Vegetables in Korean Part 2

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

Ordinal Numbers in Korean

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

Instruments in Korean

Words in this infographic: 기타 (gi-ta) = guitar 색소폰 (saek-so-pon) = saxophone 플루트 (peul-lu-teu) = flute 피아노 (pi-a-no) = piano 하프 (ha-peu) = harp 트럼펫 (teu-reom-pet) = trumpet 바이올린 (ba-i-ol-lin) = violin 드럼 (deu-reom) = drum 첼로 (chel-lo) =

School Supplies in Korean

List of words in this inforgraphic: 연필 (yeon-pil) = pencil 지구본 (ji-gu-bon) = globe 계산기 (gye-san-gi) = calculator 펜 (pen) = pen 공책 (gong-chaek) = notebook 가방 (ga-bang) = bag/backpack 지우개 (ji-u-gae) = eraser 책 (chaek) = book 가위

How to Say Happy in Korean

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

Vegetables in Korean (Part 1)

Words in this infographic: 당근 (dang-geun) = Carrot 가지 (ga-ji) = Eggplant 호박 (ho-bak) = Pumpkin 감자 (gam-ja) = Potato 마늘 (ma-neul) = Garlic 파 (pa) = Green Onion 양파 (yang-pa) = Onion 버섯 (beo-seot) = Mushroom 옥수수 (ok-su-su)

Korean Counters

just like other East Asian Languages, Korean uses counters for objects and events. Most are used in conjunction with the Native Korean number system. Although there are many more than