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Bill : 집 좀 알아보러 왔는데요.
[Jip jjom araboreo wanneundeyo.]
I am looking for a house/apartment.
Real Estate Agent : 월세를 구하시나요? 아니면 전세를 구하시나요?
[Wolssereul guhasinayo? Animyeon jeonsereul guhasinayo?]
Are you planning to rent or lease?
Bill : 월세를 구합니다.
[Wolssereul guhamnida.]
I’m planning to rent
Real Estate Agent : 방 몇 개 있는 아파트를 구하십니까?
[Bang myeokkae inneun apateureul guhasimnikka?]
How many rooms?
Bill : 방 두 개짜리를 구합니다.
[Bang du gaejjarireul guhamnida.]
I’m looking for a two room apartment.
Real Estate Agent : 보증금 2,000만원에 80만 원짜리 물건이 있습니다.
[Bojeunggeum icheon manwone palsimanwon-jjari mulgeoni isseumnida.]
There is one with a deposit of 20 million won and an 800 thousand won monthly payment.
Bill : 너무 비싼데요. 조금 더 싼 것은 없나요?
[Neomu bissandeyo. Jogeum deo ssan geoseun eomnayo?]
That sounds a little too expensive. Do you have one that is cheaper?
Real Estate Agent : 보증금 1,000만원에 70만 원짜리가 있습니다. 그런데 교통이 좀 불편합니다.
[Bojeunggeum cheonmanwone chilsimanwon-jjariga isseumnida. Geureonde gyotong-i jom bulpyeonhamnida.]
Well, there is one with a deposit of 10 million won and a 700 thousand won monthly payment. However, the transportation around this area is inconvenient.
Bill : 괜찮습니다. 몇 층입니까?
[Gwaenchansseumnida. Myeot cheung imnikka?]
That’s alright. Which floor is it on?
Real Estate Agent : 20층 건물에 18층입니다.
[Isipcheung geonmure sip-palcheug imnida.]
It’s on the 18th floor of a 20-story building.


Lesson 01.
Lesson 02.
Lesson 03.
Lesson 04.
Lesson 05.
Lesson 06.

Vocabulary and Expressions

  1. [jip] House/apartment
  2. 구하다 [guhada] To look for
  3. 알아보다 [araboda] To find out
  4. 월세 [wolsse] Rent
  5. 전세를 [jeonse] Lease
  6. [bang] Room
  7. 두 개 [dugae] Two
  8. 2000만 원(이천만 원) [icheonmanwon]20 million won
  9. 비싸다 [bissada] Expensive
  10. 너무 [neomu] Too
  11. 보증금 [bojeunggeum] Deposit
  12. 교통 [gyotong] Transportation
  13. 불편하다 [bulpyeonhada] Inconvenient
  14. 몇 층 [myeot cheung] Which floor
  15. 20층 건물 [isipcheung geonmul]20-story building


Counting Objects

  1. 한 개 [han gae] One
  2. 두 개 [du gae] Two
  3. 세 개 [se gae] Three
  4. 네 개 [ne gae] Four
  5. 다섯 개 [daseot kkae] Five
  6. 여섯 개 [yeoseot kkae] Six
  7. 일곱 개 [ilgop kkae] Seven
  8. 여덟 개 [yeodeol kkae] Eight
  9. 아홉 개 [ahop kkae] Nine
  10. 열 개 [yeol kkae] Ten
  11. 열한 개 [yeol-han gae] Eleven
  12. 스무 개 [seumu gae] Twenty
  13. 서른 개 [seoreun gae] Thirty
  14. 마흔 개 [maheun gae] Forty
  15. 쉰 개 [swin gae] Fifty
  16. 예순 개 [yesun gae] Sixty
  17. 일흔 개 [ireun gae] Seventy
  18. 여든 개 [yeodeun gae] Eighty
  19. 아흔 개 [aheun gae] Ninety
  20. 백 개 [baekkae] One hundred
  21. 천 개 [cheon gae] One thousand
  22. 만 개 [man gae] Ten thousand
  23. 십만 개 [simman gae] One hundred thousand
  24. 백만 개 [baengman gae] One million
  25. 천만 개 [cheonman gae] Ten million


