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Korean Phrase Chonmaneyo = Youre welcome Jebal = please Mianhe = sorry Kajima = dont go Kaja = Lets go Uljima = dont

cry Niga Mipda = I hate u Ttarawa = Follow me Shiro = I dont want Barabwa = Look at me Jalhaebwa = Good Luck Maraebwa = Tell Me Hajiman = But Hanbondo = 1 more time Miwo = Hate u Nu Guyah = who is it Bogoshipo = I miss u Nadu = Me too Jowahae = I like u Saranghae = I love u Sa = 4 (four) Bangawoyo = nice to meet u (choayo) > (choahaeyo) means is good, is liked or likes (shireoyo) > (shireohaeyo) means is dislikes or dislikes (gippeoyo) > (gippeohaeyo) means is happy or glad = An nyoung = hello (informal) = An nyoung ha se yo = hello (formal) = you bo se yo = hello (on a telephone) Useful Korean phrases A collection of useful phrases in Korean. Click on the English phrases to see them in many other languages. Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal English (Korean ) Welcome (hw angyong- hamnida) Hello (annyeonghaseyo) - frm, (annyeong) - inf (yeoboseyo) - on phone How are you? I'm fine, thanks. ? (eotteohke jinaeseyo?) ? (an nyeong ha siut seum ni ka?) (jaljinaeyo) Long time no see (orenmanida) What's your name? My name is ... ? (dangsinui ireumeun mueosip nikka?) inf ? (sungham ee uttoke daesipnika?) frm ... (je ireum-eun ... imnida) Where are you from? I'm from ... ? (Eodiseo osyeosseoyo) ... (Jeoneun ... eseo wasseuyo) Pleased to meet you (Mannaseo bangapseumnida) [frm polite] (Mannaseo bangawoyo) [inf polite] Good morning/ afternoon/evening (annyeong hashimnikka) Good night (annyonghi jumushipsiyo) - frm (jal jja) - inf Goodbye (an n y eo n g )

(annyeonghi gyeseyo) - you are leaving (annyeonghi gaseyo) - you are staying Good luck (haeng un eul bil eo yo) frm (haeng un eul bin da) inf Cheers/Good health! [] (geonbae) lit. "dry glass", (w ihayeo) Bon appetit (jal meokkesseumnida) - before a meal (jal meogeosseumnida) - after a meal (masitkke deuseyo) Bon voyage ! (jalda nyeoo sip sio!) I don't understand (moreuges s eumnida) Please speak more slowly (Cheoncheonhi malssuemhae jeseyo) Please write it down ! (Cheogeo jeseyo!) Do y ou speak Korean? Yes, a little ? (hangukmal hasil jul aseyo?) - frm ? (hangukmal hal jul ani?) - inf , (yae, jogeumyo) - frm , (eung, jogeum) - inf How do you say ... in Korean? ... ? (... reul hangukmal-lo eotteoh-ge maraeyo?) Excuse me ! (s h illeh ag es s u mn id a) How much is this? ? (ige eolmayeyo?) Sorry ! ( mian h amn id a) Thank you (kamsahamnida) - frm (komapsumnida) - inf Response (anieyo) Where's the toilet? ? (hwajangsiri eodiyeyo) I love you (sarang hae) Leave me alone! ! (honja naebeoryeo dushipshio) Merry Christmas and Happy New Year (jeulgeoun seongtanjeol bonaesigo saehae bok manhi bateusaeyo) Happy Easter (haengpoghan puhwarcheori toesikir) Happy Birthday (saengil chukha hamnida) One language is never enough (han gaji un u nun chung boon ha ji mot hae) My hovercraft is full of eels (Nae hoebuhkeurapeuteuneun changuhro kadeuk cha isseyo) annyeonghaseyo, which is an overly used phrase equivalent to good morning, good evening, hi or hello kamsahamnida, to say thank you and i have also used (komawayo) after being served when we dined in.

/ (gwaenchana/gwaenchanayo) is very handy to say its okay, no problem or are you okay? (just change the intonation). / (ye/aniyo) which mean yes and no respectively are very basic as a reply to simple questions. ~ (~juseyo) the polite ending which means please give me. This has been very useful when asking for something specially on traditional Korean restaurant where people dont speak English at all. I remember ordering rice and requesting for water using this phrase and it goes like this: o (Bap juseyo) ordering rice. o (mull juseyo) requesting for water. ? (olmanayo) simple but polite way to ask how much? ~/ (i.eyo/eyo) noun plus this ending is proven to be very helpful its like asking or saying..is this ~. I remember using this to ask if the building in front of us is what we are looking for. Orange Shock? (Is this Orange Shock?) ~ (chuayo) this verb ending could mean to like, and I had the guts to say to an (ajusshi or polite way to address an old man) (Wheesungsshi chuahaeyo). (saeng-il chukha-hamnida) this is polite formal way to say it (saeng-il chukha-haeyo) this is the casual polite way

(jal jja) - inf (annyeong) (annyeonghi gyeseyo) - you are leaving (annyeonghi gaseyo) - you are staying (haeng un eul bil eo yo) frm (haeng un eul bin da) inf [] (geonbae) lit. "dry glass", (wihayeo) (jal meokkesseumnida) - before a meal (jal meogeosseumnida) - after a meal (masitkke deuseyo) ! (jalda nyeoo sip sio!) (moreugesseumnida) (Cheoncheonhi malssuemhae jeseyo) ! (Cheogeo jeseyo!)

Goodbye

Good luck Cheers/Good health!

Bon appetit

Bon voyage I don't understand Please speak more slowly Please write it down

? (hangukmal hasil jul Do you speak Korean? aseyo?) - frm ? (hangukmal hal jul ani?) - inf Yes, a little , (yae, jogeumyo) - frm , (eung, jogeum) - inf How do you say ... in Korean? Excuse me How much is this? Sorry Thank you Response ... ? (... reul hangukmal-lo eotteoh-ge maraeyo?) ! (shillehagessumnida) ? (ige eolmayeyo?) ! (mianhamnida) (kamsahamnida) - frm (komapsumnida) - inf (anieyo) ? (hwajangsiri eodiyeyo) (sarang hae) ! (honja naebeoryeo dushipshio) (jeulgeoun seongtanjeol bonaesigo saehae bok manhi bateusaeyo) (haengpoghan puhwarcheori toesikir) (saengil chukha hamnida) (han gaji un u nun chung boon ha ji mot hae) (Nae hoebuhkeurapeuteuneun changuhro kadeuk cha isseyo)

Useful Korean phrases Where's the toilet? A collection of useful phrases in Korean. Click on the English phrases to see them in many other languages. Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal English Welcome Hello How are you? I'm fine, thanks. Long time no see What's your name? (Korean) (hwangyong-hamnida) (annyeonghaseyo) - frm, (annyeong) - inf (yeoboseyo) - on phone ? (eotteohke jinaeseyo?) ? (an nyeong ha siut seum ni ka?) (jaljinaeyo) (orenmanida) ? (dangsinui ireumeun mueosip nikka?) inf ? (sungham ee uttoke daesipnika?) frm ... (je ireum-eun ... imnida) ? (Eodiseo osyeosseoyo) ... (Jeoneun ... eseo wasseuyo) (Mannaseo bangapseumnida) [frm polite] (Mannaseo bangawoyo) [inf polite] (annyeong hashimnikka) (annyonghi jumushipsiyo) - frm COLOR Happy Easter Happy Birthday One language is never enough My hovercraft is full of eels I love you Leave me alone! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

My name is ... Where are you from? I'm from ...

