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Korean Vocabulary – Places

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Korean Vocabulary - PlacesLast time we learn for Korean Vocabulary for things. Today we will learn the Korean vocabulary for places, such as restaurant, hospital, school, bank, pharmacy, etc, etc.. in Korean. If you want to know where is the place, you can request it by adding the name of the place in front of 어디에 있어요? – Where is it? (Korean Question Word – Where and Korean Sentence Endings Expressing Location or Existence). Here is a partial list of Korean Vocabulary for places.

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 the Korean vocabulary. 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 helps you in learning Korean Language.

Korean Vocabulary – Places

Places – 장소 [ jang-so ]

English Korean Pronunciation
Airport 공항 [ gong-hang ]
Bank 은행 [ eun-haeng ]
Bookstore 서점 [ seo-jeom ]
Classroom 교실 [ gyo-sil ]
Coffee shop 커피숍 [ keo-pi-syop ]
Company 회사 [ hoe-sa ]
Convenience store 평의점 [ pyeong-i-jeom ]
Department store 백화점 [ baek-hwa-jeom ]
Dormitory 기숙사 [ gi-suk-sa ]
Embassy 대사관 [ dae-sa-gwan ]
Gas station 주유소 [ ju-yu-so ]
Gym 체육관 [ che-yuk-gwan ]
Hometown 고향 [ go-hyang ]
Hospital 병원 [ byeong-won ]
House [ jip ]
Laundry room 세탁소 [ se-tak-so ]
Library 도서관 [ do-seo-gwan ]
Market 시장 [ si-jang ]
Park 공원 [ gong-won ]
Parking lot 주차장 [ ju-cha-jang ]
Pharmacy 약국 [ yak-guk ]
Post office 우체국 [ u-che-guk ]
Restaurant 식당 [ sik-dang ]
Restroom 화장실 [ hwa-jang-sil ]
School 학교 [ hak-gyo ]
Store 가게 [ ga-ge ]
Theater 극장 [ geuk-jang ]
Yard 마당 [ ma-dang ]

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