Sunny – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Monday June 18th

Sunny – 햇빛 밝은 (Haet / Bit  Bal / Un)

To start the Fresh Korean Institute’s Weather week we have gone for the current and maybe most popular weather, Sunny.

There are a few different ways of saying Sunny in Korean however in this situation 햇빛 밝은 is the best. 햇빛 (Haet / Bit) means Bright, whilst 밝은 (Bal / Un) means weather. So when you put the two together  it makes logical sense.

Thank you for joining us on Day 1 of weather week and we hope to see you tomorrow for another weather Korean word of the day.

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