Fruits in Korean – Practice Vocabulary & Writing Worksheet (Printout / Download)

This is the first of many combo worksheets that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to fruits and includes 5 different fruits (Apple, Banana, Orange, Strawberry & Watermelon).

Here is the worksheet, you can either copy the JPG picture or download the higher quality PDF File below. Enjoy:

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Orange – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Friday July 6th

Orange 오렌지 (Oh / Raen / Jee)

Hooray it’s Friday and here is your Friday Fresh Korean Word of the Day. Today’s word is the final word of fruit week and it is Orange or 오렌지.

Sometimes you might see and hear an Orange called 귤 which although can mean Orange is it more likely to be “Tangerine”.

Thank you for your support and interest this week and we all hope you have a nice and relaxing weekend.

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Banana – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday July 4th

Banana 바나나 – ( Ba / Na / Na )

Well we have gone for a simple one today, Banana is the same in both Korean and English. Like nearly every country in the world Bananas are popular in Korea but don’t grow natural and therefore are imported. Both of this the cost of Bananas stays pretty similar all year round.

Thank you for your time and we hope to see you again tomorrow.

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Apple – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Tuesday July 3rd

Apple – 사과  (Sa / Gwa)

We have gone for a worldwide favorite fruit for our fruit word of the day. Today’s word is Apple or 사과. Apples are plentiful in Korea but sad quiet expensive in comparison to western countries. The best time to find cheap apples is in September or October.

We hope you have learnt something and please come back soon for another Fresh Korean word of the day.

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