So if you didn’t know, October 9th is Hangeul Day in Korea. It was made into a holiday in recent years and people rejoiced because it meant another free day to rest.
Luckily for everyone this year, the holiday falls on a Friday which means a 3 day weekend. In honor of this holiday, I decided to put together a post showing our most popular infographics on Korean. Enjoy!
Some common terms you should know when talking about love and dating. You will hear a lot of these while watching dramas (if that’s your thing) and songs.
Who doesn’t talk about the weather? These can be very helpful for casual conversation and making general chit chat. Most are pretty simple and easy to remember.
Want to know some vocab for the subway in Korea? Here are 19 words to help you out.
7. Korean Slang
Here are some slang words to help you sound cooler to your friends.
Learn how to express yourself with these vocabulary words. There are two parts to this series.
Here are some common opposites in Korean. These are easy and good to know if you’re just starting to learn.
Keep forgetting numbers in Korean? Check out this graphic to help you out. We cover the basics and add a little bit of extra info.
Korean has a lot of sounds for pretty much everything. Check out some of them in this graphic.
There are A LOT of words for addressing certain family members so we map them out in this family chart.
This is still by far our most popular post ever. These are easy to use and remember.
Hopefully these help you guys out. To my peeps in Korea, enjoy the long weekend!Also remember that romanization is only a tool. Try not to depend on it too much. Learning the Hangul alphabet is the key to success!
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