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Numbers (Korean Origin)
Numbers (Chinese Origin)
Basic Words & Sayings
Question Words
Adjectives
Verbs
Days & Months
   New Sections
Vocabulary
Body Parts
Colors
Fruit
Places
Vegetables
Pronunciation Practice
Consonants & Vowels

There are two systems of numbers commonly used in Korean.  The number system of Chinese origin is generally used when discussing money, time,and floors of a building. The Korean system is used otherwise.
Numbers (Korean Origin)
0
zero
 yeong
¿µ
8
eight
 yeodeol
¿©´ü
40
forty
maheun 
¸¶Èç
1
one
 hana
Çϳª
9
nine
 ahop
¾ÆÈ©
50
fifty
 swin
½®
2
two
 tul
µÑ
10
ten
yeol
¿­
60
sixty
 yesun
¿¹¼ø
3
three
 set
¼Â
11
eleven
 yeol-hana
¿­Çϳª
70
seventy
 irheun
ÀÏÈç
4
four
 net
³Ý
12
twelve
 yeoltul
¿­µÑ
80
eighty
 yeodeun
¿©µç
5
five
 taseot
´Ù¼¸
13
thirteen
 yeol-set
¿­¼Â
90
ninety
 aheun
¾ÆÈç
6
six
 yeoseot
¿©¼¸
20
twenty
 seumul
½º¹°    
 
