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Today in KWotD, continuing with weather related words, we will learn how to say 'umbrella' in the Korean language. For this, we use the word usan (in hangul: 우산).

car in korean

In today's Korean word of the day, we will learn how to say 'car' in Korean. For this, you use the word 'cha' (in Hangul: 차).

How to say candy in Korean! This is probably the most important word in Korean I live ever learn.

In today's word of the day lesson we will take a look at how to say candy in Korean. For this we use the word "satang" (in hangul: 사탕). But what if we want to mention the flavor of the candy as well?

To say 'head' in the Korean language, we use the word meo-ri (in Hangul: 머리).

In this KWotD we will learn how to say 'head' in Korean. This is another very important and frequently used word and for this we use: meo-ri(in Hangul: 머리).

In today's KWotD, we will learn how to say 'music' in Korean. For this we use the word eumak (in Hangul: 음악). As a beginner, the most important verb to know if you want to use this in a sentence is deureoyo (들어요) which means "listen."

In today's KWotD, we will learn how to say 'music' in Korean. For this we use the word eumak (in Hangul: 음악). As a beginner, the most important verb to know if you want to use this in a sentence is deureoyo (들어요) which means "listen.

Educational infographic & data visualisation Learn Korean onomatopoeias with this fun infographic! Infographic Description Korean Onomatopoeia - words that

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Countries in Korean - Part 1. [저는 미국인이다 ! (jeoneun migug-inida) I'm American! :D ^@@^]

Yasss finally I know how to Philippines in Korean. I know, I'm Filipino and I'm learning Korean.

Word of the day Archives - Kimchi Cloud

To say Sun in Korean, you say "hae" (in Hangul:해 ) but to fully understand the word, you need to take a look at the examples and how it's used in context.

How to say 'Japan' in the Korean language!

In today's word of the day, we will take a look at how to say Japan in Korean. For this, we use the word "il-bon" (in Hangul: 일본). You can also combine this word with other words to make new words.

When messaging with a Korean person you will find that they use a wide variety of emoticons that are completely unfamiliar with those from the West! Here is a guide to Korean emoticons and when or how to use them. Remember that some meanings may differ depending on context and interpretation, but generally the meanings will always be around the following!

Korean emoticons: This is surprisingly necessary to understand my students' drawings.

막내 (maknae) = the youngest person in a family or group.

Meaning of "maknae" (막내) : The term refers to the youngest person in a family or group. For example, the youngest sibling would be the maknae in a family.

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