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Jaehwi: Hi everyone. I am Jaehwi. Welcome back to Korean Weekly Words. Let’s see what we have for this week. This week’s theme is, the weather.
First one is 바람이 부는 (barami buneun) which means “windy.” So I can say 제주도에는 바람이 부는 날이 많다. (Jejudoeneun barami buneun nari manta.) which means “In Jeju Island, there are many windy days.”
Okay next we have 습한 (seupan) meaning “humid.” With that word, I can say 한국 여름에는 습한 날이 많이 있습니다. (Hanguk yeoreumeneun seupan nari mani itsseumnida.) which means “In Korean summer, there are many humid days.” So when you have plans to go to Korea in summer, bring a lot of shirts because it’s so humid. So you might have to change shirts several times a day.
Now we have 화창한 (hwachanghan) “sunny.” 한국의 4월에는 화창한 날이 많이 있습니다. (Hangugui saworeneun hwachanghan nari mani itsseumnida.) which means, “In April in Korea, there are many sunny days.” So you can see like I said something 날 (nal) because 날 (nal) means “day.” So 화창한 날 (hwachanghan nal) means ‘sunny day” and 흐린 날 (heurin nal) means “cloudy day.” So I can just put 날 (nal) after these adverbs.
Okay next we have 흐린 (heurin) meaning “cloudy.” So I can say 저는 흐린 날이 싫습니다. (Jeoneun heurin nari silsseumnida.) which means “I don’t like cloudy days.” For some reason, it’s just making me feel depressed. I think many people will have the same feeling. So in this case, you can say 저는 흐린 날이 싫습니다. (Jeoneun heurin nari silsseumnida.) “I don’t like cloudy days.”
And next we have 더운 (deoun) meaning “hot.” With that word, I can say 더운 날에 아이들은 시청에 갑니다. (Deoun nare aideureun sicheonge gamnida.) “On hot days, kids go to the City Hall.” It’s because on hot days like in summer, the City Hall run water fountains for the kids so that they can just play around with that on the hot days.
Okay that’s all for this week. I hope to see you in the next Weekly Words video. Have a nice day. 안녕히 계세요. (Annyeonghi gyeseyo.)