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#Korean is the official language of North Korea and South Korea, and is also spoken in Japan, China, Russia, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and by many people in the United States. Worldwide, about 78 million people speak the Korean language.

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가벼운 암은 치료할 수 있어요.
Gabyeoun ameun chiryohal ssu isseoyo.

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Korean Word of the Day - rest (verb) - Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 쉬다 (swida) rest (verb) 남자가 해먹에서 쉰다. Namjaga haemeogeseo swinda. The man rests in the hammock. 남자가 해먹에서 쉬었다. Namjaga haemeogeseo swieotta. The man rested in the hammock. 남자가 해먹에서 쉬고 있다. Namjaga haemeogeseo swigo itta. The man is resting in the hammock. 여자가 그물 침대에서 쉬고 있습니다. Yeojaga geumul chimdaeeseo swigo itsseumnida. The woman is resting in...
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Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 쉬다 (swida) rest (verb). 남자가 해먹에서 쉰다. Namjaga haemeogeseo swinda. The man rests in the hammock. 남자가 해먹에서 쉬었다. Namjaga haemeogeseo swieotta.
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Korean Word of the Day - basketball (noun) - Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 농구 (nonggu) basketball (noun) 남자, 여자 아이들이 농구를 하고 있습니다. Namja, yeoja aideuri nonggureul hago itsseumnida. The boys and girls are playing basketball. 농구 선수 nonggu seonsu basketball player 농구를 하다 nonggureul hada play basketball 대학 농구 daehak nonggu college basketball Own a blog or website? Share free language content with your readers wit...
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Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 농구 (nonggu) basketball (noun). 남자, 여자 아이들이 농구를 하고 있습니다. Namja, yeoja aideuri nonggureul hago itsseumnida. The boys and girls are playing basketball. 농구 선수 ...
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Korean Word of the Day - January (noun) - Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 일월 (irwol) January (noun) 이 곳은 일월에 정말 춥습니다. I goseun irwore jeongmal chupsseumnida. It’s very cold here in January. 올해에는 일월 일일이 화요일입니다. Olhaeeneun irwol iriri hwayoirimnida. January 1st falls on a Tuesday this year. 일월 일일은 새해로써 전세계가 휴일입니다. Irwol irireun saehaerosseo jeonsegyega hyuirimnida. January 1st is New Year’s Day, a worldwide holi...
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Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 일월 (irwol) January (noun). 이 곳은 일월에 정말 춥습니다. I goseun irwore jeongmal chupsseumnida. It's very cold here in January. 올해에는 일월 일일이 화요일입니다.
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Korean Word of the Day - dig (verb) - Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 파다 (pada) dig (verb) 남자는 삽으로 구덩이를 파고 있습니다. Namjaneun sabeuro gudeongireul pago itsseumnida. The man is digging a hole with a shovel. 구덩이를 파다 gudeongireul pada dig a hole Own a blog or website? Share free language content with your readers with the Korean Word of the Day with Audio Widget. Click here for instructions on how to embed and custo...
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Learn a little Korean everyday with the free Korean Word of the Day Widget. Check back daily for more vocabulary! 파다 (pada) dig (verb). 남자는 삽으로 구덩이를 파고 있습니다. Namjaneun sabeuro gudeongireul pago itsseumnida. The man is digging a hole with a shovel. 구덩이를 파다 ...
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