Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 131 – 140 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

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We started this series 8 months ago and we’re now moving well past the 100 mark and hopefully will soon reach the magic 150 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 131 to 140.

Fresh Korean Phrase 131 – I Need to Wear Glasses

I Need to Wear Glasses - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 132 – I like Listening to Music

I like listening to music - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 133 – I Don’t Like Reading Books

I don't like reading books - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 134 -I Love You

I Love You - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 135 – Happy Valentine’s Day

Happy Valentine's Day - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 136 – I Need to Save Some Money

I Need to Save Some Money - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 137 – When does the Last Bus Arrive?

When Does The Last Bus Arrive - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 138 – The Teddy Bear is Brown

The Teddy Bear is Brown - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 139 – It Was a Long Day

It was a long day - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 140 – Do You Have a Map?

Do you have a Map - Fresh KoreanAlso

For the previous recap set “121 to 130PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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