korean

Korean Vocabulary Beverages in Korean

For today’s vocabulary, we’re just introducing some basic drinks that are easy to learn. You might need to know these when ordering something. If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.

Vocabulary:

물 (mul) = Water

주스 (ju-seu) = Juice

우유 (u-yu) = Milk

콜라 (kol-la) = Cola/Coke

맥주 (maek-ju) = Beer

커피 (keo-pi) = Coffee

차 (cha) = Tea

핫초코 (hat-cho-ko) = Hot Chocolate

와인 (wa-in) = Wine

Vocabulary: Symptoms & Illnesses in Korean Part 2

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Here is part 2 of our sicknesses & illnesses vocabulary. You may need to use some of these if you’re ever in the hospital in Korea. If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.

Korean vocabulary used in this graphic:

고혈압 (go-hyeol-ab) = High blood pressure

저혈압 (jeo-hyeol-ab) = Low blood pressure

뇌진탕 (nweh-jin-tang) = Concussion

당뇨병 (dang-nyo-byeong) = Diabetes

수술 (su-sul) = Surgery

무좀 (mu-jom) = Athlete’s Foot

설사 (seol-sa) = Diarrhea

귀통 (gwi-tong) = Earache

질환 (jil-hwan) = Disease

생리통 (saeng-ri-tong) = Menstrual Cramps

궤양 (gweh-yang) = Ulcer

재채기 (jae-chae-gi) = Sneeze

 

Vocabulary: Symptoms & Illnesses in Korean

Illnesses & Sickness Korean Vocabulary

This will be part one of a 3 part series on sickness and symptoms in Korean. Knowing these can be very helpful if you need to go to the hospital in Korea. These are also just good to know in general. If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.

Korean vocabulary in this graphic:

감기 (gan-gi) = A cold

독감 (dok-gam) = Flu

두통 (du-tong) = Headache

치통 (chi-tong) = Toothache

복통 (bok-tong) = Stomachache

구토 (gu-to) = Vomiting

변비 (byeon-bi) = Constipation

열 (yeol) = Fever

고열 (go-yeol) = High fever

기침 (gi-chim) = Cough

콧물 (kot-mul) = Runny nose

암 (am) = Cancer

Note that in Korean, there are ways to say “I caught the flu/cold”. We can say:

감기 걸렸어요 (gam-gi geol-lyeo-sseo-yo) = I caught a cold.

독감 걸렸어요 (dok-gam geol-lyeo-sseo-yo) = I caught the flu.

 

Korean Vocabulary: Pronouncing the Hangul Alphabet (Consonants)

Pronouncing the Hangul Alphabet (Consonants)

 

Pronouncing the Hangul Alphabet (Consonants)

Many people learning Korean know how to pronounce vowls of the Hangul alphabet because they sound just like they are written. However, knowing how to pronounce the consonants is less well known. Hopefully this helps you all out. Graphic form is above and we’ve also written them below. If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.

ㄱ = 기역 (gi-yeok)

ㄲ = 쌍기역 (ssang-giyeok)

ㄴ = 니은 (ni-eun)

ㄷ = 디귿 (di-geut)

ㄸ = 쌍디귿 (ssang-di-geut)

ㄹ = 리을 (ri-eul)

ㅁ = 미음 (mi-eum)

ㅂ = 비읍 (bi-eub)

ㅃ = 쌍비읍 (ssang-bi-eub)

ㅅ = 시옷 (si-ot)

ㅆ = 쌍시옷 (ssang-si-ot)

ㅇ = 이응 (i-eung)

ㅈ = 지읒 (ji-eut)

ㅉ = 쌍찌읒 (ssang-jji-eut)

ㅊ = 치읓 (chi-eut)

ㅋ = 키읔 (ki-euk)

ㅌ = 티읕 (ti-eut)

ㅍ = 피읖 (pi-eup)

ㅎ = 히읗 (hi-eut)

Vocabulary: Describing Weeks in Korean

Describing weeks in korean

Just like in English and other languages, you should know how describe weeks by saying things like this week, last week, and so on. You will hear these frequently spoken in Korean so knowing these will help your vocabulary a lot. Graphic above and w’ve also written them below. If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.

주 (ju) = Week

지난주 (ji-nan-ju) = Last week

지지난주 (ji-ji-nan-ju) = Week before last

이번주 (i-beon-ju) = This week

다음주 (da-eum-ju) = Next week

다다음주 (da-da-eum-ju) = Week after next week

주말 (ju-mal) = Weekend

평일 (pyeong-il) = Weekdays

매주 (mae-ju) = Every week