16 Fresh Korean Color Flashcards (Free Printable / PDF Download)

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It’s been a while since our last free Korean resource so to make up for lost time here are 16 Korean Color Flashcards. Learning the different colors is useful in any language and can help in numerous situations from general conversation, to shopping and even when asking for directions.

These flashcards are useful for both young and old learners of Korean and best of all they’re free.

16 Fresh Korean Color Flashcards

Here are the 16 Fresh Korean Color Flashcards, split over 4 pages and of course color coded. The JPEG images are here and the PDF version is below, all of course are free. Enjoy:

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Korean / Hangul Combined Vowels Guide & Free Alphabet Chart Download

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In the Korean (Hangul) alphabet there are 14 regular consonants and 10 regular vowels. Many months ago we produced both an Alphabet chart and a practice writing series looking at these 140 consonant and vowel pairings. However there are also 11 commonly used combined vowels which if added to the 14 regular consonants makes an additional 151 pairings (291 in total). Below we have made both a guide to the creation and pronunciation (in English) of Korean combined vowels plus also a full combined vowels vs. consonants alphabet chart.

Korean Combined Vowels Creation and Pronunciation

Korean (Hangul) combined vowels can be split into two sections the 4 A sound combined vowels and the 7 W sound combined vowels.

Firstly the A sound vowels, here is a chart showing how each one is created:

Korean A Vowel Combinations

As you can see from the chart each vowel combination ends in  a (E sound) and so when combined with the ㅏ,ㅓ,ㅑ and make the following sounds; sounds like A (similar to the saying the letter in English),sounds like Ae (like the start of the English word End). Next we have which sounds like yeh & sounds like yah.

Secondly the W sound combined vowels, once again here is a chart showing how each vowel is created:

Korean W vowel combinations

The first two combined vowels are which sounds Wa (like in Wario) and which sounds like Wo (like in Water). The next three ᅫ, ᅰ and are all similar and require the use of different tones; sounds like the start of  “Wag”, sounds like the start of “Wedding” and sounds like the start of “Weight”. There is also which sounds the same as Wii as in the Nintendo Wii. Finally we have which has a unique double sound like in the word “Gooey”.

Korean Combined Vowels Alphabet Chart

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Extended Happy New Year Practice Korean Conversation (Free Download / Printout)

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As 2013 is all a few days away we have put together our first Extended Korean Conversation. The topic is “Happy New Year” and is between two people Mi Jin & Ju Seok, they are talking about the meaning of “새해 복 많이 받으세요” (Happy New Year in Korean). They go on to talk about their plans & dreams for the new year. Also included is a letter to a foreign friend (written in Korean).

The conversation and letter span 5 pages and should take between 15 and 25minutes to read. The level is a mixture of beginner and intermediate concepts. Due to the size of the conversation we’re only uploading a PDF version as a JPEG copy is not easily readable.

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We would like to wish everyone a very happy new year (새해 복 많이 받으세요) and hope you enjoy learning a little Korean.

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

Here is another combo worksheet that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to transportation and includes 5 different modes of transport (Airplane, Bicycle, Bus, Car and Ferry)

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

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

Has is another of our combo worksheets that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to colors and includes 15 of the most used colors from Red all the way though the rainbow to Gold.

Here is the worksheet (2 pages), you can either copy the JPG pictures or download the higher quality PDF File below. Enjoy:

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Numbers in Korean, both Korean & Sino – Practice Vocabulary & Writing Worksheet (Printout / Download)

This is another of our combo worksheets that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to numbers and includes the both the Sino and Korean number systems, from 1 up to 100.

The Sino number system is on the right side and the Korean number system is on the left side. The Sino and Korean number systems are the same after 99.

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

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

Hello again for another of our combo worksheets that combine both Korean vocabulary and writing. This worksheet is related to the months of the year. (January to December). Months in Korean are very simple, they basically use the Sino counting system plus 월 on the end. The only strange one is June which is written 육월 but is spoken 유월 (You / Wol).

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