Hand Cream – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday September 15th

Hand Cream – 핸드 크림 (Han/Der Ker/Reem)

Here is your quick Saturday Korean Word of the Day, today’s Fresh Korean Word of the Day is Hand Cream or 핸드 크림 in Korean.

You could in theory say “손 크림” as 손 means hand and 크림 means Cream, however the Konglish version is preferred and widely spoken.

Have a nice and enjoyable 주말, and we hope to see you again soon.

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Weekend – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday September 8th

Weekend – 주말 (Jew / Mal)

Here is your quick Saturday Korean Word of the Day, today’s word is very apt it is Weekend or 주말 in Korean.

Have a nice and enjoyable 주말, and we hope to see you again soon.

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Picture Frame – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday August 25th

Picture Frame – 액자 (Aeg / Ja)

Here is Saturdays quick Korean Word of the Day. Today’s word is Picture Frame or 액자 in Korean.

Thank you for your time and if you have any questions or requests please let us know.

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Egg – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday August 18th

Egg – 계란 ( Gye / Ran )

Hooray it’s the weekend and here is your quick Fresh Korean Word of the Day. Today’s word is Egg or in Korean 계란.

Thank you for your time and if you have any questions or requests please let us know :).

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Beach – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday August 4th

Beach – 해변 (Hae / Byon)

Hooray its the weekend and here is your quick Fresh Korean Word of the Day. Today’s Word is Beach or 해변.

The beach in the picture is of Eurwangni Beach near Incheon International Airport, the link will give you some more information about visiting maybe the best beach in the Incheon/Seoul area.

Thank you for your time today and see you again tomorrow.

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Book – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday July 7th

Book 책 – (Chaeg)

Hello and welcome to another Saturday Fresh Korean Word of the Day. Today we have gone for a simple one, it is Book or 책.

Although books are less utilized this days due to the development of tablet computers, smartphone and kindle like devices, they are still a day-to-day source of knowledge, insight and enjoyment the world over.

Thank you for your time today and please come back again tomorrow for another Fresh Korean Word of the Day.

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Umbrella – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday June 30th

Umbrella 우산 – Fresh Korean

Hello and welcome to a very wet and windy Saturday morning here in South Korea. Because of the weather we have gone for an apt word of the day, Umbrella or 우산.

We hope you have a fun and enjoyable weekend despite of the weather and please come back tomorrow for another Fresh Korean word of the day.

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Write – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday June 23rd

Write – 쓰다 (Ser / Da)

To we have gone for the word Write (쓰다). We have chosen this word because of our recent series of free writing worksheets (part 1 can be found here). It also useful for any ESL teachers in Korea working hard trying to explain to kids what to do.

Thank you for spending a little time today learning some Korean, please come back tomorrow for another Fresh Korean Word of the Day.

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Ladybug – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Saturday June 16th

Ladybug 무당벌레 (Mu / Dang / Bol / Lae)

As its now Summer here in South Korea we thought we would give you a bug word of the day to start your Saturday. We went for Ladybug (Ladybird if British) because they are found all over the world.

To example the structure of the word 무당  means a sorceress or witch and 벌레 simply means bug. So in Korean its not lady bug but Witchbug.

Thank you for your time and have a nice weekend.

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