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Grammar 5 에 [Lesson Created By KkOmA] 위치격 조사. 장소나 시간 명사 뒤에 쓴다. '위치'나 '방향', '때'를 나타낸다. [Locative particle.

Used after place or time noun and shows 'location, direction or time'.] [ Similar to 'in/at or to' ] 보기~ 1. 냉장고: 냉장고 + 에 ---> 냉장고에 [위치: place] 2. 아침: 아침 + 에 ---> 아침에 [때: time] 3. 도서관: 도서관 + 에 ---> 도서관에 [방향: direction] 예문~ . 가족이 교회에 있어요. My family is at church. . 우유가 가게에 있어요. Milk is in the shop. . 밤에 착을 읽어요. I read a book at night. . 지금 은행에 가요. I go to the bank now. Grammar 6 에 셈을 세는 단위 명사와 결합하여 단위나 셈의 '기준'을 나타낸다. [Added to the unit noun which counts numbers, it shows the 'standard' of the counting or unit.] [Similar to 'a, per, or by'] 보기~ 1. 한 그롯 -- 이천 원입니다. -----> 한 그롯을 이천 원입니다. 2. 만 원 -- 여섯 개입니다. -----> 만 원에 여섯 개입니다. 예문~ . 일 주일에 두 번 갑니다. I go twice a week. . 한 시간에 20 페이지를 읽습니다. I read 20 pages per hour. . 옷 한 벌에 4 만원입니다. It costs 40,000 won by the set. . 한 반에 10 명입니다. There are 10 students in a class.

Korean Sentence Structure and Word order In Korean the structure of sentence differ to English sentences, for example the phrase Chal Chinaessooyo literally means "Well have you been getting on?" which is the opposite from English. In general the structure of the Korean sentences is broken down as subject - object - verb "Jon the ball kicked"

"To Go" in order to do sentences There are a few words that you may add to the end of verb stems at the end of sentences, these include yo which makes sentences polite, and -ro which means "in order to". In some cases the verb stems may in effect end in consonants in which case -uro is utilised. The order of the sentences for an example sentence of "in order to buy bread I am goin to the shops" is restructured as "bread buy-in order-to the shops go" In Korean unlike English, the subject of the sentences is optional like "I", then the "in order section" is next, which is then followed by "the place you are going". (In English) (in Korean) I I (optional) go to the shops bread buy - in-order to in-order -to buy bread shops to go

The Konglish for this sentence in Korean would be na-do ppang sa-ro kayo (I-do bread buy-in orderto go).

* The construction can only be used in verbs involving 'going' and 'coming' and cannot be used with other verbs at the end of sentences. At the Hospital

At the Hospital English I have a(n) ... headache toothache stomach earache sore throat I have ... cramps constipation diarrhea Hangul ... 아파요. 머리가 이빨이 배가 귀가 목이 ... 예요. 생리통 변비 설사 ... yeyo. sangritong byeonbi seolsa Pronunciation ... apayo. meoriga ippali baega gwiga moki

indigestion the flu a cold a runny nose a stuffy nose Is it serious?

소화불량 독감에 걸렸어요 감기에 걸렸어요

sohwabulryang Dokgame geolryeotsseoyo Gamgie geolryeotsseoyo

자꾸 콧물이 나요 Jakku konmuri nayo 코가 막혔어요 심각한 건가요? Koga makyeotsseoyo Simgakan geongayo? Byeongmyeongi mwongayo?

What is the name of disease? 병명이 뭔가요?

There Are / There is The Korean verb which means either "there are" and "there is" is issoyo ( 있 어요 ) They are dependent on the context in which you use them, and on what you are talking about. The stem of the verb is iss- with the inclusion of o and the polite particle -yo, thus forming the ending -oyo. However in the case where the verb stem ends in vowel, we use -a or -o, such as -ayo. Vowel stem - yo Consonant stem if the last vowel ends with -a or -o - ayo Consonant Stem - oyo

In context the oppposite of iss- is ops- which literally means "there isnt" or "there arent".

Uses of the verbs chogi issoyo means "it exist over there", or "its over there" Issoyo on its own can mean "I have/he has" Opsoyo means "I dont have" or "I havent got"

In a shop When addressing a shop keeper or waiters, Koreans use ajossi literally meaning uncle, but is used as a general word when addressing someone in a shop. However if it were to be used in a formal way, it is only for the referral of a man, For females the word ajumma meaning aunt is used, for people over 35-ish, and for younger woman agassi is used for young women. In Korean, we use a particle which comes after a noun that it relates to, such as na-do (me-too). In English, it is the opposite, we would say 'with-me', whereas Korean is 'me-with'.

but would rather say SangHyun-ssi. The word hago becomes part of burger.로 이 소포를 보내고 싶어요. For example we would say. The particle hago can also mean with such as. this is a particle so when it is to be used it must be attached to a noun. which means "give me please" At the Post Office At the Post Office English I'd like to send this parcel . when you want to address men politely. one would use the word songsaegnim attached to their surname or full name. when you use the ssi. For that same reason. or Yoo SangHyun-ssi. the word for and is -hago.. Addressing Korean women. soju hana chuseyo meaning "soju one give me please". in Korea women do not take their husbands surname when they get married. one would say Yoo Songsaegnim or with the full name Yoo SangHyun Songsaegnim. It is not possible to a Korean persons first name.ro i soporeul bonaego sipeoyo. . Ordering with numbers When asking for 'one' item we say 'hana' which is said after you have selected the meal you wish to order.... this literally means teacher. The word chuseyo utilises the polite word stem -yo.. 미국으로 항공우편으로 속달로 배송기간은 얼마나 걸리나요? 우표는 어디에서 팔아요? 이 주소의 우편번호가 뭐예요? Pronunciation .Using 'and' In Korean. when you say 'burger and chips'. migukeuro hanggongupyeoneuro sokdalro Baesonggiganeun eolmana geolrinayo? Upyoneun eodieseo parayo? I jusoui upyeonbeonhoga mwoyeyo? In Korean. For example. attached to chu-. to America by airmail by express delivery How long will it take to be delivered? Where can I get stamps? What's the zip code for this address? Hangul . you cannot say Yoo-ssi.. For example. such like SangHyun Songsaegnim. Doojin-hago shinae-e kayo meaning 'I am going to town with Doojin'. in Korean it would be 'burger-hago chips.

For example if Mrs Han is married to Mr Kim. "is happy"). "really?" or "is that so?". "it is". It cant be used to say "is located in"(is underneath". but -ieyo when B ends on a consonant. In Korea. Ottaeyo means is how?. it makes As for Business or As for me. Describing how things are Korean possess words which mean "is a certain way". "thats right". this copula is present at the end of a sentence. then she may referred to as Kim songsaengnim-puin (Kim mr-wife). as in: songsaengnim ottaeyo? ( How is teacher ? or What is teacher like? ) saob ottaeyo? (How is business? or What is business like?) Kuraeyo literally means "it is like that". Using Copula to describe "this is that" In Korean. At the Beauty Shop or Barber Shop At the Beauty Saloon or Barber Shop . used in attachment to place emphasis on what is being talked about. "is near") nor can it be used to say "is a certain way" (i. -nun is attached to a noun. and behaves a little differently to ordinary verbs. Songsaengnim-un (as for teacher). or she maybe reffered to in a similar English terminology such as Misesu Han(Mrs Han). you will have to use special verbs called copula.e "is red". by adding -un or nun. songsaengnim-ieyo (is teacher) soju-eyo (is soju) IMPORTANT to note that in Korean the copula is only used to describe when this "is equivalent to". If you want to say A is B(like "This is a Korean book"):A B-ieyo (or B-eyo) this Korean book-ieyo It is obvious that you would use -eyo when B ends in a vowel. if you want to describe A is B . whereas -un is attached to a vowel. Korean has a special particle. and may be used as a statement such as "it's like that". EG soju-nun (as for soju). On the other hand it may be used as a question Kuraeyo? meaning "is it like that?".

. …을(를) 정리해 주세요. hae juseyo. . .. Neomu gopseulgeoriji anke haejuseyo. .. 해 주세요. Don't make it too curly... and simply add this to the end of a phrase.. for example. -hamnida and -jiman In Korean.eun kkakji maseyo.. shillye hamnida (excuse me).. which is comprised of the verb stem shille ha-. and the verb ending hamnida (note this is the formal style). gurenarut kotsuyeom suyeom Neomu mani jareuji maseyo.. cut permed dyed straightened highlighted Please.. 구레나룻 콧수염 수염 너 무 많이 자르지 마세요... containing the ending -jiman which means but. We would use -iseyo. trim… wiskers mushtache beard Don't cut too much. it is possible to add polite endings to verbs.. . shillye-jiman (I'm sorry but. Asking a person In Korean.) which is a abbreviation of the verb and stem shillye ha-jiman .for example "Are you Mr Han". 머리를 ..English Hangul Pronunciation Meorireul . jalra pama yeomsaek seuteureit bubuntalsaek Apmeoriman jogeum dadeumeo juseyo. trim only the forehead Please..eul(reul) jeongrihae juseyo. 은 깎지 마세요. there is a special verb which may be used in the event where you want to ask someone if they are someone. 너무 곱슬거리지 않게 해주세요. 잘라 파마 염색 스트레이트 부분탈색 앞머리만 조금 다듬어 주세요. I'd like to get my hair . Han songsaengnim-iseyo? ( Are you Mr Han?) Hangungmal songsaengnim-iseyo? (Are you the Korean Teacher?) . There is also the verb and stem... don't cut… Please... please.

deurai hae darimjil hae pulmeogyeo I need to get this . this is switched back to the topic particle. 이 얼룩을 뺄수 있나요? . or attach -ga to the end of nouns which end in a vowel... I love shopping as for mum (ma-nun). make the length (shorter)/(longer) Please. At the Cleaners At the Cleaners English Hangul Pronunciation Igeo .. she hates it. Jjijeojin goseul suseonhae juseyo. please. yangbok baji syeocheu .. it is possible to give emphasis. For example. as for me ( na-nun )... is similar to that of the english "As for". By doing this.Subjects and topics of Korean sentences In Korean.. I eolrukeul ppael su innayo? . dry-cleaned ironed starched Please. the subject in this case would be The man. and is best used in order to compare two things. 이거 . when a subject is mentioned for the first time. . songsaenim-i ( teacher ) or maekju-ga (beer) give emphasis on each of these subjects in a sentence. the subject particle is used.. juseyo. Can you get this stain out? I'm here to pick up . 양복 바지 셔츠 Pogeul (juryeo) / (neulyeo) juseyo. on subjects in sentences. On the other hand. For a sentence . 주세요.. 찢어진 곳을 수선해 주세요.. Kijangeul (juryeo) / (neulyeo) juseyo. we attach -i to the end of nouns which end with consonants. chajeureo watsseumnida.. The topic particle. For example. make the width (wider)/(narrower) Please. 폭을 (줄여) / (늘려) 주세요.. fix the cut part. but later on in a conversation. suit pants shirts 드라이 해 다림질 해 풀먹여 기장을 (줄여) / (늘려) 주세요. "The man kissed the dog". 찾으러 왔습니다.