Counting Money

  1. 십 원 [sibwon] Ten won
  2. 백 원 [baegwon] One hundred won
  3. 천 원 [cheonwon] One thousand won
  4. 만 원 [manwon] Ten thousand won
  5. 십만 원 [simmanwon] One hundred thousand won
  6. 백만 원 [baengmanwon] One million won
  7. 천만 원 [cheonmanwon] Ten million won
  8. 일억 원 [ireogwon] One hundred million won
  9. 일조 원 [iljjowon] One trillion won
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Cheolsu : 빌, 내일 저녁에 시간 있어요?
[Bill, nae-il jeonyeoge sigan isseoyo?]
Bill, are you free tomorrow evening?
Bill : 네, 있어요.
[Ne, Isseoyo.]
Yes, sure.
Cheolsu : 그럼, 저희 집에 오세요. 내일이 제 생일이에요.
[Geureom, jeohi jibe oseyo. Naeiri je saeng-iriyeyo.]
Then I’d like to invite you over to my place. It’s my birthday tomorrow.
Bill : 아, 그래요. 몇 시쯤에 갈까요?
[A, geuraeyo. Myeossijjeume galkkayo?]
Oh really ? What time should I get there?
Cheolsu : 저녁 일곱시쯤 오세요.
[Jeonyeok ilgopssijjeum oseyo.]
Come over by seven o’clock.

부인과 함께 오셔도 좋아요.
[Bu-in-gwa hamkke osyeodo joayo.]
Bring your wife, too.

Cheolsu : 자, 어서 오세요. 제 아내입니다.
[Ja, eoseo oseyo. Je anae-imnida.]
Welcome Bill. This is my wife.
Sumi : 어서 오세요. 말씀 많이 들었어요.
[Eoseo oseyo. Malsseum mani deureosseoyo.]
Hi. I’ve heard a lot about you.
Bill : 안녕하세요. Bill Smith라고 합니다. 초대해 주셔서 감사합니다.
[Annyeong-haseyo. Bill Smith-rago hamnida. Chodaehae jusyeoseo gamsahamnida.]
Hello. My name is Bill Smith. Thank you for inviting us.
Mary : 철수씨, 생일을 축하해요. 자 여기 생일 선물이에요.
[Cheolsussi saeng-ireul chukahaeyo. Ja yeogi saeng-il seonmuriyeyo.]
Happy birthday Cheolsu. This is a little something for you from us.
Cheolsu : 아, 고맙습니다. 정말 멋진 넥타이군요.
[A, gomapsseumnida. Jeongmal meojjin nektaigunyo.]
Oh, thank you. This is a great tie.
Bill : 색상이 마음에 드세요?
[Saeksang-i ma-eume deuseyo?]
Do you like the color?
Cheolsu : 네, 제가 제일 좋아하는 색이에요.
[Ne, jega jeil joahaneun segieyo.]
Yes. It’s my favorite.
Bill : 진수성찬이군요.
[Jinsuseongchanigunyo.]
What a feast!
Sumi : 입에 맞으실지 모르겠어요.
[Ibe majeusiljji moreugesseoyo.]
I hope you enjoy the dinner.

많이 드세요.
[Mani deuseyo.]
Help yourselves.

Bill : 정말 맛있네요.
[Jeongmal masinneyo.]
It’s very good.

자 이제 케이크의 촛불을 끌 시간이에요.
[Ja ije keikeu-ui chotppureul kkeul siganieyo.]
I think it’s time to blow out the candles on the cake.

우리는 생일 축하 노래를 부를게요.
[Urineun saeng-il chuka noraereul bureulkkeyo.]
We’ll sing the birthday song.

Bill, Mary, Sumi: (합창으로) 생일 축하합니다.
[Saeng-il chukahamnida.]
Happy birthday to you.

생일 축하합니다.
[Saeng-il chukahamnida.]
Happy birthday to you.

사랑하는 철수씨의 생일 축하합니다.
[Sarang-haneun Cheolsussi-ui saeng-il chukahamnida.]
Happy birthday, dear Cheolsu. Happy birthday to you.

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Lesson 03.
Lesson 04.
Lesson 05.
Lesson 06.
Lesson 07.
Lesson 08.
Lesson 09.

Vocabulary and Expressions 생일 [saeng-il]Birthday
초대 [chodae]Invitation
내일 [nae-il]Tomorrow
저녁 [jeonyeok]Evening
시간 있어요? [sigan isseoyo?]Are you free?
[jip]Home
아, 그래요? [A, geuraeyo?]Oh, really?
몇 시쯤 [myeossijjeum]Around what time
부인 [bu-in]Wife
함께 [hamkke]Together
어서 오세요 [Eoseo oseyo.]Welcome
말씀 많이 들었어요 [Malsseum mani deureosseoyo.]I’ve heard a lot about you.
(저는) 000라고 합니다 [(Jeoneun) 000rago hamnida.]My name is
초대해 주셔서 감사합니다 [Chodaehae jusyeoseo gamsahamnida.]Thank you or inviting us.
생일(을) 축하하다 [Saeng-il(eul) chukahada]Happy birthday to you.
선물 [seonmul]Gift
멋진(멋지다) [meojjin(meojjida)]Great
넥타이 [nektai]Tie
색상(색깔) [saekssang(saekkal)]Color
마음에 들다 [maeume deulda]To like
마음에 드세요? [Maeume deuseyo?]Do you like it?
제일 좋아하는 색 [jeil joahaneun saek]Favorite color?
진수성찬 [jinsuseongchan]Feast
입에 맞다 [ibe matta]Tasty
많이 드세요. [Mani deuseyo.]Help yourselves
정말 [jeongmal]Really
맛있다 [masitta]Tasty
케이크 [keikeu]Cake
촛불 [choppul]Candles
촛불(을) 켜다 [choppureul kyeoda]To light the candles
촛불(을) 끄다 [choppureul kkeuda]To blow out the candles
노래 [norae]Song
노래 부르다 [norae bureuda]To sing a song
사랑하는(사랑하다) [sarang-haneun(sarang-hada)]Dear

