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Time In Korean

 Vocabulary about Time in Korean
Realative time Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female” buttontext=”초”]초
[/responsivevoice]
Seconds cho
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female” buttontext=”분”]분
[/responsivevoice]
Minute bun
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female” buttontext=”시”]시
[/responsivevoice]
Hour si
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female” buttontext=”n 시간”]n 시간
[/responsivevoice]
n Hours sigan
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female” buttontext=”한 나절”]한 나절[/responsivevoice] One day han najeol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female” buttontext=”반 나절”]반 나절[/responsivevoice] Half a day ban najeol

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Seasons in Korean

 Vocabulary about Seasons
Realative time Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]계절
[/responsivevoice] 계절
Season gyejeol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]사계절
[/responsivevoice] 사계절(4계절)
4 Seasons sagyejeol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]봄
[/responsivevoice] 봄
Spring bom
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]초봄[/responsivevoice]초봄 Early Spring chobom
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]늦봄[/responsivevoice]늦봄 Late Spring neujbom
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 여름
[/responsivevoice] 여름
Summer  yeoleum
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]초여름[/responsivevoice]초여름 Early Summer choyeoleum
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]한여름[/responsivevoice]한여름 Mid Summer han-yeoleum
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]늦여름[/responsivevoice]늦여름 Late Summer neuj-yeoleum
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 가을
[/responsivevoice] 가을
Fall/autumn ga-eul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]초가을[/responsivevoice]초가을 Early Fall/autumn choga-eul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]늦가을[/responsivevoice]늦가을 Mid Fall/autumn neujga-eul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 겨울
[/responsivevoice] 겨울
Winter  gyeoul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]초겨울[/responsivevoice]초겨울 Early Fall/autumn chogyeoul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]한겨울[/responsivevoice]한겨울 Winter hangyeoul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]늦겨울[/responsivevoice]늦겨울 Late Winter neujgyeoul

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Holidays and Anniversaries in Korea

Holidays and Anniversaries

#1. Holidays

Holidays Date Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
신정[/responsivevoice] 신정
1st Jan New Year’s day sinjeong
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
새해[/responsivevoice] 새해
saehae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
설날[/responsivevoice] 설날
1st day of the 1st Lunar month Seollal seolnal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
구정[/responsivevoice] 구정
gujeong
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
삼일절[/responsivevoice] 삼일절 (3.1절)
1st Mar March 1st Movement Day sam-iljeol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
어린이날[/responsivevoice] 어린이날
5th May Children’s Day eolin-inal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
석가탄신일[/responsivevoice] 석가탄신일
8th day of the 4th Lunar month Buddha’s Birthday seoggatansin-il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
현충일[/responsivevoice] 현충일
6th Jun Memorial Day hyeonchung-il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
광복절[/responsivevoice] 광복절
15th Aug Liberation Day gwangbogjeol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
추석[/responsivevoice] 추석
15th day of the 8th Lunar month Chuseok chuseog
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
개천절[/responsivevoice] 개천절
3rd Oct National Foundation Day gaecheonjeol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
한글날[/responsivevoice] 한글날
9th Oct Hangul Day hangeulnal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
성탄절[/responsivevoice] 성탄절
25th Dec Chrisrmas Day seongtanjeol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
크리스마스[/responsivevoice] 크리스마스
keuliseumaseu

#2. Anniversary

Anniversary Date Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
발렌타인데이[/responsivevoice] 발렌타인데이
14th Feb Valentine’s Day ballentaindei
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
화이트데이[/responsivevoice] 화이트데이
14th Mar White Day hwaiteudei
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
블랙데이[/responsivevoice] 블랙데이
14th Apr Black Day beullaegdei
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
제헌절[/responsivevoice] 제헌절
17th Jul Constitution Day jeheonjeol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
국군의날[/responsivevoice] 국군의날
1st Oct Armed Forces Day guggun-uinal

