Category : Korean Language Infographics

How to Say I’m Sorry in Korean

How to Say I'm Sorry in Korean

Another important phrase you should learn to say in Korean is “I’m sorry.” You will need this in your arsenal if you visit Korea because 9 times out of 10, you will bump into someone in the crowded streets at some point and need to apologize.

Or you may be in an argument with your Korean SO or friend. Knowing how to write or say sorry would be very beneficial!

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Basic Korean Verbs You Should Know (Pt.1)

basic korean verbs

This is part 1 of our short series “Basic Korean Verbs You Should Know”.

These are just to give you some common verbs that you might use in daily conversation and will help you get a good foundation on some of the basic verbs.

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How to Say Fire in Korean

how to say fire in korean

So a lot of people don’t know that there are two ways to say fire in Korean. The common way of saying “불” just refers to the flame or object of fire. So if you’re camping or cooking on the stove, 불 would be appropriate to call the flame you see burning.

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How to Say Good Night in Korean

How to Say Good Night in Korean

Like saying good morning in Korean, saying good night has different levels of formality depending on who you are talking to.

안녕히 주무세요 (an-nyeong-hi ju-mu-se-yo)

For saying good night formally, I use this often with my mother and father in law and if taken for its literal meaning, it means to sleep peacefully.

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How to Say Good Job in Korean

How to Say Good Job in Korean

There are two common phrases that you will hear for “good job”. From my experience, the first one is more casual than the second and I hear it used towards younger people a lot.

The second one is what you can use towards coworkers and workers you may see at shops.

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How to Say Lol in Korean (ㅋㅋㅋ)

Lol in Korean (ㅋㅋㅋ)

Korean has many ways to express laughter, the most popular being ㅋㅋㅋ. You would also write these with internet slang and text messaging very frequently. Here is a breakdown of the most common and easiest ways to express the equivalent of lol in Korean.

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