Korean (black) (WHITE) (blue) (green)

(red) (yellow)

Pleased to meet you Good morning/ afternoon/evening Good night

Kamsahamnida - Thank you (formal) Komap seumnida - Thank you (less formal) Mianhaeyo - Sorry Mianhamnida - Sorry Hangukmal hasil jul aseyo? - Do you speak Korean?

Moreuges seumnida - I don't understand Cheoncheonhi malssuemhae jeseyo - Please speak slower Dang sinui ireu meun mueosip nikka? - What is your name? Je ireumeun (name) imnida - My name is (name) Jeoneun (name) imnida - I am (name) (Name) imnida - I'm (name) Annyeong ha shut suh yo? - How have you been? (formal) Annyong hashimnikka? - How are you? (formal) Eotteohke jinaeseyo? - How are you? Jaljinaeyo - Fine, thanks Haeng un! - Good luck!

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Baegopa - I'm hungry Ulmayeyo? - How much is it? Uhdeeitseum nikka? - Where is it? Numbers Number 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Pure Korean () () () () Sino-Korean 80 90 100 1,000 10,000 100,000 1,000,000 10,000,000 100,000,000 1,000,000,000 10,000,000,000 100,000,000,000 1,000,000,000,000 60 70

Days of the Week Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday (Chinese for = - sun) ( - moon) ( - fire) ( - water) ( - wood)

Friday Saturday

( - gold) ( - earth (soil))

white yellow

Months of the Year January February March April May June July August September October November December (not ) (not )

Family Brothers and Sisters brother (of a male) younger brother brothers or sisters of different mothers brother in law (sister's husband) brother in law (wife's brother) brother in law (husband's younger brother) sister in law (woman's brother's wife) sister in law (younger brother's wife) husband's sister sister in law (elder brother's wife) older sister (of a female) older sister (of a male)

Colors black blue brown gold green grey orange pink purple red silver , , , younger sister

Parents and Grandparents father mother stepfather stepmother grandmother (maternal) grandfather (maternal) grandparents grandmother (paternal) grandfather (paternal)

Sons and Daughters first born son second born son daughter first born daughter second born daughter stepchild stepson stepdaughter granddaughter grandson one's dependents

to slice, chop to grate, grind to peel (the skin) to stir, whip, beat to mince to stir, beat, churn to saute, fry (in oil) to be fried to pour to crush to fill (A) with (B) , to add (B) to (A)

() () , (A) (B) (A) (B) (A) (B) (A) (B) (A) (B) ()

Aunts and Uncles uncle on father's side uncle on mother's side uncle (maternal aunt's husband) uncle (paternal aunt's husband) aunt (wife of father's younger brother) aunt (maternal aunt) aunt (paternal aunt)

to put (A) in (B) to combine (A) and (B) to mix (A) and (B) to stir, mix to mix, combine (mixing ratio) to cook to roast, broil, bake to boil or cook (something) (usually in water)

Other niece nephew cousin to parboil to deep fry, to fry in oil to steam to mix up, mingle together Cooking Terms to cut (up) to chop (up), mince, hash to slice thinly to be mixed up to grill, barbecue to boil, heat (water or another liquid)

to come to a boil (a liquid) to season, dress to knead to whip, froth to salt, preserve to boil, blanch to season, spice (up) to fry, to cook (on a griddle) to make, prepare

medicine metropolitan monthly news flash (breaking news) personalities politics public opinion real estate recreation regional

News broadcast cartoons circulation combined culture economy editorials education entertainment finance, money food general (news) gossip, criticism industry leisure life, living local, regional

science, technology securities society special edition, feature tourism, travel, sightseeing weekly

Occupations () actress, actor computer programmer doctor lawyer musical composer musical director office worker pianist painter professor

simultaneous interpreter student teacher translator writer Body Achilles tendon ankle arm back calf (of the leg) cheek ear elbow eye finger foot forehead hand head jaw knee leg mouth neck nose shoulder

side toe wrist

Animals Mammals ( ) antelope bear buffalo calf camel cat cheetah chicken chimpanzee cow deer dog donkey fox giraffe goat gorilla hippo horse hyena koala bear leopard /

lion mole orangutan ox panda pig pony rabbit raccoon rat/mouse rhino sheep squirrel tiger whale wolf zebra

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dove duck eagle goose gull hen magpie ostrich parrot peacock penguin rooster sparrow swan vulture

Wildlife () ant bee

Reptiles () crocodile frog iguana lizard snake turtle butterfly cockroach dragonfly fish fly leech monkey mosquito snail

Birds () crane crow

Academics General student teacher professor attendance absence lateness leaving early elementary school middle school/junior high school high school college/university , , ,

University Majors () anthropology architecture business administration chemical engineering chemistry civil engineering computer engineering economics electrical engineering electronic engineering industrial engineering law linguistics mathematics

High School Subjects () biology chemistry English class ethics fine arts geology home economics Korean class Korean history mathematics physical education physics world history

music philosophy physics psychology Tae Kwon Do Belts () white belt yellow belt green belt blue belt red belt black-and-red belt

black belt

fingers elbow forearm upper elbow back elbow side elbow downward elbow solar plexus heel foot blade instep back sole foot sword knee

Weapons () cane short stick middle staff long staff knife dagger sword handle spear fan rope

The Body () fist fore fist back fist hammer fist side hammer fist hand knife hand inner knife hand reverse knife hand palm palm heel hand spear finger rake hand

toes

Stances bending ready parallel ready forward stance back stance riding horse stance tiger stance fixed low crossed closed

Punches (, , ) high punch body punch reverse punch side punch uppercut low punch vertical punch knifehand strike at neck double punch strangle punch

cross block knife hand block

double forearm block palm press block mountain high block , circular block double knife hand block Australia Belgium Countries Afghanistan

Kicks () front kick side kick round house kick round house low kick crescent kick crescent (outside) crescent (inside) back kick spinning side kick

Canada China Czech Republic England France Germany Greece India Ireland Italy

Blocks () high block face block middle block (inside out) middle block (outside in) low block

Japan Korea Mexico New Zealand Philippines Portugal

Russia Scotland Spain Sweden Thailand United States

counter for ink sticks to rub down an ink stick (with water, into ink) an ink stone a writing brush brush case brush stand tip of a brush stem of a writing brush brush cap to make strokes with a brush ink to smear with ink ink pad case ink well calligraphy (penmanship) calligrapher brush painting (art) writing in seal characters (ancient, archaic characters) cursive ('scribbly') style of calligraphy

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Religions Anglican Baptist Buddhist Catholic Christian Episcopalian Hindu Jewish Lutheran Methodist

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon) () Muslim Presbyterian Protestant Zen Buddhism Won Buddhism

ancient ('squarish') style of calligraphy Transliteration Calligraphy calligraphy ink stick

