Extended Happy New Year Practice Korean Conversation (Free Download / Printout)

Fresh Korean Happy New Year 2013

As 2013 is all a few days away we have put together our first Extended Korean Conversation. The topic is “Happy New Year” and is between two people Mi Jin & Ju Seok, they are talking about the meaning of “새해 복 많이 받으세요” (Happy New Year in Korean). They go on to talk about their plans & dreams for the new year. Also included is a letter to a foreign friend (written in Korean).

The conversation and letter span 5 pages and should take between 15 and 25minutes to read. The level is a mixture of beginner and intermediate concepts. Due to the size of the conversation we’re only uploading a PDF version as a JPEG copy is not easily readable.

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We would like to wish everyone a very happy new year (새해 복 많이 받으세요) and hope you enjoy learning a little Korean.

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20 Korean Christmas Words / Vocabulary (Free Download / Printout & Romanized )

Christmas Korean Words - Vocabulary from Fresh Korean

Merry Christmas (메리 크리스마스) from us here at Fresh Korean. There are so many words that come to mind when you are thinking about Christmas and we have chosen our top 20 and then translated and romanized them so you can learn a little festive Korean.

Free Fresh Korean Christmas Vocabulary Download

Many words are the same as in English but when spoken by a native Korean sound a little different. Here is both a JPEG and PDF verisons of the 20 Korean Christmas Words / Vocabulary for your enjoyment:

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Thank you and we hope you’ve enjoyed learning a little Korean today and Once again Merry Christmas / 메리 크리스마스.

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Beginner Korean Conversation 3 – What Do You Do In Your Spare Time?

Korean Conversation What Do you do in your spare time

Welcome back for the third part in our Beginner Korean Conversation series. This conversation is between two friends/co-workers (Su Jin & April), and they are talking about what they like to do in their spare time as well as planning for the weekend.  This conversation can be modified depending on what activities/hobbies you are interested in.

Here is the conversation in JPEG form as well as a higher quality PDF format below, enjoy:

Beginner Korean Conversation 3 - What do you do in your spare time

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Basic Korean Conversation 9 – May I Borrow? (Free Printout / Download)

Korean Conversation May I Borrow

Please enjoy this our ninth free basic Korean conversational printout / download, which is in Korean (Hangul) and English. This basic Korean conversation is between two people “Karl & Ji Heon” where Karl is asking to borrow something. The concepts of “may I borrow” and “Of Course” can be used within other situations. Also please note that this conversation is a leveled at high basic or low beginner.

Below we have a JPEG image as well as PDF copy below, we hope you enjoy and find the conversation useful:

Basic Korean Conversation 9 - May I Borrow

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Intermediate Korean Conversation 4 – Visiting the Doctor

Korean Conversation Visiting the Doctor

This is the fourth part in our Intermediate Korean Conversation series. This conversation is between a doctor and their patient, and so the language is quite formal. The concepts and phrases of this conversation can be used in a real world situation, however on the whole most doctors in Korea can speak at least a little English. But it is still useful in the event they can’t, or if you’re the doctor talking to a Korean patient.

Here is the conversation in both JPEG as well as a higher quality PDF format (below), enjoy:

Intermediate Korean Conversation 4 - Visiting a Doctor

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Special Christmas Trial Korean Lesson in Incheon, Bucheon or Western Seoul

Study Korean Christmas Trial Fresh Korean

Are you interested in learning Korean?

Do you want a flexible service that can fit your schedule?

Want to try out our services for a discounted price plus get a free coffee?

Then why not signup for our Christmas ₩20,000 Korean Trial lesson + Coffee. We are offering these trial lessons in Incheon, Bucheon and parts of Western Seoul but only until December 31st 2012. 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 can offer you.

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

  • A 1 Hour Private Korean Lesson

  • A Complimentary Coffee (or Soda, Tea, Juice) of your choosing

  • An evaluation of your Korean abilities

Also if you want to make it a couple or pairs trial just add an extra ₩5,000.

