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Korean Language 751538256538680401 - In this lesson we will introduce the words for the days of the week in Korean. These words have their roots in the Chinese language and the elements of nature. Source by Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Learn A New Language, Chinese Language, German Language, Spanish Language, French Language, South Korean Language, Korean Slang

-요일 - The Korean Days of the Week - Kimchi Cloud

In this lesson we will introduce the words for the days of the week in Korean. These words have their roots in the Chinese language and the elements of nature.

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Korean Language 543246773794794098 - ~ Here are some hangul notes from when I started learning, some of you have asked me to send them to you, so I figured I should post them Those notes are from the Korean from zero… Source by comateen Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Learning Korean For Beginners, Korean Phrases, Korean Quotes, Japanese Phrases, Language Study, Learn A New Language, German Language

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02.05.17 ~ 5℃🌬☁️🌧 Here are some hangul notes from when I started learning, some of you have asked me to send them to you, so I figured I should post them Those notes are from the Korean from zero...

Korean Language 736479345284769207 - To say “I hate you” in Korean, you say “neega shiro” (in Hangul: 네가 싫어 ), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it is used in context. Source by annaellesoulet Korean Slang, Korean Phrases, Korean Quotes, Korean Words Learning, Korean Language Learning, Spanish Language, Italian Language, French Language, German Language

네가 싫어 - How to Say "I Hate You" in Korean - Kimchi Cloud

To say "I hate you" in Korean, you say "neega shiro" (in Hangul: 네가 싫어 ), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it is used in context.

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아쉽다 [ashwipda] - what a shame

134 Likes, 0 Comments - Korean-English Dictionary (@korengdictionary) on Instagram: “아쉽다 [ashwipda] what a shame (adj.) sad, sorry; to miss, to feel the absence/lack of; to be left…”

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