Korean words/phrases

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In this lesson, we will take a look at how to say "good night" in Korean. The most common way is to say jaljayo (in Hangul: 잘자요). Just like any language, the Korean language has numerous words and phrases for saying farewell to someone. Korean Slang, Korean Phrases, Korean Quotes, Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Learn A New Language, South Korean Language, Learn Basic Korean, How To Speak Korean

잘자요 - How To Say Good Night in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

In this lesson, we will take a look at how to say "good night" in Korean. The most common way is to say jaljayo (in Hangul: 잘자요). Just like any language, the Korean language has numerous words and phrases for saying farewell to someone.

Understand your favorite K-POP songs better with these commonly used Korean words and phrases! I'm learning Korean and I understood all of these without kpop but kpop is amazing! Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Spanish Language, Learning Spanish, Italian Language, Japanese Language, French Language, Learning Italian, German Language

Common K-POP Words and Phrases - Kimchi Cloud

If you're looking to understand at least part of what they are singing about in your favorite kpop songs, just knowing a few words and phrases can go a surprisingly long way. Here's a list of some of the most frequent ones. Pick any kpop song and you are almost guaranteed to find at least a few of these!

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괜찮아요 - How To Say Okay in Korean - Kimchi Cloud Learn To Speak Korean, Learn Basic Korean, Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Korean Phrases, Korean Quotes, Okay In Korean, Learn Korean Alphabet, Korean Letters

괜찮아요 - How To Say Okay in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

In this lesson, we will learn how to say "okay" in Korean. There are a few ways to do this depending on the situation and the person you're talking to.

To say really in Korean, you say "jinjja" (in Hangul:진짜 ) or jeongmal (정말), but to fully understand these words, you need to take a look at the examples and how they are used in context. Learn Basic Korean, How To Speak Korean, Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Korean Phrases, Korean Quotes, Learn Korean Alphabet, Korean Kimchi, Learn Hangul

진짜 / 정말 - How to Say Really in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

To say really in Korean, you say "jinjja" (in Hangul:진짜 ) or jeongmal (정말), but to fully understand these words, you need to take a look at the examples and how they are used in context.

In this lesson we will introduce the words for the days of the week in Korean. These words have their roots in the Chinese language and the elements of nature. Learn Basic Korean Language, Learn Korean Alphabet, Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, How To Speak Korean, Learn A New Language, Japanese Language, Spanish Language, Italian Language

맛있어요 - How to Say "Delicious" in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

To say "delicious" in Korean, you say "mashisoyo" (in Hangul: 맛있어요), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it's used in context.

To say "I like you" in Korean, you say "na neo joahae" (in Hangul: 나 너 좋아해), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it is used in context. Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Language Lessons, Korean Phrases, Korean Quotes, Learn Korean Alphabet, Korean Kimchi, Korean English, Learn Hangul

나 너 좋아해 - How to Say "I Like you" in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

To say "I like you" in Korean, you say "na neo joahae" (in Hangul: 나 너 좋아해), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it is used in context.

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건배 - How To Say Cheers in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

In this lesson we will learn how to say "Cheers" in Korean. For this you use the word "geon-bae"(in Hangul: 건배) but there are some variations to this that you should be aware of.

귀여워요 - How to Say Cute in Korean - Kimchi Cloud Easy Korean Words, Cute In Korean, Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Korean Slang, Korean Phrases, Korean Quotes, Learn Basic Korean, How To Speak Korean

귀여워요 - How to Say Cute in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

To say "Cute" in Korean, you say "gwiyeowoyo" (in Hangul: 귀여워요), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it is used in context.

The Most Common Way of Saying "Hi" or "Hello" in the Korean Language is 안녕하세요 (annyeong-haseyo). In an informal situation however, you want to use 안녕 (an-nyeong) and in a formal situation you would use 안녕하십니까? Learn To Speak Korean, Learn Basic Korean, Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Hello In Languages, How To Say Hello, Korean Kimchi, Learning Languages Tips, Korean Phrases

안녕하세요 - How To Say Hello in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

The Most Common Way of Saying "Hi" or "Hello" in Korean is 안녕하세요 (annyeong-haseyo). In an informal situation however, you want to use 안녕 (an-nyeong) and in a formal situation you would use 안녕하십니까? (annyeong-hashimnikka).