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Counting days

 Vocabulary about Counting days
Counting days Meaning Romanization 
Way 1 Way 2
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]일 일, 하루
[/responsivevoice]1일(일 일)
하루 a day  il il, halu
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]이 일, 이틀
[/responsivevoice]2일(이 일)
이틀 2 days  i il, iteul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]삼 일, 사흘
[/responsivevoice]3일(삼 일)
사흘 3 days  sam il, saheul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]사 일. 나흘
[/responsivevoice]4일(사 일)
나흘 4 days  sa il, naheul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]오 일. 닷새
[/responsivevoice]5일(오 일)
닷새 5 days  o il, das-sae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]육 일
[/responsivevoice]6일(육 일)
 – 6 days  yug il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]칠 일
[/responsivevoice]7일(칠 일)
 – 7 days  chil il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]팔 일
[/responsivevoice]8일(팔 일)
 – 8 days  pal il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]구 일
[/responsivevoice]9일(구 일)
 – 9 days  gu il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]십 일, 열흘
[/responsivevoice]10일(십 일)
열흘 10 days  sib il, yeolheul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]십일 일
[/responsivevoice]11일(십일 일)
 – 11 days  sib-il il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]십이 일
[/responsivevoice]12일(십이 일)
 – 12 days  sib-i il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]십삼 일
[/responsivevoice]13일(십삼 일)
 – 13 days  sibsam il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]십사 일
[/responsivevoice]14일(십사 일)
 – 14 days  sibsa il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]십오 일, 보름
[/responsivevoice]15일(십오 일)
보름 15 days  sib-o il, boleum

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Week-Relative Time

Relative Time - Week
Realative time Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 주
[/responsivevoice]주
Week ju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 주중
[/responsivevoice]주중
Weekday jujung
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 주말
[/responsivevoice]주말
Weekend jumal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 지지난 주
[/responsivevoice]지지난 주
Week before last week jinanju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 저번 주
[/responsivevoice]저번 주
Last week jeobeon ju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 지난 주
[/responsivevoice]지난 주
jinan ju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 이번 주
[/responsivevoice]이번 주
This week ibeon ju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 다음 주
[/responsivevoice]다음 주
Next week da-eum ju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 다다음 주
[/responsivevoice]다다음 주
week after next week dada-eum ju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 매주
[/responsivevoice]매주
Every week maeju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 같은 주
[/responsivevoice]같은 주
The same week gat-eun ju
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””] 다른 주
[/responsivevoice]다른 주
Another week daleun ju

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Time of the day

Word Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
낮[/responsivevoice] 낮
Day naj
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
밤[/responsivevoice] 밤
Night bam
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
오전[/responsivevoice] 오전
Before at noon ojeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
오후[/responsivevoice] 오후
Afternoon ohu
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
아침[/responsivevoice] 아침
Morning (Breakfast) achim
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
점심[/responsivevoice] 점심
Noon (Lunch) jeomsim
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
정오[/responsivevoice] 정오
jeong-o
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
저녁[/responsivevoice] 저녁
Evening (Supper) jeonyeog
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
자정[/responsivevoice] 자정
Midnight jajeong
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
새벽[/responsivevoice] 새벽
Dawn saebyeog

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Day-Relative Time

Relative Time - Day
Realative time Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
일[/responsivevoice] 일
Day il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
그저께(그제)[/responsivevoice] 그저께(그제)
Day before Yesterday geujeokke, geuje
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
어제[/responsivevoice] 어제
Yesterday eoje
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
오늘[/responsivevoice] 오늘
Today oneul
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
금일[/responsivevoice] 금일
geum-il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
내일[/responsivevoice] 내일
Tomorrow naeil
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
익일[/responsivevoice] 익일
ig-il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
모레[/responsivevoice] 모레
Day after tomorow mole
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
내일 모레[/responsivevoice] 내일 모레
naeil mole
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
매일[/responsivevoice] 매일
Everyday maeil
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
날마다[/responsivevoice] 날마다
nalmada
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
하루종일[/responsivevoice] 하루종일
All day halujong-il
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
며칠[/responsivevoice] 며칠
A few days myeochil
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
같은 날[/responsivevoice] 같은 날
The same day gat-eun nal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다른 날[/responsivevoice] 다른 날
Another day daleun nal

