Just like in English and other languages, you should know how describe weeks by saying things like this week, last week, and so on. You will hear these frequently spoken in Korean so knowing these will help your vocabulary a lot. Graphic above and we’ve also written them below. If you want to study even more and improve your Korean, check out our ebooks over at the Dom & Hyo Store.
주 (ju) = Week
지난주 (ji-nan-ju) = Last week
지지난주 (ji-ji-nan-ju) = Week before last
이번주 (i-beon-ju) = This week
다음주 (da-eum-ju) = Next week
다다음주 (da-da-eum-ju) = Week after next week
주말 (ju-mal) = Weekend
평일 (pyeong-il) = Weekdays
매주 (mae-ju) = Every week
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