Modeun Ingan-eun Tae-eonal ttaebuteo Jayuroumyeo Geu Jon-eomgwa Gwonrie Iss-eo Dongdeunghada. Ingan-eun Cheonbujeog-euro Iseong-gwa Yangsim-eul Bu-yeobad-ass-eumyeo Seoro Hyungje-ae-ui Jeongsin-euro Haengdongha-yeo-yahanda. Translation

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. Bosu - Bus Chim-dae - Bed Chima - Skirt Don (Long "O" as in "Don't") - Money Jeogarak - Chopsticks Jeonhwagi - Telephone Keompyuteo - Computer Ko-yang-ee - Cat Koteu - Coat Morunun ke yakida - Ignorance is bliss Nun - Eye Pyun-so - Toilet Shi kan (said quickly) - Time Sugon - Towel Sutgarak - Spoon Tellebijeon - Television Uija - Chair Yoksil Bathroom Basic Korean Sentences [Lessons Created By KkOmA] . It looks like it will be cloudy today. oh neul eun nal shi gah heu rin gut kat ah yo. . Somehow he seems to feel good. waen ji gi boon ee joh eun gut kat ah yo. . I have been hospitalized. byung won eh ip won han juk ee it ssuh yo. . I have worn Korean clothes. han bok eul ip eul juk ee it ssuh yo. . The mountain is very high. geu san ee ul ma na noh peun ji mol la yo. 2 . It has been 2 years since I graduated. jol up han ji 2 nyun ee dwi ut ssuh yo. 4 . It has been 4 years since I planted the tree. gey na mu rul shim eun ji 4 nyun ee ji nat ssuh yo. . My friend's health is rather weak. nae chin gu neun mom ee yak han pyun im ni da. . The river is rather wide. geu kang eun nul peun pyun im ni da. . I bought it a lot even though it was expensive. bi ssan deh do manni sat ssuh yo. . Though small, he is good at sports. ki gah jak eun deh do woon dong eul jal hae yo. . I pretended that I had a serious stomachache. pae gah manni ah peun chuk haet ssuh yo.

. I pretended to be fine, although I was sad. seul peu ji man gwaen chan eun chuk haet ssuh yo. . My friend acted as if he didn't see me. chin gu gah na reul mot bon che haet seum ni da. . I pretended that I'd read the book. geu chaek reul il kun che haet ssuh yo. . I suppose that we won now. ee jeh da ee kim sehm im ni da. . I admit that I got a present from my friend. chin gu han teh suh sun mool eul bat eun sehm ee dwi ut seum ni da. ? Do you think that it will be over soon? keum bang ggeut nal gut kat seum ni kka? . The clothes seem to be small. geu oht eun jak eul gut kat ah yo. . I may fail the exam/I'm afraid I might fail the exam. si hum eh ddul uh jil ji mol la yo. . I'm not sure, but this winter may be cold. ee bun kyuh ool eun chu ool ji mol la yo. . Let's go on a trip when the leaves turn. dan poong ee deul ddae yo haeng eul kab shi da. . Let's get the work done when we have enough time. shi gan ee mahn eul ddae geu il eul ggeut naep shi da. . I should have helped (them.) nae gah do wah jool gul geu laet ssuh yo. . I should have stayed home. nae gah chib eh nam eul gul geu laet ssuh yo. . The sky is gray, as if it is about to rain. so na gi gah ol gut chuh rum ha neul ee geu rib ni da. . I took a lot of food, as if I will eat a lot. manni muk eul gut chuh rum eum shik eul gah deuk tam aht ssuh yo. . I didn't ask about the price for fear that the shoes will be expensive. gu doo gah bi ssal gga bwa kab teul mot ji ahn aht ssuh yo. . I took cautions it will be stolen. do dook mat eul gga bwa jo shim haet ssuh yo. . I am thinking about leaving the company. hee sah rul geu man da nil kka ham ni da. . I am thinking about planting a persimmon tree in the garden. jung won eh gam na moo rul shim eul kka ham ni da. . The movie is worthy of seeing. geu yong hwa neun han bun bol man ham ni da. . Eating this food is worth while. geu eum shik eun muk eul man ham ni da. . I nearly feel down while running. ddwi da gah num uh jil bbun haet ssuh yo. . I nearly spilled a cup of coffee out of surprise. nol la suh cuh pi rul ssot eul bbun haet ssuh yo. . Now I have reached to the

extent where I can write a letter in Korean. ee jehn han guk mal ro pyun ji reul sseul jung do gah dwi ut ssuh yo. . The baby has grown so much that he can walk alone. ah gi gah hon ja gul eul jung do ro kut ssuh yo. () . Now that I am sending you a letter, please answer. pyun ji reul bo nael teh ni (kka) ggok tab jang eul sseu seh yo. () . The food could be hot, so be careful. eum shik ee ddeu guh ool teh ni (kka) joo..e ha se yo. . You need to do a warm-up exercise before swimming. soo yong jun eh neun joon bi woon dong eul hal pil yo gah it ssuh yo. . There is no need to wash this again. ee gut eun dasi ssit eul pil yo gah op seum ni da. . Every time is snows, I am reminded of that man. nun ee nae ril ddae ma dah geu saram saeng gak ee nap ni da. . I used to eat ice-cream whenever it was hot. duh ool ddae ma dah ah ee seu keu rim eul muk ut ssuh yo. . I was so busy that I could not take a rest no matter how much I wanted to. ba bba suh shwil lae do shwil soo gah op suh yo. . There are so many people that, no matter how I try, I can't sit down. saram ee man ah suh ahn jeul lae do ahn jeul soo gah op suh yo. . It seems that a baby is going to be born soon. got ah gi gah tae uh nal mo yang im ni da. . It seems that they will take a souvenir picture here. yo gi suh ki nyum sajin eul jjik eul mo yang im ni da. . All I hope is for you to succeed. ggok sung kong ha gi reul ba ral bbun im ni da. . I didn't go, but just gave a phone call. gah jik ahn go chun hwa man haet eul bbun im ni da. . I can use the computer. kum pyu tuh reul pil soo it seum ni da. ? Can you read Chinese character? han ja reul il geul soo it ssuh yo? . The man might become the president. geu saram ee dae toong ryung ee dwil soo do it ssuh yo. . If you go now, there might not be a train ticket. ji geum ga myun gi cha pyo gah op eul soo do it seum ni da. . There are many children, so it can't help but be noisy. ah ee deul ee man ah suh shi ggeu ruh ool soo bak eh op suh yo. . There is no rice, so we have no choice but to go hungry. bap ee op suh suh gool eul su bak eh op suh yo. . Soon you will hear some news. ee jeh got so shik eul deul eul ten deh yo. . You will recover your health soon, so don't worry. byung ee got na eul ten deh guk jung ha ji ma se yo.

