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Korean Word of the Day – husband (noun)

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남편 (nampyeon) husband (noun)

남편은 접은 타월이 있는 바구니를 들고 있습니다.
Nampyeoneun jeobeun tawori inneun bagunireul deulgo itsseumnida.
The husband is carrying the basket of folded towels.

사랑하는 남편이 나를 위해 요리를 한다.
Saranghaneun nampyeoni nareul wihae yorireul handa.
My beloved husband is cooking for me.

저는 아침에 샤워를 하고, 남편은 밤에 샤워를 합니다.
Jeoneun achime syaworeul hago, nampyeoneun bame syaworeul hamnida.
I shower in the morning, and my husband showers at night.

아내가 남편을 안고 있습니다.
Anaega nampyeoneul ankko itsseumnida.
The wife is hugging the husband.

남편과 저는 결혼한지 구 년 되었습니다.
Nampyeongwa jeoneun gyeolhonhanji gu nyeon doeeotsseumnida.
My husband and I have been married for nine years.

그녀의 남편은 그녀가 요리해 주는 것은 모두 먹습니다.
Geunyeoui nampyeoneun geunyeoga yorihae juneun geoseun modu meoksseumnida.
Her husband eats everything she cooks for him.

도움이 되는 남편
doumi doeneun nampyeon
helpful husband

사랑하는 남편
saranghaneun nampyeon
loving husband

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Korean Word of the Day – runny nose (noun)

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콧물 (konmul) runny nose (noun)

아기가 콧물을 흘리고 있습니다.
Agiga konmureul heulligo itsseumnida.
The baby has a runny nose.

콧물을 흘리다
konmureul heullida
have a runny nose

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Korean Word of the Day – clean (verb)

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청소하다 (cheongsohada) clean (verb)

가정부가 창문을 청소하였다.
Gajeongbuga changmuneul cheongsohayeotta.
The housekeeper cleaned the window.

가정부가 창문을 청소한다.
Gajeongbuga changmuneul cheongsohanda.
The housekeeper cleans the window.

가정부가 창문을 청소하고 있다.
Gajeongbuga changmuneul cheongsohago itta.
The housekeeper is cleaning the window.

그는 오븐을 청소하고 있습니다.
Geuneun obeuneul cheongsohago itsseumnida.
The man is cleaning the oven.

창문을 청소하다
changmuneul cheongsohada
clean a window

오븐을 청소하다
obeuneul cheongsohada
clean the oven

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Korean Word of the Day – closet (noun)

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옷장 (otjjang) closet (noun)

요가 매트를 쓰지 않을 때는 옷장에 보관합니다.
Yoga maeteureul sseuji aneul ttaeneun otjjange bogwanhamnida.
I keep my yoga mat in the closet when not in use.

옷장에 있는 옷들
otjjange inneun otteul
clothes in the closet

큰 옷장
keun otjjang
walk-in closet

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Korean Word of the Day – stingray (noun)

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가오리 (gaori) stingray (noun)

가오리가 해저에서 수영을 하고 있습니다.
Gaoriga haejeoeseo suyeongeul hago itseumnida.
The stingray is swimming on the bottom of the ocean.

가오리들이 산호초 너머에서 수영을 하고 있습니다.
Gaorideuri sanhocho neomeoeseo suyeongeul hago itseumnida.
The stingrays are swimming over the coral reef.

갈색 가오리
galssaek gaori
brown stingray

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