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St. Patrick's Day

성 패트릭 기념일
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March
삼월 삼월 (n)
samwol
March
삼월은 북반구에서는 봄의 시작을, 남반구에서는 가을의 시작을 나타냅니다.
Samworeun bukbbangueseoneun bomui sijageul, nambangueseoneun gaeurui sijageul natanaemnida.
March marks the start of Spring in the northen hemisphere and fall in the southern hemisphere.
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green
녹색의 녹색의 (adj)
noksaegui
green
가지는 자주색, 하얀색, 녹색의 다양한 색상을 가지고 있습니다.
Gajineun jajusaek, hayansaek, noksaegui dayanghan saekssangeul gajigo itseumnida.
Eggplant comes in various colors including purple, white and green.
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beer
맥주 맥주 (n)
maekjju
beer
저는 텔레비전으로 스포츠를 볼 때, 캔맥주나 병맥주를 마시는 것을 즐깁니다.
Jeoneun tellebijeoneuro seupocheureul bol ttae, kaenmaekjjuna byeongmaekjjureul masineun geoseul jeulgimnida.
I enjoy a can or bottle of beer when watching sports on television.
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potato
감자 감자 (n)
gamja
potato
감자는 페루가 원산지입니다.
Gamjaneun peruga wonsanjiimnida.
Potatoes come from Peru.
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money
(n)
don
money
돈이 들어 있는 지갑
doni deureo inneun jigap
wallet with money inside
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dance
춤을 추다 춤을 추다
chumeul chuda
dance
승강장에서 춤을 추다
seunggangjangeseo chumeul chuda
dance on a platform
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rainbow
무지개 무지개 (n)
mujigae
rainbow
아름다운 무지개
areumdaun mujigae
scenic rainbow
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holiday
공휴일 공휴일 (n)
gonghyuil
holiday
공휴일 장식
gonghyuil jangsik
holiday decorations
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gold
(n)
geum
gold
luck
(n)
bok
luck
Ireland
아일랜드 아일랜드
Aillaendeu
Ireland
Irish
아일랜드의 아일랜드의 (adj)
aillaendeuui
Irish
four-leaf clover
네 잎 클로버 네 잎 클로버 (n)
ne ip keullobeo
four-leaf clover
Saint Patrick
성 패트릭 성 패트릭 (n)
seong paeteurik
Saint Patrick
pot of gold
금단지 금단지 (n)
geumdanji
pot of gold
pinch
꼬집다 꼬집다 (v)
kkojiptta
pinch
lucky
운이 좋은 운이 좋은 (adj)
uni joeun
lucky
leprechaun
레프러콘 요정 레프러콘 요정 (n)
repeureokon yojeong
leprechaun
Saint Patrick's Day
성 패트릭 기념일 성 패트릭 기념일 (n)
seong paeteurik ginyeomil
Saint Patrick's Day
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Tuesday at 10:53 pm
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Hey Listeners! Do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Let us know your answer in Korean!

Tuesday at 8:01 pm
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안녕하세요 Tom

Thank you for leaving the comment.

If you have any questions, please let us know.😉

Cristiane
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Tom
Thursday at 8:02 pm
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I’ve never heard of that haha but maybe I’ll start doing it 😈

Thursday at 9:48 am
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Hi Tom,

Thank you for clarifying that (regarding clovers) with us.
As for the pinching, I think it is because people who are not wearing green get pinched on St. Patrick’s Day, but maybe it is something that is not done in Ireland?

Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

Tom
Wednesday at 5:42 am
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네, 저는 아일랜드 사람이니까, 당연히 성 패트릭 기념일을 축하합니다 ~ Yes, since I am Irish, I of course celebrate St Patrick’s Day 😄

I just came across this vocab list now, almost a month late 😭 oops. But there are two things I’d like to point out 😄 - it is a common misconception but four leaf clovers actually have nothing to do with St Patrick’s Day, or Ireland whatsoever 😄 People get them confused with shamrocks, which actually have just three leaves, and are also basically the unofficial symbol of the country 😄 Also, what does pinching have to do with St Patrick’s Day? 😆

감사합니다~

Wednesday at 9:39 am
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Hi Marcus,

It must be nice to have a double celebration! It is two consecutive days of fun, right?
As for your question, how about doing it the other way around? Why don’t you write down the romanization only and see if you can write the Korean equivalent of it? 😄

Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

Marcus
Sunday at 8:23 pm
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Hey, i celebrate Saint Patrick’s (im not irish) just because the following day is my birthday #double celebration.😁
Is there a way to learn and read Korean without using romanization ? I feel that i am becoming dependant on romanization when reading korean 😞

Tuesday at 7:14 pm
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Annyeonghaseyo!😄

@ Brandy - That is a great way to motivate yourself! :thumbsup:

@ suhail - Thanks for your comment. We are glad you learned something new. 😉

Gamsahamnida.
Claire
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Wednesday at 9:34 am
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I don’t celebrate it, and I didn’t know it involves pinching ^^

Brandy
Wednesday at 7:18 am
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I would love to be able to try to figure out the pronunciation of the word before seeing the romanization. I like a challenge.