Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 111 – 120 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

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We’re now moving forward quickly into the the 100’s and trying to catchup with what we’ve posted online.
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 111 to 120.

Fresh Korean Phrase 111 – There is Bad Fine Dust Today

There is bad fine dust today - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 112 – To Make a Phone Call

To Make a Phone Call - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 113 – To Turn on the TV

To Turn on the TV - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 114 – I Have a Dinner Appointment

I Have a Dinner Appointment - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 115 – To Ride a Subway

To Ride a Subway - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 116 – Let’s take the Elevator

Let's Take The Elevator - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 117 – I Have a Date at the Weekend

I Have a Date at the Weekend - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 118 – The Cat is Sleeping

The Cat is Sleeping - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 119 – Where is the nearest bus stop?

Where is the nearest Bus Stop - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 120 – I’m Dizzy

I'm Dizzy - Fresh Korean

Also

For the previous recap set “101 to 110PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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