...but.but. but..( buy ) sa-jiman ( buys.) mok..) iss." .... we use the negative copula anieyo..( do ) ha-jiman ( does.... it is also possible to say (X-subject) odi issoyo? When answering a Where is question..( drink ) mashi-jiman ( drinks.( is/are..( eat ) mok-jiman ( eats.. For example: Question in English = "Do you like Korea ?" Answer in English = "Yes I do like it" or "No i dont" Answer in Korean = "No.. There are lots of verbs where you may attach -jiman onto.) ha.but. so you will need to think carefully. you must always use issoyo as a verb such that:hakkyo-ga kogi issoyo ( the school is over there ).) sa..) Note that for the word iss-jiman the double ss is re-written to itjiman At the Bank . but .....) anj. Answering questions with Yes and No in Korean This is a tricky aspect of the Korean language. here are a few of them:ka.it can be confusing at first.. hanguk hakkwa-ga anieyo ( Not the Korean department ). have ) it-jiman ( has.... but.but.. Using Korean sentences with but.Negative Copula In Korean.. When saying 'A is not B'. but..) mashi.. We have previously seen that shillye hamnida and the equivalent shillye-jiman mean "Excuse me.. I do like it" or "Yes i dont" As you can see....( go ) ka-jiman ( goes.. it is quite different to how we would speak in English. Where is it? When asking where something is in Korean.. when you are trying to say something is not something else. you would say (X-subject) odieyo? However. For instance....(sit ) anj-jiman ( sits. we would say :cho-nun songsaengnim-i anieyo ( I am not a teacher ).but" or "I'm Sorry...

. 전세 월세 원룸 단독주택 아파트 상가 한번 둘러보고 싶은데요. Pronunciation Gujwareul gaeseolhago sipseumnida.. Jihacheol yeokeseoneun georiga eolmana geolrinayo? How far from the subway station? .. At the Real Estate Office At the Real Estate Office English I am looking for …with 50 million won key money. ipgeum / songgeum / inchul Songgeum susuryoneun eolmaimnikka? Ijaneun eolmana doinayo? Gonggwageumeul napbuhago sipseumnida.reul guhago sipseumnida.At the Bank English I'd like to open an account.. 입금 / 송금 / 인출 송금 수수료는 얼마입니까? 이자는 얼마나 되나요? 공과금을 납부하고 싶습니다. deposit / wire transfer / withdraw How much do you charge for a wire transfer? How much is the interest? I'd like to pay my bill. 해주세요.를 구하고 싶습니다... 2 만원 . I'd like to …20. Imanwon . lease of a house [room] on a deposit basis monthly rent studio house apartment business section I'd like to take a look..000 won. jeonse wolse wonrum dandokjutaek apateu sangga Hanbeon dulreobogo sipeundeyo. haejuseyo. 지하철 역에서는 거리가 얼마나 걸리나요? Pronunciation Ocheonmanwone .. Hangul 5 천만원에 . Hangul 구좌를 개설하고 싶습니다.

I'd like to have (number) … (3) rooms/ (2) bathrooms I'd like to have above (number) floor with beranda. and the other are Sino-korean which is based on the chinese numerals.gae ineun goseul wonhamnida. kong il i sam sa o yuk ch'il p'al ku ship saship kuship paek ch'on man 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 40 90 100 1000 10. the first set are known as pure Korean numbers. …이 ..I want to have place close to subway station.개 있는 곳을 워합니다. 보증금은 얼마나 되나요? Bojeunggeumeun eolmana doinayo? Geonmul deunggibudeungboneul hwakinhago sipseumnida.. 건물 등기부등본을 확인하고 싶습니다. In Korean there are two sets of numbers which are used when counting. for example the pure korean numbers are used when counting hours. .i .. 지하철정류장에서 가까운 곳을 원합니다.000 At the Bath House shibil shibi shipsam shipsa shibo shimnyuk shipch'il shipp'al shibku iship 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 ishibil ishibi ishipsam ishipsa 21 22 23 24 ishipku samship 29 30 At the Bath House . How much is the depit modey? I like to check the building registration certificate. and the sino korean when used to count minutes. The use of these numbers depends on the context in which it is used. berandaga ineun goseul wonhamnida.. 방 (3)개 / 욕실 (2)개 Jihacheoljeongryujangeseo gakkaun goseul wonhamnida. bang (se)gae / yoksil (du)gae (Sam) cheung isang (3)층 이상 베란다가 있는 곳을 원합니다.

Jeonwoni an kyeojimnida. Jeopsuhae juseyo. 찜질방은 이용하지 않을 겁니다. I drop it and broke. 을 주세요. Jjimjilbangeun iyonghaji aneulgeomnida.가 고장난 것 같습니다.English Two adults and one child. I don't want to use the sauna room. 아이 1 명입니다. 전원이 안 켜집니다. Pronunciation Eoreun dumyeong.... What is the reason? How long will it take to get fixed? Hangul . I can't start the computer power. 접수해 주세요. Wonini mueotingayo? Surihaneun de sigani eolmana geolrinayo? Suribiyongeun eolmana deumnikka? How much will it cost to get fixed? 수리비용은 얼마나 듭니까? .. Soriga deulryeotdaga an deulryeotdaga haeyo. The sound is sometimes of and sometimes off. hyudaepon / notbuk / radio Moniteoga jal an boyeoyo. syampu / binu tawol / gaun Matsaji seobiseureul batkko sipseumnida. 원 인이 무엇인가요? 수리하는 데 시간이 얼마나 걸리나요? Pronunciation . I'd like to ragister. Hangul 어른 2 명. ai hanmyeongimnida.eul juseyo.. 떨어트려서 깨졌습니다. At the Customer Service Center At the Customer Service Center English I think … is out of orer. mobile phone / laptop / radio I can't see the monitor screen well.ga gojangnan geot gatseumnida. . 휴대폰 / 노트북 / 라디오 모니터가 잘 안 보여요. Please give me… shampoo / soap towel / robe I'd like to have massage service. . 샴푸 / 비누 타월 / 가운 맛사지 서비스를 받고 싶습니다.. 소리가 들렸다가 안 들렸다가 해요. Tteoleotteuryeoseo kkaejyeotsseumnida.. please..

Making Suggestions When making suggestions. The use of -seyo means that you have a special respect for the person.you are saying Mr Han is going to school. notice that when it is used. ( But you are also showing special respect for him ). etc.Is it under the free repair period? When should I come back to pick it up? Plaese. Making requests more polite The polite honorific -seyo can be used to make requests more polite. and -upshida is attached to verbstems ending in a consonant. fix it as fast as you can. Koreans use -(u)pshida ( literally means lets do). -(에)서' 등이더 있다. add 이 . and -useyo is used when the verb stem ends in a consonant.becomes anjuseyo If you want to request someone to wait for you. Examples of these are:mashi. 명사 뒤에 봍어서 주어를 나타내는 조사로는 '-께서. Particles which come after a noun shows 'subject' are: -께서. What you want to do ? Koreans use -ko ship'oyo which literally means want to. "-이" --> 선행 명사가 자음으로 끝날 때 : When the noun ends in a consonant.becomes kidariseyo iss. you would say kidariseyo (Please wait !!). cho-nun mok-ko ship'oyo which means I want to eat. 무상 서비스 기간에 해당 되나요? 언제 찾으러 오면 되나요? 최대한 빨리 수리해 주세요. Musang seobiseu gigane haedang doinayo? Eonje chajeureo omyeon doinayo? Choidaehan ppalri surihae juseyo. [Subject particle. -(에)서. -pshida is attached onto verb stems ending in a vowel.. Here are some examples:Umryosu mashipshida ( Lets have a drink ) Grammar 1 이/가 [Lesson Created By KkOmA] 주격 조사. the -ko is utilised by being added to the end of the verb stem. for example if you say hansongsaengnim-i hakkyo-e kaseyo .] 1.becomes haseyo kidari. -seyo is used when the verb stem ends in in a vowel.becomes mashiseyo ha.becomes issuseyo anj. as you may have guessed. and this can be added to a verb stem. For example you may say.

. . 안경이 없습니다. 제가. Comes after a noun and shows the "object" of the verb.연필이 있습니다. . "-를" --> 모음으로 끝나는 명사일 때: When the noun ends in a vowel. and 누가. . "-을" --> 자음으로 끝나는 명사일 때: When the noun ends in a consonant. add 가 보기~ 1. I drink a cup of coffee." 예문~ . 너. 저. [ In spoken language. 네가 갔니? 제가 가겠습니다. When 이/가 is attached at the end of '나. 신문을 봅니다. 명사에 붙어서 동사의 '목적어'를 나타낸다. 너. I read a newspaper.. There is a pencil. 누구' 뒤에 붙으면 '내가. There is not a pair of glasses. and 누구. 누가'로 된다. The strawberry is delicious. . 네가.' the words change into '내가.] 1. 커피를 마십니다. 시계가 비쌉니다. it may be omitted or abbreviated into '-ㄹ' after a vowel. 네가. 교과서: 교과서 + 를 --> 교과서를 참고~ 구어에서는 생략되거나 모음 뒤에서 '-ㄹ'만으로 줄여 쓰기도 한다. "-가" --> 선행 명사가 모음으로 끝날 때 : When the noun ends in a vowel.2. [Object particle. 누가 갑니까? 예문~ . 자우개를 삽니다. Grammar 2 을/를 조사. . 저.. 사과: 사과 +가 --> 사과가 참고 '나. add 을 2. I swim. . . I buy an eraser. 수영을 합니다. The watch is expensive. --> "영활 보고 커필 마셨어요. 제가. 영화를 보고 커피를 마셨어요. 책상: 책상 + 이 --> 책상이 2. 책: 책 + 을 --> 책을 2. 딸기가 맛있습니다. add 를 보기~ 1.' 내가 가요.

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they are romanized as g. ㄹ. 05.Rules: 01. d. When ㄱ. Example: 밥 (rice) would be bap. ㅂ are found directly before vowel. ㅂ are found directly before a consonant. it should be romanized as shi. To avoid confusion of syllables. Pronunciation . ㄹ. that is what the letter should be romanized as the final letter when found at the end of a syllable. a hyphen can be used. t. they should be romanized as k. If a character has a romanization with letters separated by an "/". When ㄱ. ㄷ. p.. r. When ㅅ is followed directly by ㅣ. Example: 다시 (again) would be dashi. 02. r. 03. Example: 후에 (after) would be hu-e.eul gangsinharyeogo hamnida. ㄷ. 04. At the Dong Office At the Dong Office English I'd like to renew … Hangul 을 갱신하려고 합니다. . b.

