It’s just about spring time so we are finishing our season series with some spring vocabulary in Korean! We may do a part 2 like we did for some of the others as well.
Spring is one of the best times to visit Korea as the freezing Korean winter has passed yet, the humidity of summer hasn’t arrived yet. You can also check out the many cherry blossom festivals across the country throughout April.
It looks like it will be warmer than usual this year, so the cherry blossoms may bloom sooner than usual.
Here are the words in this infographic:
봄 (bom) = Spring
꽃 (ggot) = Flower(s)
벚꽃 (beot-ggot) = Cherry blossoms
무지개 (mu-ji-gae) = Rainbow
비 (bi) = Rain
벌 (beol) = Bee
나비 (na-bi) = Butterfly
우산 (u-san) = Umbrella
소풍 (소풍) = Picnic
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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