Knife – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday October 3rd

Knife – 칼 (Kal)

Hello again and welcome to another Fresh Korean word of the day. The weeks topic is cutlery and we’re moving on from spoon yesterday to the Knife orin Korean today.

Don’t forgot to return tomorrow for word of the day number 4.

Here a quick reminder that this Saturday is our October Fresh Korean Event: We’re going to watch some K-League action between Incheon & Seongnam, plus the bonus of some free Makkoli (Korean Rice Wine).

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Kitchen – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday September 5th

Kitchen – 부엌 (Bu / Ok)

Has this the 3rd Rooms around a house word of the day. Today we are moving into the Kitchen or in Korean 부엌.

부엌 is an interesting word as it is one of only a few to have the second consonant. Kitchen can be also be called 주방 (Jew / Bang) however this is a little old fashioned.

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

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Eraser – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for August 29th

Eraser – 지우개 (Jee / Ow / Jae)

Here is the 3rd stationary related Korean word of the day. Today’s word is Eraser (Rubber for the Brits) or 지우개 in Korean.

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Chef – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday August 22nd

Chef – 요리사 ( Yo / Ree / Sa )

This is Job number 3 of our Jobs Word of the day week. Today’s job is Chef or 요리사 in Korean.

In Korea there is almost a resturant on every corner and therefore as you might expect there are many chefs.

Thank you for your time and please come back tomorrow for Job number 4.

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Desert – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday July 25th

Desert – 사막 (Sa / Mag)

Well we’ve made it to the middle of the week and our 3rd geological word of the day. Today’s word is Desert or 사막. Of course South Korea has no desert’s however at the moment it does feel like desert type heat outside.

Thank you for your interest today and please come back tomorrow for word number 4.

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Nose – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday July 18th

Nose – 코 (Koh)

Well today is Wednesday and that means that it is day 3 of our parts of the face word of the day week. Today’s word is Nose or 코.

Thank you for your interest today and just a reminder that it’s only 3 days until our first public event more details can be found here: FC Seoul vs. Busan I Park – Fresh Korean Event on Saturday July 21st or check out the poster below.

 
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Bus – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday July 11th

Bus – 버스 (Bo / Ser)

Welcome to the third installment of our Transportation word of the day week. Today’s word is Bus or 버스, so it is the same in both Korean and English.

Buses in South Korea are the method of transport for the rich and poor alike, they are numerous and regular. Prices for local buses are generally W1050 and then W2000+ for the intercity or express buses.

Thank you for your time and please come back again tomorrow for part 4.

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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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Dragon – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday June 27th

Dragon – 용 (Yong)

Well it’s Wednesday and so that make today day 3 of our animal week. Today we have gone for a popular mythological creature the Dragon (용). As in many cultures worldwide Dragons have appeared in Korean ancient history, mainly due to the Chinese influence in the past.

Please come back tomorrow  for day 4 of our animal week.

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Tennis – Fresh Korean Word of the Day for Wednesday June 13th

Tennis – 테니스 (Tae / Ne / Ser)

Tennis (테니스) maybe a global favorite however it has never really taken off in Korea. Part of the reason behind that is the lack of successful professional players, currently Korea only has a handful of players playing professionally. The main examples are Lee Jin-a and Kim So-jung, however they are both ranked outside the world top 200.

There is a WTA (Women’s Tennis) tourament held yearly (normally September) at the Olympic Park in Seoul, the 2011 winner was Spanish player Maria Jose Martinez Sanchez.

Thank you for stopping by today and we hope to see you tomorrow for sport number 4.

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