Korean Words

How To : Write and pronounce the Korean words for "good luck"

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "good luck." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Write and pronounce the Korean words for "I'm hungry"

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "I am hungry." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Write and say the Korean words for "I am going to work"

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "I'm going to work." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Say and write the Korean words for "I miss you"

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean word for "I miss you." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Say and write the Korean words for "I feel sick"

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean word for "I feel sick." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Write and say the Korean words for "thank you"

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean word for "thank you." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Say and write the words for "I'm angry" in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "I'm angry." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Pronounce Korean vocabulary with a word relay

Check out this Korean language tutorial video that demonstrates how to pronounce Korean words using word relays. Practice your Korean vocabulary skills with this word relay exercise. Korean is not an easy language to learn for foreigners, but there are definitely interesting a ...more

How To : Say and write the word for "hot" in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean word for "hot." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Pronounce and write the Korean word for "sorry"

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean word for "sorry." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Write and pronounce the Korean word for "Hello"

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean word for "hello." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Pronounce office related Korean vocabulary

Do you work in an office? Learn Korean words pertaining an office in Korea! Check out this Korean language tutorial that shows you how to pronounce office related vocabulary words. This video provides another great way to learn Korean, and continues with the Picture/Video Voca ...more

How To : Write and say "Happy New Year" in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "Happy New Year." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Ask someone how old he or she is in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "How old are you?" For details, and to get started using this Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Write and say "nice to meet you" in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "It's nice to meet you." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Tell someone "goodbye" or "see you later" in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "goodbye" and "see you later." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Ask someone where he or she is going in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "Where are you going?" For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Ask someone what time it is in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "What time is it?" For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Ask someone for his or her name in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "What is your name?" For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Ask someone for the current date in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "What day is it?" For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Write and say "I am well" or "I am fine" in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean words for "I am well" or "I am fine." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

How To : Say "I love you" in Korean

In this video we learn how to say "I love you" in Korean. Korean people generally don't say "I love you" because it's not a verbally expressive culture. You wouldn't often say "I love you" to a Korean woman or man. Learn how to say this by first learning how to say each of the ...more

How To : Say "hi" & "thank you" in Korean

We are taught in the video how to say hello and thank you in Korean. The Koren word for Hello is spoken several times so we're able to hear the pronunciation. It seems to have about four syllables in how she is saying it. We learn that the Korean word hello also means good m ...more

How To : Pronounce kitchen related vocabulary in Korean

Check out this Korean language tutorial video to practice your vocabulary with words pertaining to the kitchen. This instructional video is a part of the picture/vocabulary series to help learners practice their Korean language skills. This video is a great lesson for advanced ...more

News : Speedy PVC Pipe Sculptures

1000 words, or this: Created by Korean artist Kang Duck-Bong, these sculptures are made with a large number of cut PVC pipe, which is then covered in urethane paint. Currently on display at Gallery 4Walls in Seoul, Lorea through December 23rd.

How To : Say and write "I love you" in Korean

In this free video language lesson from Sunny Park of Mahalo, we learn how to say, pronounce and write the Korean word for "Korean." For details, and to get started using this handy Korean phrase yourself, watch this guide for Korean language learners.

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What better place to brave the Snowpocalypse than in a snowy simulacrum of a human skull? For those of you old enough to remember He-Man, yes, that's Castle Grayskull. And, oddly enough, the artist, Kilroy III, has actually done this before—nearly 20 years ago: The video tou ...more

How To : Say "I love you" in Korean

In this tutorial, we learn how to say Korean Travel Phrases #8 - I love you. Saranghamnida is how you say "I love you" in Korean. You will want to make sure you have the right pronunciation when you say this. If you don't say it correctly, you will be saying a completely diffe ...more

News : The Brain-Defying Human LCD Screen

Words can't express how awesome this is. These South Korean soccer fans make the American sports stadium tradition of "The Wave" look utterly pathetic in comparison. And high school kids, nonetheless! Via YouTube, "The most amazing thing is that they do this with their CLOTHE ...more

How To : Pronounce ATM related vocabulary

You're stranded in Korea, lost your tour group, and you need some money. You stop by an ATM, but, uh no! It's written all in Korean! What to do! Well, we have the lesson just for you. As you learn Korean with us, learn some essential vocabulary words that may just save you whe ...more

How To : Pronounce store related vocabulary in Korean

In today's Korean language lesson, we're stopping by a Korean convenience store to pick up some typical Korean food. We're hungry and ready to get some cheap Korean food on the go! There may be a lot of similarities with convenience stores with your country, but there are some ...more

How To : Pronounce Korean vocab while riding a bus

Remember when you were a kid, and you were always fascinated with buses? Every kid is fascinated with those big wheels, and spacious aisles. In this Korean language tutorial video, relive those memories as we go out for a picnic in Korea with Keith and Seol! And of course we'l ...more

How To : Practice Korean vocabulary with pictures

Check out this Korean language tutorial video to practice your vocabulary skills. This instructional video is a part of the picture/vocabulary series to help learners practice their Korean skills. This video is a great lesson for advanced learners who want to listen to native ...more

HowTo : Skip the Wait, Upgrade NOW to iPhone 4

Attention all iPhone users. Engadget posts a helpful tip on possibly avoiding that painfully long iPhone 4 upgrade wait: "Apple and AT&T have worked to give folks a little leniency, with existing AT&T users able to upgrade to the iPhone 4 'up to six months early.' In other w ...more

Ingredients 101 : The Know-It-All Guide to Peppers

You can find chili peppers in practically every cuisine. From the sweet Italian variety to the spicy Thai bird's chili and the smoky Mexican chipotle, peppers are ubiquitous and universally loved. But if you find the range and scope of these little fireballs overwhelming, you' ...more

News : Galaxy S8 Active to Be Another AT&T Exclusive

It turns out that the new Galaxy Samsung S8 Active (codenamed Cruiser) will be headed for AT&T in the US later this year, just like previous Active models. SamMobile revealed that the device would be exclusive to the network with a model number SM-G892A. The Merriam-Webster d ...more

Summer Hack : Hot Tea Can Cool You Down More Than Popsicles

Instinctively, we reach for popsicles and cold drinks when the temperatures climb, but doing something counterintuitive, like going for a hot drink or eating something spicy, is actually more effective at keeping you cool. Deutsche Well spoke with Professor Peter McNaughton, ...more

News : 11 Awesome Features Siri Gained in iOS 12 for iPhone

Since its humble beginnings on the iPhone 4S, Siri has come a long way. While each iteration of iOS sees new features for the iPhone assistant, iOS 12 offers users some of the best advancements in Siri we've seen in a long time, not the least of which is support for Shortcuts, ...more

Ranked : The 7 Best Paid Word Games for iPhone & Android

Word games can expand your vocabulary skills in all sorts of exciting and creative ways. Because of this, both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store are awash with word games, making it hard to differentiate between good and bad titles. This is especially troublesome if ...more

News : How Spam Went from Hated Ration to Cult Classic

Whether you simply can't stand it or consider it a separate food group (or not food at all), there's no denying that Spam is everywhere. America's favorite canned mystery meat got its humble beginning in Minnesota, but is now used in dishes and found in homes around the globe. ...more

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