. I'm so tired that I may fall down. pi gon hae suh sseu ruh jil ji kyung ee eh yo. . It is so scary that it may give me gooseflesh. nuh moo mu suh wuh suh so reum ee dot eul ji kyung im ni da. ? Do you live here? yo gi suh sah se yo? ? Where are you going? uh di gah se yo? ? What are you doing? mwuh ha se yo? . It's so cold. nuh moo chu wuh yo. . It's so hot.nuh moo duh wuh yo. ? Can I take a photo (of you)? dang sin..e sajin jom jjik uh do dwil kka yo? ? What's this called? ee gul mwuh ra go bool luh yo? . It's great here. ee got eun nuh moo nah joh neh yo. ? Are you waiting too? dang sin do ki dah ri go kye seh yo? ? Are you here on holiday? yo haeng ha ruh oh syutt ssuh yo? .... . I'm here ..... .... waht ssuh yo for a holiday yo haeng ha ruh on business sah up ddae mun eh to study go boo ha ruh ? How long are you here for? yo gi eh ul ma dong ahn gye shil guh eh yo? .... / . I'm/We're here for .... weeks/days. ....dal/il dong ahn it eul guh eh yo. ? Do you like it here? ee got ee ma eum eh deul uh yo? . I/We like it here very much. nuh moo nah ma eum eh deul uh yo. . Sure. mool lon ee jyo . Just a minute. jam kkan mahn yo. . It's ok. gwaen chan ah yo. . It's important. joong yo hae yo. . It's not important. joong yo ha ji mahn ah yo. ! Look at that! guh gut bo se yo! ! Look at this! ee gut bo se yo! . I'm ready. joon bi dwae ssuh yo. ? Are you ready? joon bi dwae ssuh yo? . Good luck. haeng oon eul bil uh yo. ? Where are you from? uh di suh oh syutt ssuh yo? ... . I'm/We're from ... ...eh suh waht ssuh yo Australia [ho joo] Canada [kae na da] England [yong guk] Europe [yoo rup] Germany [dok il] Ireland [ah il laen deu] Japan i[l bon] New Zealand [nyu jil laen deu] The Philipines [pil li pin] Russia [ruh shi ah] Scotland [seu ko deul laen deu] The USA [mi guk] Wales [weh il seu] Korea [han guk] China [joong guk] . . I'm sorry. It's not the custom in my country. cho song ham ni da. woo ri nah ra eh suh neun geu ruh ke haji ahn guh deun yo. . I don't want to offend you. oh hae haji neun ma se yo.

When?--- Eonjeyo? (Awn-jay-yo) Where?--- Eodieyo? (Oh-dee-yeh-yo) How much?--- Eolmayeyo? Ole-mah-yeh-yo)

Who?--- Nuguyeyo? (Nu-goo-yeh-yo) Why?--- Waeyo? (Way-yo) How?--- Eottoek`eyo? (Oh-toe-kay-yo) What?--- Mweoyeyo? (Mwah-yeh-yo) Which?--- Eonugeoshieyo? (Eo-nuu-go-shee-eh-yo)

Seki Dang sin eun jook eul got ee dah Na nun boji jo ah han dah Na nun jaji jo ah han dah

Bastard You will die I like Pussy I like dick Do you like pussy? Do you like dick? Stone head (stupid person) Silly bitch Shut up! Bastard, motherfucker Crazy guy Kiss your dick Kiss my dick Fuck you Your mom is whore Bitch Psycho or Deformed Person Dickhead Person without a father Bullshit Acting like a bitch Stupid Silly Piece of shit A pitiable unfortunate

No nun boji eul jo ah ha dah? What's the matter?--- Weniriseyo? (Wen-ee-ree-seh-yo) What's this?--- Igeoshimweoyeyo? (Ee-goh-shee-mwah-yeh-yo) Where's the bathroom?--- Hwajangshil eodiseyo? (Hwa-jang-sheel Oh-deeseh-yo) Other words you can use besides bathroom Ap'un mee chin nyun Entrance--- Ipkuu (eep-ku) Shikoro Exit--- chul-gu (chool-koo) telephone--- Chonwha (chone-hwah) (2425 total words in this text) How to swear, insult, cuss and curse in Korean! Korean language swear words and phrases and their English translations. Korean Swearing English Translation Son of a bitch Um chang se kki Shibseki Chang Nhyu Ko-chu-pal-uh Kochu Dong-muk-uh Shibbal nom Shibbal Toejora Hop'ung Whore Whore Suck my dick Dick Eat shit Fuck him Fuck Go to hell Ge ji ral Bull shit Fuck you, you son of a bitch Fuck Fuck you Je-su up nuen nom Babo Shibal nom, Geseki Myung chung yi Shib seki Jot de-ga-ri Mee chin nyun Um chang se kki No nun jaji eul jo ah ha dah?

Dol dae ga ri

Mi chin nom Ni jot i da Ne jot i na bbal a ra KIN du sem

Geseki

Byung Shin

Horo ga shik

Ji ral yhun byung

Shibal Shibal nom

Pabajay Ap'un mee chin nyun Jot dae ga ri Chang nuh Hu le ja sik Yoos mik uh

Loser Silly bitch Dick head

Shipjangseng Byuntae

Whore Pervert Elementary school student (gaeseki) Pervert Jap American Japanese Masochist Internet masochist Suck my dick Whore, bitch, slut Whore, slut Asshole Oh fuck! Dip shit You're a motherfucker Bull shit Fuck the fucking fuckers! You shady bitch You fucking bitch Get the fuck out of here Go away, shut up Fucking Jerk Mouth

Choding Slag Mother fucker Fuck you Who is that bitch? Shut up Mejo Ano shipal Yumago Dong mogo Fuck off Fuck you Eat shit Retarded lunatic Stupid fucker A man without a cock Your mother has a bald headed pussy You are a fucking bitch Son of a bitch Brainless bitch Brainless guy Son of a bitch Go away! Shut up Psycho Guy with no parents Shit! Whore Ko jo ra Gaesaekki dul jokka ra kuh hae Net mejo Babariman Jjockbari Yangnom Ilbonnom Dak Chuh Ra

Jo nyun eun nuh kub ni kka?

Comiday su su

Jiralhanae

Shibal nyon

Yut-Gat-toon-nom

Ssang nyon Tong kumong Ay shibal!

Go-ja

Knee Be She Be Peck Pojie Da

Jokkah

Nigimi ship e dah

Ner nun shiba geseki

Jokkah ji mah Geseki Bbasooni Bbadori Gejashik Ggujo Dakcho Jungshinbyungja

Bul ssang han nyun

Jot gaht eun hyun

Jee guru jer it a ra

Horo

Nimiral Mun di sekki Judi

Nimiral Shipcenchi

Ddorang Sekki Di jin da

Gay Stupid person You will die Do you wanna die? I will tear your mouth! Stupid beginner Silly person Fucking Suck up my dick Suck up my vulva Bitch Blew jobs Foolish guy Anal sex Deformed person or maimed person Fucking A mentally handicapped person A man with underdeveloped genital organs Bitch Hooker Penis head black Fuck off Insane Rimming A spread vagina

Tatari Mul Hormone Emu Panta

Masturbation Orgasm Orgasm Blow Job Blow job

Di jillae?

Ju di jaap a jjae bbun da!

