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Korean Vocabulary❤

Korean Vocabulary❤

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🌙 By djtaetae Updated Jun 15, 2016

Hello guys! This is my book of Korean vocabulary for those who wants to learn basic words of korean :) especially for those who love kpop and kdrama and wants to watch dramas without eng subs Heehee! Sadly there are no grammars and there may be sentences but if you want to learn anything else, please comment on what I should put in! Thanks for reading it! >_<

JihunYoung JihunYoung 4 days ago
In my korean dictionary aunt is achumonim uncle is achossi son is atul or atunim father is apochi or aponim mother is omoni and omonim grandfather is chopunim grandmother is chomonim
heenah_exo heenah_exo May 04
Omg  nehhhh please teach me Korean.. been dying for someone to actually teach me I'll follow you now if I'm not.
YoungNice17 YoungNice17 May 08
What should I call for a person who is younger than me? For example, the person's name is Yuki, then what should I call her if she's younger than me?☺️ this is good tho.
Pihu1D Pihu1D Apr 06
I have a doubt, I saw in a Korean Drama, girl calling her fiancé as Oppa and you said its older brother?
asher_slvr asher_slvr Mar 06
imo (이모) is your aunt from your father side. by other means, your father's sister. while gomo (고모) is your aunt from your mom's side or mum's sister. because Korean family culture practice patriarchal(?), so they are more to man side (if u understand what i mean)
jiminlettuce jiminlettuce Dec 14, 2016
this is really helpful!! but can you also add how to pronounce them too?