Korean Word of the Day - disgusting (adjective)


2
Mar
2015

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역겨운 (yeokkyeoun) disgusting (adjective)

남자가 역겨운 간식을 먹고 있습니다.
Namjaga yeokgyeoun gansigeul meokgo itsseumnida.
The man is eating a disgusting snack.

아기는 역겨운 음식을 먹고 나서는 기쁘지 않습니다.
Agineun yeokgyeoun eumsigeul meokko naseoneun gippeuji ansseumnida.
The baby is being fed disgusting food, and he is not happy.

역겨운 맛
yeokgyeoun mat
disgusting taste

역겨운 음식
yeokgyeoun eumsik
disgusting food

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Korean Word of the Day - dress (noun)


1
Mar
2015

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드레스 (deureseu) dress (noun)

오늘은 빨간 드레스를 입고 내일은 파란 드레스를 입을 것입니다.
Oneureun ppalgan deureseureul ipkko naeireun paran deuresseureul ibeul ggeosimnida.
I’ll wear the red dress today, and the blue one tomorrow.

드레스가 전시되어 있습니다.
Deureseuga jeonsidoeeo itsseumnida.
The dress is on display.

당신이 오늘 구입한 드레스는 아름답습니다.
Dangsini oneul guipan deureseuneun areumdapsseumnida.
The dress you purchased today is beautiful.

자주색 드레스
jajusaek deureseu
purple dress

웨딩 드레스
weding deureseu
wedding dress

여름 드레스
yeoreum deureseu
sun dress

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Korean Word of the Day - knock (verb)


28
Feb
2015

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노크하다 (nokeuhada) knock (verb)

남자는 빨간 현관문을 노크하고 있습니다.
Namjaneun ppalgan hyeongwanmuneul nokeuhago itsseumnida.
The man is knocking on the red front door.

들어가기 전에 문에 노크하는 것 기억해 주세요.
Deureogagi jeone mune nokeuhaneun geot gieokhae juseyo.
Please remember to knock on the door before you enter.

노크하는 것을 기억하다
nokeuhaneun geoseul gieokhada
remember to knock

문을 노크하다
muneul nokeuhada
knock on the door

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Korean Word of the Day - ladybug (noun)


27
Feb
2015

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무당벌레 (mudangbeolle) ladybug (noun)

무당벌레들이 나뭇가지를 내려가고 있습니다.
Mudangbeolledeuri namutggajireul naeryeogago itsseumnida.
The ladybugs are climbing down the branch.

검은 점이 있는 빨간 무당벌레
geomeun jeomi inneun ppalgan mudangbeolle
red ladybug with black spots

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Korean Word of the Day - blood (noun)


26
Feb
2015

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혈액 (hyeoraek) blood (noun)

혈액 검사는 그의 혈중 알코올 수치가 아주 높은 것을 찾았습니다.
Hyeoraek geomsaneun geuui hyeoljung alkool suchiga aju nopeun geoseul chajatseumnida.
The blood test found his blood alcohol level was very high.

혈액 검사를 위한 유리병
hyeoraek geomsareul wihan yuribyeong
vial of blood for a blood test

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Korean Word of the Day - cockroach (noun)


25
Feb
2015

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바퀴벌레 (bakwibeolle) cockroach (noun)

바퀴벌레는 여섯 개의 다리, 날개, 그리고 더듬이를 가지고 있습니다.
Bakwibeolleneun yeoseot gaeui dari, nalgae, geurigo deodeumireul gajigo itseumnida.
A cockroach has six legs, wings and antennae.

인류가 사라진 후에도 바퀴벌레는 계속 존재할 것입니다.
Illyuga sarajin huedo bakwibeolleneun gyesok jonjaehal geosimnida.
The cockroach will still be here when mankind is long gone.

큰 빨간 바퀴벌레
keun ppalgan bakwibeolle
big red cockroach

그 바퀴벌레를 밟다
geu bakwibeollereul babtta
stomp that cockroach

절대 사라지지 않는 바퀴벌레
jeolddae sarajiji anneun bakwibeolle
everlasting cockroach

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Feb
2015

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Korean Word of the Day - police officer (noun)


24
Feb
2015

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경찰관 (gyeongchalgwan) police officer (noun)

경찰관은 운전자에게 질문을 하고 있습니다.
Gyeongchalgwaneun unjeonjaege jilmuneul hago itseumnida.
The police officer is questioning the driver.

경찰관의 일은 시민을 보호하고 시민의 편의를 도모하는 것입니다.
Gyeongchalgwanui ireun simineul bohohago siminui pyeonuireul domohaneun geosimnida.
The job of a police officer is to protect and serve the public.

경찰관에게 도움을 청할게요.
Gyeongchalgwanege doumeul cheonghalgeyo.
I’ll ask a police officer for help.

경찰관의 직업은 쉽지 않습니다.
Gyeongchalgwanui jigeobeun swipjji anseumnida.
A police officer’s job is not easy.

저는 형이 두 명 있는데 두 명 다 경찰관입니다.
Jeoneun hyeongi du myeong inneunde du myeong da gyeongchalgwanimnida.
I have two older brothers, and both are police officers.

경찰관
gyeongchalgwan
police officer

제복을 입은 경찰관
jebogeul ibeun gyeongchalgwan
police officer in uniform

순찰 도는 경찰
sunchal doneun gyeongchal
police officer on patrol

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Korean Word of the Day - apple (noun)


23
Feb
2015

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사과 (sagwa) apple (noun)

여자는 사과를 씹고 있습니다.
Yeojaneun sagwareul ssipkko itsseumnida.
The woman is chewing an apple.

우리는 매년 뒷마당에 있는 사과 나무의 사과를 먹습니다.
Urineun maenyeon dwitmadange inneun sagwa namuui sagwareul meoksseumnida.
We eat fruit every year from the apple tree in my back yard.

사과는 하루에 한 개만 먹으면 의사가 필요 없습니다.
Sagwaneun harue han gaeman meogeumyeon uisaga piryo eopsseumnida.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

우리 할머니는 세상에서 제일 맛있는 사과 파이를 만드십니다.
Uri halmeonineun sesangeseo jeil masinneun sagwa paireul mandeusimnida.
My grandmother makes the best apple pie in the world.

사과 주스, 오렌지 주스 그리고 포도 주스
sagwa juseu, orenji juseu geurigo podo juseu
apple juice, orange juice, and grape juice

빨간 사과
ppalgan sagwa
red apple

초록 사과
chorok sagwa
green apple

사과 나무
sagwa namu
apple tree

사과 주스
sagwa juseu
apple juice

사과 다섯 개
sagwa daseot ggae
five apples

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Korean Word of the Day - pop (noun)


22
Feb
2015

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소다 (soda) pop (noun)

소다는 많은 설탕을 함유하고 있습니다.
Sodaneun maneun seoltangeul hamyuhago itsseumnida.
Soda contains a lot of sugar.

루트 맥주는 내가 제일 좋아하는 소다입니다.
Ruteu maekjjuneun naega jeil joahaneun sodaimnida.
Root beer is my favorite kind of soda.

소다 한 병
soda han byeong
glass of soda

소다 한 캔
soda han kaen
can of soda

얼음이 있는 소다
eoreumi inneun soda
soda with ice

차가운 소다
chagaun soda
cold soda

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