Although it’s technically still fall, we just had our first snow here in the Seoul area a few days ago. The temperature has been bouncing back and forth between below freezing for a few days, and then back up to mildly warm. I have a weird feeling that this will be a warmer winter compared to past winters here as it’s usual still not this warm here.
With that said, I thought it would be a perfect time to get some winter vocabulary to you guys. We might make a part 2 for this one around Christmas. These should be helpful for those of you heading into the winter season!
Vocabulary in this infographic:
겨울 (gyeo-ul) = Winter
눈 (nun) = Snow
눈사람 (nun-sa-ram) = Snowman
코트 (ko-teu) = Coat
목도리 (mok-do-ri) = Scarf
장갑 (jang-gab) = Gloves
춥다 (chup-da) = Cold
눈송이 (nun-song-i) = Snowflake
핫초코 (hat-cho-ko) = Hot chocolateAlso 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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