Korean Language Infographics
Months in Korean are pretty easy to learn. Like many other vocabulary words, they all have a syllable in common that they just attach to every word. So in this instance, it’s “월” which means month. So in Korean, you just put the number corresponding to the month (sino numbers) […]
Korean numbers can seem very difficult at first, but once you get the basics of how they work, it’s pretty easy….although I still have trouble with the native Korean numbers. These are just the basics, but the Sino numbers do go past 1000 of course. Too many zeros to […]
For those of you living in Korea, this might prove useful while out and about. Would like to thank and recommend Chen’s Blog for the list of vocab for this graphic. There is tons of info about Korean on the site so check it out!
This is kind of a piggy back off the emoticon infographic as a few people have been asking for another graphic about Korean Slang. Sort of a “Part 2”.
I loved space and the solar system as a kid (and still do) so this was fun to make.
Actually, learning many of the fruits are pretty easy because they sound almost the same in English. The pronunciation has just been “Koreanized”. There are a ton of fruit names, but these seem to be most common and I tried to throw in some names you probably would not […]
*Click picture for a closer view of the romanization* I got this idea from a fan (didn’t want me to publicize their name but thanks!). This might be helpful especially for those of you who are really into the dramas here and are trying to pick up on new […]