Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 3 “ᄃ”

안녕하세요 (Hello), this is part 3 of our practice Korean writing series. Today we will be looking at the consonant symbol “” which sounds like an English “D”. A few example of where the symbol “” is used are: 대구 (Daegu Korea’s fourth biggest city), 다람쥐 (Squirrel) and 바다 (Sea).

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Bear – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Monday June 25th

Bear 곰 (Gom)

Hello and Welcome to the start of a new week, this week we will be looking at 5 different animals. The first animal is a Bear or in Korean 곰 (Gom).

Bears are very famous in Korean culture and stories including bears date back 100’s of years. There are only 11 wild Moon Bears living in Korea at the moment, so seeing one is unlikely. Bears also appear in Korean popular culture with the baseball team the Doosan Bears and in the children’s song the three bears, here is a video for your enjoyment:

Also if you want to learn more about Moon Bears please checkout this link: Moonbears.org

Thank you for your time today and we hope to see you again tomorrow for animal word of the day 2.

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Quiet – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Sunday June 24th

Quiet – 조용한 (Ju / Yong / Han)

As it is Sunday we will keep it simple. Today’s word is Quiet, which is useful to learn if you’re an ESL teacher in Korea and you what to control your unruly kids.

Also Be Quiet in Korean is 조용히 해라 (Ju / Yong / Hee  Hae / Ra)

Thank you for your time and we hope to see you soon.

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Write – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday June 23rd

Write – 쓰다 (Ser / Da)

To we have gone for the word Write (쓰다). We have chosen this word because of our recent series of free writing worksheets (part 1 can be found here). It also useful for any ESL teachers in Korea working hard trying to explain to kids what to do.

Thank you for spending a little time today learning some Korean, please come back tomorrow for another Fresh Korean Word of the Day.

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 2 “ᄂ”

Hello again, and welcome to the second part of our Korean writing series. Last time we looked at “ᄀ” and this we will look at the next consonant character is the Korean alphabet. That character is “” and in English it sounds like a “N“.

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Snowy – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Friday June 22nd

Snowy 눈이 많은 (Noon / Ee  Mal / Un)

Today is Friday and sadly that means the final day of weather word of the day week here at the Fresh Korean Institute. We have gone for Snowy today, it maybe still early Summer at the moment however in 6 months time it will be deadly cold and snowy.

So you know the Korean word 눈 (Noon) also means eyes as well as Snow.

Thank you for joining us during Weather week and please come back tomorrow are another interesting word of the day.

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 1 “ᄀ”

This is the first part of fourteen worksheets that will help you practice writing the different Korean characters. The first character we are going to look at is “” which sounds similar to an English “G“. This worksheet includes all the different possible basic vowel combinations.

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ᄀ Korean Character Practice Worksheet FREE PDF from Fresh Korean

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