Ho ho ho!
We are counting down the days ’till Christmas and we’re feeling festive!
In the Christmas spirit, we’re giving away a free lesson today from our Inner Circle course, a rapid Korean learning program to learn Korean in 90 days. This lesson features a set of Korean vocabulary you can use at Christmas time.
That’s right, we’ve got some Korean Christmas words plus a few sample sentences for you so you can get a feel for how to use them in context.
We wish you a very merry Christmas and a happy new year!
Korean Christmas Vocabulary Words List
|Candy Cane||사탕 지팡이|
|Christmas Tree||크리스마스 트리|
*Note: You can download a copy of the full lesson PDF at the end of the lesson!
In our full program, we make sure to add the romanization below the Korean words in the first few weeks of the course so students can adjust to reading Hangul (the Korean alphabet) over time.
However, in our experience and that of our students, it is much better to just skip romanization entirely and learn the Korean alphabet. Romanization has too many methods and often times leaves learners feeling confused – plus it cannot be used to communicate with Koreans since Koreans cannot understand it!
If you find it helps you, write down the romanized version of the word next to the Korean after printing out the lesson.
*Can’t read Korean yet? Click here to learn for free in about 60 minutes!
Sample Christmas Sentences
Here are some sample sentences to get you speaking Korean this Christmas! Can you make some of your own?
루돌프는 세상에서 가장 유명한 순록입니다. Rudolph is the most famous reindeer in the world.
선물(을) 사줘서 감사합나다. Thank you for buying me a present.
아버지가 칠면조 고기를 얇게 써셨어요. Dad thinly sliced the turkey.
크리스마스 양말은 왜 거는 걸까요? Why do we hang Christmas stockings?
그 방은 호랑가시나무와 겨우살이로 꾸며져 있었어요. The room was decorated with holly and mistletoe.
나는 거실에서 크리스마스 트리 장식하고 있어요. I am decorating the Christmas tree in the living room.
크리스마스는 산타클로스에게 가장 바쁜 날입니다. Christmas is the busiest time of the year for Santa Clause.
Leave your Christmas sentences in the comments section and have a great holiday season! The special Christmas Korean vocabulary download is available by clicking the button below.