신고를 하려고 합니다. 복습도 합니다. [ I meet a teacher. [ There is a book. "는" ----> 모음으로 끝나는 명사일 때: When the noun ends in vowel. 사전은 없습니다. add "은" 2.. + 수박을 먹습니다.. too] . '또. ] 1. [ I read a book. 우유: 우유 + 는 ---> 우유는 예문~ . singoreul haryeogo hamnida.foreign resident card resident card I'd like to report… moving in / moving out birth / death / marriage I'd like to have a copy of… a copy of resident registration a copy of one's family register 외국인등록증 주민등록증 .를 1 통 교부받고 싶습니다. 신문도 읽습니다. The novel is interesting.. it shows the subject of the sentence or may be used to show 'contrast' or 'emphasis'. 사과를 먹습니다.. 전입 / 전출 출생 / 사망 / 혼인 oegugindeungnokjeung jumindeungrokjeung . [ The movie is interesting. 예습을 합니다. + 노트가 있습니다. I meet a friend. '-에게도. 책을 읽습니다. too] . 친구도 만납니다. ] .. adverbs. . 소설책도 재미있습니다. too] . 역시'의 의미를 나타내는 보조사. 예문~ . other particles or endings. 물: 물 + 은 ---> 물은 2. add "는" 보기~ 1.reul hantong gyobubatkko sipseumnida. [ I prepare the lessons. 노트도 있습니다. too'] 보기~ 1. 또한. I go over the lessons. 책이 있습니다. too] Grammar 4 은/는 조사. 수박도 먹습니다. 다른 조사나 어미에 붙어서 문장의 주제임을 나타내거나 '대조'. jeonip / jeonchul chulsang / samang / honin .. [ Topic particle. 명사나 부사. 선생님을 만납니다.. too' May be attached to the end of other particles as in '-에게도 and -과도.책이 있습니다. I read a newspaper. "은" ----> 자음으로 끝나는 명사일 때: When the noun ends in a consonant. 주민등록등본 호적등본 jumindeungrokdeungbon hojeokdeungbon Grammar 3 도 [Lesson Created By KkOmA] 조사. -와/과도' 처럼 다른 조사 뒤에 붙기도 한다. '강조'의 뜻으로 쓴다. ------> 사과를 먹습니다.'] [Similar to 'also.. Attached to nouns. [Particle with the meaning of 'also. -----> 책이 있습니다. There is not a dictionary. 2. though. 영화가 재미있습니다.

Hyugacha Gwangwanghareo Syopinghareo Seoureneun cheoeum osyeotseumnikka? Busan Ne. 여름마다 옵니다..넥타이가 쌉니다. [ It's hot in summer. 지하철은 빠릅니다. 처음입니다. 옷은 비쌉니다. I come here every summer. this is my second time. 유스호스텔 친구 집 . 이번이 두번째입니다. I came here last winter. Cheoeumimnida.버스가 느립니다. No. 작년 겨울에 왔었어요. it's cold in winter. [ The bus is slow. 휴가차 관광하러 쇼핑하러 [서울]에는 처음 오셨습니까? 부산 네. a youth hostel my friend's house 어디 머무르실 건가요? [OO 호텔]에 묵을 거예요. 아니요.여름이 덥습니다. the subway train is fast. Ibeoni dubeonjjaeimnida. Where are you going to stay? I am going to stay at [OO Hotel]. Aniyo. However. ] At the Airport At Immigration | At Customs | Buying Air Tickets | At the Baggage Claim | Other At Immigration English What is the purpose of your visit? I am here [on business]. Aniyo. Eodi meomureusil geongayo? OOhotere mugeul geoyeyo. Aniyo. ] . Pronunciation Bangmun mokjeogeun mueosimnikka? Saeopcha watseumnida. 겨울은 춥습니다. Yuseuhoseutel Chingu jip No. Hangul 방문 목적은 무엇입니까? [사업차] 왔습니다. Jangnyeon gyeoure wasseosseoyo. [ The tie is cheap. However. No. the clothes are expensive. ] . it is my first time. on vacation for sightseeing for shopping Is this your first visit to [Seoul]? Busan Yes. Yeoreummada omnida. However. 아니요. 아니요.

여기요. 신 고할 물품이 없습니다. 3주 2달 1년반 Eolmana meomureul yejeongimnikka? 10il dongan isseul geoyeyo. 개인용품 뿐입니다.행은 몇 시(언제)에요? 그편에 빈 좌석이 있어요? [편도로] 부탁해요. Hangul 신고할 물건 있습니까? 아니오. Pronunciation … 724pyeone yeyakago sipeoyo... Singoyangsik juseyo. Here it is. 신고양식 주세요... 예.How long are you going to stay? I will be here for [ten days]. 없습니다. Gabangeul yeoreo boseyo. Eopseumnida. 다음 . Singohal mulpumi eopseumnida. Hangul . Daeum …haengeun myeot si(eonje)yeyo? Geupyeone bin jwaseogi isseoyo? Pyeondoro butakaeyo. Nothing to declare I have only personal items. 724 편에 예약하고 싶어요. please. 가방을 열어 보세요. Gaeinyongpum ppunimnida. Yes. three weeks two months a year and a half 얼마나 머무를 예정입니까? [10 일] 동안 있을 거예요. Yeogiyo.. What time (When) is the next flight to. Open your baggage. 3ju 2dal 1nyeon ban At Customs English Do you have anything to declare? No. . I don't. Ye.. Please hand me the customs declaration form. ? Do you have a seat on that flight? I'd like a [one-way] ticket. Buying Air Tickets English I'd like to reserve a seat on KAL Flight 724. Pronunciation Singohal mulgeon itseumnikka? Anio.

This is carry-on baggage. 끽연석 통로측으로 부탁해요. Gatgo gyesin jimi myeot gaeimnikka? Du gaeyeyo. I'd like to confirm my reservation. Yeyageul jaehwaginhago sipeundeyo. 예약을 재확인하고 싶은데요. Yeyageul byeongyeonghago sipeundeyo. 짐 좀 운반해 주시겠어요? Pronunciation Gabangeun myeot gae buchisil geoyeyo? Han gaemanyo. I jimeun ginaero gajigo deureogamnida. 이 짐은 기내로 가지고 들어갑니다. At the Baggage Claim English How many bags do you want to check? Just one. I'd like to change my flight reservation. 갖고 계신 짐이 몇 개입니까? 두 개예요. please? Hangul 가방은 몇 개 부치실 거예요? 한 개만요. Jim jom unbanhae jusigesseoyo? .round trip I'd like a window seat in the nosmoking section. please. Kkigyeonseok tongnocheugeuro butakaeyo. Would you carry my bags. 예약을 변경하고 싶은데요. I'd like an aisle seat in the smoking section. Is the departure on time? 왕복으로 금연석 창문측으로 부탁해요. Wangbogeuro Geumyeonseok changmuncheugeuro butakaeyo. How many bags do you have? I have two suitcases. Bihaenggineun jeonggage chulbalhaeyo? Bihaenggineun jeonggage dochakaeyo? Yeogiseo tapseungsusogi dwaeyo? Geiteu beonhoreul allyeo juseyo. 비행기는 정각에 출발해요? 비행기는 정각에 도착해요? 여기서 탑승수속이 돼요? 게이트 번호를 알려 주세요. Is the arrival on time? Can I check in here? Please tell me the gate number.

When is the next limousine bus? May I cash this traveler's check? I'd like to change this into [won]. please? your passport your boarding pass your ID Here you are. 냉장고: 냉장고 + 에 ---> 냉장고에 [위치: place] 2. . direction or time'. 가족이 교회에 있어요. / 예. '위치'나 '방향'. / Ye. Ilbondon Migukdalleo Pronunciation Seungchagwon jom boyeojusigesseoyo? Yeogwon Tapseunggwon Sinbunjeung Grammar 5 에 [Lesson Created By KkOmA] 위치격 조사. / Yes. 일 본돈 미국달러 Hangul [승차권] 좀 보여주시겠어요? 여권 탑승권 신분증 Yeogiyo. yen US dollars 여기요. 다음 리무진 버스는 언제 있나요? 이 여행자 수표를 현금으로 바꿔 주시겠어요? [한국돈]으로 바꿔 주세요. [Locative particle. 밤에 착을 읽어요. . 지금 은행에 가요.] [ Similar to 'in/at or to' ] 보기~ 1. '때'를 나타낸다. Milk is in the shop. My family is at church.Other English Can I have [your ticket]. 아침: 아침 + 에 ---> 아침에 [때: time] 3. 우유가 가게에 있어요. I go to the bank now. . Used after place or time noun and shows 'location. Daeum rimujin beoseuneun eonje innayo? I yeohaengja supyoreul hyeongeumeuro bakkwo jusigesseoyo? Hangukdoneuro bakkwo juseyo. I read a book at night. 장소나 시간 명사 뒤에 쓴다. Grammar 6 에 . 도서관: 도서관 + 에 ---> 도서관에 [방향: direction] 예문~ .

. .. . Phone Dialogue Phone Dialogue English Hello. Jeon (Life in Korea)ui (Hyejin)imnida.. . 제가 연결해 드리겠습니다.여섯 개입니다. . 2. Who's calling.000 won by the set. Do you want . -----> 만 원에 여섯 개입니다. 예문~ .. 만 원 -.] [Similar to 'a. 옷 한 벌에 4 만원입니다.이천 원입니다. There are 10 students in a class. 한 반에 10 명입니다.. ssiwa tonghwahal su isseulkkayo? . 누구세요? .. to call you back? Could I take a message? 여보세요. I go twice a week. ..... it shows the 'standard' of the counting or unit.. Jamsiman gidariseyo.. please. This is (Hyejin) of the (Life in Korea). Jega yeongyeolhae deurigetsseumnida. 씨 좀 부탁드립니다. 한 시간에 20 페이지를 읽습니다. . 씨에게 다시 전화하라고 할까요? 메시지를 받을수 있을까요? Hangul Pronunciation Yeoboseyo. I'm afraid .셈을 세는 단위 명사와 결합하여 단위나 셈의 '기준'을 나타낸다. or by'] 보기~ 1. Joesonghajiman .. Nuguseyo? ... isn't in at the moment. please? Could I speak to .. ssi jom butakdeurimnida. . 죄송하지만 .. please? I'll put you through.. 전 (라이프 인 코리아)의 (혜진)입니다. 씨가 잠시 자리를 비웠습니다. It costs 40. 한 그롯 -. -----> 한 그롯을 이천 원입니다.. 잠시 만 기다리세요.. [Added to the unit noun which counts numbers.. ssiga jamsi jarireul biwotsseumnida.. per. ssiege dasi jeonhwaharago halkkayo? Mesigireul badeul su itsseulkkayo? . 일 주일에 두 번 갑니다.. please? Can I talk to . I read 20 pages per hour. Hold on. 씨와 통화할 수 있을까요? ..

