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Korean Word of the Day - stingray (noun)

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가오리 (gaori) stingray (noun)

가오리가 해저에서 수영을 하고 있습니다.
Gaoriga haejeoeseo suyeongeul hago itseumnida.
The stingray is swimming on the bottom of the ocean.

가오리들이 산호초 너머에서 수영을 하고 있습니다.
Gaorideuri sanhocho neomeoeseo suyeongeul hago itseumnida.
The stingrays are swimming over the coral reef.

갈색 가오리
galssaek gaori
brown stingray

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Korean Word of the Day - mountain range (noun)

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산맥 (sanmaek) mountain range (noun)

세계에서 가장 큰 산맥은 사실상 대서양의 중심부에 있습니다.
Segyeeseo gajang keun sanmaegeun sasilssang daeseoyangui jungsimbue itsseumnida.
The worlds largest mountain range is actually in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.

알프스 산맥은 유럽에 있습니다.
Alpeuseu sanmaegeun yureobe itsseumnida.
The Alps mountain range is located in Europe.

아름다운 산맥
areumdaun sanmaek
beautiful mountain range

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Korean Word of the Day - banana (noun)

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바나나 (banana) banana (noun)

바나나는 칼륨이 풍부합니다.
Banananeun kallyumi pungbuhamnida.
Bananas are rich in potassium.

바나나는 푸딩이나 케이크를 만들어도 좋지만, 저는 생바나나를 제일 좋아합니다.
Banananeun pudingina keikeureul mandeureodo jochiman, jeoneun saengbananareul jeil joahamnida.
Bananas are good cooked, in puddings, or in cakes, but I like raw bananas best.

바나나는 열대 지방에서 자라지만, 전세계의 많은 사람들이 즐겨 먹습니다.
Banananeun yeolddae jibangeseo jarajiman, jeonsegyeui maneun saramdeuri jeulgyeo meoksseumnida.
Bananas are grown in the tropics, but people throughout the world eat them.

잘 익은 바나나와 썩은 바나나
jal igeun bananawa sseogeun banana
a ripe banana and a rotten banana

껍질을 벗긴 바나나
kkeopjireul beotggin banana
peeled banana

바나나 빵
banana ppang
banana bread

바나나 껍질
banana kkeopjjil
banana peel

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Korean Word of the Day - bank (noun)

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은행 (eunhaeng) bank (noun)

은행은 닫았습니다.
Eunhaengeun datatsseumnida.
The bank is closed.

은행은 일요일에는 열지 않습니다.
Eunhaengeun iryoireneun yeolji anseumnida.
The bank is not open for business on Sundays.

오래된 은행
oraedoen eunhaeng.
old bank

지점 은행
jijeom eunhaeng
brick and mortar bank

지역의 은행
jiyeogui eunhaeng
local bank

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Korean Word of the Day - policeman (noun)

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경찰관 (gyeongchalgwan) policeman (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 - salary (noun)

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급여 (geubyeo) salary (noun)

급여가 얼마입니까?
Geubyeoga eolmaimnikka?
How much is the salary?

저는 매달 작은 급여에 커미션을 합해서 받습니다.
Jeoneun maedal jageun geubyeoe keomisyeoneul hapaeseo batsseumnida.
I receive a small salary plus commissions each month.

현금 급여
hyeongeum geubyeo
cash salary

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Korean Word of the Day - angry (adjective)

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화난 (hwanan) angry (adjective)

매니저는 화났습니다.
Maenijeoneun hwanatsweumnida.
The manager got angry.

남자 아이가 화났습니다.
Namja aiga hwanatsseunnida.
The boy is angry.

화난 남자 아이
hwanan namja ai
angry boy

화난 시간
hwanan sigan
angry times

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Korean Word of the Day - ketchup (noun)

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케찹 (kechap) ketchup (noun)

케찹 있나요?
Kechap innayo?
Do you have ketchup?

케찹, 머스타드, 그리고 살사는 제가 주로 이용하는 조미료입니다.
Kechap, meoseutadeu, geurigo salssaneun jega juro iyonghaneun jomiryoimnida.
Ketchup, mustard and salsa are the condiments I most often use.

케찹 하나
kechap hana
bottle of ketchup

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Korean Word of the Day - drizzle (noun)

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이슬비 (iseulbi) drizzle (noun)

이슬비는 아주 가는 비입니다.
Iseulbbineun aju ganeun biimnida.
A drizzle is a very fine light rain.

가는 이슬비
ganeun iseulbi
light drizzle

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Korean Word of the Day - front desk (noun)

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프런트 (peureonteu) front desk (noun)

우리는 프런트에서 체크인과 체크아웃을 했습니다.
Urineun peureonteueseo chekeuingwa chekeuauseul haetsseumnida.
We checked in and out at the front desk.

남자는 프런트에서 일하고 있습니다.
Namjaneun peureonteueseo ilhago itsseumnida.
The man is working at the front desk.

호텔 프런트
hotel peureonteu
front desk of a hotel

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