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Bill : 안녕하세요. 만나서 반갑습니다. 저는 빌 스미스라고 해요.
[Annyeong-haseyo. Mannaseo ban-gapsseumnida. Jeoneun Bill Smith-rago haeyo.]
ello. It’s a pleasure to meet you. My name is Bill Smith.|

저는 IBM 서울 지사에서 근무하고 있어요.
[Jeoneun IBM Seoul jisa-esoe geunmuhago isseoyo.]
I am currently working at the Seoul Branch of IBM.

저는 미국 시카고에서 왔어요.
[ Jeoneun miguk sikago-eseo wasseoyo.]
I’m from Chicago, in the U.S.A.

한국에 온 지 일년 됐어요.
[ Han-guge on ji ilnyeon dwaesseoyo.]
It’ s been about a year since I arrived in Korea.

아내와 두 아이가 있어요.
[Anaewa du aiga isseoyo.]
I have a wife and two children.

저는 골프와 테니스 등 스포츠를 좋아해요.
[Jeoneun golpeuwa tenisseu deung spocheureul joaheyo.]
I love sports, especially golf and tennis.

저는 한국을 참 좋아해요.
[Jeoneun han-gugul cham joahaeyo.]
I enjoy living in Korea.

자연도 아름답고 사람들도 참 친절해요.
[Jayeondo areumdapkko saramdeuldo cham chinjeol-haeyo.]
It has some beautiful nature and the people are friendly.|
Lesson 01.
Lesson 02.
Lesson 03.
Lesson 04.

Vocabulary and Expressions

  1. 자기소개 [jagisogae] Self-introduction
  2. 소개하다 [sogaehada] To introduce oneself
  3. 만나서 반갑습니다 [Mannaseo ban-gapsseumnida.] It’s a pleasure to meet you.
  4. 저는 000라고 해요 [Jeoneun 000rago haeyo.] My name is
  5. 근무하다 [geunmuhada] To work
  6. 미국 [miguk] The United States of America (U.S.A)
  7. 시카고에서 왔어요 [Sikago-eseo wasseoyo.] I am from Chicago.
  8. 한국 [han-guk] Korea
  9. 일 년 [ilnyeon] One year
  10. 아내 [anae] Wife
  11. 아이 [ai] Children
  12. 골프 [golpeu] Golf
  13. 테니스 [tenisseu] Tennis
  14. 스포츠 [spocheu] Sports
  15. 좋아하다 [joahada] To enjoy
  16. 자연 [jayeon] Nature
  17. 아름답다 [areumdaptta] Beautiful
  18. 사람들 [saramdeul] People
  19. 친절하다 [chinjeol-hada] Friendly (kind)


Sports 축구 [chukku]Soccer

  1. 야구 [yagu]Baseball
  2. 탁구 [takku]Table tennis
  3. 테니스 [tenisseu]Tennis
  4. 볼링 [bolling]Bowling
  5. 당구 [danggu]Pool
  6. 수영 [suyeong]Swimming
  7. 달리기 [dalligi]Running(jogging)
  8. 마라톤 [maraton]Marathon
  9. 승마 [seungma]Horseback riding
  10. 체조 [chejo]Gymnastics
  11. 하키 [haki]Hockey
  12. 핸드볼 [haendeubol]Handball
  13. 배드민턴 [baedeuminteon]Badminton
  14. 양궁 [yanggung]Archery
  15. 골프 [golpeu]Golf
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Information : 무엇을 도와 드릴까요?
[Mueoseul dowa deurilkkayo?]
How can I help you?
Bill : 가방을 잃어 버렸어요.
[Gabang-eul ireo beoryeosseoyo.]
I lost my bag.
Information : 어디서 잃어 버렸어요?
[Eodiseo ireo beoryeosseoyo?]
Where did you lose it?
Bill : 택시에 두고 내렸어요.
[Taeksi-e dugo naeryeosseoyo.]
I left it in the taxi.
Information : 혹시, 택시 번호를 기억하세요?
[Hoksi, taeksi beonhoreul gieokhaseyo?]
Do you remember the license plate number of the taxi, by any chance?
Bill : 아니오, 모르겠는데요.
[Anio, moreugenneundeyo.]
No, I don’t.
Information : 속에 뭐가 들어 있었어요?
[Soge mwoga deureo isseosseoyo?]
What was inside the bag?
Bill : 카메라와 여권이 들어 있었어요.
[Kamerawa yeokkwoni deureo isseosseoyo.]
There was a camera and a passport.
Information : 연락처를 남겨 주세요.
[Yeollakcheo-reul namgyeo juseyo.]
Could you please leave your phone number with us?

