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How to Say ‘Moon’ in Korean

Today, we have a simple vocabulary word for you to learn. We’re going to learn how to say ‘moon’ in Korean. We’ll also go through variations and related words to help with your vocabulary bank. Let’s  get going! 달 (dal) Some people get this word confused with ‘딸’ which has […]

How to Say ‘Life’ in Korean

What is the meaning of life? Depending on your beliefs, this could vary. But let’s not get into deep topics like that here 🙂 Today, we’re covering five words that convey ‘life’ in Korean. Each one has a slightly different nuance and is used differently from one another. If you […]

Bon Appétit! – How to Say ‘Eat’ in Korean

If it’s one thing you should know about Korean culture, it’s that eating is a big part of it. It’s a communal thing for people to enjoy and even eating alone is seen as something weird to do (although this is changing and more and more people don’t care about […]

Brrrr – How to Say ‘Cold’ in Korean

Korean is known for having many ways to say one action or feelings. For example, there are many ways to say the verb ‘wear’ depending what you are putting on. For the word ‘cold’ this also applies. In English, the word cold is used for the temperature of the weather, […]

Leaving? How to Say ‘See you later’ in Korean

Today, we will introduce some popular ways to say ‘see you later’ in Korean. This phrase can be categorized in ‘goodbye’ which we did a post on here. For this post, we will do a more literal translation. Let’s start with our first phrase. 이따 봐. (i-tta bwa) 이따 봐요. […]

Thank You and? – How to Say You’re Welcome in Korean

When giving or receiving something, you should know both thank you and you’re welcome. It’s the polite thing to do, and people will always appreciate it. We’ve covered thank you in another post here, so you’ll want to check that out first, or after you’ve read this post. So how […]

Stop right there! – How to Say Stop in Korean

Stop right there! Yes, it’s time to stop what you’re doing and learn today’s Korean phrase. The phrase we’re teaching to you is how to say ‘stop’ in Korean. We will also be going over some variations including how to tell people to ‘stop it’ or stop doing something. There […]

Cleaning Vocabulary in Korean

List of words in this infographic: 세탁기 (se-tak-gi) = washing machine 대걸레 (dae-geol-le) = mop 쓰레기통 (sseu-re-gi-tong) = trash can 비누 (bi-nu) = soap 쓰레기받기 (sseu-re-gi-bad-gi) = dustpan 먼지떨이 (meon-ji-tteol-i) = duster 솔 (sol) = cleaning brush 빗자루 (bit-ja-ru) = broom 스펀지 (seu-peon-ji) = sponge

Hospital vocabulary in Korean

Hospital Vocabulary in Korean

List of words in this infographic: 병원 (byeong-weon) = hospital 의사 (ui-sa) = doctor 간호사 (gan-ho-sa) = nurse 주사 (ju-sa) = shot 약 (yak) = medicine 환자 (hwan-ja) = patient 구급차 (gu-geup-cha) = ambulance 혈액 검사 (hyeol-aek geom-sa) = blood test 엑스레이 (ek-seu-re-i) = x-ray