In this series we are going to be learning about the different types of foods in Korean Hangeul. Below you will find a list of vegetables, meat and fruit, as well as traditional Korean foods that you will find in restaurants and locally in South Korea.
The best way to learn each word is to keep reading,speaking when learning the words below and testing yourself. Once you are comfortable with them place your hand over the words, write out the Hangeul in the right column and pronounce each word as you write them to help you remember.
TIP Break down the list into small groups to make it easier to manage and give yourself time to take it in! Once you are happy with your progress, you can try testing yourself using the full list.
TIP 2 I purposely didn’t include the pronunciation as this is to test also your ability to read the Hangul itself so it’s always helping you practise 🙂 Be sure to visit earlier in the series to Learn the Korean Alphabet Hangul
I’ll be updating this with new words and exercises over time so be sure to check back!
호빵 Large steamed buns filled with red bean, minced meat or vegetable
맛있다 Tastes good
맛없다 Tastes not good
떫다 Astringent / Rough
To practice, write down the list you see below and break it down into groups of 5/6 words.
Once you’ve written each word out (recommend in English / native tongue first), take off your left hand or a piece of paper to cover them and write down the word in 한곡어.
Review and Mark each word to the list below and see how well you did. If you have got them correct or not, simply review the words and remember for next time. Take a little break, before repeating up to four times.
Remember to break down the list into small groups to make it easier for you to manage and once you are happy with your progress you can test yourself using the full lists.
This list will always be here so feel free to come back and review anytime!
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