Weather in Korean Part 2 Writing Worksheet (Free PDF Printout / Download)

Fresh Korean Weather in Korean Worksheet Series BannerThis is part two of a new mini-series looking at different types of Weather in Korean. This series is aimed towards early learners or Korean Language beginners. Learning these types of weather can help in general conversation or in simple decision making, such as “do I need an umbrella today?”. Part 2 is a basic writing worksheet using the 8 different types of Weather featured in part 1 of the series (Flashcards Click Here).

Free Korean Writing Worksheet PDF Download

The free download below has the 8 different type of Weather featured in the flashcards part of this series. They are written in both English and Korean and then 1 tracing and then 1 blank. Like always to available either as a JPEG image or a high quality PDF file (both of course are free): Weather Korean Writing CLICK HERE for your “Weather in Korean – Writing Worksheet” from Fresh Korean

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Part 3 Practice Worksheet can be found here

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Thank you and we hope you’ve enjoyed learning a little Korean today.

If you wish to learn more Korean we’ve posted many Free downloadable Resources right here: FREE RESOURCES / YouTube Videos Here

For information on our Korean language courses please click here: KOREAN CLASSES

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Weather in Korean Part 1 Flashcards (Free PDF Printout / Download)

Fresh Korean Weather in Korean Worksheet Series BannerThis is part one of a new mini-series looking at different types of weather in Korean. This series is aimed towards early learners or Korean Language beginners. Part 1 is a set of flashcards featuring 8 different types of weather. Learning these types of weather can help in general conversation or in simple decision making, such as “do I need an umbrella today?”

Free Korean Flashcards PDF Download

The free download below has the 8 different types of weather on separate quarters of the page (2 in total). They are written in both English and Korean. Like always to available either as a JPEG image or a high quality PDF file (both of course are free):Weather Korean Flashcards Weather Korean Flashcards 2 CLICK HERE for your FREE “Weather in Korean – Flashcards” from Fresh Korean

Also

The 2nd and 3rd parts of the series can be found here: Part 2 Writing ~ Part 3 Practice Worksheet

If you have any questions, comment, requests or other feedback please feel free to let us know either by commenting below or via Email / Twitter / Facebook.

Thank you and we hope you’ve enjoyed learning a little Korean today.

If you wish to learn more Korean we’ve posted many Free downloadable Resources right here: FREE RESOURCES / YouTube Videos Here

For information on our Korean language courses please click here: KOREAN CLASSES

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Snowy – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Friday June 22nd

Snowy 눈이 많은 (Noon / Ee  Mal / Un)

Today is Friday and sadly that means the final day of weather word of the day week here at the Fresh Korean Institute. We have gone for Snowy today, it maybe still early Summer at the moment however in 6 months time it will be deadly cold and snowy.

So you know the Korean word 눈 (Noon) also means eyes as well as Snow.

Thank you for joining us during Weather week and please come back tomorrow are another interesting word of the day.

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Lightning – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Thursday June 21st

Lightning – 번개 (Bon / Gae)

For day 4 of weather week we have gone for the kind of weather that scares the pets and keeps golfers off the fairway, its Lightning. Almost always seen during a storm and always followed by thunder, lightning is the type of weather that only photographers and storm chasers like.

Thank for joining us here at the Fresh Korean Institute for day 4 of our Korean word of the day weather week.

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Rainy – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Tuesday June 19th

Rainy – 비가 오는 (Be / Ga Oh / Nern)

It maybe Bright, Sunny and over 30°c in Seoul today however Korea can also be quite rainy at times so this word sadly maybe used more than you’d like.

Please join us tomorrow for another Fresh Korean word of the day.

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Sunny – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Monday June 18th

Sunny – 햇빛 밝은 (Haet / Bit  Bal / Un)

To start the Fresh Korean Institute’s Weather week we have gone for the current and maybe most popular weather, Sunny.

There are a few different ways of saying Sunny in Korean however in this situation 햇빛 밝은 is the best. 햇빛 (Haet / Bit) means Bright, whilst 밝은 (Bal / Un) means weather. So when you put the two together  it makes logical sense.

Thank you for joining us on Day 1 of weather week and we hope to see you tomorrow for another weather Korean word of the day.

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Gloomy – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Sunday May 27th

Gloomy = 음울한 (eum / ul / han)

As the weather as been pretty depressing today we thought that the word gloomy summed up the mood for the day. The Word 음울한 (eum / ul / han) can also mean Dark or Dour, fingers crossed we wouldn’t have to use it much this summer.

Please check back tomorrow for another word of the day.
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