7
seven
 ilgop
ÀÏ°ö
30
thirty
 seoreun
¼­¸¥    
 
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Numbers 
0
zero
 yeong
¿µ
8
eight
 p'al
ÆÈ
100
one hundred
baek 
¹é
1
one
 il
ÀÏ
9
nine
 ku
±¸
123
one hundred twenty three
 baek 
iship sam
¹éÀ̽ʻï
2
two
 ee
ÀÌ
10
ten
 ship
½Ê
200
two hundred
 ibaek
À̹é
3
three
 sam
ȕ
11
eleven
 shibil
½ÊÀÏ
300
three hundred
 sambaek
»ï¹é
4
four
 sa
ȍ
12
twelve
 shibi
½ÊÀÌ
1000
one thousand
 ch'eon
õ
5
five
 o
¿À
13
thirteen
 shibsam
½Ê»ï
10,000
ten thousand
 man
¸¸
6
six
 yuk
À°
20
twenty
 iship
À̽Ê
1,000,000
one million
ilbaekman 
ÀϹ鸸
7
seven
 ch'il
Ä¥
30
thirty
 samship
»ï½Ê
10,000,000
ten million
 ch'eonman
õ¸¸
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Basic Words & Sayings
Hello
 anyong haseyo
¾È³çÇϼ¼¿ä 
Good-bye
 anyonghi kaseyo
 ¾È³çÈ÷°¡¼¼¿ä
Thank You
 gamsa hamnida
 °¨»çÇÕ´Ï´Ù
You're Welcome
 Chonmanayo
 Ãµ¸¸¿¡¿ä
Excuse Me
 Shilae hamnida
 ½Ç·ÊÇÕ´Ï´Ù
I'm Sorry
 mee-an hamnida
 ¹Ì¾ÈÇÕ´Ï´Ù
Yes
 ne, ye
 ³×, ¿¹
No
 aniyo
 ¾Æ´Ï¿À
Good luck
 hanguneul bimnida
 Çà¿îÀ» º÷´Ï´Ù
Nice to meet you
 manaseo bangapsimnida
 ¸¸³ª¼­ ¹Ý°©½À´Ï´Ù
Oh my gosh!
Ah-ee-go! 
 ¾ÆÀ̱¸
Come in
 teureo oseyo
 µé¾î¿À¼¼¿ä
See you later
 najung-e tto babshida
 ³ªÁß¿¡ ¶Ç º¾½Ã´Ù
No problem
 munjae  obseoyo
 ¹®Á¦ ¾ø¾î¿ä
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Question Words
 What
Mueot
¹½ 
 Who
 nugoo
 ´©±¸
 Where
 eodi
 ¾îµð
 When
 eonje
 ¾ðÁ¦
 Why
 wae
 ¿Ö
 How
 eotteo-k'e
 ¾î¶»°Ô
 How much
 eolmana manee
 ¾ó¸¶³ª ¸¹ÀÌ
 How long
 eolmana-kin
 ¾ó¸¶³ª ±ä
 How many
 eolmana - manee
 ¾ó¸¶³ª ¸¹ÀÌ
 How often
eolmana - chaju
 ¾ó¸¶³ª ÀÚÁÖ
 Do you have....?
..... isseoyo?
.....ÀÖ¾î¿ä?
 Do you like....?
 .....cho-a-hayo?
 .....ÁÁ¾ÆÇØ¿ä?
 Do you want...?
 .... hago sipayo?
..... ÇÏ°í ½Í¾î¿ä?
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Intro Questions 
How are you?
 Eotteo-seyo
 ¾î¶°¼¼¿ä?
Fine, thanks.
 Cho-a-yo
 ÁÁ¾Æ¿ä
What is your name?
 Eerumee mueosimnikka?
 À̸§ÀÌ ¹«¾ùÀԴϱî?
My name is Fred.
 Che eerumun Fred imnida.
 Á¦ À̸§Àº ÇÁ·¹µå ÀÔ´Ï´Ù
How old are you?
 Mueotsal issimnikka?
 ¸î»ìÀ̽ʴϱî?
I'm 25 years old.
 Nanun smueltaseot sal imnida.
 ³ª´Â ½º¹°´Ù¼¸»ì ÀÔ´Ï´Ù
Where are you from?
 eodiseo waseoyo?
¾îµð¼­ ¿Ô¾î¿ä? 
I am from Australia.
 Nanun Australia-eseo wasimnida.
³ª´Â ¿À½ºÆ®·¹Àϸ®¾Æ¿¡¼­ ¿Ô½À´Ï´Ù 
How long have you been in Korea?
 Almana oree hangukeh keseotsumnikka?
 ¾ó¸¶³ª ¿À·¡ Çѱ¹¿¡ °è¼Ì½À´Ï±î?
I've been in Korea 3 months.
 Nanun hangukeseo sam ge wol isseotsumnida
 ³ª´Â Çѱ¹¿¡¼­ »ï°³¿ù ÀÖ¾ú½À´Ï´Ù
 What is your job?
 Jikupee mueotsimnikka?
 Á÷¾÷ÀÌ ¹«¾ùÀԴϱî?
 I am an English teacher.
Nanun yungeo sonsangnim imnida. 
 ³ª´Â ¿µ¾î ¼±»ý´Ô ÀÔ´Ï´Ù
 Where do you live?
 Eodi-eh sasimnikka?
¾îµð¿¡ »ç½Ê´Ï±î? 
 I live in Pusan.
 Nanun Pusan-eh samnida.
 ³ª´Â ºÎ»ê¿¡ »ð´Ï´Ù
 Are you married?
 Gyeolhon haseotseoyo?
 °áÈ¥ Çϼ̾î¿ä?
 No, I'm single.
 Aneeyo, gyeolhon anhetsimnida.
 ¾Æ´Ï¿À, °áÈ¥ ¾ÈÇß½À´Ï´Ù
 Do you like Korea?
 Hangukeul cho-a-hayo?
 Çѱ¹À» ÁÁ¾ÆÇØ¿ä?
 Yes, I like it very much.
 Ne, manee cho-a-hamnida.
 ³×, ¸¹ÀÌ ÁÁ¾ÆÇÕ´Ï´Ù
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Common Questions
 What is this?
Igeosun mueosimnikka?
ÀÌ°ÍÀº  ¹«¾ùÀԴϱî? 
 Where is the train station?
 Geechayeokee eodee-imnikka?
 ±âÂ÷¿ªÀÌ ¾îµðÀԴϱî?
 How much does this cost?
Igeosun eolma-imnikka?
 ÀÌ°ÍÀº ¾ó¸¶ÀԴϱî?
 How much soju can you drink?
Sojulul eolmana manee maseoyo?
 ¼ÒÁÖ¸¦ ¾ó¸¶³ª ¸¹ÀÌ ¸¶¼Å¿ä?
 When is your birthday?
 Sangilee eonje imnikka?
 »ýÀÏÀÌ ¾ðÁ¦ÀԴϱî?
 Why are you staring at me?
 Waenalul noryeo bosimnikka?
 ¿Ö ³ª¸¦ ³ë·Á º¸½Ê´Ï±î?
 Do you have a pager?
 Bbeebbee isseoyo?
 »ß»ß ÀÖ¾î¿ä?
 What is you phone number?
 Cheonhwa bunhoga mueosimnikka?
 ÀüÈ­¹øÈ£°¡ ¹«¾ùÀԴϱî?
 Who is that?
 Cheo sarameun nugu-imnikka?
 Àú »ç¶÷Àº ´©±¸ÀԴϱî?
 How often do you go to the song room?
 Eolmana chaju noraebangeh kasimnikka?
 ¾ó¸¶³ª ÀÚÁÖ ³ë·¡¹æ¿¡ °¡½Ê´Ï±î?
 Do you like Korean food?
 Hanguk eumshik cho-a-hayo?
 Çѱ¹À½½Ä ÁÁ¾ÆÇØ¿ä?
 What is your favorite Korean food?
 Kajang cho-a-hanun hanguk eumshikeun mueosimnikka?
 °¡Àå ÁÁ¾ÆÇÏ´Â Çѱ¹À½½ÄÀº ¹«¾ùÀԴϱî?
 How far do you live from here?
 Chipeun yeogeeseo eolmana meoleoyo?
 ÁýÀº ¿©±â¼­ ¾ó¸¶³ª ¸Ö¾î¿ä?
 Where would you like to go?
 Eodee-eh kago-shipayo?
 ¾îµð¿¡ °¡°í ½Í¾î¿ä?
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Adjectives
 good
 cho-eun
ÁÁÀº 
 bad
 nappeun
 ³ª»Û
 happy
haengbokhan 
ÇູÇÑ 
 sad
seulpeun 
½½Ç 
 hot 
 teo-un
 ´õ¿î
 cold
 ch'ageoun
 Â÷°Å¿î
 delicious
 mashitsayo
¸ÀÀÖ¾î¿ä
 spicy
 mae-eun
 ¸Å¿î
 big 
 k'eun
 Å«
 small
 chageun
 ÀÛÀº
 beautiful
 areumdaun
 ¾Æ¸§´Ù¿î
 handsome
 jalsaengin
 Àß»ý±ä
 expensive
 pisayo
 ºñ½Î¿ä
 cheap
 sayo
 ½Î¿ä
 
