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Korean Vocabulary – Food and Drinks

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Korean Vocabulary - Food and DrinksWe have learned Korean Vocabulary – Sports. Let’s learn Korean vocabulary for food and drinks. Use Korean Requests, Suggestions, or Commands to make requests, suggestions, or commands in a polite manner. Learning this will make your future experiences (perhaps in Korea) more enjoyable! Such as ordering food or drinks in a Korean restaurant! Here is just a partial list of Korean vocabulary for food and drinks. For those not here, consult with a Korean speaker and/or an English-Korean dictionary.

It is very important for you to know and memories it. Without knowing the Korean vocabulary, it’s very hard for you to form a Korean sentence. Please try to memories as much as you can. It may helps you in learning Korean Language.

Korean Vocabulary – Food and Drinks

Menu – 메뉴 [ me-nyu ]

English Korean Pronunciation
Drinks
Beer 맥주 [ maek-ju ]
Black tea 홍차 [ hong-cha ]
Cola 콜라 [ kol-la ]
Chocolate 초콜릿 음료 [ cho-kol-lit-eum-ryo ]
Green tea 녹차 [ nok-cha ]
Coffee 커피 [ keo-pi ]
Milk 우유 [ u-yu ]
Juice 주스 [ ju-seu ]
Tea [ cha ]
Water [ mul ]
Food
Bean [ kong ]
Bibimbap 비빔밥 [ bi-bim-bap ]
Bread [ bbang ]
Bulgogi (marinated meat) 불고기 [ bul-go-gi ]
Butter 버터 [ beo-teo ]
Cake 케이크 [ ke-i-keu ]
Cheese 치즈 [ chi-jeu ]
Chicken 닭고기 [ dalk-go-gi ]
Chicken broth 삼계탕 [ sam-gye-tang ]
Chili paste 고추장 [ go-chu-jang ]
Cold noodles 냉면 [ naeng-myeon ]
Fermented soybean broth 된장 [ doen-jang ]
Gimbap 김밥 [ gim-bap ]
Ham [ haem ]
Hamburger 햄버거 [ haem-beo-geo ]
Ice cream 아이스크림 [ a-i-seu-keu-rim ]
Kalbi (Korean BBQ pork) 갈비 [ gal-bi ]
Kimchi 김치 [ kim-chi ]
Korean cookies 한과 [ han-gwa ]
Korean pancake 빈대떡 [ bin-dae-ddeok ]
Meat 고기 [ go-gi ]
Noodles 국수 [ guk-su ]
Porridge [ juk ]
Ramen 라면 [ ra-myeon ]
Rice cake [ ddeok ]
Rice (cooked) [ bap ]
Rice (uncooked) [ ssal ]
Salad 샐러드 [ sael-leo-deu ]
Salt 소금 [ so-geum ]
Sandwich 샌드위치 [ saen-deu-wi-chi ]
Sauce 소스 [ so-seu ]
Side dishes 반찬 [ ban-chan ]
Soup 국/수프 [ guk/su-peu ]
Sugar 설탕 [ seol-tang ]
Vegetable paste 나물 [ na-mul ]

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