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How to Say Rice in Korean

How to Say Rice in Korean

Hey, what’s up everyone! February has almost come to a close. This year is already passing by quickly. We hope you’re ready for another quick lesson today! Today, we’re gonna talk about two words that get beginner Korean learners confused. You will often hear Koreans refer to rice as “밥”. […]

How to Say Uncle in Korean

How to Say Uncle in Korean

What’s up everyone! Hope everyone is ready for the weekend! If you haven’t check it out, go check out our recent infographic on Korean ramen. We got a good response from it and glad everyone liked it. For today, we’re going back to some Korean family vocabulary. Learning family vocab […]

Korean Instant Noodles Chart - The Best

Korean Instant Noodles Chart

This chart features some of the more popular brands of instant noodles from 1963 and onward. We wanted to include many, many, more, but there are literally hundreds, if not thousands of brands from over the years. It was actually quite fun researching and hand drawing the many different designs […]

How to Say Love in Korean

How to Say Love in Korean

Hey everyone! November is almost over and Christmas is almost upon us. Hope all my American friends had a great Thanksgiving. Previously, we did a post on how to say “I love you” in the Korean language. Check out that one after you’re done with this one (or now). This […]

Counting to ten in Korean

Counting to Ten in Korean

Hey everyone. Sorry for the long break from posting again. The new job has changed my schedule quite a bit and it’s taking some getting used to. I haven’t quite had the energy I used to have but I’m going to try to get back to consistent posting for you […]

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 […]

How to say tiger in Korean

How to Say Tiger in Korean

The word for tiger in Korean is very similar to the word for cat, 고양이 (go-yang-i). The animal itself has a lot of cultural importance and history in the country. If you watched the Olympics in Pyeongchang this, year, you saw that the mascot was a white tiger. White tiger […]

How to Say Beer in Korean

How to Say Beer in Korean

A lot of people love beer. It’s no different in Korea. Although soju is the number one alcohol in Korea, people love their beer here. Beer in the Korean language is simply 맥주 (maek-ju). When I first arrived in Korea in 2009, the only brands of beer you could find […]