 easy
 sui'un
½¬¿î 
 difficult
 eoryeo-un
 ¾î·Á¿î
 loud
sikeureoun 
½Ã²ô·¯¿î 
 quiet
 joyonghan
Á¶¿ëÇÑ 
 slow
 neurin
 ´À¸°
 fast
 ppareun
 ºü¸¥
 old
 oraen
 ¿À·£
 new
 saeroun
 »õ·Î¿î
 hungry
 paekopayo
 ¹è°íÆÄ¿ä
 full
 paepullayo
 ¹èºÒ·¯¿ä
 tired
 peekonhayo
 ÇÇ°ïÇØ¿ä
 sleepy
 cheomwayo
 Àá¿Í¿ä
 crowded
bokjabhan 
º¹ÀâÇÑ 
 drunk
 sulchwehan
 ¼úÃëÇÑ
 
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Day & Months
 yesterday
 eojae
¾îÁ¦ 
 today
 onul
 ¿À´Ã
 tomorrow
 naeil
 ³»ÀÏ
 last week
 chinan-ju
 Áö³­ÁÖ
 next week
 taeum-ju
 ´ÙÀ½ÁÖ
 Monday
 wolyo-il
 ¿ù¿äÀÏ
 Tuesday
 hwayo-il
 È­¿äÀÏ
 Wednesday
 suyo-il
 ¼ö¿äÀÏ
 Thursday
 mogyo-il
 ¸ñ¿äÀÏ
 Friday
 keumyo-il
 ±Ý¿äÀÏ
 Saturday
 t'oyo-il
 Åä¿äÀÏ
 Sunday
 ilyo-il
 ÀÏ¿äÀÏ
 
 January
 il wol
ÀÏ¿ù 
 February
 ee wol
ÀÌ¿ù
 March
 sam wol
 »ï¿ù
 April
 sa wol
 »ç¿ù
 May
 o wol
¿À ¿ù
 June
 yu wol
 À¯¿ù
 July
 ch'il wol
 Ä¥¿ù
 August
 p'al wol
ÆÈ¿ù
 September
 gu wol
 ±¸¿ù
 October
 shi wol
 ½Ã¿ù
 November
 shipil wol
 ½ÊÀÏ¿ù
 December
 shipee wol
 ½ÊÀÌ¿ù
 
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Verbs
 eat
meokda 
 
 drink
mashida 
 
 go
 kada
 
 have
 ida, katda
 
 like
choahada 
 
 want
shipda 
 
 sleep
chada 
 
 talk
malhada 
 
 listen
tutda 
 
 understand
alda 
 
 teach
 karutchida
 
 study
 kongbu hada
 
 read
 ilkda
 
 write
 ssuda
 
 
 be/exist
itda 
 
 work
 ilhada
 
 play
 nolda
 
 buy
 sada
 
 sell
 palda
 
 give
 juda
 
take
 kajida
 
 come
 oda
 
 open
 yeolda
 
 close
 tada
 
 walk
 keoreokada
 
 swim
 suyounghada
 
 travel
yeohaenghada
 
  live
salda 
 
 
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