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How to Say Thank You in Korean

How to Say Thank You in Korean

How to Say Thank You in Korean

When I first started using Korean, I had watched a few dramas and I was always confused which thank you I should use. I heard the formal version most often, but also heard the impolite form.

It wasn’t until I studied Korean more that I found out about politeness levels and then it made sense of course.

For saying thank you, there are several ways like most basic phrases in Korean. You have the formal, polite, and informal forms to work with.

Let’s start with the formal version. There are two ways (romanization included):

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How to Say Yes in Korean

How to Say Yes in Korean

How to Say Yes in Korean

I remember when I first came to Korea that this was one of the first words I learned. I had my little Korean to English dictionary on the 14 hour plan ride over, and I wanted to learn all the very basic words like yes, no, thank you, hello, beer (haha), etc.

Likewise for you, adding this to your vocabulary won’t make you a pro, but you can at least use this when being asked a question.

So let’s get started with the first one…

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Summer Vocabulary in Korean

Summer Vocabulary in Korean

Summer Vocabulary in Korean

We are in the dead heat of summer here in Korea. In fact, it’s been the hottest summer on record in decades and definitely been the hottest summer in my 9 years of living here. I can’t even walk outside 2 minutes without being drenched in sweat.

Usually the rainy season lasts for half the summer and we only have to deal with super hot temps from the beginning of August, but the heat has been blazing since early July as the rainy season lasted only 7 days.

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Travel Vocabulary in Korean

Travel Vocabulary in Korean

Travel Vocabulary in Korean

When Hyo and I met, we did tons of traveling around Korea and to some places around the states. We’ve been a bit busier lately and trying to save money so we haven’t been able to go as many places as we had been able to in the past.

I learned quite a bit of travel vocabulary from her and it was a quick way to learn some useful terms.

If you’re going be be traveling in Korea, these are some useful terms you can use and recognize on signs or when trying to communicate with someone. This is only part one, so look forward to another post soon.

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How to Say Milk in Korean

How to Say Milk in Korean

How to Say Milk in Korean

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If you love milk, why not learn how to say it in Korean so you can ask a friend for some? The word for milk is 우유 (u-yu). Really easy to remember right? If you need a bit of help, just remember that the first syllable sounds a lot like “moo”.

Korea has lots of flavors of milk that you can find at the supermarkets (like most places across the world). For example:

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How to Say Sun in Korean

How to Say Sun in Korean

How to Say Sun in Korean

There are two ways to say sun in Korean.

The first way is the most common and simple way:

해 (hae)

Hey! That’s what it sounds like. You will hear this version in daily conversation so if you want to refer to the sun, use this word. It is also the pure Korean version of the word sun.

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