How to Say in Korean

How to Say ‘Happy’ in Korean

We can all use a little positivity and happiness in our lives.

Therefore, if you are happy and you know it, then you should say it!

Once you know how to say ‘happy’ in Korean, you will be able to let people know how you are feeling. Learning how to express different emotions can really help you get closer to your Korean friends.

Let’s get to the bottom of this happy Korean word!

‘Happy’ in Korean

There are two words that are used to say ‘happy’ in Korean. The first word for happy is 행복하다 (haengbokhada). The second word for happy is 기쁘다 (gippeuda). Dictionaries usually translate 기쁘다 as ‘glad’, rather than ‘happy’. However, its meaning is very similar to the English word for ‘happy’.

 


How to Say ‘Friend’ in Korean

One of the best parts of learning a new language is all the new friends that you can make. Therefore, it’s an excellent idea to know how to say ‘friend’ in Korea! Once you know this word, you will be able to start talking about your friends in Korean.

Let’s talk about how to say the word ‘friend’ in Korean.

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The Word ‘Friend’ in Korean

Friend in Korean


How to Say ‘Stupid’ in Korean

Everyone feels a bit stupid sometimes. Or, maybe you notice something stupid, and want to express your feelings.

In this lesson we will look at how to say ‘stupid’ in Korean. Hopefully you won’t need to say this too often, but it is useful to know anyway!

There are two main ways to say ‘stupid’ in Korean. One is based on a noun, and the other on an adjective.

We will tackle both in this lesson. Let’s get to it!

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‘Stupid’ in Korean

To be stupid

The adjective for ‘stupid’ is 멍청하다 (meongcheonghada). This is used when making sentences such as ‘that is really stupid’.


How to Say ‘I Hate You’ in Korean

Although you might not use this phrase often, knowing how to say ‘I hate you’ in Korean can be quite useful! It is basically the same as saying “I hate that’, or ‘I hate it’. By learning how to say ‘I hate you’, you can express these feelings, even if you aren’t saying ‘I hate you’ directly to somebody.

The reason that this phrase is so useful is that in Korean, often the subject and object of a sentence (for example ‘I’ and ‘you’ in the phrase ‘I like you’) are not said. This means that you can just say ‘hate’, and people will know what thing you are talking about based on the context.

Let’s cover the different ways to say ‘I Hate You’ in Korean.

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How to Say ‘Welcome’ in Korean

Whether you are having friends over, or you are wondering what shop assistants are saying to you, it is useful to know how to say ‘welcome’ in Korean.

Once you learn this word you will start noticing it a lot. Let’s get to it, and give this phrase a nice warm ‘welcome’!

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‘Welcome’ in Korean

If you look up ‘welcome’ in the dictionary, you will more than likely see the word 환영하다 (hwanyeonghada).

This word is easy to remember (it sounds like 안녕, the word for ‘hello’), and is easy to use as it is a ‘hada’ verb, so can be used it a similar way to the Korean word 좋아하다 (to like).


How to Say ‘What Are You Doing?’ in Korean

It is always good to know a few conversation starters when learning a new language. Knowing how to say ‘What are you doing?’ in Korean will help you start conversations. Not only will this help you get more practice at speaking Korean, but it will also help you strengthen your friendships with Koreans!

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‘What Are You doing?’ in Korean

Using ‘What’ and ‘To Do’

There are lots of different ways to say ‘What are you doing?’ in Korean, but they all have two things in common. The first is the use of the word 뭐 (mwo), which means ‘what’. The second thing that they have in common is the use of the verb 하다 (hada), which means ‘to do’.


How to Say ‘Water’ in Korean

Ready for a quick 5-minute Korean lesson? We hope so, because we’re going to teach you how to say ‘water’ in Korean and get you using it in the next 300 seconds!

This is one of the first words many people learn in Korean, and rightfully so as it’s part of the 500 most commonly used nouns in Korean. The best part is, it’s easy to learn.

In this quick lesson, we’ll give you ways to memorize the new vocabulary word, start recognizing it in sentences and even get you to the point where you’re able to ask for water in a restaurant.

Let’s do it!


How to Say ‘Korea’ in Korean

Get ready to learn how to say ‘Korea’ in Korean, because we’re going to teach you how in about 5 minutes flat!

This is one of the first words many people learn in Korean, since it’s used to often when speaking Korean or traveling to Korea. It comes up time and time again.

In this short lesson, we’ll get you using the word and some other forms of it. We’re going to teach you how to say ‘Korea’ in Korean and as a bonus, we’ll give you some sample sentences, and give you ideas for how to remember it easily.

Let’s get right into it.

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‘Korea’ in Korean

The way to say ‘Korea’ in Korean is 한국 (hanguk). Just two syllables! Take a look at how it’s written in Korean and get a feel for its pronunciation:


How to Say ‘Really’ in Korean

The word ‘really’ is an important word in every language. If you have wondered how to say ‘really’ in Korean, then you’re in the right place!

By learning this important word, you can join in more with conversations and make more interesting sentences.

We’ll explain how and when to use ‘really’ in Korean.

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‘Really’ in Korean

Really in Korean


How to Say ‘I’m Bored’ in Korean

Life is exciting these days, especially in Korea!

Whether you’re working, traveling, or hanging out during your leisure time, there are plenty of things to do.

With all these choices, you’re sure to have a full calendar!

However, there are those rare times when you’ll need to know how to say ‘I’m bored’ in Korean. We’ll make sure you know how!


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