Korean Word of the Day - stamp on a letter (noun)


31
Oct
2014

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우표 (upyo) stamp on a letter (noun)

우표를 모으나요?
Upyoreul moeunayo?
Do you collect stamps?

저는 세 개의 편지를 위한 봉투와 우표가 필요합니다.
Jeoneun se gaeui pyeonjireul wihan bongtuwa upyoga piryohamnida.
I need envelopes and stamps for these three letters.

우표의 종류
upyoui jongnyu
collection of stamps

우표
upyo
postal stamp

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31
Oct
2014

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Korean Word of the Day - currency exchange (noun)


30
Oct
2014

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환전 (hwanjeon) currency exchange (noun)

달러를 유로화로 환전
dalleoreul yurohwaro hwanjeon
currency exchange dollars to euros

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Korean Word of the Day - elephant (noun)


29
Oct
2014

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코끼리 (kokkiri) elephant (noun)

아기 코끼리가 동물원에서 흙장난을 하고 있습니다.
Agi kokkiriga dongmurwoneseo heukjjangnaneul hago itsseumnida.
The baby elephant is playing with dirt in a zoo.

저는 동물원에서 코끼리를 봤습니다.
Jeoneun dongmurwoneseo kokkirireul bwatsseumnida.
I saw an elephant at the zoo.

회색 코끼리
hoesaek kokkiri
gray elephant

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29
Oct
2014

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Korean Word of the Day - farmer (noun)


28
Oct
2014

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농부 (nongbu) farmer (noun)

농부는 해가 뜰 때부터 해가 질 때까지 쉬지 않고 일합니다.
Nongbuneun haega tteul ttaebuteo haega jil ttaekkaji swiji anko ilhamnida.
A farmer works from sunrise to sunset without a break.

농부가 밀 밭에 있습니다.
Nongbuga mil bate itsseumnida.
The farmer is in the wheat field.

목화 농부
mokhwa nongbu
cotton farmer

농장에 있는 농부
nongjange inneun nongbu
farmer on a farm

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Korean Word of the Day - magazine (noun)


27
Oct
2014

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잡지 (japjji) magazine (noun)

서점에서 잡지를 샀어요.
Seojeomeseo japjjireul sasseoyo.
I bought a magazine at a bookstore.

이 서점에는 잡지가 정말 많아서 좋아요.
I seojeomeneun japjjiga jeongmal manaseo joayo.
I really like this bookstore because it has so many magazines.

여자는 잡지를 읽고 있습니다.
Yeojaneun japjjireul ikko itsseumnida.
The woman is reading a magazine.

잡지를 읽다
japjjireul iktta
read a magazine

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Korean Word of the Day - classroom (noun)


26
Oct
2014

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교실 (gyosil) classroom (noun)

수학 상급은 백일 호 교실에 있습니다.
Su-hak -sang-geu-beun -bae-gil -ho -gyo-si-re -it-seum-ni-da.
Advanced Mathematics is in classroom 101.

아이들은 교실에 있습니다.
Aideureun gyosire itsseumnida.
The kids are in the classroom.

교실에서의 행동
gyosireseoui haengdong
classroom behavior

교실에 계시는 선생님
gyosire gyesineun seonsaengnim
teacher in a classroom

교실에 있는 아이들
gyosire itneun aideul
kids in a classroom

빈 교실
bin gyosil
empty classroom

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Korean Word of the Day - earthquake (noun)


25
Oct
2014

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지진 (jijin) earthquake (noun)

동경에서 발생한 지진은 리히터 지진계로 진도 사점삼으로 기록되었습니다.
Donggyeongeseo balssaenghan jijineun rihiteo jijingyero jindo sajeomsameuro girokdoeeotsseumnida.
The earthquake that hit Tokyo measured 4.3 on the Richter scale.

지진이 건물을 부셨습니다.
Jijini geonmureul busyeotsseumnida.
The earthquake destroyed the building.

지진이 땅을 흔들고 있습니다.
Jijini ttangeul heundeulgo itsseumnida.
The earthquake is shaking the ground.

지진의 진앙지
jijinui jinangji
epicenter of an earthquake

지진 피해
jijin pihae
earthquake damage

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Korean Word of the Day - fish (noun)


24
Oct
2014

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물고기 (mulggogi) fish (noun)

독수리가 날면서 물고기를 기습하고 있습니다.
Dokssuriga nalmyeonseo mulgogireul giseupago itsseumnida.
The eagle is flying and swooping for fish.

물고기가 낚시의 미끼를 보고 있습니다.
Mulggogiga nakksiui mikkireul bogo itsseumnida.
The fish is looking at the bait.

물고기가 물에서 헤엄치고 있습니다.
Mulggogiga mureseo heeomchigo itsseumnida.
The fish is swimming in the water.

저는 물고기를 좋아합니다.
Jeoneun mulggogireul joahanida.
I like fish.

민물고기
minmulggogi
freshwater fish

바닷물고기
badanmulggogi
saltwater fish

수족관의 수조에 있는 물고기
sujokgwanui sujoe inneun mulgogi
fish in a fish tank at the aquarium

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