Some More Words

Now that you have all the consonants and most of the vowels, you can start learning a lot of new words. Here are some words for food, beginning with one that everyone in Korea knows:

gimch'i

It’s romanized as gim-chi, and it’s the spicy pickled cabbage that is a staple with almost every Korean meal.

Of course, no meal would be complete without bap. That’s the Korean word for rice.

You can click the Korean syllables in the tables below to hear them.

Here are more things to eat:
bulgogibul-go-gibroiled beef
galbijjimgal-bi-jjimbeef rib stew
manduman-dudumplings
  And here are things to drink:
hongchahong-chatea
keopikeo-picoffee
mulmulwater
kollakol-lacola
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