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Month-Relative time

Relative Time - Month
Realative time Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
달[/responsivevoice]달
Month dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
월[/responsivevoice]월
wol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
저저번 달[/responsivevoice]저저번 달
Month before last month jeojeobeon dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
지지난 달[/responsivevoice]지지난 달
jijinan dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
저번 달[/responsivevoice]저번 달
Last  month jeobeon dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
지난 달[/responsivevoice]지난 달
jinan dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
이번 달[/responsivevoice]이번 달
This  month ibeon dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
이달[/responsivevoice]이달
idal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
금월[/responsivevoice]금월
geum-wol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
차월[/responsivevoice]차월
chawol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다음 달[/responsivevoice]다음 달
Next  month da-eum dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
내달[/responsivevoice]내달
naedal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
익월[/responsivevoice]익월
ig-wol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다다음 달[/responsivevoice]다다음 달
Month after next  month dada-eum dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
매달[/responsivevoice]매달
Every month maedal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
매월[/responsivevoice]매월
maewol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다달이[/responsivevoice]다달이
dadal-i
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
달마다[/responsivevoice]달마다
dalmada
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
초순[/responsivevoice]초순
The First 10 days of the month chosun
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
중순[/responsivevoice]중순
The middle ten days of a month jungsun
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
하순[/responsivevoice]하순
The last ten days of a month hasun
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
월초[/responsivevoice]월초
The beginning of a month wolcho
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
월말[/responsivevoice]월말
The end of the month wolmal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
새 달[/responsivevoice]새 달
New month sae dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
같은 달[/responsivevoice]같은 달
The same month gat-eun dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
같은 월[/responsivevoice]같은 월
gat-eun wol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다른 달[/responsivevoice]다른 달
Another month daleun dal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다른 월[/responsivevoice]다른 월
daleun wol
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
분기[/responsivevoice]분기
A Quarter of year bungi
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
일사분기[/responsivevoice]1/4분기(일사분기)
The first quarter ilsabungi
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
이사분기[/responsivevoice]2/4분기(이사분기)
The second quarter isabungi
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
삼사분기[/responsivevoice]3/4분기(삼사분기)
The third quarter samsabungi
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
사사분기[/responsivevoice]4/4분기(사사분기)
The fourth quarter sasabungi
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
반기[/responsivevoice]반기
A half year bangi
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
상반기[/responsivevoice]상반기
The first half of the year sangbangi
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
하반기[/responsivevoice]하반기
The second half of the year habangi

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Year-Relative Time

Relative Time - Year
Realative time Meaning Romanization
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
해[/responsivevoice] 해
Year hae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
년[/responsivevoice] 년
nyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
지지난 해[/responsivevoice] 지지난 해
Year before last year jijinan hae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
재작년[/responsivevoice] 재작년
jaejagnyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
지난 해[/responsivevoice] 지난 해
Last  year jinan hae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
작년[/responsivevoice] 작년
jagnyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
올해[/responsivevoice] 올해
This  year olhae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
이번 해[/responsivevoice] 이번 해
ibeonhae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
금년[/responsivevoice] 금년
geumnyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
이번 년[/responsivevoice] 이번 년
ibeonnyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다음 해[/responsivevoice] 다음 해
Next  year da-eum hae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
내년[/responsivevoice] 내년
naenyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다다음 해[/responsivevoice] 다다음 해
Year after next  year dada-eum hae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
내후년[/responsivevoice] 내후년
naehunyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
매해[/responsivevoice] 매해
Every year maehae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
매년[/responsivevoice] 매년
maenyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
연간[/responsivevoice] 연간
Yeaerly yeongan
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
새해[/responsivevoice] 새해
New year saehae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
신년[/responsivevoice] 신년
sinnyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
연초[/responsivevoice] 연초
The start of the year yeoncho
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
연말[/responsivevoice] 연말
The end of the year yeonmal
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
그해[/responsivevoice] 그해
That year geuhae
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다년[/responsivevoice] 다년
Many years danyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
같은 해[/responsivevoice] 같은 해
The same year gat-eun hae,
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
동년[/responsivevoice] 동년
dongnyeon
[responsivevoice voice=”Korean Female”  buttontext=””]
다른 해[/responsivevoice] 다른 해
Another year daleun hae

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Days of a week in Korean

 Days of a week
Days of a week Meaning Romanization
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평일[/responsivevoice] 평일
Weekdays pyeong-il
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휴일[/responsivevoice] 휴일
Holiday hyuil
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공휴일[/responsivevoice] 공휴일
National holiday gonghyuil
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빨간 날[/responsivevoice] 빨간 날(slang)
Red day(holiday) ppalgan nal
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주말[/responsivevoice] 주말
Weekend jumal
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요일[/responsivevoice] 요일
Day of a week yoil
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월요일[/responsivevoice] 월요일
Monday wol-yoil
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화요일[/responsivevoice] 화요일
Tuesday hwayoil
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수요일[/responsivevoice] 수요일
Wednesday suyoil
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목요일[/responsivevoice] 목요일
Thursday mog-yoil
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금요일[/responsivevoice] 금요일
Friday geum-yoil
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토요일[/responsivevoice] 토요일
Saturday toyoil
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일요일[/responsivevoice] 일요일
Sunday il-yoil

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