Fresh Korean Useful Phrases 181 – 190 (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.
These phrases don’t really follow much of a pattern but are often linked to changes in the weather, seasons, events, holidays and more.
Here is what we’ve posted recently, phrases 181 to 190.

Fresh Korean Phrase 181 – I’m an University Student

I'm a University Student - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 182 – Do you like Bacon?

Do You Like Bacon - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 183 – I Like Bacon

I Like Bacon - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 184 – Happy EasterHappy Easter - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 185 – How Much Does the Bus Cost?How Much Does The Bus Cost - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 186 – Where Can I Buy a Postcard?

Where Can I Buy A Postcard - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 187 – Can I Borrow Your Cellphone?

Can I Borrow Your Cellphone - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 188 – Cash Only

Cash Only - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 189 – A Bowl of CerealA Bowl of Cereal - Fresh KoreanFresh Korean Phrase 190 – DinnerDinner - Fresh KoreanAlso

For the previous recap set “171 to 180PLEASE CLICK HERE.

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