Cloud in Korean
How has the weather been recently? If the sky has been white rather than blue, this article might interest you a little bit more because in today’s Korean Word of the Day, we will learn how to say “cloud” in Korean. For this, we use the word:
(in Hangul: 구름)
It is, of course, a noun and luckily, it translates smoothly to English so you can use it just like you normally would. Again, this word is a noun, but what if we want to use an adjective to say “cloudy”? Well, then we would simply use:
(in Hangul: 흐리다)
Note that this is the dictionary form, so if we want to use it to describe a noun, like “day” we have to change it to heurin (흐린). For example:
heurin nal (흐린 날)
= (a) cloudy day
gooreumi manta (구름이 많다)
= There are a lot of clouds.
You can also use gooreumi ggieoyo (구름이 끼어요) to say “it is cloudy.”
= to be cloudy
구름이 낀 하늘
= a cloudy sky
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