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Korean Vocabulary #1: List of Countries A-Z 나라
Korean Vocabulary #2: List of Fruits 과일
Korean Vocabulary #3: List of Ingredients 재료
Korean Vocabulary #4: List of Vegetables 야채
Korean Vocabulary #5: Points of the Compass 방위
Korean Vocabulary #6: List of Colors 색깔
Korean Vocabulary #7: Love 연애
Korean Vocabulary #8: List of Flowers 꽃
Korean Vocabulary #9: List of the 12 signs of the Zodiac 별 자리
Korean Vocabulary #10: List of the 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac 띠
Korean Vocabulary #11: List of Animal Sounds 동물의울음소리
Korean Vocabulary #12: Airport 공항
Korean Vocabulary #13: Coffee 커피
Korean Vocabulary #14: Korean Food (Beef) 소/쇠고기
Korean Vocabulary #15: Korean Food (Pork) 돼지고기
Korean Vocabulary #16: Korean Food (Poultry) 가금
Korean Vocabulary #17: Korean Food (Seafood) 해물
Korean Vocabulary #18: Korean Food (Rice) 밥
Korean Vocabulary #19: Korean Food (Kimbap) 김밥
Korean Vocabulary #20: Korean Food (Deopbap) 덮밥
Korean Vocabulary #21: Korean Food (Porridge) 죽
Korean Vocabulary #22: Korean Food (Noodles) 면/국수
Korean Vocabulary #23: Korean Food (Stew) 찌개
Korean Vocabulary #24: Korean Food (Steamed dish) 찜
Korean Vocabulary #25: Korean Food (Soup) 국/탕
Korean Vocabulary #26: Korean Food (Jelly) 묵
Korean Vocabulary #27: Korean Food (Dumpling) 만두
Korean Vocabulary #28: Korean Street Food, Desserts and Others
Korean Vocabulary #29: Korean Pancake 파전/부침개/지짐이
Korean Vocabulary #30: Korean side dishes, pickles, sauces and paste
Korean Vocabulary #31: Korean Food (Others)
Korean Vocabulary #32: People (I)
Korean Vocabulary #33: People (II)
Korean Vocabulary #34: People (III)
Korean Vocabulary #35: Subway Station 지하철역
Korean Vocabulary #36: Family 가족
Korean Vocabulary #37: Man and woman 남녀
Korean Korean Vocabulary #38: Marriage 결혼

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