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In English, there are expressions for counting various stuffs such as "a cup of.. / a slice of / a piece of ...etc."There are many ways to count different objects in Korean.▶ Counting people(사람)You count people with "명" ☞ 한 명, 두 명, 세 명...Q. BTS 멤버는 몇 명이에요?A. 모두 일곱 명이에요.▶ Counting animals(동물)You count fish or animals with "마리" ☞ 한 마리, 두 마리, 세 마리...Q. 강아지와 고양이는 총 몇 마리에요?A. 두 마리예요…
Jiyoung | 04-11 | 3170
여의도 벚꽃 축제
Citizens who have visited the cherry blossom festival in Yoonjung-ro, Yeouido, Seoul, enjoy the springtime. The 2019 Yeouido Cherry Blossom Festival will continue until Thursday, April 11.
Cherry blossoms are blooming in cherry trees. Pink or white petals bloom in spring are famous. The flower language is 'innocence'.
Cherry blossoms in Korea begin to bloom in early April. In other…
Dowoomi | 04-10 | 3685
Today, we are going to learn how to say months in Korean.In English, months has its own names such as January, February, March, etc., however, it is much simpler in Korean.Basically, we put [number + 월(month)] in Korean.
Jiyoung | 04-07 | 3417
호랑이도 제 말하면 온다.
(ho-lang-i-do je-mal-ha-myeon on-da-deo-ni.)
Literally the tiger appears when I am talking about him. Speak of the devil.
호랑이도 제 말 하면 온다더니! 철수야, 마침 네 얘기를 하던 참이야.
Speak of the devil! Hello, Chulsoo, we were just talking about you.
자리에 없는 사람을 흉보거나 비방하지 말라는 속뜻, 또는 자리에 없는 사람에 대해 이야기하는 데, 때마침 그 사람이 나타났을 때 하는 말.
Do not slander those who are not on the spot.
This phrase is use…
도우미 | 03-29 | 3482
We always say about weathers in our daily life. Often, weather can be a good topic for you to break the ice. In this post, we're going to learn basic words related to climates and apply these words to form a sentence. EnglishKorean Fog 안개 Rain 비 Snow 눈 Sun …
clary | 03-11 | 3316
In this post, we're going to learn one word which has more than one meaning and also can make you speak more naturally when talking to native korean speaker.Today's word is '진짜'. Let me show you a short conversation. ▶ A : Hi, I want to tell you something! I finally got a job!(안녕! 너한테 말하고 싶은 것이 있어. 나 일자리 얻었어!) B ; Really? (진짜?)In this conversation, B is using the word '진짜' to e…
clary | 03-04 | 3779
From part 1~2, you'll learn basic words which describe body parts in Korean ★
clary | 02-28 | 3832
In this post, we're going to learn body parts in Korean
clary | 02-27 | 3735
In this post, we're going to learn about names which you can use when calling family members or relatives.
아버지 or 아빠
*1If you are a girl(or woman) a…
clary | 02-22 | 4507
HOW SO SAY 'SORRY' IN KOREANYou will face lots of situations that you have to say sorry when you are talking to koreans.There are two expressions that are used widely. The first one is '미안해''미안해' is used between friends or someone who is younger than you. There are of course, an exception. Like when you are really close with someone who is older than you. Second one is '죄송합니다''죄송합니다' is…
clary | 02-20 | 3553
한국의 전통 놀이 - '윷놀이'
'Yuch-nol-i' is a traditional Korean play.
On the first full moon night in the lunar callendar, the whole family gather in the room and play this game.
To do the 'Yuch-nol-i', you need a paper 'Mal-pan' (horse board) and 'Yuch', four flat, round wooden sticks that are flattened on one side. This stick is called 'Yuch'. The size does not matter. You can use it if it is not a …
Dowoomi | 02-19 | 3920
한국의 문화 - 정월 대보름
Tomorrow, February 19th is called "jeong-wol dae-bo-leum" in Korea.
January 15 is the day of the full moon rising in the lunar calendar. This day means the start date of farming.
On this day, Korean people mix 5 different kinds of grain and make rice. This is called "O-gog-bab". They also bite and eat hard foods such as walnuts and pine nuts. This act is called "Bu-rum-ggae-gi…
Dowoomi | 02-18 | 5565
한국의 민요 - 진도 아리랑
아리아리랑 쓰리쓰리랑 아라리가 났네
아리랑 음음음 아라리가 났네
문경세제는 웬 고개인가
구부야아 구부구부가 눈물이로구나
What Hill is Mungyeong Hill
There are tears in the valleys.
아리아리랑 쓰리쓰리랑 아라리가 났네
아리랑 음음음 아라리가 났네
청천 하늘에 잔별도 많고
우리네 가슴 속에는 희망도 많다
There are many stars in the clear sky.
There is a great hope in our hearts.
Korean words -
고개 (go-gae) hill
눈물 (nun-mul) tear
가슴 (ga-seum) heart
Dowoomi | 02-12 | 3818
I have a question about Korean culture.
I know young people concede their seats to the seniors in bus or subway.
Is there any penalty if we don't concede to the seniors?
Emily Sown | 02-08 | 3540
한국의 게임 - 가위 바위 보
Gawi-Bawi-Bo,'rock paper scissors' is a game where many people scream 'Gawi-Bawi-Bo', and at the same time determine each other by Gawi, Bawi and Bo. 'Gawi' is scissors, 'Bawi' is rock, 'Bo' is Wrapping cloth. 'Gawi' are defeated by 'Bawi', 'Bawi' is defeated by 'Bo', and 'Bo' is defeated by 'Gawi'. The wrapping cloth may cover the rock, the rock may break the scissors, and the…
Dowoomi | 02-08 | 4481
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