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The Best Kimchi Refrigerators: We Review the Top Brands

17 different types of kimchi

So I’ve been in Korea for over 8 years now. Time really flies. One of the things I had to really get used to after getting married, was the smell of kimchi all throughout our refrigerator. Before I married Hyo and lived alone, there was zero kimchi in my refrigerator. Now, it is full of kimchi which Hyo’s mom brings to our house every month. Hyo loves that I’m not particularly fond of kimchi because it means she can eat it all.

We would love to have a kimchi fridge in our house, however we just don’t have the space right now as we recently moved into a slightly smaller place to be closer to her dad. Hyo really wants one though as most Koreans find them necessary and useful.

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How to Say Milk in Korean

How to Say Milk in Korean

How to Say Milk in Korean

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If you love milk, why not learn how to say it in Korean so you can ask a friend for some? The word for milk is 우유 (u-yu). Really easy to remember right? If you need a bit of help, just remember that the first syllable sounds a lot like “moo”.

Korea has lots of flavors of milk that you can find at the supermarkets (like most places across the world). For example:

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How to Say Pig in Korean

How to Say Pig in Korean

How to Say Pig in Korean

Here is another basic animal word for you today.

Sticking with the farm animals once again this week (last week we told you how to say chicken in Korean language) and talking about the word for pig.

If you’ve been in Korea for any period of time, you would know how popular pork dishes are here (sorry vegans and vegetarians!).

You probably can’t go more than a few blocks without seeing a restaurant that serves pork.

So as it says above, the word for pig in Korean is 돼지. You can use this word when talking about the actual animal.

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How to Say Beer in Korean

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 here were the major Korean brands like Cass and Hite (which are terrible IMO). Craft beers were unheard of, and the only foreign beers you could find would be be at pubs and bars and they were expensive.

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How to Say Fire in Korean

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 Teacher in Korean

How to Say Teacher in Korean

How to Say Teacher in Korean

In Korea, it is not polite to address a teacher by their name. So for example in this west, we might call a teacher Ms. or Mrs. Johnson/Mr. Johnson, but in Korea, the teacher will literally just be called teacher by the students.

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