Spoon – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Tuesday October 2nd

Spoon -숟가락 (Sut / 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 fork to the Spoon or 숟가락 in Korean.

In Korea the spoon is widely used for all foods just like in anywhere else in the world.

Don’t forgot to return tomorrow for word of the day number 3.

Here a quick reminder that this Saturday is our October Fresh Korean Event, going to watch some K-League action between Incheon & Seongnam, details below.

Incheon United vs. Seongnam Event Page

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Basic Korean Conversation 4 – What is this / that? (Free Printout / Download)

Please enjoy this our fourth 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 what an item is, the conversation is a little unrealistic as it’s doubtful many people would ask what is this about a fork, however the theory can be carried over in real life. Enjoy:

Click here to download your FREE PDF copy of Basic Korean Practice Conversation 4 – What is this that

For the previous 3 basic Korean conversations plus more FREE Resources please click here.

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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Fork – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Monday October 1st

Fork – 포크 (Poh / Ker)

Hello and welcome to another Fresh Korean word of the day week. The weeks topic is cutlery and we’re starting with a western favorite the Fork or 포크 in Korean.

In Korea the fork is widely used but normally only when eating western foods such as pasta.

Don’t forgot to return everyday this week for your next word of the day.

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