Happy Halloween – 행복한 할로윈 (plus some Halloween Korean Vocabulary)

Happy Halloween or in Korean 행복한 할로윈 (Heang / Bok / Han Hal / Lo / Wein).

Here are a few Halloween related Korean words (Vocabulary):

Witch – 마녀 (Ma / Nyo)
Werewolf – 늑대 인간 (Nerg / Dae In / Gan)
Zombie – 좀비 (Johm / Bee) *Same*
Vampire – 뱀파이어 (Bahm / Pa / Ee / Ah) *Same*
Mummy – 미라 (Mi / Rah)

We all hope everybody has a fun day today and Happy Halloween ^^

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Numbers in Korean, both Korean & Sino – Practice Vocabulary & Writing Worksheet (Printout / Download)

This is another of our combo worksheets that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to numbers and includes the both the Sino and Korean number systems, from 1 up to 100.

The Sino number system is on the right side and the Korean number system is on the left side. The Sino and Korean number systems are the same after 99.

Here is the worksheet, you can either copy the JPG picture or download the higher quality PDF File below. Enjoy:

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Months in Korean – Practice Vocabulary & Writing Worksheet (Printout / Download)

Hello again for another of our combo worksheets that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to the months of the year. (January to December). Months in Korean are very simple, they basically use the Sino counting system plus 월 on the end. The only strange one is June which is written 육월 but is spoken 유월 (You / Wol).

Here is the worksheet, you can either copy the JPG picture or download the higher quality PDF File below. Enjoy:

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Days of the Week in Korean – Practice Vocabulary & Writing Worksheet (Printout / Download)

This is the first of many combo worksheets that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to days and includes the 7 days of the week (Monday to Sunday).

Here is the worksheet, you can either copy the JPG picture or download the higher quality PDF File below. Enjoy:

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Coffee & Korean Trial Private Lesson Offer for ₩20,000 in Incheon, Bucheon or Western Seoul

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Then why not signup for our ₩20,000 Coffee & Korean Trial lesson. We are offering these trial lessons in Incheon, Bucheon and parts of Western Seoul but only for the next 3 weeks October 22nd to November 11th. We will keep it very simple and even meet you at your favorite local coffee shop (as we don’t want you to get lost), plus we will bring a selection of textbooks and materials so you can see what we offer.

For your ₩20,000 you will receive the following:

  • A 1 Hour Private Korean Lesson

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Fruits in Korean – Practice Vocabulary & Writing Worksheet (Printout / Download)

This is the first of many combo worksheets that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to fruits and includes 5 different fruits (Apple, Banana, Orange, Strawberry & Watermelon).

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 14 “ᄒ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with this the fourteenth and final part of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 13 parts please CLICK HERE to catch up.

Today we are going to look at the Korean consonant “” which has a sound similar to an English “H“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 하늘 (Sky), 하마 (Hippo) and 호랑이 (Tiger). To practice writing  please either use the JPG image or the PDF link below:

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