Candy in Korean
In yesterdays KWotD, we looked at the Korean word for water and today felt like a good day to continue on with the essential words. So in today’s word of the day lesson, we will go further than we’ve ever gone and- ok maybe not, but we will at least take a look at how to say ‘candy’ in Korean. For this we use the word:
(in Hangul: 사탕)
But what if we want to mention the flavor of the candy as well? Like strawberry (ttalgi / 딸기) . Then we would say:
(in Hangul: 딸기사탕)
You can use this ‘pattern’ with pretty much any flavor or fruit you want, as long as you know the word for it!
satangeul meokda (in Hangul: 사탕을 먹다).
= to eat candy.
jeoneun satangi shiroyo (저는 사탕이 싫어요)
= I don’t like candy.
satangeul meokko shipoyo (사탕을 먹고 싶어요)
= I want to eat candy
And as usual, we also reocmmend that you, if you haven’t done so already of course, learn hangul if you are serious about learning Korean. It is easier than you think and it will only take you a few days to be able to read the entire alphabet. So what are you waiting for?
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By: Kimchi Cloud
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