Hu jup Jjin dda Ssibural Ne jaji na bbal a ra

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Page 1 Romanization Ah jik / A chik Deul Korean Definition still; not yet sentence particle; sign of subject ; plural marker this; current; present now always posession particle sentence particle ok; well like that ; in that way but to be happy; happy; happiness to do (past tense) ( ) () < () (to be) together like this; in this way there is; to have (addition of yo = more polite) sometimes That way; keep it like that (to be) sorry every everything I / me My / mine (literally: Me + posession particle) I / me (more emphasis on 'me' than "Na" by itself) you (informal) your's (literally: You + posession particle)) sentence particle, sign of subject You (more emphasis on 'you' than "Noh" by itself) we / our

Ne boji na hal ta ra

Gal bo Sakasi Cho da Huzang sex

Ee / I Ee jae / I jaen Eon che na / Uhn jae na Eui Ga Geu reh Geu rut ke / Keu ruh keh Ha ji man / Ha chi man Haeng pok / Haeng bok Haet ji man / Haet chi man Ham keh (hae) Ee reoh keh Is suh / Is sio (yo) Kah keum Keu Nyang Mi ahn (hae) Mo Deu / Mo Doo Mo Deun Geh/Gul Na Na eui / Nah Yeh Nae gah

Byungshin

Jo ka eun

Ae-ja

Go-ja

Ssip nyun Chang nyur

Gum eun jot dae ga ri

Gger jer Torai Hungmunuro Nambi Palyon

Neo / Nuh / Noh Neo eui / Noh Yeh Neun Ni gah Oo ri

Opp suh / Eop seo (yo) () Pam Reul / Eul Sarang Sarang hae (yo) Sa ram Seh sang Sok eh / soh geh Ship puh / Ship peo Tang Shin / Dang Sin Wae Wi hae - Yo Yong seo (hae) / Yong suh (hae) Yong won Yong won ee/ Yong won hi - () / () <

there is not; not to be (addition of 'yo' = more polite) night sentence particle, sign of object / subject love I love you; (to) love; (absense of 'yo' = more serious and emphasis) person; people world inside (for dark and small areas) to want / want to do you (formal) why for ; above said to be formal and polite at end of sentences / please (to) forgive eternity forever Yes ye odi ae yo? Where is..? mwua ae yo What is..? mol ra yo I dont know, isseayo I have , There is ... , ... is here

Common Phrases (mostly combined with above words) Romanization Na neun tang shin reul sarang hae yo Neo reul wi hae suh Ee se sang eui suh (Ee jae neun) Da shi shi jahk ke Korean () Translation an-ni-o I love you for you in this world (now) to restart again we Good Bye an nyong hi - ka sye yo Give me (Can be attached to end of a sentence) choo sea yo k wen chah nah yo good is it? , do you like it? choh a yo? ottok'ke ch nae sye yo? Fine (in reply to "ottok'ke ch nae sye yo?") How are you? Its ok, Its fine an nyong ha sye yo? Hello, How are you? ( note: this can also be used in reply) No

Oo ri ga Here are some Korean phrases which you may find useful.

it is good, I like it choh a yo chal chi nae yo

You do....? You Speak...? ha sea yo? kam sa ham ni da

Thank you (used in a formal way)

you have it? do you have? is there? isseayo? ko map sum ni da

Thank you (used in a less formal way)


Sorry (used with more emphasis, weight)

Where is the restroom? = hwa-jang-shil-uh-dit-suh-yo? ? Yes = yeh/neh / No = ah-nee-yo Are you O.K? = gwen-chahn-ah-yo? ? How much does it cost? = uhl-mah-yeh-yo ?

choe song ham ni da

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3 Try some more general words:

Pretty = yeh-peu-dah (meaning beautiful) Hurt = ahp-peuh-da

4 Learn the animals:

My name is_trizza mae m. tibunsay____angela___= (je ireumeun) ______sarang ham__ imnida _______.. Any = amugeona Hi or Bye (informal) = annyeong (Add Haseyo For formal) Thank you = kam-sa-ham-ni-da (thank you very much)/ go-mapseum-ni-dah (thanks) , I'm hungry = beh go-pah-yo (use yo when talking to adults) Cooked Rice (or meal) = pap Give me some food please = bahp jom joo-seh-yo Water = mool Some water please = mool jom joo-seh-yo ( or joo seh yo means please give me something) The food was delicious (I ate well) = jal-mug-ut-seum-ni-da I love you (formal) = naneun dangshineul saranghamnida I love you (informal) = saranghaeyo Turn around = dwi-ro-dora Mom = oem-ma Dad = ah-pah Older Sister/Close Older Female (for a girl) = Unni Older Sister/Close Older Female (for a boy) = Noona Older Brother/Close Older Male (for a girl) = Oppa Older Brother/Close Older Male (for a boy) = Hyung Grandma/old lady - hal-muh-nee Grandpa/old man - ha-da-buh-jee / ha-ra-buh-jee Aunt/Close, Much Older Female (mom's side) - ee-mo Uncle (mom's side) - ee-mo-boo Uncle/Close, Much Older Male (both sides) - sam-chon Aunt (dad's side) - gho-mo Uncle (dad's side) - gho-mo-boo

Puppy = gang-ah-jee Tiger = ho-rang-ee Cow = soh Cat = goh-yang-ee Rabbit = toh-gi Elephant = ko-gee-ree Monkey = won-soong-ee Dog = gae

5 Continue learning with these words:

Taxi = tek-shi School = hak-gyo I Like you (I like it) = joh wah heh yo Friend = Chingu Stupid/Fool = Pabo / Babo

6 Learn to talk about hobbies in Korean:

[chwimi] Hobby [jumal] Weekend ? [Jumal jal b0naesyeosseyo?] Did you have a nice weekend ? () [chin-gu-rang] With a friend [san] Mountain [bukansan] Bukhan mountain [deungsan] Hiking [deungsan-hada] To hike [joa-hada] To like/to enjoy

7 Try some more words:

2 Hold a conversation:

[aju] Very [geo-wee] Almost [gajang] The most [je-il] The best [teuki] Especially [ga-eul] Fall/autumn

[danpung] Maple [areum-dapda] Beautiful [ibeon jumal] Last weekend [anae] Wife [yeong-hwa] Movie () [yeong-hwa(reul) boda] To see a movie [jaemi eetta] to be fun [jaju] Often [yeong-hwa gamsang] Watching movies [2217] [ee-cheon ee-baek il-ship chil]

Friend

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Chin-gu

Common Words Water (cold) Tea Coffee Drink --------------Ch n mu Ch Ko i Mashi Kage Yyog-ee Chog-ee

phoneme IPA Romanized English p [pal] bal 'foot' ppal 'sucking' pal 'arm' m [mal] mal 'horse' t [tal] dal 'moon' ttal 'daughter' tal 'mask' n [nal] nal 'day' [al] jal 'well' [al] jjal 'squeezing' [al] chal 'kicking' k [kal] gal 'going' kkal 'spreading' kal 'knife' bang 'room' s [sal] sal 'flesh' ssal 'rice' l [paam] baram 'wind' h [hal] hal 'doing' i [i sijang 'hunger' i i sijang 'market' e e begae 'pillow' e ed beda 'cut' j taeyang 'sun' do taedo 'attitude' a m mal 'horse' m mal 'speech' o oi] bori 'barley' o o u bosu 'salary' u ui] guri 'copper' u ub subak 'watermelon' l] beol 'punishment' beol 'bee' n] eoreun 'seniors' mik] eumsik 'food' wi [twi] dwi 'back' i isa] uisa 'doctor' je je n yesan 'budget' we [kwe] gwe 'box' j jgi yaegi 'story' w [w] wae 'why' ja j gu yagu 'baseball' wa w i gwail 'fruits' jo jo gyosa 'teacher' ju jui] yuri 'glass' j [jgi yeogi 'here' w [mw] mwo 'what' Greeting Hello Thank you Goodbye ------Annyong hashimnigga (formal) Kamsa hamnida Annyonghi kaseyo

