Study Korean Vocabulary With Me

Study Korean Vocabulary With Me

I have started studying a Korean Language since October 2017. My main purpose for studying the language is to break the communication barrier between my Korean boyfriend and I.  I started to join groups which study Korean. In addition to that, I downloaded an app from Google Playstore to memorize the Korean alphabet and to know the proper way of writing Hangeul.  I just found out that reading Korean will be easier because I already know Hangeul.

From then on, I have kept memorizing Korean vocabularies and Korean expressions. But as time goes by, I have noticed that some Korean words are difficult to memorize. It has been like today I know what is the Korean term for something, then tomorrow I no longer remember the Korean term for that something.

I do not know if I am going to take a Korean exam in the future but by and by, I realized that studying Korean is kind of addicting. I have been enjoying it that as much as I can, I always try to speak, write, see, and think in Korean.

This 2018, I included studying Korean as one of my goals. For the month of January, I will be going to post photos with its Korean counterpart and the way it is read or pronounced. Study along with me if you are a K-Drama fanatic or just want to travel to Korea and communicate with the locals.

For the whole month of January, I will be taking photos of anything that I see around me. They are so-called “Nouns” in English or  “명사” (myeongsa) in Korean. These are all random photos and I will be adding more per week.

WEEK 1

  1. 빗 – comb

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2. 노트북 – laptop

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3. 문 – door

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4. 가의 – scissors

 

5. 라디요 – radio

 

6. 다리미 – iron

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7. 텔레비전 – television

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8. 청장 – ceiling

 

9. 의자 – chair

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10. 침대 – bed

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WEEK 2

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WEEK 3

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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.

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