Days in Korean
There are tons of reasons to learn the days of the week in Korean, so today’s your lucky day!
Perhaps you need to make a reservation, or you want to visit somewhere that is only open on certain days of the week. Maybe someone would like to arrange a meeting with you, or you need to explain when a regular event occurs. Once you know these seven Korean words, you’ll be able to use them in countless ways.
To help you remember the days of the week, try using them in your daily life as often as possible – even if it’s only in your head!
Like their English counterparts, the Korean days of the week also have special meanings – representing the moon, fire, water, trees, gold, earth, and sun.
Lets talk days in Korean...
That’s it for this lesson. I hope you enjoyed it!
Anyoung hee gaseyo!