Cooking ingredient Vocabulary Words in Korean

Cooking ingredient vocabulary in Korean

List of words in this infographic: 식초 (sik-cho) = Vinegar 간장 (gan-jang) = Soy sauce 케첩 (ke-cheob) = Ketchup 계피 (gye-pi) = Cinnamon 고춧가루 (go-chut-ga-ru) = Chili powder 베이킹소다 (be-i-king-so-da) = Baking soda 베이킹파우더 (be-i-king-pa-u-deo) = Baking powder 참기름 (cham-gi-reum) = sesame oil 마요네즈 (ma-yo-ne-jeu) = Mayonnaise

Jagiya Meaning – What Does Jagiya Mean?

Jagiya meaning

Terms of affection are very common in Korean, and there are quite a few you can use depending on your relationship with the person. For today, we’re going to talk about ‘jagiya’ and what it means and when to use it. Meaning The basic meaning of this word is the equivalent of ‘baby’, ‘honey’, or … Read more

Difference Between 누구 and 누가

Like any other language, Korean has similar words that have similar meanings, but knowing the context to use them properly is key and can be confusing. For beginners, knowing the difference between 누구 and 누가 is one of the most common questions people have. We’re going to explain the difference between the two in this … Read more

How to Say ‘Where Are You’ in Korean

Looking for someone because you’re in a hurry? Waiting to meet a friend and need to ask why they’re late or why they haven’t shown up? Then let’s learn a useful phrase for these situations today. Depending on the age of the person you’re talking to, and the particular situation, there are a few ways … Read more

How to Say ‘Everyone’ in Korean

If you want to address a group of people all at once, you’ll need to know the correct words and situations to use. Let’s look at the different words for ‘everyone’. 여러분 (yeo-reo-bun) This is a word that is used often and you may even already recognize it. It’s one of the first words my … Read more

How to Say ‘Come Here’

How to say come here in Korean

Ready to learn some more useful phrases? Today, we’re covering how to say ‘Come here’ in Korean. This was one of the first phrases I learned as I heard it constantly in public, and in Korean dramas. This will be a short post since the phrases are very simple and short. Let’s begin. 이리 오세요 … Read more

How to Say ‘Are You Okay’ & ‘It’s Okay in Korean’

If a friend or family member looks distressed or troubled, you will probably want to ask them if they’re okay and how they are doing. Today, we’re going to teach you a common phrase based on a common verb that you will quickly be able to use in daily conversation. If you’re familiar with a … Read more

How to Say ‘Good Afternoon’ in Korean

How to say good afternoon in Korean

If you wanted to greet someone in Korean with a polite ‘Good afternoon’, how would you do it? Well, the first thing you should know is that there is no direct translation of ‘Good afternoon’ in Korean. Some faulty translators may give a direct translation such as ‘좋은 오후’ but it’s awkward, and Koreans would … Read more

How to Say ‘Promise’ in Korean

How to Say Promise in Korean

Today, we’re going to teach how to say ‘promise’ in Korean. This is another simple, beginner-level word/phrase that you can use and recognize immediately if you listen in on Korean conversations or watch Korean television. Ready to learn? It’ll be easy, we promise! 약속 (yak-sok) This is the simple noun for the ‘promise’. Like many … Read more