Months in Korean

Months in Korean

Months in Korean are pretty easy to learn. Like many other vocabulary words, they all have a syllable in common that they just attach to every word. So in this instance, it’s “월” which means month.

So in Korean, you just put the number corresponding to the month (sino numbers) in front of 월 to pronounce the month. Also notice that for June and October, the name is slightly changed from it’s original number to make them easier to pronounce.

If you want to learn more about time and numbers, check out our cheat sheets and our other infographic on numbers.

List of vocabulary in this graphic:

일월 = January

이월 = February

삼월 = March

사월 = April

오월 = May

유월 = June

칠월 = July

팔월 = August

구월 = September

시월 = October

십일월 = November

십이월 = December

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  • Patrick07
    Aug 1,2015 at 10:42 pm

    as always very thankful to you guys

  • Morgan Thibeault
    Sep 30,2014 at 12:56 am

    These infographs are incredibly helpful. Thank you so much for making them! Love the style and illustrations you do for them. Do you make these in Illustrator?

    • Patrick07
      Aug 1,2015 at 10:42 pm

      yeah he does

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