Shop here there

Numbers 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 ----------------------Kong Il I Sam Sa O Yuk Ch'il P'al Ku Ship

Relationships Father Mother Older Sister ------Ah buh ji, appa (informal)

8 Uh muh ni, umma (informal) 9 Unni ( when speaker is female), nuna (when speaker is male) Oppa (when speaker is female, hyung (when speaker is male) Dong saeng A-nae Nam-pyeon Ttal Adeul 10

Older Brother

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Common Phrases Nice to meet you Youre we come My name is I come from How much does it cost? ----------Ban-Gap sup-Nee-Da Gw ench n umnid Che irumun imnida Chonun e o w Olmayeyo? umnid

Younger Sibling wife husband daughter son

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Months January February March April May June July August September October November December ------------------------IL-wol I-wol Sam-wol Sa-wol O-wol Yuk-wol Chil-wol Pal-wol Gu-wol Sip-wol Sip-il-wol Sip-i-wol

English Phrases sorry really

Korean Phrases - joe song hap ni da - jeong mal lo

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Phrases in Korean has a logical pattern. Locate the Phrases above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Korean. List of Phrases in Korean Below is a list of the phrases and daily expressions in Korean placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Korean vocabulary. English Phrases a green tree a tall building a very old man a very nice friend I read a book sometimes I will never smoke are you alone? my car Korean Phrases - cho rok bic na mu - nop eun geon mul () - na i ga manh eun sa ram no in

the old red house - o rae doen ppal gan jip () - mae u joh eun meot jin chin gu . - jeo neun ga kkeum dok seo reur hap ni da - dam bae reur jeol dae ro pi u ji anh get seup ni da ? - hon ja i sin ga yo ? - nae cha - nok saek cha - ja dong cha se dae - cha go - cha bakk e seo - na ui chaek () - na ui chaeg deur - u ri ui ttal () - u ri ui ttar deur - na neun chu wo yo - u ri neun chu wo yo () - geu ui dalg deur - geu deur ui dalk - geu neun haeng bok hap ni da - geu nyeo neun haeng bok hap ni da - geu neun mi gug in ip ni da - geu nyeo neun mi gug in ip ni da () - na neun geu geos eur bad a deur ir su it seup ni da () - geu nyeo ga geu geos eur chu ga haet seup ni da () - u ri neun geu geos eur in jeong hap ni da - geu deur eun geu e ge jo eon haet seup ni da

Days of the Week Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday --------------Wol-yo-il Hwa-yo-il Su-yo-il Mok-yo-il Keum-yo-il To-yo-il IL-yo-il

green car three cars car garage outside the car my book my books our daughter our daughters I'm cold we're cold his chickens their chicken he is happy she is happy he is American she is American

Korean Phrases I can accept that Learning the Korean Phrases is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Korean language. But first we need to know what the role of Phrases is in the structure of the grammar in Korean. Korean phrases are a group of words functioning as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence. Here are some examples: English Phrases Phrases hello bye Korean Phrases - gu mun - an nyeong ha se yo - jal ga we announce it she added it we admit it they advised him

I can agree with () - na neun geu geos e dong ui that hap ni da she allows it () - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur bad a deur ip ni da () - u ri neun geu geos eur bal pyo hap ni da

congratulations - chuk ha hap ni da

English Phrases I can apologize she appears today they arranged that I can arrive tomorrow she can ask him she attaches that we attack them they avoid her I can bake it she is like him we beat it they became happy I can begin that we borrowed money

Korean Phrases - na neun sa gwa har su it seup ni da - geu nyeo neun o neur mo seub eur bi chwot seup ni da () - geu deur eun geu geos eur ma ryeon haet seup ni da - na neun nae ir do chak har su it seup ni da - geu nyeo neun geu e ge mur eo bor su it seup ni da () - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur jung yo si hap ni da - u ri neun geu deur eur gong gyeok hap ni da - geu deur eun geu nyeo reur pi hap ni da () - na neun geu geos eur gu ur su it seup ni da - geu nyeo neun geu reur joh a hap ni da - u ri ga i gyeot seup ni da - geu deur eun haeng bok hae jyeot seup ni da () - na neun geu geos eur si jak har su it seup ni da - u ri neun don eur bil lyeot seup ni da () - na neun geu geos eur ga jyeo or su it seup ni da () - na neun geu geos eur man deur su it seup ni da - geu nyeo ga eum sig eur gu ip hap ni da () - u ri neun geu geos eur gye san hap ni da () - geu deur eun geu geos eur na reup ni da

English Phrases

Korean Phrases

they disappeared - geu deur eur jae quickly ppal li sa ra jyeo beo ryeot seup ni da I discovered that she dislikes that we do it they dream about it I earned he eats a lot we enjoyed that they entered here he escaped that I can explain that she feels that too we fled from there they will fly tomorrow I can follow you she forgot me we forgive him I can give her that she goes there we greeted them I hate that I can hear it she imagine that we invited them I know him she learned it we leave now they lied about him I can listen to that she lost that we made it yesterday they met him I misspell that () - na neun geu geos eur bal gyeon haet seup ni da () - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur joh a ha ji anh seup ni da () - u ri neun geu geos eur hap ni da ( ) - geu deur eun geu geos e dae han kkum eur kkum ni da - na neun beor eot seup ni da - geu neun manh i meok seup ni da () - u ri neun geu geos eur jeul gyeot seup ni da - geu deur i yeo gi ro deur eo wat seup ni da - geu neun do mang chyeot seup ni da () - na neun geu geos eur seol myeong har su it seup ni da - geu nyeo neun geu geos yeok si neu kkip ni da - u ri neun geo gi e seo do mang chyeot seup ni da - geu deur eun nae ir gar geos ip ni da - na neun dang sin eur tta reur su it seup ni da - geu nyeo neun na reur ij eot seup ni da - u ri neun geu reur yong seo hap ni da () - na neun geu nyeo e ge geu geos eur jur su it seup ni da - geu nyeo ga geu gos eu ro gap ni da - u ri neun geu deur eur maj at seup ni da () - na neun geu geos i silh seup ni da () - na neun geu geos eur deur eur su it seup ni da () - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur sang sang hap ni da - u ri neun geu deur eur cho dae haet seup ni da - na neun geu reur al go it seup ni da - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur bae wot seup ni da - u ri neun ji geum tteo nap ni da - geu deur eur geu e dae hae geo jit mar eur hap ni da () - nan geu geot deur eur deur eur su it seup ni da () - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur ilh eot seup ni da - u ri neun eo je hae naet seup ni da - geu deur eun geu reur man nat seup ni da - na neun cheol ja reur jar

they breathe air - geu deur i sum eur swip ni da I can bring it I can build that she buys food we calculate it they carry it

