Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 101 – 110 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

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We’re now moving into the unknown as we pass the 100th phrase point.
If you don’t already know we upload new phrases on to both our Facebook and Twitter pages ever day or so.
We post a new useful words or phrases which we hope anyone studying Korean, living in or just visiting South Korea might find useful.
Here is what we’ve posted recently, phrases 101 to 110.

Fresh Korean Phrase 101 – What is your hope for the new year?

What is your hope for the new year - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 102 – This year is the year of the blue horse

This is the year of the Blue Horse - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 103 – What’s for Dinner Today?

Whats for dinner today - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 104 – I think tomorrow will be a busy day

I Think Tomorrow Will Be a Busy Day - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 105 – Please be Careful of Icy Roads!

Please be Careful of Icy Roads - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 106 – Please Charge my Phone

Please charge my phone - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 107 – Please do not Expose Yourself to the Cold Wind

Please do not expose yourself to the cold wind - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 108 – I Don’t Need Change

I dont need change - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 109 – To Wash One’s Hair

To Wash Ones Hair - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 110 – Have you ever Donated Blood?

Have you ever donated blood - Fresh Korean

Also

For the previous recap set “91 to 100PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 91 – 100 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

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Well we made it to the first milestone of 100 phrases. Some have proven popular others less so and we’ve tried to answer everybody’s requests.
If you don’t already know we upload new phrases on to both our Facebook and Twitter pages ever day or so.
We post a new useful words or phrases which we hope anyone studying Korean, living in or just visiting South Korea might find useful.
Here is what we’ve posted recently, phrases 91 to 100.

Fresh Korean Phrase 91 – Please Go Straight

Please Go Straight - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 92 – Please Turn Right

Please Turn Right - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 93 – Drive a Car

Drive a Car - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 94 – Ride on a Bus

Ride on a Bus - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 95 – Ride on a Boat

Ride on a Boat - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 96 – Smell a Flower

Smell a Flower - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 97 – Why so Expensive?

Why so Expensive - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 98 – No Work Tomorrow!

No Work Tomorrow - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 99 – Happy New Year

Happy New Year - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 100 – It Seems Warmer

It seems Warmer - Fresh Korean

Also

For the previous recap set “81 to 90PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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Korean Numbers Writing Worksheet – 11 to 20

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This is our latest Korean Writing Worksheet Series. This series will look at Korean Numbers and Sino Korean Numbers. In this 5th part of the series we’ll look at the numbers 11 to 20 for the Korean Number System. The Korean number system is a little different from the Sino Korean which we looked at previously. The Korean Number system is used for a number of different things including: Counting, Quantities, Hours (i.e. O’Clock) and more. Also it only goes up to 99 and from 100 onwards you use the Sino Korean Numbers.

Obviously the Korean numbers 11 to 20 are less commonly used in everyday life than 1 to 10, however they are important to learn is some situations.

Free Worksheet Download

This Korean Number Worksheet can be downloaded either as a JPEG image or as a PDF file (below). Enjoy:

Korean Number Worksheet 11 - 20

CLICK HERE for the FREE PDF copy of “Korean Number Writing Worksheet 11 to 20” by Fresh Korean

Video

Here is a video we’ve made demonstrating how to say each of the Korean numbers 11 to 20, enjoy:

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Thank you for your time and please come back soon for the next part of this series.

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Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 81 – 90 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

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We’ve turned up the after burners on our recent phrases and have been posting at least 1 a day over the past few weeks so this recap so definitely overdue. If you don’t already know we upload new phrases on to both our Facebook and Twitter pages ever day or so.
We post a new useful words or phrases which we hope anyone studying Korean, living in or just visiting South Korea might find useful.
Here is what we’ve posted recently, phrases 81 to 90.

Fresh Korean Phrase 81 – Turn on the Heating / Boiler

Turn on the heating boiler - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 82 – Hot Chocolate Please

Hot Chocolate Please - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 83 – The Path is Slippery

The Path is Slippery - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 84 – The Dog is Very Fast

The Dog is Very Fast - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 85 – Let’s Go Christmas Shopping

lets go christmas shopping - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 86 – He is a Farmer

He is a Farmer - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 87 – Be Careful, it’s Hot!

Be Careful, it's hot - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 88 – Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 89 – Happy Hanukkah

Happy Hanukka - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 90 – Please Turn Left

Please Turn Left - Fresh Korean

Also

For the previous recap set “71 to 80PLEASE CLICK HERE.

If you have any questions, comment, requests or other feedback please feel free to let us know either by commenting below or via email / Twitter / Facebook.

Thank you and we hope you’ve enjoyed learning a little Korean today.

If you wish to learn more Korean we’ve posted many Free downloadable Resources right here: FREE RESOURCES

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