Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 151 – 160 (Hangul, English, Romanized)

Fresh Korean Useful Phrases BannerWe’re now aiming for the next big milestone of 200 Phrases :).
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 151 to 160.

Fresh Korean Phrase 151 – Do You Like Pizza?

Do You Like Pizza - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 152 – I Have a Question

I Have a Question - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 153 – One Sandwich Please

One Sandwich Please - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 154 -Where is the closest ATM?

Where is the closest ATM - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 155 -Sunrise

Sunrise - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 156 – Sunset

Sunset - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 157 – I Want To Visit Busan

I Want To Visit Busan - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 158 – Have a Happy White Day

Have a Happy White Day - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 159 – My Father is a Picky Eater

My Father is a Picky Eater - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 160 – Have a Happy St. Patrick’s Day

Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day - Fresh Korean

Also

For the previous recap set “141 to 150PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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