Basic Adverbs in Korean

Words in this infographic: 없이 (eop-shi) = without 많이 (man-i) = many 조금 (jo-geum) = a little, a few 함께 (ham-kke) = together 혼자 (hon-ja) = alone 보통 (bo-tong) = usually 자주 (ja-ju) = often, frequently 일찍  (il-jjik)

How to Say Beautiful in Korean

Hey everyone! For today's phrase, we will be talking about how to say beautiful in Korean. We did an earlier post on how to say pretty here, so you can check
How to say apple in Korean

How to Say Apple in Korean

Our last featured the Korean word for , so go take a look if you haven't already. For today, we're looking at how to say apple in Korean. It is probably
Christmas Words in Korean Vocabulary

Christmas Words in Korean

Merry Christmas everyone! Hope everyone is enjoying the holidays. We thought this would be the perfect time to add some vocabulary (we've never done a post on Christmas). Although Christmas is
Places in Korean

Places Around the City in Korean – Vocabulary Infographic

Vocabulary in this infographic: 교회 (gyo-hoe) = Church 대학교 (dae-hak-gyo) = College 경찰서 (gyeong-chal-seo) = Police station 편의점 (pyeon-ui-jeom) = Convenience store 도서관 (do-seo-gwan) = Library 빵집 (bbang-jib) = Bakery 소방서 (so-bang-seo) = Fire station 주유소 (ju-yu-so) =
How to Say God in Korean

How to Say God in Korean

Our word for today is 'God'. There are many ways to say this depending on the context and situation. For most Koreans, referring to God as simply a being that is