Family in Korean
If you're traveling in Korea there's bound to be a time when you'll talk about your family. Imagine describing to a native Korean speaker who your family is made up of. After this lesson you'll be able to.
In today’s free lesson we're going to learn how to talk about family in Korean. Practice these family names out loud so you can sound natural when talking to a native Korean speaker!
After this lesson you'll be an expert of family in Korean!
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How to pronounce your family in Korean...
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Older sister (if you are a girl)
Older sister (if you are a boy)
Older brother (if you are a girl)
Older brother (if you are a boy)
우리 언니는 부산에 살아요.
Uri eonni neun busane sarayo.
My sister lives in Busan.
우리 오빠는 키가 커요.
uri oppa neun kiga keoyo.
My brother is tall.
That's it for this lesson.
Here are a few recommended Korean lessons to try next!
- Looking for popular entertainment for going out in Korean? Check out this lesson.
- Talking about your health in Korean.
- Break the ice by talking about your hobbies in Korean.
Anyoung hee gaseyo!
Sujung Lee: Rocket Korean
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