I feel (am)… angry sad happy Hangul Pronunciation (나는) (당신을) . Eonjejjeum tonghwaga ganeunghalkkayo? Feelings English (I) …(you) love like hate detest dearly love Thank you. Naneun . Saranghaeyo.해요 (Naneun) (dangsineul) . 나는 . 죄송합니다. Could you repeat that. 미 워해요. Mianhamnida. Samohaeyo.. 슬 퍼요.. Dasi malsseumhae jusigetsseuyo? Jom deo keuge malsseumhae jusigetsseuyo? Jega dasi geolgetsseumnida. When can I call? 메시지를 남기시겠어요? 통 화중입니다. I am sorry.해요 화가나요. Miwohaeyo. Gamsahamnida. 기뻐요. Joahaeyo. 좋 아해요. please? Could you speak up a little. Thank you. Hwaganayo.haeyo. 사 랑해요. Gippeoyo. 감사합니다. 미안합니다. Jeungohaeyo.Would you like to leave a message? The line is busy.. 언제 쯤 통화가 가능할까요? Feelings Mesigireul namgisigetsseuyo? Tonghwajungimnida.haeyo.. 증오해요. please? I will call you back. 다시 말씀해 주시겠어요? 좀 더 크게 말씀해 주시겠어요? 제가 다시 걸겠습니다. Joesonghamnida. Seulpeoyo. . 사모해요. I am very sorry. 고맙습니다. Gomapseumnida.

merry excited depressed afraid nervous thankful sorry puzzeled confused pleased disappointed excited surprised happy unhappy lonely lonely refreshed unpleasant comfortable falsely accused shameful ashamed stuffy (or difficulty in breathing) bored

즐거워요. 신나요. 우울해요. 무서워요. 불안해요. 고마워요. 미안해요. 황당해요. 당황스러워요. 만족스러워요. 실망이예요. 흥분되요. 놀라워요. 행복해요. 불행해요. 고독해요. 외로워요. 상쾌해요. 불쾌해요. 편해요. 억울해요. 부끄러워요. 창피해요. 답답해요. 지루해요.

Jeulgeowoyo. Sinnayo. Uulhaeyo. Museowoyo. Bulanhaeyo. Gomawoyo. Mianhaeyo. Hwangdanghaeyo. Danghwangseureowoyo. Manjokseureowoyo. Silmangiyeyo. Heungbundoeyo. Nolrawoyo. Haengbokaeyo. Bulhaenghaeyo. Godokaeyo. Oerowoyo. Sangkoaehaeyo. Bulkoaehaeyo. Pyeonhaeyo. Eogulhaeyo. Bukkeureowoyo. Changpihaeyo. dapdapaeyo. Jiruhaeyo.

painful It is … inconvenient hard difficult easy intresting mystic charming moving admirable stylish pretty beautiful cute complicated simple

아파요. (그것은) ..해요 불편해요. 힘 들어요. 어려워요. 쉬 워요. 재미있어요. 신비해요. 매력적이예요. 감동적이예요. 훌륭해요. 멋있어요. 예뻐요. 아름다워요. 귀 여워요. 복잡해요. 단순해요.

Apayo. (Geugeoseun) ..haeyo. Bulpyeonhaeyo. Himdeureoyo. Eoryeowoyo. Swiwoyo. Jaemiisseoyo. Sinbihaeyo. Maeryeokjeokiyeyo. Gamdongjeokiyeyo. Hullyunghaeyo. Meositsseoyo. Yeppeoyo. Areumdawoyo. Gwiyeowoyo. Bokjaphaeyo. Dansunhaeyo.

Relationship

Relationship English boyfriend girlfriend sweetheart (boyfriend, girlfriend) 남자친구 여자친구 애인 Hangul Pronunciation namjachingu yeojachingu aein

couple dating date blind date marriage meeting engagement wedding broken heart breaking off engagement divorce second marriage darling, honey, sweety It was love at first sight. Will you be my girlfriend? Will you be my boyfriend?

연인 연애 데이트 미팅 맞선 약혼 결혼 실연 파혼 이혼 재혼 자기, 여보

yeonin yeonae deiteu miting matseon yakhon gyeoron siryeon pahon ihon jaehon Jagi, Yeobo

우린 서로 첫눈에 반했어요. Urin seoro cheonnune banhaesseoyo. 내 여자친구가 되어줄래? 내 남자친구가 되어줄래? Nae yeojachinguga doeeojullae? Nae namjachinguga doeeojullae? Narang sagwillaeyo? Saranghamnida. Dangsinege banhaetsseumnida. Urin cheonsaengyeonbuniya. Uri heeojyeosseo. Jeorang gyeoronae juseyo. Naneun geuege chayeotsseoyo.

Would you like to go out with me? 나랑 사귈래요? I love you. I'm crazy about you. We're a match made in heaven. We split up. Would you marry me? He broke up with me. 사랑합니다. 당신에게 반했습니다. 우린 천생연분이야. 우리 헤어졌어. 저랑 결혼해 주세요. 나는 그에게 차였어요.

Verbs

Verbs English beat bend bind boil break break Hangul 두드리다 구부리다 묶다 끓이다 꺾다 부수다 Pronunciation dudeurida guburida mukda kkeurida kkeokda busuda budichida taeuda mutda burda japda bakkuda ssipda jogaknaeda muneojida bitda oda sikida deopda ulda kkeunta (chum)chuda pada bumped into 부딪히다 burn bury call catch change chew chop collapse comb come cool cover cry cut dance dig 태우다 묻다 부르다 잡다 바꾸다 씹다 조각내다 무너지다 빗다 오다 식히다 덮다 울다 끊다 (춤)추다 파다 .

drink drive drop eat erase fall fix fold frown fry give go grind hang hang have hear heat hold hold hold up holler improve kick laugh 마시다 몰다(운전하다) 떨어뜨리다 먹다 지우다 넘어지다 고치다 접다 찡그리다 튀기다 주다 가다 갈다 매달다 걸다 갖다 듣다 달구다 끼다 쥐다 들어 올리다 외치다 증진하다 차다 웃다 masida molda(unjeonhada) tteoreotteurida meokda jiuda neomeojida gochida jeopda jjinggeurida twigida juda gada galda maedalda geolda gatda deutda dalguda kkida gwida deureo olida oechida jeungjinhada chada utda .

learn lie down lock lose make make measure melt miss mix open open parch paste pay photograph pick pick up pile up play polish pour press press protect 배우다 눕다 잠그다 잃다 만들다 시키다 재다 녹이다 놓치다 섞다 열다 펼치다 볶다 바르다 지불하다 사진찍다 쑤시다 집다 쌓다 놀다 닦다 따르다 누르다 누르다 감싸다 baeuda nupda jamgeuda ilta mandeulda sikida jaeda nogida nochida seokda yeolda pyeolchida bokda bareuda jibulhada sajinjjikda ssusida jipda ssata nolda ttakda ttareuda nurda nureuda gamssada .

pull pull pull out push put put between put down put in put off put on put on put on put on put on raise read repair rinse away roast roll rub run rush scratch search 당기다 끌다 꺼내다 밀다 놓다 끼우다 내리다 넣다 (옷) 벗다 얹다 (옷) 입다 (신발) 신다 차다 붙이다 올리다 읽다 고치다 헹구다 굽다 말다 문지르다 달리다 서두르다 긁다 찾다 danggida kkeulda kkeonaeda milda nota kkiuda naerida neotda (ot) butda eonda (ot) ipda (sinbal) sinda chada buchida olida ikda gochida haengda gupda malda munjireuda dallida seodureuda geukda chatda .

see shake off shave shave shout shut shut up sit sleep smoke smoke soak spread sprinkle stained stamp stand up stand up stir stop strike strike struck suck take 보다 털다 깎다 밀다 소리치다 닫다 다물다 앉다 자다 피우다 피우다 담그다 펴다 뿌리다 묻다 (도장)찍다 일어나다 서다 젓다 멈추다 치다 때리다 맞다 빨다 타다 boda teolda kkakda milda sorichida datda damulda anda jada piuda piuda damgeuda pyeoda ppurida mutda (dojang)jjikda ireonada seoda jeotda meomchuda chida ttaerida matda ppalda tada .

take take off take off take out talk tear throw throw away turn turn off turn over undo wake up walk wash write write 받다 내리다 떼다 빼다 말하다 찢다 던지다 버리다 넘기다 끄다 뒤집다 batda naerida ttaeda ppaeda marada jjitda deonjida beorida neomgida kkeuda dwijipda 원상태로 돌리다 wonsangtaero dollida 깨다 걷다 씻다 쓰다 적다 kkaeda geotda ssitda sseuda jeokda Adjectives Weather | Emotions | Feelings | Colors | Tastes | Measurements | Textures | Speeds Weather English windy snowy Hangul Pronunciation 바람이 부는 barami buneun 눈이 내리는 nuni naerineun .

rainy shiny hot cold cool cool chilly warm humid dry cold 비가 내리는 biga naerineun 빛나는 더운 추운 시원한 선선한 싸늘한 따뜻한 습한 건조한 차가운 binnaneun deoun chuun siweonan seonseonan ssaneuran ttatteutan sppan geonjohan chaghun scorching 몹시 뜨거운 mopsi tteugeoun rough 거친 geochin Emotions English good happy terrible afraid humorous exciting pleasant happy sad Hangul 좋은 행복한 무서운 두려운 웃기는 신나는 즐거운 기쁜 슬픈 Pronunciation joeun hangbokan museoun duryeoun utkkineun sinnaneun jeulgeoun kippeun seulpeun .

gloomy lonely lonely anxious complicated simple refreshing pleasant interesting tedious thankful grateful sorry angry bad bad stylish glorious dazzling sparkling charming admirable great proud moving 우울한 고독한 외로운 걱정되는 복잡한 단순한 상쾌한 유쾌한 흥미로운 지루한 고마운 감사한 미안한 화난 나쁜 못된 멋있는 찬란한 눈부신 uulhan godokan oeroun geokjeongdoeneun bokjjapan dansunan sangkoehan youkoehan heungmiroun jiruhan gomaun kamsahan mianhan hwanan nappeun mottoen meositneun challanan nunbusin 반짝거리는 banjjakgeorineun 매력적인 훌륭한 위대한 maeryeokjjeogin hullyunghan widaehan 자랑스러운 jarangseureoun 감동적인 gamdongjeokin .

