Basic Korean Conversation 12 – What Time Do You…? (Free Printout / Download)

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This is a follow on from a recent post “Telling the time in Korean“. The title “What Time Do You…?” might sound a little strange but it will make sense once you’ve read the conversation. So please enjoy this our 12th free basic Korean conversational printout / download. As always the conversation is in Korean (Hangul), English and romanized English.
This basic Korean conversation is between two people “Bon-Sang & Chelsea”, they are friends who are talking about what they are doing and when they are doing things. With references to time.

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Below we have a JPEG image of Basic Conversation 12 as well as a higher quality PDF copy below, we hope you enjoy and find the conversation useful:

What time do you - Basic Korean Conversation

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Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 171 – 180 (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 171 to 180.

Fresh Korean Phrase 171 – The Store is Closed

The Store is Closed - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 172 – My Back Hurts My Back Hurts - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 173 – This is My FriendThis is My Friend - Fresh Korean Fresh Korean Phrase 174 – This Room is DustyThis Room is Dusty - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 175 – WindmillWindmill - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 176 – You are MistakenYou Are Mistaken - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 177 – He is a DentistHe is a Dentsit - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 178 – I’m a Scientist I'm a Scientist - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 179 – Are you a Teacher?Are you a Teacher - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 180 – She is a TeacherShe is a Teacher - Fresh KoreanAlso

For the previous recap set “161 to 170PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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Telling the Time in Korean (Free PDF Printout / Download)

Telling the Time in Korean BannerTelling the time and time in general are very important parts of everyday life all around the world. Of course in Korean telling the time is a little different than in English but not a lot different. In Korean you use hours and minutes as well as AM and PM (if and when needed). The Hours use the Traditional Korean number system, whilst the Minutes use the Sino Korean number system. (Free worksheets related to both number systems can be found on our FREE RESOURCES page).

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The free download below simply shows how to write the time fully in Korean and how it is spoken. We’ve also included 5 useful phrases and Korean vocabulary. Like always to available either as a JPEG image or a high quality PDF file (both of course are free):

Telling the Time in Korean - Fresh KoreanCLICK HERE for your FREE copy of “Telling the Time in Korean by Fresh Korean”

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Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 161 – 170 (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 161 to 170.

Fresh Korean Phrase 161 – Yuna, you have a good eye for Shoes!

Yuna, you have a good eye for shoes - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 162 – I Like Baseball

I Like Baseball - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 163 – Can You Drive?

Can You Drive - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 164 – Do you want to play tennis?

Do you want to Play Tennis - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 165 – A Bottle of Cola Please

A Bottle of Cola Please - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 166 – I Love Cheese

I Love Cheese - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 167 – My Toilet is Broken

My Toilet is Broken - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 168 – It’s Strawberry Season

It's Strawberry Season - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 169 – It’s Coffee Time!

It's Coffee Time - Fresh Korean

Fresh Korean Phrase 170 – The Store is Open

The Store is Open - Fresh Korean

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For the previous recap set “151 to 160PLEASE 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.

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

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