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Opposites in Korean

Lots of vocabulary on opposites. This may be a two or three part series depending on how you guys like it. Korean opposite words are pretty fun although some may seem difficult to remember because of the strange spellings.

 



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16 thoughts on “Infographic: Opposites in Korean

  1. Taleen Brady says:

    I love it! These are some of the words I have the hardest time with. More please!

  2. mary says:

    Hey, some of these sound familiar from watching too many kdramas! 🙂

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Yep! These are very common words 🙂

  3. ChocoPandaa says:

    I feel so proud of myself when I know some words and the meaning ;u;

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Know the feeling 🙂

      • ChocoPandaa says:

        Waiting for the day I can actually converse in Korean with long complex sentences! xD

  4. Meow says:

    The spellings are so weird! How can I learn them more easily?

    • Dominic 'Dom' Dinkins says:

      Yeah a lot of these have some strange spellings compared to others. Really just repetition and studying. If you can hear and see them daily, it will help a lot.

  5. Patrick07 says:

    Dominic, what’s the meaning of ” -da” in korean?

  6. Quinton Simmons says:

    Yassss more verbs. Thanks D.

  7. Alexis says:

    This is super helpful!! I cannot tell you how difficult it was for me to find something as simple and useful as your infographs! 😀

  8. Rumeysa Özdemir says:

    I discovered this website a few minutes ago and I fell in love with all your work! Thanks for sharing with us. Now I have a new source for learning Korean in a funny way. ^^ 정말 감사합니다. Keep up the good work!

  9. Suaconlonton says:

    woa, it’s really easy to know 😀 i’ll visit page regularly n add ur Fb too, seeya!!! 😀

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