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Basics : Common Phrases to know when traveling to Korea

koreancafe:

Most of you that follow me, follow for 3 reasons
1) YOU ARE AMAZING ^_^ (I love you)
2) Because of KPOP/Dramas
3) You are going to Korea

SO for the next few posts:: these are the basic basic common phrases that one should know when traveling to Korea.


Hello. (formal) 안녕하세요. (ahn nyeong ha…

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09:06 PM
milkyypaws:

Hello cuties ^^ In this post, Im going to show you how to count in Korean ^__^ This post was requested, so if you want to know something, just ask 
Korean numbers?? In Korean, there are 2 different sets of numbers which you will hear ^^ These sets of numbers are used in different situations~these numbers are called ‘sino Korean numbers’ and ‘Native Korean numbers’ ~ Sino Korean numbers are actually based on chinese numbers~and native Korean numbers are pure korean basically :3 
When should I use sino and Native Korean numbers?
Native Korean- Counting physical objects (including people) and usually followed by a counter ( Counters are Korean words put on the end of a number when counting a specific object » 개, 명, 분, 잔, ~but don’t worry about this, I’ll write a post about it later ^^)- Years of age- Hours- Counting (in general)- Counting months (but only when used with the native Korean word for month/moon: 달)
Sino-Korean- For any number 100 or higher even if it would normally be expressed in native Korean (since native Korean only goes to 99)- Counting any unit of time other than hours - For creating the names of the months (number of month + 월 ~I’ll do a post on dates/time soon! ^^)- Money / currency- Math- Measurements (kilometers, grams, liters, etc.)- Phone numbers
I know it’s so much to remember, but don’t worry about it! Koreans will still understand you no matter what numbers you use ^__^ 
Native Korean Numbers: Let’s look at the first 10 native Korean numbers ^^:1) 하나 [ha-na] 2) 둘 [dul]3) 셋 [set] 4) 넷 [net]5) 다섯 [da-seot]6) 여섯 [yeo-seot]7) 일곱 [il-gop] 8) 여덟 [yeo-deol] « the ㅂ [b] is pretty much silent here ^^ 9) 아홉 [a-hop]10) 열 [yeol] First of all, if you’re wondering why the consonant ‘ㅅ’ makes a ‘t’ sound instead of a ‘s’ sound (eg. 셋, 넷, 다섯, 여섯) please read this post ^^ thanks<3 
To make 11 ~ all you need to do is: 10+1 ^^ 10 = 열 [yeol] 1 = 하나 [ha-na] 열+하나 = 열하나 [yeol-ha-na] = 11 Can you see how this works? ^^ ~To make 12,13,14 etc, you use this same rule, but of course with the right numbers ^^ 11) 열하나 [yeol-ha-na]12) 열둘 [yeol-dul]13) 열셋 [yeol-set]14) 열넷 [yeol-net]15) 열다섯 [yeol-da-seot]16) 열여섯 [yeol-yeo-seot]17) 열일곱 [yeol-il-gop]18) 열여덟 [yeol-yeo-dol] 19) 열아롭 [yeol-a-hop]20 스물 [seu-mul] 
Now we know that 20 = 스물 [seu-mul] ~ we add 20+1 together to make:스물하나 [seu-mul-ha-na] really long words for you all AHHAHA oh dear ~And this carries on and on all the way through Native Korean numbers until we reach 99 (« 99 is the last Native Korean number ^^) ~Now we know how to count, let’s count up in x10 ^^ 
10) 열 [yeol]20) 스물 [seu-mul] 30) 서른 [seo-lun] 40) 마흔 [ma-hun]50) 쉰 [swin] 60) 예슨 [yeh-sun] 70) 일흔 [il-heun]80) 여들 [yeo-dul] 90) 아흔 [a-hun]99) 아흔아홉 [a-hun-a-hop] WEEE and that’s all of the Native Korean numbers ^^ After you’ve practiced these numbers for a while, you can take a quiz I made earlier by clicking here ^^ 
Sino Korean NumbersThought we had finished eh? NO! AHAHA  ~No we’re going to learn how to say Sino Korean numbers. Remember that Sino Korean numbers are actually based on Chinese numbers, idk if they sound the same lol. But this is because Korean is Actually based on Chinese (and there are actually chinese letters used in Korean. This is called Hanja. Its like Kanji in Japanese I guess ^^)  Lets look at the first 10 sino Korean numbers: 1) 일 [il] 2) 이 [ee] 3) 삼 [sam]4) 사 [sa]5) 오 [oh]6) 륙 [ryuk] or 육 [yuk] ** 륙 becomes 육 when it’s the first or Only number when you are saying something! ^^ **7) 칠 [chil] 8) 팔 [pal] 9) 구 [gu]10) 십 [sip] (This actually makes kind of a ‘ship’ sound ^^) This is the part where Sino Korean numbers and Native Korean Numbers become slightly Similar. This is because to make 11 in Sino Korean Numbers, you add 10+1 to make 11: 10 = 십 1 = 일 십일 [sip-il] = 11. however Please don’t say 1+10 as this makes 일십 [il-ship] which makes no sense lol. 
11) 십일 [sip-il]12) 십이 [sip-ee]13) 십삼 [sip-sam]14) 십사 [sip-sa] 15) 십오 [sip-oh]16) 십육 [sip-yuk] (there is not another number following after 16, so we use 육 and not 륙. aish sorry, it so hard to explain this.)17) 십칠 [sip-chil] 18) 십팔 [sip-pal] 19) 십구 [sip-gu] 20) 이십 [ee-sip] 
Sino Korean Numbers are REALLY easy when saying 10,20,30 etc. This is because, all you have to do is say: 2+10 = 20:2) 이 [ee] 10) 십 [sip] 20) 이십 [ee-sip] Can you see how this works? ^^ 
10) 십 [sip] 20) 이십 [ee-sip] 30) 삼십 [sam-sip]40) 사십 [sa-sip] 50) 오십 [oh-sip]60) 육십 [yuk-sip] 70) 칠십 [chil-sip] 80) 팔십 [pal-sip] 90) 구십 [gu-sip] 100) 백 [baek] 
I hope you can all understand how this works ^^ its took me so long to write out HAHAHA so…after you’ve practiced, I made another quiz for you! You can take this quiz by clicking here. ^^ 

I’m sure you’re all wondering, ‘How do I make big numbers like 12345?! and how do I say 1000 won?’ ~~WELL TOUGH LUCK BECAUSE IM SHOWING THAT IN ANOTHER POST WHEN I HAVE THE ENERGY BWAHAHHA. 
Thanks so much for all the sweet comments I get when I make these posts<3 you’re all lovely<3 xoxox ~if you liked this post, please like it/reblog it :3 It took me like 2 hours to write this all out :L If you see any mistakes/typos, please don’t be afraid to tell me, (just don’t offend me please :s) thanks so much<3 xx 
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