Sad Words in Korean – 12 Words to Learn

We’ve done a few posts on words and phrases related to emotion here on the blog. We’ll link those at the end of this post. There are lots of words related to expressing sadness in Korean that will be useful for you to learn. Expressing your emotions is an important part of the human experience … Read more

How to Say ‘Rainy Day’ in Korean

How do you usually feel on rainy days? Some people love them and love hearing the sound of the rain falling. Others might feel a bit down or gloomy and hate staying inside all day. Today we’re going to teach you how to say ‘rainy day’ in Korean, as well as some other related words … Read more

Meaning of ‘Aish’ in Korean – Easy to Learn!

While watching your favorite Kdrama shows or other Korean television, you may have come across the word ‘Aish’ many times. It’s possible that you already can infer the meaning of this word when you heard it in context. To start off, ‘Aish’ is basically a way of expressing frustration or slight anger at someone or … Read more

Alcohol in Korean Language & Other Meanings

Looking to try some of the local alcohol in South Korea? There are quite a few options depending on your preferences and budget. Drinking culture is pretty huge in South Korea with things called ‘회식’ [hwe-sik] happening frequently. These are company dinners held after work where co-workers eat and drink together. So how do you … Read more

Anyone, Anything, & Anywhere in Korean

One of the most common words you will hear in Korean is ‘아무 [(a-mu]’. It’s the equivalent of ‘any’ in English and is used in many different contexts and situations. It can only be used with nouns. Just like ‘anyone’, ‘anything’, and ‘anywhere’, you can add ‘아무’ to other nouns. Learning these can be a … Read more

Korean Birthday Vocabulary

Korean birthday vocabulary

Happy birthday! Today, we’re bringing you some common and useful words related to birthdays in Korean. like everywhere else in the world, Koreans celebrate birthdays with cakes, parties, and presents. They’re usually pretty fun occasions and there’s usually lots of good food to be had. Want to learn how to say ‘Happy birthday’? Check out … Read more

Dental/Dentist Vocabulary in Korean

Dental/dentist vocabulary in Korean

Love going to the dentist? Hate going to the dentist? Either way, you will need to know some important words if you need to find a dentist or dental supplies to keep your teeth looking nice and healthy. One thing you may notice about several words in the infographic is that many of them have … Read more