Infographic: Feelings and Emotions in Korean

Emotions in Korean

 

Korean vocabulary for emotions are kind of important to know. You can express yourself in many ways (even with basic sentences) if you know most of these. I had a lot of fun making this one.


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  • Alyssa Donovan

    Please correct 걱정되요 to 걱정돼요!!!! ㅠㅠㅠㅠ

    • Dominic ‘Dom’ Dinkins

      Thanks. At work now but will correct it later 🙂

      • XiaoVee

        Thanks for sharing Dom! 😀

        • Dominic ‘Dom’ Dinkins

          No problem! Hope all is well 🙂

  • http://Koreainmykitchen.com/ Leslie – koreainmykitchen.com

    I love your picture for hungry and crazy!! How about frustrated? That is common feeling over here as a mama of four! 😉 Mostly frustrated with all the laundry!

    • yanti

      Agreed…

    • Dominic ‘Dom’ Dinkins

      Haha I wanted to do it, but I think we might do a part 2 for these. Thanks for the suggestion!

    • BuYoung Heo

      ya how can I say ‘ frustrated’ in Korean? it’s so difficult to teach it to my canadian boyfriend.
      좌절하다 means ‘furstrated’ in Korean but we don’t really use it these days.
      what would be the best korean work to describe ‘frustrated?’

  • sweivy

    wao… thanks~
    this can help to improve my Korean.

  • patata

    wow thanks, a al the corean bandboy fangirls will be really happY!

  • Patrick07

    love it thanks so much for always bring us the best content ever and the graphics are excelents as always 😀 … keep going 🙂