- geu deur eun sog i ji anh seup they don't cheat ni da she chooses him we close it he comes here I can compare that she competes with me we complain about it they continued reading he cried about that I can decide now she described it to me we disagree about it - geu nyeo neun geu reur seon taek hap ni da () - u ri neun geu geos eur jong ryo hap ni da - geu ga i ri ro op ni da () - na neun geu geot gwa bi gyo har su it seup ni da - geu nyeo neun na wa gyeong jaeng eur hap ni da ( ) - u ri neun geu geos e dae hae bul pyeong hap ni da - geu deur eun ilk gi reur gye sok haet seup ni da ( ) - geu neun geu geos e dae hae nun mur eur heul lyeot seup ni da - na neun ji geum gyeol jeong har su it seup ni da () - geu nyeo ga geu geos eur na e ge seol myeong hae ju eot seup ni da () - u ri neun geu geos e dong ui ha ji anh seup ni da

English Phrases mos sseot seup ni da I always pray she prefers that we protected them they will punish her I can put it there she will read it we received that they refuse to talk I remember that she repeats that inside the house outside the car with me without him under the table after tomorrow before sunset but I'm busy he is not here that is not my book do not enter where is he? what is this? why are you sad?

Korean Phrases English Questions Questions how? what? who? why? where? where is he? what is this? why are you sad? - jil mun ? - eo tteoh ge ? ? - mu eos eur ? ? - nu ga ? ? - wae ? ? - eo di ro ? ? - geu neun eo di it seup ni kka ? ? - i geos eun mu eos ip ni kka ? ? - dang sin eun seul peun i yu neun mu eos ip ni kka ? Korean Questions - na neun neur gi do hap ni da () - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur deo joh a hap ni da - u ri neun geu deur eur bo ho hae ju eot seup ni da - geu deur eur geu nyeo e ge beor eur jur geos ip ni da - na neun geu geos eur geo gi e neoh eur su it seup ni da - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur ilg eur geos ip ni da () - u ri neun geu geos eur bad at seup ni da - geu deur eun i ya gi ha gi reur geo bu hap ni da () - na neun geu geos eur gi eok hap ni da () - geu nyeo neun geu geos eur ban bok hap ni da - jib an - cha bakk e seo - na wa ham kke - geu eops i - te i beur a rae e - nae ir i ji na myeon / - il mor jeon e hae ji gi jeon e - ha ji man na neun ba ppeo yo - geu neun yeo gi eopt seup ni da - jeo geos eun na ui chaeg i a nip ni da - deur eo ga ji ma si o ? - geu neun eo di it seup ni kka ? ? - i geos eun mu eos ip ni kka ? ? - dang sin eun seul peun i yu neun mu eos ip ni kka ? can I help you? do you speak English? how far is this? what time is it? what is your name? where do you live?

how do you want ? - eo tteoh ge ji bul ha si get to pay? seup ni kka ? can I come? is he sleeping? do you have my book? how big is it? ? - je ga ga do doe na yo ? ? - geu neun ja go it seup ni kka ? ? - nae chaeg eur ga ji go it seup ni kka ? ? - geu geos eun eol ma na keup ni kka ? ? - do wa deu ril kka yo ? ? - yeong eo reur har su it seup ni kka ? ? - eol ma na meop ni kka ? ? - myeoc si ip ni kka ?

do you know me? ? - jeo reur a sip ni kka ?

can you help me? ? - do wa ju si get seup ni kka ?

how much is this? ? - eol ma ip ni kka ? ? - i reum i mu eos ip ni kka ? ? - sa neun gos i eo di ip ni kka ?

As you can see from the example above, the structure of the Questions in Korean has a logical pattern. Locate the Questions above and see how it works with the rest of the sentence in Korean. List of Questions in Korean Below is a list of the Questions and interrogative expressions in Korean placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Korean vocabulary. English Questions Vocabulary Countries Australia Cambodia Canada China Egypt England France Germany Greece India Indonesia Korean Questions - eo hwi - guk ga - ho ju - kam bo di a - kae na da - jung guk - i jip teu - yeong guk - peu rang seu - dog il - geu ri seu - in do - in do ne si a

how do you want ? - eo tteoh ge ji bul ha si get to pay? seup ni kka ? can I come? is he sleeping? do you know me? do you have my book? how big is it? can I help you? do you speak English? how far is this? what time is it? how much is this? what is your name? where do you live? ? - je ga ga do doe na yo ? ? - geu neun ja go it seup ni kka ? ? - jeo reur a sip ni kka ? ? - nae chaeg eur ga ji go it seup ni kka ? ? - geu geos eun eol ma na keup ni kka ? ? - do wa deu ril kka yo ? ? - yeong eo reur har su it seup ni kka ? ? - eol ma na meop ni kka ? ? - myeoc si ip ni kka ? ? - eol ma ip ni kka ? ? - i reum i mu eos ip ni kka ? ? - sa neun gos i eo di ip ni kka ?

can you help me? ? - do wa ju si get seup ni kka ?

English Questions Italy Japan Mexico Morocco Peru Spain Thailand USA Languages Arabic Chinese English French German Greek Hebrew Hindi Italian Japanese Korean Latin Russian Spanish Urdu Days Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday time hour minute second

Korean Questions - i tal li a - il bon - mek si ko - mo ro ko - pe ru - seu pe in - tae guk - mi guk - eon eo - a rab eo - jung gug eo - yeong eo - peu rang seu - dog eo - geu ri seu eo - hi beu ri eo - hin di eo - i tal li a eo - il bon eo - han gug eo - ra tin eo - reo si a eo - seu pe in eo - u reu du eo - yo il - wor yo il - hwa yo il - su yo il - mog yo il - geum yo il - to yo il - ir yo il - si gan - si - bun - cho

English Vocabulary yellow

Korean Vocabulary - no rang

List of Vocabulary in Korean Below is a list of the vocabulary and expressions in Korean placed in a table. Memorizing this table will help you add very useful and important words to your Korean vocabulary. English Vocabulary sizes big deep long narrow short small tall thick thin wide tastes bitter fresh salty sour spicy sweet qualities bad clean dark difficult dirty dry easy empty expensive fast foreign full good hard heavy inexpensive light local new noisy old powerful quiet correct - keu gi - keun - gip eun - gin - pog i job eun - jjalb eun - jag eun - ki ga keun - du kkeo un - yalb eun - neolb eun - mat - sseun - sin seon han - jjan () - sin si keum han - mae un - dal kom han - teuk seong - na ppeun - kkae kkeut han - eo du un - eo ryeo un - deo reo un - geon jo han - swi un / - bi eo it neun bin () - ga gyeog i bi ssan - ppal li - oe gug ui / - ga deuk han wan jeon han - joh eun / - ttak ttak han eo ryeo un - mu geo un / - gapt ssan ba ssa ji anh eun / - ga byeo un balg eun / - ji yeog ui hyeon ji ui - sae ro un - si kkeu reo un / - o rae doen neulg eun - gang han - jo yong han - ol ba reun