undeserved shameful unpleasant peaceful 억울한 부끄러운 불쾌한 평화로운 eogulhan bukkeureoun bulkoehan pyeonghwaroun bulpyeonhan inconvenient 불편한 Feelings English pretty cute beautiful quite lovely hateful shy good live dead fresh lively withered hopeful powerful arduous arduous Hangul 예쁜 귀여운 아름다운 조용한 Pronunciation yeppeun gwiyeoun areumdaun joyonghan 사랑스러운 sarangseureoun 미운 수줍은 착한 살아있는 죽은 신선한 싱싱한 시들은 희망찬 힘있는 고된 힘겨운 miun sujubeun chakan saraitneun jugeun sinseonhan singsinghan sideureun himangchan himitneun godoen himgyeoun .

difficult easy 어려운 쉬운 eoryeoun sheun pyeonanhan seotureun eongseonghan wanbyeokan geungjeongjeogin myeonghwakan tturyeotan comfortable 편안한 poor sparse perfect positive clear definite careful close loose loose pleased strong brave healthy weak sick tickling tired sleepy smart stupid clean 서투른 엉성한 완벽한 긍정적인 명확한 뚜렷한 조심스러운 josimseureoun 가까운 헐거운 헐렁한 gakkaun heolgeoun heolleonghan 만족스러운 manjokseureoun 튼튼한 씩씩한 건강한 약한 아픈 간지러운 피곤한 졸린 똑똑한 멍청한 깨끗한 teunteunhan ssikssikan geonganghan yakan apeun ganjireoun pigonhan jollin ttokttokan meongcheonghan kkaekkeuttan .

neat straight dirty messy noisy 깔끔한 반듯한 더러운 지저분한 시끄러운 kkalkkeumhan bandeutan deoreoun jijeobunhan sikkeureoun Colors English Hangul Pronunciation green blue red red yellow white black dark bright dark light 푸른 파란 빨간 붉은 노란 하얀 검은 어두운 밝은 진한 연한 pureun paran ppalgan bulgeun noran hayan geomeun eoduun balgeun jinan yeonhan Tastes English delicious tasteless Hangul Pronunciation 맛있는 맛없는 masitneun madeopneun .

hot puckery sour sweet salty taste flat tasty fatty 매운 떫은 신 단 짠 싱거운 고소한 기름진 maeun tteolbeun sin dan jjan singgeoun gosohan gireumjin gaeunhan jinhan yeonhan refreshing 개운한 thick mild 진한 연한 Measurements English many few abundant enough lacking abundant needy poor Hangul Pronunciation 많은 적은 풍부한 넉넉한 부족한 풍족한 빈곤한 가난한 maneun jeogeun pungbuhan neokneokan bujokan pungjokan bingonhan gananhan jeokdanghan keun jareun appropriate 적당한 big small 큰 작은 .

roomy narrow long short high low fat chubby thick thin thin deep shallow near far 넓은 좁은 긴 짧은 높은 낮은 뚱뚱한 통통한 굵은 가는 날씬한 깊은 얕은 가까운 먼 neolbeun jobeun gin jjalbeun nopeun najeun ttungttunghan tongtonghan gulgeun ganeun nalssinhan gippeun yateun gakkaun meon Textures English smooth soft coarse round round square angled Hangul Pronunciation 미끄러운 mikkeureoun 부드러운 budeureoun 거친 동그란 둥근 네모난 각진 geochin donggeuran dunggeun naemonan gakjin .

sharp sharp tender 뾰족한 ppyojokan 날카로운 nalkaroun 연한 yeonhan puksinhan ttakttakan chokchokan chukchukan gireumjin geonjohan kkeunjeokan cushiony 푹신한 hard damp wet oily dry sticky 딱딱한 촉촉한 축축한 기름진 건조한 끈적한 Speeds English Hangul Pronunciation fast early rapid urgent hurried late slow 빠른 이른 신속한 급한 서두른 늦은 천천히 ppareun ireun sinsokhan geuppan seodureun neujeun cheoncheoni Adverbs Time | Place | Frequency | Degree | Questions | Others .

Place English Hangul Pronunciation here there there 여기 거기 저기 yeogi geogi jeogi Frequency English once twice sometimes occasionally occasionally often Hangul Pronunciation 한번 두번 가끔 때때로 종종 자주 hanbeon dubeon gakkeum ttaettaero jongjong jaju gyesok neul continuously 계속 always 늘 Degree English very well very very much perfectly Hangul Pronunciation 아주 잘 대단히 굉장히 완전히 aju jal daedanhi goaengjanghi wanjeonhi .

simply very very too 단순히 매우 상당히 너무 dansunhi maeu sangdanghi neomu eomcheong deo deol bulgwa mureyo gajang jeil magu jeoldae enormously 엄청 more less only as many as most the first at random absolutely 더 덜 불과 무려 가장 제일 마구 절대로 Questions English when where how who what why Hangul Pronunciation 언제 어디서 어떻게 누가 무엇을 왜 eonje eodiseo eotteoke nuga mueoseul wae myeochina eolmana eoneu how many 몇이나 how much 얼마나 which 어느 .

Others English rightly as expected in the end of course fortunately unfortunatel y to my regret by itself Hangul 바로 과연 급기야 물론 다행히 불행히 유감스럽게 도 저절로 Conjunctions Pronunciation baro gwaeyon geupgiya mulron dahanghi bulhanghi yougamsreopgaed o jeojeolro Conjunctions English and but but but so because Hangul 그리고 그러나 Pronunciation geurigo geureona 그렇지만 geureochiman 하지만 그래서 때문에 hajiman geuraeseo ttaemune ttaeraseo ieoseo amuri in accordance with 따 라서 following however 이어서 아무리 .

Geography NOTES: If you see a lot of garbage on your screen. Country Names | Continents | Oceans Country Names English Korea South Korea North Korea Australia Austria Brazil Canada China (PRC) China (Taiwan) England (United Kingdom) France Germany Hong Kong India Italy Japan Malaysia 한국 남한 북한 호주 오스트리아 브라질 캐나다 중국 대만 영국 프랑스 독일 홍콩 인도 이탈리아 일본 말레이지아 Hangul Pronunciation han-gook nam-han puk-han hoju osu t'ria burajil k'aenada chung-guk daeman yeong-guk p'urangsu tok-il hong k'ong indo it'al-lia ilbon mallae-i jia . you need to set your Web browser to read Korean characters.

Mexico Mongolia Myanmar (Burma) New Zealand The Philippines Singapore Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand United States of America Vietnam 멕시코 몽고 미얀마 뉴질랜드 필리핀 싱가폴 스페인 스웨덴 스위스 태국 미국 베트남 maeksik'o mong-go miyanma nyu jeelaendu p'ileepeen sing-gap'ol sup'ai-in suwei-dain suweisu t'ae-guk mi-guk baet'unam Continents English Asia Europe South America North America Oceania Africa 아시아 유럽 남아메리카 북아메리카 오세아니아 아프리카 Hangul asia yureop namamerika bukamerika oseania apeurika Pronunciation Oceans English Pacific Ocean 태평양 Hangul Pronunciation taepyeongyang .

Korean numbers and Chinese numbers. Use the Chinese forms for dates (but see below). sometimes Chinese characters are used for prices. That W500.000 is represented by "10 ten-thousands" rather than "100 thousands. For example.000 antique chest may actually be W5. phone numbers. Most Asian counting systems are based on increments of 10.000. addresses. If you have any doubt." As can be imagined. 27 years old. Use the Korean forms for the number of items (1-99) and age: 2 children 5 bottle of beer. Numbers (Korean forms are in parentheses) English 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Hangul 일 (하나) 이 (둘) 삼 (셋) 사 (넷) 오 (다섯) 육 (여섯) 칠 (일곱) 팔 (여덟) 구 (아홉) Pronunciation il (hana) ee (tul) sam (set) sa (net) oh (tasot) yuk (yosot) ch'il (ilgop) p'al (yodolp) gu (ahop) .Atlantic Ocean Indian Ocean South Pole North Pole 대서양 인도양 남극 북극 daeseoyang indoyang namgeuk bukgeuk Numbers and Counting Koreans use 2 different sets of cardinal numbers. money. you need to set your Web browser to read Korean characters. and numbers above 100. Although they usually use Arabic numerals. this causes much confusion for everyone when converting numbers between Korean and other languages.000.000 rather than 1. verify large numbers in writing (or on a calculator) and check the number of digits. depending on the situation. the number 100.000! NOTES: If you see a lot of garbage on your screen.

000 10.000 십 (열) ship (yol) 십일 (열하나) ship-il (yol-hana) 십이 (열둘) 십삼 (열셋) 십사 (열넷) ship-ee (yol-tul) ship-sam (yol-set) ship-sa (yol-net) 십오 (열다섯) ship-oh (yol-tasot) 십육 (열여섯) shim-yuk (yol-yosot) 십칠 (열일곱) ship-ch'il (yol-ilgop) 십팔 (열여덟) shi-p'al (yol-yodolp) 십구 (열아홉) ship-gu (yol-ahop) 이십 (스물) 삼십 (서른) 사십 (마흔) 오십 (쉰) 육십 (예순) 칠십 (이른) 팔십 (여든) 구십 (아흔) 백 이백 천 만 십만 백만 ee-ship (sumul) sam-ship (sorun) sa-ship (mahun) oh-ship (shween) yuk-ship (yesun) ch'il-ship (irun) p'al-ship (yodun) gu-ship (ahun) baek ee-baek ch'eon man ship-man baek-man eok 100.000.10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 200 1.000.000 1.000 억 .000 100.

Weekdays English Sunday Monday Tuesday Hangul Pronunciation 일요일 월요일 화요일 ilyo-il wolyo-il hwayo-il suyo-il mogyo-il kumyo-il t'oyo-il Wednesday 수요일 Thursday Friday Saturday 목요일 금요일 토요일 Months English January February March April May June July August September October November December Hangul Pronunciation 일월 이월 삼월 사월 오월 유월 칠월 팔월 구월 시월 십일월 십이월 ilwol eewol samwol sawol ohwol yuwol ch'ilwol p'alwol guwol shiwol shibilwol shibeewol .Use Chinese numbers for all date-related numbers except hours.

Places in Korea Historical Places | Royal Palaces | Temples | Parks | Shopping Areas | Museums Sports Arenas / Areas | Landmarks | Others | Valleys / Islands / Beaches | General Words Historical Places English Seoul Memorial Hall Dongnimmun Seodaemun Prison 국립묘지 독립문 서대문 형무소 gungnimmyoji dongnimmun seodaemun hyeongmuso namsangol jeontong minsok maeul Hangul Pronunciation Namsangol Traditional Folk Village 남산골 전통 민속 마을 Gyeonggi Province / Incheon Site of Goryeo Palace Panmunjeom Haengju Mountain Fortress Korean Folk Village 고려왕궁터 판문점 행주 산성 한국민속촌 South ChungChong Province / Daejeon goryeo wanggungteo panmunjeom haengju sanseong hanguk minsokchon Tomb of King Muryong Yonji (pond) Manharu (pavilion) Ssangsujong (pavilion) Kongju Hyanggyo (local school annexed to the Confucian shrine) 무녕왕릉 연지 만하루 쌍수정 공주향교 muryong wangneung yonji manharu ssangsujong kongju hyanggyo .

