How to Say Honey in Korean

Koreans are just like most people and when they are in romantic relationships, they like to use terms of endearment towards their sweethearts. There are many that they use (click on the previous link), but today, we’re going to focus … Continue reading

Colors in Korean

Learning the Korean colors should be one of several things you learn once you start studying Korean. It will help you a lot when you are trying to describe certain things or hear someone else describing something. The basic colors … Continue reading

How to Say Brother in Korean

Korean differs from English when referring to siblings. For instance with English, someone is brother or sister regardless of the person’s sex. However with Korean, how you refer to your brother will depend on whether you are a man or … Continue reading

How to Say Congratulations in Korean

If you have Korean friends or acquaintances or if you are/will be spending a decent amount of time in Korea, this will be a handy phrase to know. You will eventually want to congratulate someone on a graduation, a birthday, … Continue reading

How to Say I Miss You in Korean

This is one of the most common phrases you will use and come across, especially if you are dating a Korean significant other. If you watch a lot of Korean dramas or listen to a lot of Korean songs, you … Continue reading

How to Say Cheers in Korean

Chances are if you come to Korea for work or travel (and are 18+ ㅋㅋ), you will be invited to go out and drink with your coworkers or friends. When you go out with your coworkers, it is called a … Continue reading

How to Say I’m Sorry in Korean

Another important phrase you should learn to say in Korean is “I’m sorry.” You will need this in your arsenal if you visit Korea because 9 times out of 10, you will bump into someone in the crowded streets at … Continue reading

How to Say Good Night in Korean

Like saying good morning in Korean, saying good night has different levels of formality depending on who you are talking to. 안녕히 주무세요 (an-nyeong-hi ju-mu-se-yo) For saying good night formally, I use this often with my mother and father in … Continue reading