I Want Fried Chicken – Short Korean Conversation 4

Here we have another short Korean conversation to help with in everyday life or just for aiding with your studies.

This conversation is between two people (friends/family/couple) talking about what to have for dinner and fried chicken. We hope you find it useful.

I Want Fried Chicken – Short Korean Conversation 4

Here is the conversation;

What do you want for dinner?
저녁 뭐 먹고 싶어요?

I want fried chicken.
프라이드 치킨 원해요.

Should we order delivery?
배달 주문할까요?

Good idea.
좋은 생각이에요.

Do you have any menus?
메뉴판 있어요?

Yes, on the refrigerator.
네, 냉장고에 있어요.

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Short Conversation 3 – Do you have a new phone? (CLICK HERE)

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Do you have a new phone? – Short Korean Conversation 3

Here we have another short Korean conversation to help with in everyday life or just for aiding with your studies.

This conversation is between two people (friends) at an event and they’re taking about taking a photo and their phones. We hope you find it useful.

Do you have a new phone? – Short Korean Conversation 3

Here is the conversation;

You should take a photo.
사진을 찍어요.

Great idea.
훌륭한 생각이에요.

Do you have a new phone?
새 휴대폰이 있어요?

No, it’s my old one.
아니요, 예전거예요.

Ah, new case?
아, 새케이스예요?

Yes, that’s right.
네, 맞아요.

 

Finally

Short Conversation 2 – At the Supermarket (CLICK HERE)

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At the Supermarket – Short Korean Conversation 2

Here we have another short Korean conversation to help with in everyday life or just for aiding with your studies.

This conversation is between two people (an employee and a customer) at a small local supermarket. We hope you find it useful.

At the Supermarket – Short Korean Conversation 2

Here is the conversation;

Hello, can I help you?
안녕하세요, 도와드릴까요.

Yes please. Where is the sugar?
네 도와주세요. 설탕이 어디있어요?

It’s over there next to the bread.
저기 빵앞에 있어요.

Also do you sell black tea?
홍차도 팔아요?

No, sorry we don’t.
아니요, 없어요.

Ah OK. Thank you.
아. 갑사합니다.

Finally

Short Conversation 1 – Where are you going? (CLICK HERE)

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Where are you going? – Short Korean Conversation 1

Here we have a short Korean conversation to help with in everyday life or just for aiding with your studies.

This conversation is between two people (maybe a Mom and Son) prior to going to the supermarket. We hope you find it useful.

Where are you going? – Short Korean Conversation 1

Here is the conversation;

Where are you going?
어디가요?

I’m going to the supermarket?
슈퍼마켓에 갈 거예요.

Can you buy some soda?
소다 좀 사줄수 있어요?

Yes, no problem. Which soda?
네, 그럼요. 어떤 소다?

Cider please.
사이다사 주세요.

OK. See you soon.
네. 이따 봐요.

Bye.
안녕히 다녀오세요.

Finally

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“The Gassy Lady and Step Daughter” Traditional Korean Story plus Free Worksheet 6

gassy woman and step daughter traditional story

It seems like it’s been forever since our last Traditional Story free resource, but hopefully the The Gassy Lady and Step Daughter (방귀쟁이 며느리) is worth the wait.

Here is a brief plot outline (we’ll try not to give everything away):
There once was a very gassy lady who farted louder than anyone else in her village. She even won competitions because of the power of her farts. But she was lonely and so decided to hide her skill. Some time later she met a man and they soon were married. However father-in-law found out about her farting and thought his son could do better. But on the trip back to her village the gassy lady was able to impress her father-in-law and he realized that she was special and his son had made a good choice.
The moral of the story is that everything is special in it’s own way.

The Free Download

To help you read, learn and enjoy this traditional Korean story we’ve written our own version based on the traditional story. Also we’ve made a complimentary worksheet to help with your comprehension. Both the story and the worksheet are all in Korean and therefore are designed for students at a high beginner or intermediate level at least.

Please click here on the image or link below for your Free PDF download, both the story and the worksheet are on the same file:

Korean Story Download

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Videos

Here is a version in Korean from TV channel EBS:

If we can find an English version we will post it here.

Coming Soon

Finally

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“Gold Axe Silver Axe” Traditional Korean Story plus Free Worksheet 5

Gold Axe Silver Axe Korean Story

Gold Axe Silver Axe which is also known as  The Honest Woodcutter or 금도끼 은도끼 is a traditional Korean story or fairy tale. The story is basically a Korean version an Aesop’s Fable of the same name,. The story focuses on a Woodcutter who accidentally drops his axe into the river, and then starts crying. Seeing this the God of the mountain dives into the river and bring out a Gold Axe. When asked if this was his axe the woodcutter honestly said no. After this the God of the mountain dives back into the river and retrieves a silver axe, but once again the woodcutter is honest as doesn’t claim this one either. Because of his honesty the God of the mountain gives the man both axes plus the one he lost.
Later a neighbor hears of the woodcutters fortune and throws his axe into the river and starts crying. When the God of the Mountain bring up a gold the greedy neighbor claims it as his own. The god refuses to give him it and doesn’t give him any axes.
The moral of the story is that honestly has it’s own reward.

The Free Download

To help you read, learn and enjoy this traditional Korean story we’ve written our own version based on the traditional story. Also we’ve made a complimentary worksheet to help with your comprehension. Both the story and the worksheet are all in Korean and therefore are designed for students at a high beginner or intermediate level at least.

Please click here on the image or link below for your Free PDF download, both the story and the worksheet are on the same file:

Korean Story Download

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Videos

Here is a version in English from Korean TV channel EBS:

Here is a version in Korean (the quality is a little low):

Finally

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“Kongji and Patzzi” Traditional Korean Story plus Free Worksheet 4

Kongji and Patzzi Tradtional Korean Story

Kongji and Patzzi (sometimes called Kongji and Patji) or 콩쥐 팥쥐 is a traditional Korean story or fairy tale. The story is basically a Korean version of Cinderella, a young girl (Kongji) ends up having to live with her mean stepmother and stepsister (Patji). She is basically treated like a slave until some magical animals and an angel help change her fortunes. After a series of event she meets a prince and lives happily ever after. Of course this is just a very basic overview and other things happen in the story.

The Free Download

To help you read, learn and enjoy this traditional Korean story we’ve written our own version based on the traditional story. Also we’ve made a complimentary worksheet to help with your comprehension. Both the story and the worksheet are all in Korean and therefore are designed for students at a high beginner or intermediate level at least.

Please click here on the image or link below for your Free PDF download, both the story and the worksheet are on the same file:

Korean Story Download

CLICK HERE for your FREE “Kongji and Patzzi” Traditional Korean Story plus Worksheet from Fresh Korean

Videos

Also here is a YouTube video of the “Kongji and Patzzi” story,  for your enjoyment. It has Korean subtitles as well as sound:

Here is a version in English from EBS, although this one is titled “Kongji and Patji”:

Finally here is a Gag Concert clip featuring the Kongji and Patzzi Story:

Finally

If you wish to catchup with the 3 previous traditional stories,  all of our free resources can be found here: FREE RESOURCES

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Thank you for your time and please come back soon for another traditional Korean story.

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