Korean Word of the Day - urchin (noun)


16
Sep
2014

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성게 (seongge) urchin (noun)

성게는 가시로 뒤덮여 있습니다.
Seonggeneun gasiro dwideopyeo itsseumnida.
The urchin is covered in spines.

성게가 해저에서 빠르게 기어가고 있습니다.
Seonggega haejeoeseo ppareuge gieogago itsseumnida.
The sea urchin is crawling quickly along the ocean floor.

해저에 있는 성게
haejeoe ineun seongge
urchin on the ocean floor

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Korean Word of the Day - rose (noun)


15
Sep
2014

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장미 (jangmi) rose (noun)

빨간 장미는 아주 로맨틱합니다.
Ppalgan jangmineun aju romaentikhamnida.
A red rose is very romantic.

남자는 여자친구에게 장미꽃을 주려고 합니다.
Namjaneun yeojachinguege jangmikkocheul juryeogo hamnida.
The man is about to give roses to his girlfriend.

빨간 장미
ppalgan jangmi
red rose

빨간 장미 한송이
ppalgan jangmi hansongi
single red rose

긴 줄기의 빨간 장미
gin julgiui ppalgan jangmi
long stem red rose

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Korean Word of the Day - test (noun)


14
Sep
2014

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시험 (siheom) test (noun)

수요일 시험은 어려울 것입니다.
Suyoil siheomeun eoryeoul geosimnida.
Wednesday’s test will be difficult.

시험을 합격하기 위해서는 자료를 공부해야 합니다.
Siheomeul hapgyeokhagi wihaeseoneun jaryoreul gongbuhaeya hamnida.
To pass the test you have to study the material.

학생들은 교실에서 시험을 치고 있습니다.
Hakssaengdeureun gyosireseo siheomeul chigo itsseumnida.
The students are taking a test in the classroom.

쉬운 시험
swiun siheom
easy exam

객관식 시험
gaekgwansik siheom
multiple choice test

시험을 치다
siheomeul chida
take a test

시험에 합격하다
siheome hapgyeokhada
pass a test

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Korean Word of the Day - bird (noun)


13
Sep
2014

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새 (sae) bird (noun)

오늘 우리는 탐조여행에서 열다섯 마리의 새를 봤습니다.
Oneul urineun tamjoyeohaengeseo yeoldaseot mariui saereul bwatsseumnida.
Bird-watching, we saw fifteen birds today.

매년 새들은 캐나다에서 멕시코로 날아갑니다.
Maenyeon saedeureun kaenadaeseo meksikoro naragamnida.
Each year, the birds fly from Canada to Mexico.

에뮤는 크고 날지 못하는 새입니다.
Emyuneun keugo nalji mothaneun saeimnida.
The emu is a large, flightless bird.

애완용 새
aewanyong sae
pet bird

황갈색의 새
hwanggalssaegui sae
yellowish brown bird

주황 부리의 노란 새
juhwang buriui noran sae
yellow bird with an orange beak

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Korean Word of the Day - turn on (verb)


12
Sep
2014

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켜다 (kyeoda) turn on (verb)

뉴스를 보려면 텔레비전을 켜세요.
Nyuseureul boryeomyeon tellebijeoneul kyeoseyo.
Turn on the television, so we can watch the news.

남자가 불을 켠다.
Namjaga bureul kyeonda.
The man turns on the light.

남자가 불을 켰다.
Namjaga bureul kyeotta.
The man turned on the light.

남자가 불을 켜고 있다.
Namjaga bureul kyeogo itta.
The man is turning on the light.

텔레비전을 켜다
tellebijeoneul kyeoda
turn on the TV

불을 켜다
bureul kyeoda
turn on a light

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Korean Word of the Day - bitter (adjective)


11
Sep
2014

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쓴 (sseun) bitter (adjective)

여자 아이가 무언가 쓴 것을 먹고 있습니다.
yeoja aiga mueonga sseun geoseul meokko itsseumnida.
The girl is eating something bitter.

녹색 순무의 작은 잎은 쓴 맛이 가장 적습니다.
Noksaek sunmuui jageun ipeun sseun masi gajang jeoksseumnida.
The smaller leaves of turnip greens are the least bitter.

맛이 쓴 녹색 야채
masi sseun nokssaek yachae
a bitter green vegetable

쓴 맛
sseun mat
bitter taste

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Korean Word of the Day - seaside (noun)


10
Sep
2014

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해변가 (haebyeongga) seaside (noun)

주말이면 흔히 유명한 해변가 리조트는 사람들로 북적거립니다.
Jumarimyeon heunhi yumyeonghan haebyeonga rijoteuneun saramdeullo bukjjeokkeorimnida.
Weekends are usually crowded at popular seaside resorts.

해변가 리조트
haebyeonga rijoteu
seaside resort

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Korean Word of the Day - man (noun)


9
Sep
2014

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남자 (namja) man (noun)

남자가 물병의 물을 마시고 있습니다.
Namjaga mulbbyeongui mureul masigo itsseumnida.
The man is drinking from the water bottle.

남자는 의자에 앉아 있습니다.
Namjaneun uijae anja itsseumnida.
The man is sitting on the stool.

잘 생긴 남자
jal ssaenggin namja
handsome man

남자같이 생기다
namjagachi saenggida
looks like a man

웃고 있는 남자
utkko inneun namja
smiling man

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Korean Word of the Day - mystery (noun)


8
Sep
2014

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미스터리 (miseuteori) mystery (noun)

훌륭한 미스터리는 끝까지 궁금하게 합니다.
Hullyunghan miseuteorineun kkeutkkaji gunggeumhage hamnida.
A good mystery keeps you wondering right to the end.

살인 미스터리
sarin miseuteori
murder mystery

미스터리를 조사하다
miseuteorireul josahada
investigate a mystery

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Korean Word of the Day - mustache (noun)


7
Sep
2014

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콧수염 (kotssuyeom) mustache (noun)

남자는 덥수룩한 콧수염을 가지고 있습니다.
Namjaneun deopsurukhan kosuyeomeul gajigo itsseumnida.
The man has a thick mustache.

남자는 콧수염에 음식물을 묻혔습니다.
Namjaneun kosuyeome eumsingmureul muchyeotsseumnida.
The man has food on his moustache.

콧수염과 턱수염
kotssuyeomgwa teokssuyeom
mustache and beard

깔끔한 콧수염
kkalkkeumhan kossuyeom
neat moustache

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