Kim Chong-so 김종서 장군 무덤 North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju Seogbinggo (Ice Storage) Cheonmachong Andong Folk Village Hahoe Folk Village 석빙고 천마총 안동 민속촌 하회 민속촌 Gyeongsang Province / Busan seogbinggo cheonmachong andong minsokchon hahoe minsokchon Yungong-dan U.N. Cemetery Deokcheon Seowon Okjeon Tumuli Tomb of King Suro Tomb of Queen Suro Mun Ikjeom (First Cotton Cultivation) 윤공단 UN 묘지 덕천서원 옥전 고분군 김수로왕릉 김수로왕비릉 문익점 yungong-dan UN myoji deokcheon seowon okjeon gobungun gimsuro wangneung gimsuro wangnbireung mun ikjeom South Jeolla Province / Gwangju Nagan Folk Village North Jeolla Province Jiri-san Combat Memorial 지리산 전투 기념관 jirisan jeontu ginyeomgwan 낙안 민속마을 nagan minsok maeul .Chunghyon Sowon (memorial hall for the great scholars and loyal subjects of the past) Hwangsae Bawi (rock) Catholic Martyrdom Site 충현서원 황새바위 카톨릭 순교지 chunghyon sowon hwangsae bawi catholic sungyoji kim chong-so janggun mudeom Tomb of Gen.

Cheong-hi Samseonghyeol Seongeup Folk Village Jeju Folk Village 청풍 문화재 단지 충렬사 중앙탑 김정희 유배지 삼성혈 성읍 민속촌 제주 민속촌 kim cheong-hi yubaeji samseonghyeol seongeup minsokchon jeju minsokchon Royal Palaces English Hangul Seoul Deoksu Palace Unhyeon Palace Gyeongbok Palace 덕수궁 운현궁 경복궁 deoksugung unhyeongung gyeongbokgung changdeokgung (biwon) changgyeonggung gyeonghuigung jongmyo Pronunciation Changdeok Palace (Biwon Garden) 창덕궁 (비원) Changgyeong Palace Gyeonghui Palace Jongmyo Shrine 창경궁 경희궁 종묘 Incheon .North Chunchong Province Deokju Sanseong 덕주산성 deokju sanseong cheongpung munhwajae danji chungnyeol-sa jungang tap Relocation of Cheongpung Cultural Properties Chungnyeol-sa Shrine Jungang Pagoda Jeju Island Residence of Kim.

Yongheung Palace 용흥궁 yongheunggung Temples English Hangul Seoul Jogye-sa Hwagye-sa Bongwon-sa Bongeun-sa 조계사 화계사 봉원사 봉은사 Incheon Jeondeung-sa 전등사 jeondeung-sa jogye-sa hwagye-sa bongwon-sa bongeun-sa Pronunciation South Chungchong Province / Daejeon Hyeonchung-sa Yongun-sa 현충사 용운사 hyeonchung-sa yongun-sa North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju Donghwa-sa Tongilyak-sa Eunjeok-sa Golgul-sa Bunhwang-sa Bulguk-sa Hwangryong-sa Eunmun-sa 동화사 통일약사 은적사 골굴사 분황사 불국사 황룡사 운문사 dnghwa-sa tongilyak-sa eunjeok-sa golgul-sa bunhwang-sa bulguk-sa hwangryong-sa eunmun-sa samjeongul-sa dori-sa Samjeon Grotto Temple 삼전굴사 Dori-sa 도리사 .

Songnim-sa 송림사 songnim-sa Souht Gyeongsang Province / Busan Yonggung-sa Beomeo-sa Daewon-sa Gilsang-am Seognam-sa Ssanggye-sa Naewon-sa Tongdo-sa Haein-sa 용궁사 범어사 대원사 길상암 석남사 쌍계사 내원사 통도사 해인사 yonggung-sa beomeo-sa daewon-sa gilsang-am seognam-sa ssanggye-sa naewon-sa tongdo-sa haein-sa South Jeolla Province / Gwangju Daedun-sa Yeongok-sa Seonam-sa Songgwang-sa Cheoneun-sa Hwaom-sa 대둔사 연곡사 선암사 송광사 천은사 화엄사 North Jeolla Province Silsang-sa 실상사 silsang-sa daedun-sa yeongok-sa seonam-sa songgwang-sa cheoneun-sa hwaom-sa North Chungchong Province Mireuk-sa Beopju-sa 미륵사지 법주사 Gyeonggi Province Naksan-sa Sinheung-sa 낙산사 신흥사 naksan-sa sinheung-sa mireuk-saji beopju-sa .

Jeju Island Yakcheon-sa Cheonwhang-sa 약천사 천황사 yakcheon-sa cheonwhang-sa Parks English Seoul Yeouido Park Olympic Park Dosan Park Yangjae Citizens' Forest Namsan Park Han River Park Paris Park Seonyudo Park Maronie Park Sajik Park Tapgol Park Hongneung Arboretum National Memorial Seoul Grand Park 여의도 공원 올림픽 공원 도산 공원 양재 시민의 숲 남산공원 한강 시민 공원 빠리 공원 선유도 공원 마로니에 공원 사직공원 탑골공원 홍릉수목원 국립 현충원 서울대공원 Gyeonggi Province / Incheon Jayu Park Incheon Grand Park Wolmisan Park 자유공원 인천대공원 월미산공원 jayu gongwon Incheon daegongwon wolmisan gongwon yeouido gongwon ollimpik gongwon dosan gongwon yangjae siminui sup namsan gongwon hangang simin gongwon ppari gongwon seonyudo gongwon maronie gongwon sajik gongwon tapgol gongwon hongneung sumogwon gungnip hyeonchungwon seouldaegongwon Hangul Pronunciation .

Yuldong Park 율동공원 South Chungchong Province / Daejeon yuldong gongwon Gyeryong-san National Park Taean Haean National Park EXPO Park 계룡산 국립공원 태안 해변 국립공원 엑스포 공원 North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju gyeryongsang gungnipgongwon taean haebyeon gungnipgongwon expo gongwon Palgong-san Provincial Park Mangu Park Duryu Park Suseong Resort Ap-san Park Tumuli Park Geumo-san Provincial Park Mungyeong Saejae Provincial Park 팔공산 도립 공원 망우공원 두류공원 수성못 앞산공원 두문리 공원 금오산 도립공원 문경새재 도립공원 Gyeongsang Province / Busan palgong-san dorip gongwon mangu gongwon duryu gongwon suseongmot ap-san gongwon tumuli gongwon geumo-san dorip gongwon mungyeong saejae dorip gongwon Dadaepo Beach Geumgang Park Annam Park Gaya-san National Park Jiri-san National Park (South Gyeongsang area) 다대포 해수욕장 금강공원 암남 공원 가야산 국립 공원 지리산 국립 공원 dadaepo haesuyokjang geumgang gongwon annam gongwon gaya-san gungnipgongwon Jiri-san Gungnipgongwon South Jeolla Province / Gwangju Duryun-san Provincial Park 두륜산 도립공원 North Chunchong Province duryun-san dorip gongwon .

Worak-san National Park Songni-san National Park 월악산 국립공원(충청북도) 속리산 국립 공원 Gangwon Province worak-san gungnipgongwon songni-san gungnipgongwon Odae-san National Park Seorak-san National Park 오대산 국립공원 설악산 국립 공원 Jeju Island odae-san gungnipgongwon seorak-san gungnipgongwon Halla-san National Park Mok Seok Won Sinsan Park Hallim Park Halla Arboretum Bija-rim Forest 한라산 국립 공원 목석원 신산공원 한림공원 한라 수목원 비자림 halla-san gungnipgongwon mok seok won sinsan gongwon hallim gongwon halla sumogwon bija-rim Shopping Areas English Seoul Myeong-dong Shopping Area Yongsan Electronics Market Garak-dong Agricultural Market Gyeong-dong Oriental Medicine Market Wholesale Plant and Flower Market Dongdaemun Market 명동 쇼핑가 용산 전자상가 가락동 농수산물 시장 경동 한약시장 고속버스 터미널 지하 식물/꽃 시장 동대문 시장 myeongdong syopingga yongsan jeonjasangga garakdong nongsusanmul sijang gyeongdong hanyaksijang gosokbeoseu teomineol jiha singmul kkot sijang dongdaemun sijang Hangul Pronunciation .

Central City Yangjae Flower Market Namdaemun Market Noryangjin Fish Market Nonhyeon Furniture Street Janganpyeong Antique Market Insa-dong Shopping Area Itaewon-dong Shopping Area COEX Mall Hwanghak-dong Flea Market Rodeo Street 센트럴 시티 양재 꽃 시장 남대문 시장 노량진 수산 시장 논현동 가구거리 장안평 골동품 상가 인사동 상가 이태원 상가 COEX 상가 황학동 벼룩시장 로데오거리 Gyeonggi Province / Incheon central city yangjae kkot sijang namdaemun sijang noryangjin susan sijang nonhyeon-dong gagugeori janganpyeong goldongpumsangga insa-dong sangga itaewon sangga coex sangga hwanghak-dong byeoruksijang rodeo geori Ganghwa Market Hwapyeong-dong Naengmyeon Street Moran Market Sorae Market Icheon Pottery Village 강화 시장 화평동 냉면거리 모란 시장 소래 시장 이천 도자기촌 South Chungchong Province / Daejeon ganghwa sijang hwapyeong-dong naengmyeongeori moran sijang sorae sijang icheon dojagichon Geumsan Market Yuseong Market 금산 시장 유성 시장 North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju geumsan sijang yuseong sijang Seomun Market Yakjeon Herbal Medicine Market 서문 시장 약전 한약 시장 seomun sijang yakjeon hanyak sijang jungang/daeshin jiha Jungang and Daeshin Underground Arcades 중앙동/대신동 지하 아케이드 .

arcade Gyeongju Folk's Hand Craft Village Andong Market 경주 민속 수공예 마을 안동 시장 Gyeongsang Province / Busan Texas Street Gwangbok-dong & Nampo-dong Gukje Market Jagalchi Fish Market Busanjin Market 외국인 상가 광복동 / 남포동 국제 시장 자갈치 어시장 부산 진 시장 South Jeolla Province / Gwangju Damyang Bamboo Market Gurye Market 담양 죽제품 시장 구례 시장 North Jeolla Province Namwon Market Iri Jewelry Center 남원 시장 이리 보석 센터 Jeju Island Jeju Folk Arts Complex 제주 민속 박물관 jeju minsok bangmulgwan namwon sijang iri boseok center damyang jukjepum sijang gurye sijang oegugin sangga gwangbok-dong / nampo-dong gukje sijang jagalchi eosijang busanjin sijang gyeongju minsok sugongye maeul andong sijang Museums English Seoul National Folk Museum Kimchi Museum 국립 민속 박물관 김치박물관 gungnip minsok bangmulgwan kimchi bangmulgwan Hangul Pronunciation .

