Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

KOREAN VOCABULARY ABOUT PLACES

Theater – 극장   //  Let’s go to the theater – 극장에 가요.

Classroom – 교실 // Let’s go to the classroom. 교실에 가요.

 Market – 시장 // Let’s go to the market. 시장에 가요

Hospital – 병원 // Let’s go to the hospital. 병원에 가요..

Supermarket – 슈퍼마켓 // Let’s go to the supermarket. 슈퍼마켓에 가요.

Comfort Room – 화장실 // Where is the comfort room? 화장실이 어디있어요?

Beauty Salon – 미용실 // Where is the beauty salon? 미용실이 어디있어요?

Church – 교회 // Where is the church? 교회가 어디있어요?

House – 집 // Where is the house? 집이 어디있어요?

Pharmacy or Drug Store – 약국 // Where is the pharmacy? 약국이 어디있어요?Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

 

Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

 Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

 Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

 

 

 

 

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Ana Rose was born and raised in the Philippines. A full-time teacher and a part-time student. She loves her simple and yet adventurous life with her wonderful family, great friends, and supportive boyfriend. Roads and Pages serves as her outlet to share what she loves to do the most in her life. Those are spending time with people who matter the most, reading books, and traveling one country at a time.

Author : Ana Rose Alvaro

Ana Rose was born and raised in the Philippines. A full-time teacher and a part-time student. She loves her simple and yet adventurous life with her wonderful family, great friends, and supportive boyfriend. Roads and Pages serves as her outlet to share what she loves to do the most in her life. Those are spending time with people who matter the most, reading books, and traveling one country at a time.

2 Comments to Learn Korean Vocabulary About Places

  1. Gene Rose says:

    Ha, this section on tour blog takes me back to high school! In sophomore year, we had a Korean classmate, and we were asking her Korean words in substitute to Filipino and English, in order to keep our conversations just among us. I think at that time we wanted to talk publicly but also hide the main topic. Mind you, this was way before the Kdrama and Kpop boomed so it was like our secret convo. Fun days!

    • Ana Rose Alvaro says:

      Thanks Gene! Does it mean you can speak and understand Korean since you started studying it when you were still in high school?

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