How to Say Banana in Korean

How to Say Banana in Korean

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How to Say Banana in Korean

Whatsup everyone! Dom here again. Today, we’re introducing some Konglish to you guys with the word banana in Korean. This is probably the easiest fruit to remember in Korean as it sounds almost exactly like its English counterpart.

바나나 (ba-na-na)

In Korean, it sounds more like “bah-nah-nah”.

For a bunch, you would use the Korean counter (송이) like so:

바나나 한 송이 주세요 (ba-na-na han song-i ju-se-yo) = Give me one bunch of bananas please.

Here are some other vocabulary words related to the word, banana:

바나나 우유 (ba-na-na u-yu) = banana milk

바나나 껍질 = (ba-na-na ggeop-jil) = banana peel

바나나 빵 (ba-na-na bbang) = banana bread

You can also check out our detailed infographic on fruits here.

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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