“Baby” in Korean – Use this word in different ways

Today, we’ll be learning how to say “baby” in Korean. Previously, we already covered the topic of Korean family terms. Although “baby” wasn’t one of them, of course, babies are born into families every single day. So shouldn’t we all know how to say it in Korean? Alternatively, “baby” is also a common term of …

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Coffee in Korean – Useful vocabulary and phrases

Hello, coffee lovers! In this article, you’ll learn how to say “coffee” in Korean. As you may have already realized, knowing some quick phrases for cafes can be mighty helpful. However, before you can get started on speaking out sentences, perhaps you need to learn some actual Korean vocabulary for coffee, as well as related …

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Korean calendar – Different types used in the country

Previously, we’ve already learned how to say things related to the Korean calendar, like months in Korean, and also time. We’ve also learned so much about big Korean holidays such as Lunar New Year and Korean Thanksgiving. However, perhaps in addition to celebrating your own native holidays, you’d also like to celebrate some Korean ones …

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