Vocabulary: Small Differences in Korean Pt.4

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Part 4 of our series on similar, yet different Korean vocabulary words. If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.

Vocabulary in this comic:

모레 (mo-re) = Day after tomorrow

모래 (mo-rae) = Sand

풀 (pul) = Glue

뿔 (bbul) = Horn

~시 (shi) = City/Town

씨 (sshi) = Mr./Mrs.

그림 (geu-rim) = Picture

크림 (keu-rim) = Cream

미녀 (mi-nyeo) = Beautiful girl

마녀 (ma-nyeo) = Witch

거저 (geo-jeo) = For free

꺼져 (ggeo-jyeo) = Rude way of saying go away

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  • May 11,2016 at 9:34 am

    One small sound makes a big difference when pronouncing Korean words. So, be careful!

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