Seoul Historical Museum Seoul Railway Museum Agricultural Museum War Museum 서울 역사 박물관 서울 철도박물관 농업 박물관 전쟁기념관 Gyeonggi Province seoul yeoksa bangmulgwan seoul cheoldo bangmulgwan nongeop bangmulgwan jeonjaeng ginyeomgwan Moga Buddhist Museum Odusan Observatory Haegang Pottery Museum 여주 모가 불교 박물관 오두산 전망대 해강 도자 미술관 South Chungchong Province / Daejeon yeoju moga bulgyo bangmulgwan odusan jeonmangdae haegang doja misulgwan Independence Memorial Hall 독립 기념관 dongnipginyeomgwan North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju Nakdong River Battle Museum Gyeongju National Museum Silla History and Science Museum Andong Folk Museum Hahoe Mask Museum 낙동강 전투 기념관 경주 국립 박물관 신라 역사 과학관 안동 민속 박물관 하회 탈 박물관 Gyeongsang Province / Busan Busan Cultural Center and Municipal Museum 부산문화회관/시립박물관 Woojangchun Museum Bokcheon-dong Museum Gimhae Natural Museum Naval Academy Museum 우장춘 박물관 복천동 박물관 김해박물관 해군사관학교 Jeju Island busan munhwa hoegwan/sirip bangmulgwan woojangchun bangmulgwan bokcheon-dong bangmulgwan gimhae bangmulgwan haegun sagwanhakgyo nakdong-gang jeontu ginyeomgwan gyeongju gungnip bangmulgwan silla yeoksa gwahakgwan andong minsok bangmulgwan hahoe tal bangmulgwan .

Folklore and Natural History Museum Jeju Education Museum Jeju Independence Museum 민속 자연사 박물관 제주 교육 박물관 제주 독립기념관 minsok jayeonsa bangmulgwan jeju gyoyuk bangmulgwan jeju dongnipginyeomgwan Sports Arenas / Areas English Hangul Seoul Seoul World Cup Stadium Dongdaemun Stadium National Sport Institute Mok-dong Ice Rink Olympic Stadium Jamsil Baseball Stadium Jamsil Sports Complex Jamsil Gymnasium Jangchung Gymnasium Hyochang Stadium 서울 월드컵 경기장 동대문 운동장 국기원 목동아이스링크 올림픽 주 경기장 잠실야구장 잠실종합운동장 잠실체육관 장충체육관 효창운동장 Gyeonggi Province / Incheon Incheon Munhak Stadium Suwon World Cup Stadium Seoul Ski Resort Yangji Ski Resort Cheonmasan Ski Resort Jisan Ski Resort Bears Town Ski Resort 인천 문학 경기장 수원 월드컵 경기장 서울 스키장 양지 스키장 천마산 스키장 지산 스키장 베어스 타운 스키장 incheon munhak gyeonggijang suwon world cup gyeonggijang seoul skijang yangji skijang cheonmasan skijang jisan skijang bears town skijang seoul world cup gyeonggijang dongdaemun undongjang kukkiwon mok-dong aiseuringkeu ollimpik ju gyeonggijang jamsil yagujang jamsil jonghap undongjang jamsil cheyukgwan jangchung cheyukgwan hyochang undongjang Pronunciation .

South Chungchong Province / Daejeon Daejeon World Cup Stadium 대전 월드컵 경기장 daejeon world cup gyeonggijang North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju Daegu Sports Complex Stadium 대구 종합 경기장 Gyeongsang Province / Busan Busan Sports Complex Main Stadium Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium 부산 종합운동장 주경기장 울산 문수 축구 경기장 South Jeolla Province / Gwangju Gwangju World Cup Stadium 광주 월드컵 경기장 North Jeolla Province Jeonju World Cup Stadium Muju Ski Resort 전주 월드컵 경기장 무주 스키장 Gangwon Province Daemyeong Vivaldi Ski Resort Yongpyeong Ski Resort Seongwoo Resort Alps Ski Resort Phoenix Park 대명 홍천 스키 리조트 용평 스키 리조트 성우 리조트 알프스 스키 리조트 훼닉스 파크 Jeju Island Jeju World Cup Stadium 제주 월드컵 경기장 jeju world cup gyeonggijang daemyeong vivaldi ski resort yongpyeong ski resort seongwoo resort alps ski resort phoenix park jeonju world cup gyeonggijang muju skijang gwangju world cup gyeonggijang busan jonghap undongjang jugyeonggijang ulsan munsu chukgu gyeonggijang daegu jonghap gyeonggijang Landmarks English Hangul Seoul Myeongdong Cathedral 명동 대성당 myeongdong daeseongdang Pronunciation .

Yeouido Dongdaemun Seoul Tower Namdaemun (Great South Gate) Korea Life Insurance (KLI) 63 Building Cheonggwonsa Shrine Gimpo Airport Seoul Station Korea World Trade Center Gyeongbok Palace 여의도 동대문 서울 타워 남대문 63 빌딩 청권사 무덤 김포공항 서울역 한국종합무역센터 경복궁 Gyeonggi Province / Incheon yeouido dongdaemun seoul tower namdaemun yuk-sam Building cheonggwonsa mudeom gimpo gonghang seoulyeok hanguk jonghap muyeok center gyeongbokgung Incheon International Airport Yeongjong Island China Town Suwon Mountain FOrtress Bukhan Mountain Fortress 인천국제공항 영종도 차이나타운 수원화성 북한산성 incheon gukje gonghang yeongjongdo china town suwon hwaseong bukhan sanseong North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju Daegu Culture and Art Hall Gatbawi Peak Gyerim Woods Tumuli Park Anapji Pond Cheomseongdae Observatory Hwangryong-sa Bomun Resort Andong Dam 대구 문화 예술 회관 갓바위 계림 두문리 공원 안압지 첨성대 황룡사 보문단지 안동 댐 daegu munhwa yesul hoegwan gatbawi gyerim tumuli gongwon anapji cheomseongdae hwangryong-sa bomundanji andong dam .

Jangseong Park Uiseong Dinosaur Tracks POSCO Steel Works Jinnam Gyoban Homigot Lighthouse 장성 공원 의성 공룡 흔적 포항제철 진남교반 호미곶 등대 Gyeongsang Province / Busan jangseong gongwon uiseong gongnyong heunjeok pohang jecheol jinnam gyoban homigot deungdae Busan Station Seomyeon Dalmaji Hill Yongdu-san Park Dongbaek Island Songdo Beach Taejongdae Samseong-gung Eoleum-gol Ice Valley Namhae Bridge Cheonghak-dong Chokseok-nu Pavilion Jasujeong Cave Bulil Falls 부산역 서면 달맞이 언덕 용두산 공원 동백섬 송도 해수욕장 태종대 삼성궁 얼음골 아이스 밸리 남해대교 청학동 촉석루 자수정 동굴 불일폭포 North Jeolla Province busanyeok seomyeon dalmaji eondeok yongdu-san gongwon dongbaekseom songdo haesuyokjang taejongdae samseong-gung eoleum-gol ice valley namhae daegyo cheonghak-dong chokseok-nu jasujeong donggul bulil pokpo Gwanghallu Dongpyeongjae Street 광한루 동편제 거리 North Chungchong Province gwanghallu dongpyeongjae geori Oksun-bong Gudam-bong 옥선봉 구담봉 oksun-bong gudam-bong .

Geumsu-san Sain-am Rock Sangseon-am Gosu Cave Dodam Sambong Seokmun Songgye Valley Cheondong Cave Chungju Lake Tangeum-dae Jungseon-am Haseon-am 금수산 사인암 상선암 고수동굴 도담삼봉 석문 송계 계곡 천동굴 충주호 탄금대 중선암 하선암 Gangwon Province geumsu-san sain-am rock sangseon-am gosu dongul dodam sambong Seokmun songgye gyegok cheondonggul chungju-ho tangeum-dae jungseon-am haseon-am Hwanseon Cave 환선굴 Jeju Island hwanseongul Daepo Seashore Dragon Head Rock Gimnyeong-gul and Manjang-gul (Caves) 대포 해변 용두암 김녕굴/만장굴 daepo haebyeon yongdu-am gimnyeong-gul/manjang-gul geumneung seokbul-won sarabong sangumburi sanbang-san dumunpo suwol-bong seongsan ilchubong SONGAK-SAN Geumneung Seokbul-won (Stone Garden) 금녕 석불원 Sarabong Peak Sangumburi Crater Sanbang-san Mountain Dumunpo Seashore Suwol-bong Peak Seongsan Ilchubong (Sunrise Peak) Songak-san Peak 사라봉 산굼부리 산방산 두문포 수월봉 성산 일출봉 송악산 .

Jeju Culture and Art Center Jeongbang Waterfall Cheonjaeyeon Waterfall Cheonjiyeon Waterfall Hangpadu-ri Fortress 제주 문화 예술 센터 정방 폭포 천제연 폭포 천지연 폭포 항파두리 jeju munhwa yesul center jeongbang pokpo cheonjaeyeon pokpo cheonjiyeon pokpo hangpadu-ri Others English Seoul Little Angels Performing Arts Center National Theater of Korea Seoul Arts Center Cheongdong Theater Korea House Han River Boat Cruise COEX Center Lotte World Ever Land Seoul Land Dream Land 리틀엔젤스 예술회관 국립극장 서울 아트센터 정동극장 한국의 집 한강 유람선 COEX 센터 롯데월드 에버랜드 서울랜드 드림랜드 Incheon Songdo Park 송도유원지 South Chungchong Province / Daejeon Asan Hot Springs 아산온천 North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju asan oncheon songdo yuwonji little angels yesulhoegwan gungnip geukjang seoul arts center cheongdong geukjang hangugui jip hangang yuramseon coex center lotte world ever land seoul land dream land Hangul Pronunciation .

