New Feature! Korean Vocab Lists - Words You’ll Need for Real-Life Conversations


1
Aug
2014

Hello Listener,

What do Korean people talk about in real life? Answer: whatever’s going on in life right now!

Let’s take a look.

It’s summer. Korean people definitely talk about that. The hot weather, summer sports and going to the beach. The World Cup just happened. They definitely talked about that. Then, there’s the upcoming fall season, a new school semester – oh yes. School: they talk about that too.

These topics are incredibly common, practical and relevant. In fact, you probably talk about them too, so learning the relevant Korean words for these topics is a must.

If you’ve noticed the new Free Korean Vocab Bonus emails in your inbox, you’re already using vocabulary lists based on holidays, current events and practical topics.

And now, you can review all the Korean Vocabulary Lists in one place for FREE.

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Korean Vocabulary Lists: Your non-stop source of new words to learn, in easy list form!

You learn timely and practical words that are delivered directly to your email inbox. From holidays to current events, you get just the Korean vocabulary you need to talk about what’s going on in life right now.

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Korean Word of the Day - whale (noun)


31
Jul
2014

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고래 (gorae) whale (noun)

대왕고래는 지구에서 가장 큰 생명체입니다.
Daewanggoraeneun jigueseo gajang keun saengmyeongcheimnida.
The blue whale is the biggest creature on earth.

고래가 바다에서 수영을 하고 있습니다.
Goraega badaeseo suyeongeul hago itseumnida.
The whale is swimming in the ocean.

고래들이 증기를 내뿜고 있습니다.
Goraedeuri jeunggireul naeppumggo itsseumnida.
The whales are coming up for air.

대왕고래
daewanggorae
blue whale

혹등고래
hokddeunggorae
humpback whale

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Korean Word of the Day - foot (noun)


30
Jul
2014

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발 (bal) foot (noun)

발에는 다섯 개의 발가락이 있습니다.
Bareneun daseot gaeui balggaragi itsseumnida.
A foot has five toes.

그의 왼발은 오른발보다 조금 더 큽니다.
Geuui oenbareun oreunbalboda jogeum deo keumnida.
His left foot is a little bigger than his right foot.

제 발 밟으셨어요.
Je bal balbeusyeosseoyo.
You stepped on my foot.

왼발
oenbal
left foot

오른발
oreunbal
right foot

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Summer at KoreanClass101 Means… A New Free Feature, 29% OFF & More!


30
Jul
2014

Ends Friday! Click here to get 29% OFF!

Hi Listener,

Summer is the season for learning and mastering Korean at KoreanClass101. Why? New free features, a new discount and on-the-go learning that you must take advantage of. Try out the brand new Korean Vocabulary Lists to learn relevant and practical vocab. And if you want to unlock our Learning System with over 200 Hours of Korean Lessons, take advantage of the 29% OFF Summer Sale! Keep reading to learn more!

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Korean Word of the Day - boarding pass (noun)


29
Jul
2014

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탑승권 (tapsseunggwon) boarding pass (noun)

탑승권을 가지고 계시나요?
Tapsseunggwoneul gajigo gyesinayo?
Do you have the boarding passes?

탑승권이요.
Tapsseunggwoniyo.
Boarding pass, please.

비행기 탑승권
bihaenggi tapsseunggwon
boarding pass for the flight

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Korean Word of the Day - ice skating (noun)


28
Jul
2014

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아이스 스케이팅 (aiseu seukeiting) ice skating (noun)

아이스 스케이팅은 기품있고 아름답습니다.
Aiseu seukeitingeun gipumitggo areumdapsseumnida.
Ice skating can be graceful and beautiful.

연못 위의 아이스 스케이팅
yeonmot wiui aiseu seukeiting
ice skate on a pond

사람들은 야외에서 아이스 스케이팅을 합니다.
Saramdeureun yaoeeseo aiseu seukeitingeul hamnida.
The people are ice skating outdoors.

야외에서의 아이스 스케이팅
yaoeeseoui aiseu seukeiting
ice skating outdoors

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Korean Word of the Day - cloud (noun)


27
Jul
2014

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구름 (gureum) cloud (noun)

하늘에 구름 한 점 안 보입니다.
Haneure gureum han jeom an boimnida.
I don’t see a cloud in the sky.

하얀 구름이 있는 파란 하늘
hayan gureumi inneun paran haneul
blue sky with white clouds

먹구름
meokgureum
a dark cloud

솜털 같은 구름
somteol gateun gureum
fluffy cloud

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Korean Word of the Day - hot (adjective)


26
Jul
2014

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더운 (deoun) hot (adjective)

팔 월은 보통 덥긴 하지만, 오늘은 정말 덥습니다.
Pal woreun botong deopkkin hajiman, oneureun jeongmal deopsseumnida.
It’s usually hot in August, but today it’s really hot.

더운 날입니다.
Deoun narimnida.
It’s a hot day.

더운 여름날
deoun yeoreumnal
hot summer day

더운 날
deoun nal
hot day

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Korean Word of the Day - blood (noun)


25
Jul
2014

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혈액 (hyeoraek) blood (noun)

환자가 많은 혈액을 잃었습니다. 수혈이 필요합니다.
Hwanjaga maneun hyeoraegeul ireotsseumnida. suhyeori piryohamnida.
The patient has lost a lot of blood, and she needs a blood transfusion.

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 - customer (noun)


24
Jul
2014

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손님 (sonnim) customer (noun)

손님은 신용 카드로 식료품을 사고 있습니다.
Sonnimeun sinyong kadeuro singnyopumeul sago itsseumnida.
The customer is buying groceries with a credit card.

손님은 항상 옳다.
Sonnimeun hangsang olta.
The customer is always right.

중요한 손님
jungyohan sonnim
important customer

지불하고 있는 손님
jibulhago inneun sonnim
paying customer

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