Basic Korean Conversation 6 – Where are you going? (Free Printout / Download)

Please enjoy this our sixth free Korean conversational printout / download, which is in Korean (Hangul), English and has been Romanized.This particular conversation focuses on two people who know each other a little for example two co-workers or a friend of a friend situation, therefore it is quite formal but not overly serious. Enjoy:

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For all of the previous Conversations and other free resources please check out our FREE RESOURCES PAGE.

Thank you for choosing to learn a little Korean with us today and if you have any questions or requests, please let us know.

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 13 “ᄑ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with part 13 which is the penultimate part of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 12 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 “P“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 피 (Blood), 포도 (Grapes) and 파도 (Wave). To practice writing  please either use the JPG image or the PDF link below:

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Thank you for using Fresh Korean to learn a little Korean today and please come back soon for the 14th and final part of the series.

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Basic Korean Conversation 5 – Do you have? (Free Printout / Download)

Please enjoy this our fifth free Korean conversational printout / download. It is in Korean (Hangul), English and Romanized. This particular conversation focuses on a customer in a store asking an employee if they have an item, both people are of a similar age & status and therefore the conversation is not seriously formal. Enjoy:

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Here are links to the previous parts:

Part 1 -Hello / How are you?

Part 2 – What is your name?

Part 3 – What do you do for a living?

Part 4 – What is this that?

Thank you for choosing to learn a little Korean with us today and if you have any questions or requests, please let us know.

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Practice Korean Writing – Free Printable Worksheet 12 “ᄐ”

Please enjoy learning to write in Korean with part 12 of our practice Korean writing series. If you have missed any of the previous 11 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 “T“. Here are a few good examples of “” being used in the following Korean words: 토끼 (Rabbit), 토요일 (Saturday) and 타조 (Ostrich). To practice writing  please either use the JPG image or the PDF link below:

Click Here for your Free PDF Korean Character Practice Worksheet Number 12

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Ladle – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Friday October 5th

Chopsticks 젓가락 (Jot / Ga / Rag)

Well here is your final Fresh Korean word of the day for this week. The weeks topic has been cutlery and we’re moving on from chopsticks yesterday and on to the Ladle or 국자  in Korean.

Thank you for your time during this cutlery week and here is a final quick reminder that this Saturday is our October Fresh Korean Event, we are going to watch some K-League action between Incheon & Seongnam with the bonus of free Makkoli 🙂

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Chopsticks – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Thursday October 4th

Chopsticks 젓가락 (Jot / Ga / Rag)

Hello again and welcome to another Fresh Korean word of the day. The weeks topic is cutlery and we’re moving on from the knife and on to the Chopsticks or 젓가락 in Korean.

In Korea the chopsticks have been widely used for 100s of years and come in many different shapes, styles and designs.

Don’t forgot to return tomorrow for our final cutlery word of the day.

Here a quick reminder that this Saturday is our October Fresh Korean Event, going to watch some K-League action between Incheon & Seongnam with the bonus of free Makkoli 🙂

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Knife – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday October 3rd

Knife – 칼 (Kal)

Hello again and welcome to another Fresh Korean word of the day. The weeks topic is cutlery and we’re moving on from spoon yesterday to the Knife orin Korean today.

Don’t forgot to return tomorrow for word of the day number 4.

Here a quick reminder that this Saturday is our October Fresh Korean Event: We’re going to watch some K-League action between Incheon & Seongnam, plus the bonus of some free Makkoli (Korean Rice Wine).

Incheon United vs. Seongnam Event Page

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