And we’re back for a part 2 of types of foods in Korean. More Konglish again so these should be easy to remember. Words in this infographic: 샌드위치 (saen-deu-wi-chi) = Sandwich 피자 (pi-ja) = Pizza 초밥/스시 (cho-bab/seu-shi) = Sushi 주스 (ju-seu) = Juice 후추 (hu-chu) = Pepper 치킨 (chi-kin) = […]
We will probably be doing a few more graphics on food and drinks in the upcoming weeks. Here are the words in this infographic: 우유 (u-yu) = milk 고기 (go-gi) = meat 과일 (gwa-il) = gwa-il 계란/달걀 (gye-ran/dal-gyal) = egg (there is no difference between the two words except that […]
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”. […]
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 […]
The word for chicken in Korean is very easy to learn. Let’s start of with the word ‘닭’ (dak). This is mainly used to describe the animal itself and certain dishes that are chicken based. So for example if you actually saw a live chicken, you would use this word. […]
If you want to learn how to say I’m hungry in the Korean language, then you will have a very easy time learning it. The phrase for hungry and full are very easy to remember even with the formal versions added.