Korean Vocabulary

Korean Vocabulary English Vocabulary Vocabulary colors black blue brown gray green orange purple red white - saek sang - geom jeong - pa rang - gal saek - hoe saek - cho rok - o ren ji - bo ra - ppal gang / - ha yan huin saek Korean Vocabulary

English Vocabulary slow soft very weak wet wrong young food almonds bread breakfast butter candy cheese chicken cumin dessert dinner fish fruit ice cream lamb lemon lunch meal meat oven pepper plants pork salad salt sandwich sausage soup sugar supper turkey apple banana oranges peaches peanut pears pineapple grapes strawberries vegetables carrot corn cucumber

Korean Vocabulary / - neu rin cheon cheon hi - bu deu reo un / - mae u a ju - yak han - jeoj eun - jal mot doen / - eo rin jeolm eun - eum sik - a mon deu - ppang - a chim sik sa - beo teo - sa tang - chi jeu - dalk go gi - keo min - di jeo teu - jeo nyeog sik sa - saeng seon - gwa il - a i seu keu rim - yang go gi - re mon - jeom sim sik sa - sik sa - go gi - o beun - hu chu - sik mul - dwae ji go gi - sael leo deu - so geum - saen deu wi chi - so si ji - su peu - seol tang - jeo nyeog sik sa - chil myeon jo - sa gwa - ba na na - o ren ji - bok sung a - ttang kong - bae - pa in ae peul - po do - ttal gi - ya chae - dang geun - ok su su - o i

English Vocabulary garlic lettuce olives onions peppers potatoes pumpkin beans tomatoes alligator alligators bear bears bird birds bull bulls cat cats cow cows deer many deer dog dogs donkey donkeys eagle eagles elephant elephants giraffe giraffes goat goats horse horses lion lions monkey monkeys mouse mice rabbit rabbits snake snakes tiger tigers wolf wolves - ma neul

Korean Vocabulary

- yang sang chu - ol li beu - yang pa - hu chu - gam ja - ho bak - kong - to ma to - ag eo () - ag eo deur - gom () - gom deur - sae () - sae deur - hwang so () - hwang so deur - go yang i () - go yang i deur - am so () - am so deur - sa seum - yeo reo ma ri ui sa seum - gae () - gae deur - dang na gwi () - dang na gwi deur - dok su ri () - dok su ri deur - ko kki ri () - ko kki ri deur - gi rin () - gi rin deur - yeom so () - yeom so deur - mal () - mar deur - sa ja () - sa ja deur - won sung i () - won sung i deur - jwi () - jwi deur - to kki () - to kki deur - baem () - baem deur - ho rang i () - ho rang i deur - neuk dae () - neuk dae deur

English Vocabulary objects bathroom bed bedroom ceiling chair clothes coat cup desk dress floor fork furniture glass hat house ink jacket kitchen knife lamp letter map newspaper notebook pants paper pen pencil pharmacy picture plate refrigerator restaurant roof room rug scissors shampoo shirt shoes soap socks spoon table toilet toothbrush toothpaste towel umbrella underwear - yok sil - chim dae - chim sil - cheon jang - ui ja - ot - ko teu - keop - chaek sang

Korean Vocabulary / - mul geon mul che

English Vocabulary wall wallet window telephone this that these those Questions how? what? who? why? where? different objects art bank beach book by bicycle by bus by car by train cafe country desert dictionary earth flowers football forest game garden geography history house island lake library math moon mountain movies music ocean office on foot player river science sea - byeok - ji gap - chang mun

Korean Vocabulary

/ - jeon hwa jeon hwa gi - i geot - geu geot - i geot deul - geu geot deul ? - eo tteoh ge ? ? - mu eos eur ? ? - nu ga ? ? - wae ? ? - eo di ro ? / - da yang han dae sang mul che - ye sul - eun haeng - ba dat ga - chaek - ja jeon geo ro - beo seu ro - ja dong cha ro - gi cha ro - ka pe / - guk ga na ra - sa mak - sa jeon / - heulg ji gu - kkoc - chuk gu - sup / - ge im gyeong gi - jeong won - ji ri hak - yeok sa - jip - seom - ho su - do seo gwan - su hak - dal - san - yeong hwa - eum ak / - ba da dae yang - sa mu sil / - do bo geor eo seo - seon su - gang - gwa hak - ba da

- deu re seu / - cheung ba dak - po keu - ga gu - yu ri - mo ja - jip - ing keu - jae kit - bu eok - kal - raem peu / - pyeon ji seo sin - ji do - sin mun - su cheop - ba ji - jong i - pen - yeon pil - yak guk - geu rim / - jeop si geu reut - naeng jang go / - re seu to rang sik dang - ji bung - bang / - kkal gae yang tan ja - ga wi - syam pu - syeo cheu - gu du - bi nu - yang mal - sut ga rak / - sik tag tak ja - hwa jang sil - chit sol - chi yak - su geon - u san - sog ot

English Vocabulary sky soccer stars supermarket swimming pool theater tree weather bad weather cloudy cold cool foggy hot nice weather pouring rain raining snow snowing ice sunny windy spring summer autumn winter people aunt baby brother cousin daughter dentist doctor father grandfather grandmother husband mother nephew niece nurse policeman postman professor son teacher uncle wife - ha neul - chuk gu - byeol

Korean Vocabulary

Korean Reading 26 1) . . . , . 2) . , , , . 3) . 27 1) . 2) , , . Below is the translation of the above text, check what you understood without the help of the dictionary, after reading the translation one time, go back up and read the Korean text and see if you can recognize the more words this time. English Translation Article 26 1. Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory. Technical and professional education shall be made generally available and higher education shall be equally accessible to all on the basis of merit. 2. Education shall be directed to the full development of the human personality and to the strengthening of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms. It shall promote understanding, tolerance and friendship among all nations, racial or religious groups, and shall further the activities of the United Nations for the maintenance of peace. 3. Parents have a prior right to choose the kind of

- syu peo ma ket - su yeong jang - geuk jang - na mu - nal ssi / - na ppeun nal ssi ak cheon hu - heu rin - chu un - si won han - an gae ga kkin - deo un - joh eun nal ssi - bi ga ssod a jim - bi - bi ga nae rim - nun - nun i om - eor eum / - hwa chang han haet sar i nae ri jjoe neun - ba ram i bu neun - bom - yeo reum - ga eul - gyeo ul - sa ram // - i mo go mo suk mo - a gi // - hyeong o ppa hyeong je - sa chon - ttal - chi gwa ui sa - ui sa - a beo ji - har a beo ji - hal meo ni - nam pyeon - eo meo ni () - jo ka a deur () - jo ka ttar - gan ho sa - gyeong chal - u che bu - gyo su - a deul - seon saeng nim / - sam chon a jeo ssi - a nae

English Translation education that shall be given to their children. Article 27 1. Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits. 2. Everyone has the right to the protection of the moral and material interests resulting from any scientific, literary or artistic production of which he is the author.

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