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Fruit Names in Korean

 

Actually, learning many of the fruits are pretty easy because they sound almost the same in English. The pronunciation has just been “Koreanized”. There are a ton of fruit names, but these seem to be most common and I tried to throw in some names you probably would not have known.



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9 thoughts on “Fruit Names in Korean Infographic

  1. Sunny Kim says:

    만고>망고
    Grapefruit is also called yong-gwa용과!! your drawings are really cute 🙂

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Oops! Just corrected it. Double thanks 🙂

  2. Nadhia Olivos says:

    I think the korean name of blackberry is 복분자, and I am curious about the one that Koreans call 오디… is very similar… I am confused @.@ ㅋㅋㅋ anyway, great job! I like your infographic style! thank you for your effort ^^

  3. Ddong Man says:

    Nice! My 5-year old just schooled me in Korea.

  4. babo says:

    some of your romanizations are a bit off and inconsistent.

  5. Noor Ahmed says:

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  6. Patrick07 says:

    great job Dom & Hyo … you’re always doing the best

  7. JulieaKaJu) says:

    thanks a lot for your works !!! 너무 좋아요~~~ can’t wait to learn the vegetables with your drawings ^^

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