Tag: vocabulary

How to Say Mother in Korean

How to Say Mom in Korean

Welcome back for another post on family vocabulary. If you haven’t checked out the other family vocab posts we’ve done, here they are: Dad in Korean Uncle in Korean Sister in Korean Brother in Korean Grandma in Korean Grandpa in Korean Today, we’re talking about a commonly used word, mother. […]

How to Say Rice in Korean

How to Say Rice in Korean

Hey whatsup everyone! February has almost come to a close. This year is already passing by quickly. Hope you’re ready for another quick lesson today! Today, we’re gonna talk about two words that get beginner Korean learners confused. You will often hear Koreans refer to rice as “밥”. But did […]

How to Say Uncle in Korean

How to Say Uncle in Korean

Whatsup everyone hope everyone is ready for the weekend! If you haven’t check it out, go check out our recent infographic on Korean ramen. We got a good response from it and glad everyone liked it. For today, we’re going back to some Korean family vocabulary. Learning family vocab is […]

How to say girlfriend in Korean

How to Say Girlfriend in Korean

Hey everyone! Today, we’re gonna teach you how to say girlfriend in Korean and some related vocabulary. Learning this word is very easy. For example, take 여자친구  which is the standard word for girlfriend. Like the English word, if we break it down, we get: 여자 ( yeo-ja) = girl/woman […]

How to Say Happy New Year in Korean

How to Say Happy New Year in Korean

Hey everyone! Hope everyone had an awesome Christmas holiday with your family and friends. We had a pretty good holiday here. Being the introverted couple we are, we decided to chill at home, cook, watch movies, and drink some eggnog (made it myself and turned out great). I’m on vacation […]

How to Say Dad in Korean

How to Say Dad in Korean

Hey everyone. Dom here again ready to bring you another “How to Say in Korean” post. We’ve done some other posts related to family vocabulary and phrases so you will want to check those out as well (more to come): Brother in Korean Grandma in Korean Grandpa in Korean Family […]

How to Say Love in Korean

How to Say Love in Korean

Hey everyone! November is almost over and Christmas is almost upon us. Hope all my American friends had a great Thanksgiving. Previously, we did a post on how to say “I love you” in Korean language. Check out that one after you’re done with this one (or now). This post […]

Winter Vocabulary in Korean

Winter Vocabulary in Korean

Although it’s technically still fall, we just had our first snow here in the Seoul area a few days ago. The temperature has been bouncing back and forth between below freezing for a few days, and then back up to mildly warm. I have a weird feeling that this will […]

How to Say Banana in Korean

How to Say Banana in Korean

Whatsup everyone! Dom here again. Today, we’re introducing some Konglish to you guys with the word banana in Korean. This is probably the easiest fruit to remember in Korean as it sounds almost exactly like its English counterpart. 바나나 (ba-na-na) In Korean, it sounds more like “bah-nah-nah”. For a bunch, […]

How to Say Friend in Korean

How to Say Friend in Korean

If you want to make some friends to help you with your Korean, this word is of course, very important. The word friend can be used in many situations here, but one thing I was confused about when I first arrived, is that you can’t use it for everyone, even […]