Korean Conversation for Beginners

Korean Conversation for Beginners – Here is a Korean conversation for Beginners. Check out the lesson below.

Korean Conversation for Beginners
Korean Conversation for Beginners

Korean Conversation 1:

투안: 여기가 사무실입니까? (yogiga samusil imnikka?) Is this the office?

민수: 네, 사무실입니다. (ne, samusil imnida). Yes, this is the office.

투안: 화장실이 어디입니까? (hwajangsiri eodi imnika). Where is the restroom?

민수: 저기입니다 (jeogi imnida). Over there.

Korean Vocabulary List:

  • 사무실 : office space
  • 화장실 : toilet

Korean Conversation 2:

리한: 여기가 기숙사예요. (yogi-ga gisuksa yeyo). This is the dormitory.

이건 기숙사 열쇠예요. (igeon gisuksa yeolswe yeyo). This is the dorm key.

투안: 감사합니다. (kamsahamnida). Thank you.

그런데 저게 뭐예요 (geuronde jeoge mwoyeyo). What is that by the way?

리한: 가족사진이에요. (gajok sajin iyeyo). Family photo.

Korean Vocabulary List:

  • 기숙사 : dormitory
  • 기숙사 열쇠 : dormitory key
  • 가족 : family
  • 사진 : photo

Korean Conversation 3:

수루: 투안 씨, 지금 뭐 해요? (mister ssi, jigeum mwo heyo). What are you doing now, sir?

투안: 텔레비전을 봐요. (tellebijeon-eul bwayo). I’m watching TV.

수루 씨는 뭐해요 (Suru ssineun mwo heyo). What is Suru doing?

수루: 저는 지금 요리해요. (jeoneun jigeum yoriheyo). I’m cooking right now.

Korean Vocabulary List:

  • 텔레비전 : TV
  • 보다 : see
  • 요리하다 : cooking

Korean Conversation 4:

투안: 지금 몇 시예요? (jigeum myeot siyeyo). What time is it now?

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리한: 11시예요. (yol han si yeyo). It’s 11:00.

투안: 몇 시에 점심을 먹어요 (myeot sie jeomsim-eul mogoyo). What time is lunch?

리한: 12시30분에 먹어요. (yol du si samsib bun-e mogoyo). Lunch is at 12:30

Korean Vocabulary List:

  • 점심 : lunch
  • 몇 : how much

Korean Conversation 5:

리한: 투안 씨는 가족이 몇 명이에요? (Tuan ssineun gajoki myeot myeong iyeyo). How many people are in your family?

투안: 어머니하고 형하고 저, 세 명이에요. (omoni-hago, hyeong-hago jeo, se myeong iyeyo). There are 3 people, my brother’s mom, and me.

리한 씨는 가족이 몇 명이에요 (rihan ssineun gajok-i myeot myeong iyeyo). How many people are in Rihan’s family?

리한: 네 명이에요. 저는 아버지하고 어머니하고 여동생이 있어요. (ne myeong iyeyo). Jeonenun aboji-hago omoni-hago yeodongsaeng-i isseoyo). There are 4 people. There’s me, my father, my mother, and my younger sister.

Korean Vocabulary List:

  • 어머니 : mother
  • 아버지 : father
  • 형 : older brother
  • 여동생 : younger sister
  • 명 : person (number)

So, that’s the Korean conversation for beginners and its meaning. The Korean exercises above can be used for daily conversation.

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