If you are able to come to the Gyesan Station area in Incheon the price will be discounted further.

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Winter / Snow Korean Vocabulary and Phrases (Free PDF Download / Printout)

Winter and Snow Korean Words and Phrases

As winter has recently arrived here in South Korea we thought that we would make this useful list of Korean Vocabulary (Words) and phrases all related to Winter and Snow. Click Here for a FREE PDF Download Copy of Snow and Winter words and phrases.

Here are the Winter/Snow Related Korean Words and Phrases, enjoy:

Vocabulary

Snow  눈 (Noon)
Winter  겨울 (Gyo/Ool)
Cold  추운 (Chu/Un) / 차가운(Cha/Ga/Un) *for drink or food*
Ice 얼음 (O/Rerm)
Christmas  크리스마스 (Ker/Ree/Ser/Ma/Ser) / 성탄절 (Song/Tan/Jol)
Santa 산타 (San/Ta)
Snowman  눈사람 (Noon/Sa/Ram)
Snowball  눈뭉치 (Noon/Moong/Chi)
Ski  스키 (Ser/Kee)
Heating  난방 (Nan/Bang)
Hot pack  핫팩 (Hat/Paeg) / 온습포 (Ohn/Serb/Poh)
Blizzard  눈보라 (Noon/Boh/Ra)
Gloves  장갑 (Jang/Gab)
Scarf  목도리 (Mohg/Doh/Ree)

Phrases

It’s very cold. 너무 추워요.
(No/Moo Chu/Wa/Yo)

I think is might snow today. 오늘 눈이 올 거 같아요.
(Oh/Nerl Noon/Ee Ohl Ga Ga/Ta/Yo)

Be careful of the ice. 빙판  조심하세요.
(Bing/Pan Joh/Sim/Ha/Sae/Yo)

Do you want to build a snowman? 눈사람 만들고 싶으세요?
(Noon/Sa/Ram Man/Derl/Goh Si/Per/Sae/Yo)

Don’t forget to wear gloves. 장갑 끼는거 잊지 마세요.
(Jang/Gab Ggee/Nern/Go It/Jee Ma/Sae/Yo)

Could you please turn on the heating? 난방 좀 켜 주시겠어요?
(Nan/Bang Johm Kyo Jew/See/Gae/So/Yo)

What would you like to do for Christmas? 크리스마스에 뭐 하고 싶으세요?
(Ker/Ree/Ser/Ma/Ser/Ae Mwa Ha/Ga Si/Per/Sae/Yo)

Do you prefer to ski or snowboard? 스키와 스노우보드 중에 어떤게 더 좋아요?
(Ser/Kee/Wa Ser/No/Ow/Boh/Der Jung/Ae O/Ddon/Gae Do Joh/Ha/Yo)

Do you like Winter? 겨울을 좋아하세요?
(Gyo/Ow/Rerl/ Joh/Ha/Ha/Sae/Yo)

You should buy a scarf. 목도리 하나 사세요.
(Mohg/Do/Ree Ha/Na Sa/Sae/Yo)

Don’t worry, Spring is coming soon. 걱정마세요, 봄은 곧 올거예요.
(Gerg/Jong/Ma/Sae/Yo, Boh/Mern Goht Ohl/Ga/Yeh/Yo)

Isn’t the snow beautiful? 눈이 아름답지 않아요?
(Noon/Ee Ah/Rerm/Dab/Jee An/Ha/Yo)

I’m glad I have a hot pack. 핫팩을 가지고 있어서 다행이에요.
(Hat/Pae/Gerl Ga/Jee/Goh Ee/So/So Da/Daeng/Ee/Sae/Yo)

What would you like to do during the snow day?  눈이 오는 날에 뭐 하세요?
(Noon/Ee Oh/Nern Na/Rae Mwa Ha/Sae/Yo)

What is your favourite season? 어떤 계절을 가장 좋아하세요?
(O/Ddon Gae/Jo/Rerl Ga/Jang Joh/Ha/Sae/Yo)

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