Woobang Tower Land Eastern Historic Zone 'Taejo Wanggeon' Movie Set 우방타워랜드 동부 역사 유적지 "태조 왕건"촬영장 Gyeongsang Province / Busan woobang tower land dongbu yeoksa yujeokji 'taejo wanggeon' chwaryeongjang Tezroc Boat Tours Busan Aquarium Busan Cultural Center and Municipal Museum Tongdo Fantasia 테즈락 관광 유람선 부산아쿠아리움 부산문화회관/시립박물관 통도 환타지아 North Jeolla Province tezroc gwangwang yuramseon busan aquarium busan munhwa hoegwan/sirip bangmulgwan tongdo fantasia Namwon Tourist Complex 남원 관광단지 North Chungchong Province namwon gwangwangdanji Danyang Hot Springs Chungju Ferry Danyang City Chungju City 단양 온천 충주페리 단양시 충주시 Gangwon Province danyang oncheon chungju ferry danyang-si chungju-si Sokcho City 속초시 Jeju Island sokcho-si Jeju Port Yomiji Arboretum Tap-dong Jungmun Resort Complex Coastal Highway Bunjae Yaesulwon 제주항 여미지 수목원 탑동 중문 관광 단지 해안도로 분재 예술원 jeju hang yomiji sumogwon tap-dong jungmun gwangwangdanji haeandoro bunjae yaesulwon .

Valleys / Islands / Beaches English Hangul Seoul Songchu Valley 송추계곡 Incheon Yeongjong Island Ganghwa Island Wolmi Island Seongmo Island 영종도 강화도 월미도 석모도 yeongjongdo ganghwado wolmido seongmodo songchu gyegok Pronunciation Gyeongsang Province / Busan Gwangalli Beach Songjeong Beach Haeundae Beach 광안리 해수욕장 송정 해수욕장 해운대 해수욕장 gwangalli haesuyokjang songjeong haesuyokjang haeundae haesuyokjang South Jeolla Province / Gwangju Wando Port 완도 Jeju Island Hamdeok Beach Hyeopjae Beach 함덕 해수욕장 협재 해수욕장 hamdeok haesuyokjang hyeopjae haesuyokjang wando General Words English mountain sea beach 산 바다 해변 Hangul san bada haebyeon Pronunciation .

field river lake valley temple temple temple station subway station train station bus station airport beach hill tower aquarium arboretum park zoo fall cave bridge large bridge palace rock 들 강 호수 계곡 사찰 사원 절 역 지하철역 기차역 버스정류소 공항 해수욕장 언덕 탑 수족관 수목원 공원 동물원 폭포 동굴 다리 대교 궁 바위 deul gang hosu gyegok sachal sawon jeol yeok jihacheoryeok gichayeok beoseujeongnyuso gonghang haesuyokjang eondeok top sujokgwan sumogwon gongwon dongmurwon pokpo donggul dari daegyo gung bawi .

rock gate 암 문 am mun Seoul English Myeong-dong Shopping Area Yongsan Electronics Market 명동 쇼핑가 용산 전자상가 Hangul Pronunciation myeongdong syopingga yongsan jeonjasangga garakdong nongsusanmul sijang gyeongdong hanyaksijang gosokbeoseu teomineol jiha singmul kkot sijang dongdaemun sijang central city yangjae kkot sijang namdaemun sijang noryangjin susan sijang nonhyeon-dong gagugeori janganpyeong goldongpumsangga insa-dong sangga itaewon sangga coex sangga Garak-dong Agricultural Market 가락동 농수산물 시장 Gyeong-dong Oriental Medicine Market 경동 한약시장 Wholesale Plant and Flower Market 고속버스 터미널 지하 식물/꽃 시장 동대문 시장 센트럴 시티 양재 꽃 시장 남대문 시장 노량진 수산 시장 논현동 가구거리 장안평 골동품 상가 인사동 상가 이태원 상가 COEX 상가 Dongdaemun Market Central City Yangjae Flower Market Namdaemun Market Noryangjin Fish Market Nonhyeon Furniture Street Janganpyeong Antique Market Insa-dong Shopping Area Itaewon-dong Shopping Area COEX Mall .

Hwanghak-dong Flea Market Rodeo Street 황학동 벼룩시장 로데오거리 hwanghak-dong byeoruksijang rodeo geori Gyeonggi Province / Incheon English Ganghwa Market Hwapyeong-dong Naengmyeon Street Moran Market Sorae Market Icheon Pottery Village Hangul 강화 시장 Pronunciation ganghwa sijang 화평동 냉면거리 hwapyeong-dong naengmyeongeori 모란 시장 소래 시장 이천 도자기촌 moran sijang sorae sijang icheon dojagichon South Chungchong Province / Daejeon English Geumsan Market Jungang Market Yuseong Market Hangul 금산 시장 중앙 시장 유성 시장 Pronunciation geumsan sijang jungang sijang yuseong sijang North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju English Seomun Market Yakjeon Herbal Medicine Market 서문 시장 약전 한약 시장 Hangul Pronunciation seomun sijang yakjeon hanyak sijang jungang/daeshin jiha arcade Jungang and Daeshin Underground Arcades 중앙동/대신동 지하 아케이드 .

Gyeongju Folk's Hand Craft Village Andong Market 경주 민속 수공예 마을 안동 시장 gyeongju minsok sugongye maeul andong sijang Gyeongsang Province / Busan English Texas Street Hangul 외국인 상가 Pronunciation oegugin sangga gwangbok-dong / nampo-dong gukje sijang jagalchi eosijang busanjin sijang Gwangbok-dong & Nampo-dong 광복동 / 남포동 Gukje Market Jagalchi Fish Market Busanjin Market 국제 시장 자갈치 어시장 부산 진 시장 South Jeolla Province / Gwangju English Hangul Pronunciation Damyang Bamboo Market 담양 죽제품 시장 damyang jukjepum sijang Gurye Market 구례 시장 gurye sijang North Jeolla Province English Namwon Market Hangul 남원 시장 Pronunciation namwon sijang Iri Jewelry Center 이리 보석 센터 iri boseok center Jeju Island English Hangul Pronunciation .

Jeju Folk Arts Complex 제주 민속 박물관 jeju minsok bangmulgwan Seoul English Myeong-dong Shopping Area Yongsan Electronics Market Garak-dong Agricultural Market Gyeong-dong Oriental Medicine Market Wholesale Plant and Flower Market Dongdaemun Market Central City Yangjae Flower Market Namdaemun Market Noryangjin Fish Market Nonhyeon Furniture Street Janganpyeong Antique Market Insa-dong Shopping Area Itaewon-dong Shopping Area COEX Mall Hwanghak-dong Flea Market Rodeo Street Hangul 명동 쇼핑가 용산 전자상가 가락동 농수산물 시장 경동 한약시장 고속버스 터미널 지하 식물/꽃 시장 동대문 시장 센트럴 시티 양재 꽃 시장 남대문 시장 노량진 수산 시장 논현동 가구거리 장안평 골동품 상가 인사동 상가 이태원 상가 COEX 상가 황학동 벼룩시장 로데오거리 Pronunciation myeongdong syopingga yongsan jeonjasangga garakdong nongsusanmul sijang gyeongdong hanyaksijang gosokbeoseu teomineol jiha singmul kkot sijang dongdaemun sijang central city yangjae kkot sijang namdaemun sijang noryangjin susan sijang nonhyeon-dong gagugeori janganpyeong goldongpumsangga insa-dong sangga itaewon sangga coex sangga hwanghak-dong byeoruksijang rodeo geori Gyeonggi Province / Incheon English Hangul Pronunciation .

Ganghwa Market Hwapyeong-dong Naengmyeon Street Moran Market Sorae Market Icheon Pottery Village 강화 시장 ganghwa sijang 화평동 냉면거리 hwapyeong-dong naengmyeongeori 모란 시장 소래 시장 이천 도자기촌 moran sijang sorae sijang icheon dojagichon South Chungchong Province / Daejeon English Geumsan Market Jungang Market Yuseong Market Hangul 금산 시장 중앙 시장 유성 시장 Pronunciation geumsan sijang jungang sijang yuseong sijang North Gyeongsang Province / Daegu / Gyeongju English Seomun Market Yakjeon Herbal Medicine Market 서문 시장 약전 한약 시장 Hangul Pronunciation seomun sijang yakjeon hanyak sijang jungang/daeshin jiha arcade gyeongju minsok sugongye maeul andong sijang Jungang and Daeshin Underground Arcades 중앙동/대신동 지하 아케이드 Gyeongju Folk's Hand Craft Village Andong Market 경주 민속 수공예 마을 안동 시장 Gyeongsang Province / Busan English Hangul Pronunciation .

Texas Street 외국인 상가 oegugin sangga gwangbok-dong / nampo-dong gukje sijang jagalchi eosijang busanjin sijang Gwangbok-dong & Nampo-dong 광복동 / 남포동 Gukje Market Jagalchi Fish Market Busanjin Market 국제 시장 자갈치 어시장 부산 진 시장 South Jeolla Province / Gwangju English Hangul Pronunciation Damyang Bamboo Market 담양 죽제품 시장 damyang jukjepum sijang Gurye Market 구례 시장 gurye sijang North Jeolla Province English Namwon Market Hangul 남원 시장 Pronunciation namwon sijang Iri Jewelry Center 이리 보석 센터 iri boseok center Jeju Island English Hangul Pronunciation Jeju Folk Arts Complex 제주 민속 박물관 jeju minsok bangmulgwan .

therefore we strongly encourage you to study the Korean.Korean Pronunciation Pronunciation of Korean can be tricky. Cho-nun soh-ul-eh-soh salgo issumneeda. Che eerum-un Charles imneeda. drill. Where do you work? 어디에서 일하십니까? Oh-dee-eh-soh il-ha-shimni-gha? (We're) eating now. We've provided this page as an aid to understanding the sounds. . Hangook-mal-ul kongbu-hamneeda. 저분은 영어를 잘 합니다. My name is Charles. 저는 서울에서 살고 있습니다. 제 이름은 Charles 입니다. Go to the Appearance page to get started. I like exercising. I'm studying Korean. Oondong-ul cho-ah-haeyo. 운동을 좋아해요. drill. Note: you may notice that the sound of some letters change when next to each other. Most people can memorize the sounds of Korean letters in a matter of days. simply click the speaker next to the Korean sentence. I live in Seoul. Cho-boon-un yongo-rul chal hamneeda. I'm American. Simply make some flash cards and drill. To hear a native speaker voice these sentences. Che-ga meegookin imneeda. He speaks English well. The grammar lessons do not contain "Romanized" Korean (Hangul written out in English phoenetics) like this. 한국말을 공부합니다. 제가 미국인입니다. but reading it is easier. like ㅂ and ㄴ together make a "mn" sound instead of the expected "bn" sound. or: Hangoong-mal-ul kongbu-hamneeda.

This is delicious. Piga ol goht katahyo. Hangul-ul ilgul soo issoyo. 김 미경은 학생입니다. 맛있어요.지금 식사하는 중입니다. Chi-gum shiksa-hanun joong-imneeda. Mashee-eessoyo. I can read Korean. 한글을 읽을 수 있어요. It looks like rain. . Kim mee kyong-un hak-saeng imneeda. Kim Mi Kyong is a student. 비가 올 것 같아요.