Words in this infographic: 도구 (do-gu) = tools 망치 (mang-chi) = hammer 드릴 (deu-ril) = drill 톱 = (top) = saw 플라이어 (peul-la-i-eo) = pliers 드라이버 (deu-ra-i-beo) = screwdriver 전기톱 (jeon-gi-top) = electric saw 사다리 (sa-da-ri) = ladder 도끼 (do-kki) = axe
Asking someone how they are doing is a universal way cultures across the planet greet someone or show that they care about the person’s life or state of mind since they last saw them. Today, we will teach you how to say “How are you doing” in the Korean language. […]
Vocabulary in this infographic: 무 (mu) = radish 아스파라거스 (a-seu.pa-la-geo-seu) = asparagus 피망 (pi-mang) = bell pepper 콜리플라워 (kol-li-peu-la-weo) = cauliflower 브로콜리 (beu-lo-kol-li) = broccoli 셀러리 (sel-leo-li) = celery 생강 (saeng-gang) = ginger 배추 (bae-chu) = cabbage 상추 (sang-chu) = lettuce
Here is another set of numbers you should learn in Korean. Keep in mind that the set above are the “proper” 0ordinal numbers that are used for sequences. For counting repetitive events, you just add “번 (beon” like so: 1st 첫 번째 2nd 두 번째 3rd 세 번째 4th 네 […]
Learning how to express your emotions is a cornerstone of learning a language. So how would you express the fact that you are happy in Korean? Well there are actually two ways of expressing this emotion. For starters, let’s learn about the adjective 행복하다. This is the most common form […]
I’ve gotten better with saying these letters as I study more, but they are still the most difficult and annoying to pronounce for me. Especially when coupled with other letters. Sometimes I say them too strongly or not strong enough which results in confused stares from my listeners.