- 1 How do Koreans read the date?
- 2 How do you say months and days in Korean?
- 3 How do you say years in Korean?
- 4 How do you say the days of the week in Korean?
- 5 How do you say today in Korean?
- 6 How do Koreans lose weight?
- 7 What does Haru mean in Korean?
- 8 What is WHO Korean?
- 9 What is my Korean name?
- 10 How do you say 1000 in Korean?
- 11 How do you ask age in Korean?
- 12 What is Sal in Korean?
- 13 What does Hana Dul set mean?
- 14 How do you count Sino Korean?
How do Koreans read the date?
In Korea, the order of the date is written: 1.) Year, 2.) Month, and 3.) Day. We’ll explain this in more detail later, but for now, here’s how you need to write dates in Korean: [“year”]년 ( nyeon ), [“month”]월 (wol), [“day”]일 (il). For example, let’s say that today is the 26th of January, 2019.
How do you say months and days in Korean?
Here is the list of months in Korean:
- 일월 (irwol) – January.
- 이월 (iwol) – February.
- 삼월 (samwol) – March.
- 사월 (sawol) – April.
- 오월 (owol) – May.
- 유월 (yuwol) – June.
- 칠월 (chirwol) – July.
- 팔월 (parwol) – August.
How do you say years in Korean?
“– 년 ” is a word for a “year” in Korean, and you can simply add the Sino Korean numbers to “년 ” to talk about the specific year. The year 2017 is “2017년 (이천십칠 년 )” in Korean. The word for 1,000 is “천”, so the year 2,000 becomes “이천 = 이 (2) + 천(1,000)” and 17 is “십칠 = 십(10) + 칠(7).”
How do you say the days of the week in Korean?
These meanings might help you make some associations so you can more easily remember the Korean days of the week:
- Monday 월요일 (wollyoil)
- Tuesday 화요일 (hwayoil)
- Wednesday 수요일 (suyoil)
- Thursday 목요일 (mongnyoil)
- Friday 금요일 (geumyoil)
- Saturday 토요일 (toyoil)
- Sunday 일요일 (illyoil)
How do you say today in Korean?
The word for how to say today in Korean is 오늘 (oneul).
How do Koreans lose weight?
The Korean Weight Loss Diet is mostly based on whole, minimally-processed foods and smaller amounts of grains, meat, fish, seafood, or meat substitutes. The Korean Weight Loss diet encourages you to eat the following foods:
- Protein-rich animal products.
- Meat substitutes.
- Other wheat-free grains.
What does Haru mean in Korean?
Haru is a Japanese word that means “spring (season)”. Haru is also a Korean word that means ” day” in Korean. Haru may also refer to: Haru (woreda), a woreda (district) in Ethiopia. Haru (given name), a unisex Japanese given name.
What is WHO Korean?
Who in Korean – 누구 (nugu) If you want to know someone’s name or identity, you can ask “who” in Korean as 누구 (nugu).
What is my Korean name?
What is your name? 이름이 뭐에요?
How do you say 1000 in Korean?
There is a word for “1,000” in Korean and English. It is “천” and “one thousand” respectively. There is a word for “10,000” in Korean (“만”), but there is not a separate word for this in English. We just use the previous denomination “thousand” with “ten” to say “ten thousand.”
How do you ask age in Korean?
You can also ask someone’s Korean age by using this question: 나이가 어떻게 되세요? (naiga eotteoke doeseyo?) How old are you?
What is Sal in Korean?
When denoting the age of a person, one will usually use sal ( 살 ) for the native Korean numerals, and se (세; 歲) for Sino-Korean. For example, seumul-daseot sal (스물다섯 살) and i-sib-o se (이십오 세; 二十五 歲) both mean ‘twenty-five-year-old’. See also East Asian age reckoning.
What does Hana Dul set mean?
Hana dul set!”, which translates to ” one, two, three! ”
How do you count Sino Korean?
The Sino-Korean Numbers, also known as the China System, are what we looked at already:
- 1: 일 (il)
- 2: 이 (i)
- 3: 삼 (sam)
- 4: 사 (sa)
- 5: 오 (o)
- 6: 육 (yuk)
- 7: 칠 (chil)
- 8: 팔 (pal)