찾는 대로 곧 알려 드릴게요.
[Channeun daero got allyeo deurilkkeyo.]
We’ll contact you as soon as we find it.


Lesson 01.
Lesson 02.
Lesson 03.
Lesson 04.
Lesson 04.
Vocabulary and Expressions
물건 [mulgeon]Object
찾다 [chatta]To look for
무엇을 도와 드릴까요? [mueoseul dowa deurilkkayo?]How can I help you?
돕다 [doptta]To help
가방 [gabang]Bag
잃어버리다 [ireobeorida]To lose
어디(에)서 [eodi(e)seo] Where
두고 내리다 [dugo naerida]To leave it
혹시 [hoksi]By any chance
택시 번호 [taeksi beonho]License plate number of the taxi
기억하다 [gieokhada]To remember
모르겠는데요 [moreugenneundeyo]I don’t know
속에 [soge]Inside
들어있다 [deureo-itta]Inside the bag
카메라 [kamera]Camera
여권 [yeokkwon]Passport
연락처 [yeollakcheo]Phone number
연락처를 남기다 [yeollakcheoreul namgida]To leave one’s phone number
[got]Soon
알려주다(알려드리다) [allyeojuda(allyeodeurida)]To let one know
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Bill : 자동차를 빌리고 싶어요.
[Jadongcha-reul billigo sipeoyo.]
I would like to rent a car.
Information : 어떤 차를 원하세요?
[Eotteon chareul wonhaseyo?]
What kind of car would you like to rent?
Bill : 중형차면 좋겠는데요.
[Jung-hyeongchamyeon jokenneundeyo.]
A medium size passenger car would be great.
Information : 며칠 이용하시겠어요?
[Myeochil iyong-hasigesseoyo?]
How long do you need it?
Bill : 이틀이요.
[Iteuriyo.]
Two days.
Information : 국제 면허 있으세요?
[Gukjje myeonheo isseuseyo?]
Do you have an international license?
Bill : 아니오. 운전사가 필요해요.
[Anio. Unjeonsaga piryohaeyo.]
No. I need a driver.

하루 요금이 얼마예요?
[Haru yogeumi eolmayeyo?]
What is the rental fee for one day?

Information : 기사 포함해서 12만원이에요.
[Gisa pohamhaeseo sibiman wonieyo.]
The fee is 120,000 Won per day with a driver.

Lesson 01.
Lesson 02.

Lesson 03.

Lesson 04.

Vocabulary and Expressions
자동차 [jadongcha]Car
빌리다 [billida]To rent
어떤 [eotteon]Which
[cha]Car
중형차 [jung-hyeongcha]Medium sized car
며칠 [myeochil]How many days
이틀 [iteul]Two days
면허 [myeonheo]License
국제면허 [gukjje myeonheo]International license
운전사 [unjeonsa]Driver
필요하다 [piryohada]To need
하루 [haru]One-day
기사 [gisa]Driver
포함(하다) [poham(hada)]With(to include)
Counting Days
하루 [haru]one day
이틀 [iteul]two days
사흘 [saheul]
나흘 [naheul]four days
닷새 [dassae]five days
엿새 [yeossae]six days
이레 [ire]seven days
여드레 [yeodeure]eight days
아흐레 [aheure]nine days
열흘 [yeoreul]ten days
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Bill : 한국의 유명한 관광지는 어디 어디예요?
[Hanguk-ui yumyeong-han gwan-gwangji-neun eodi eodiyeyo?]
What are some of the famous tourist attractions?
Information : 제주도, 설악산, 경주, 한려수도, 용인 민속촌이 유명해요.
[Jejudo, Seoraksan, Gyeongju, Hallyeosudo, Yongin Minsokchoni yumyeong-haeyo.]
Jeju Island, Seorak Mountain, Gyeongju, Hallyeo Waterway, and Yong-in Folk Village are the most famous sites.
Bill : 제주도는 어떻게 가요?
[Jejudoneun oetteoke gayo?]
How do you get to Jeju Island?
Information : 서울에서 비행기로 한 시간 걸려요.
[Seoureseo bihaenggiro han sigan geollyeoyo.]
By airplane. It takes about an hour from Seoul.
Bill : 경주는 어떤 곳이에요?
[Gyeongjuneun eotteon gosieyo?]
What is Gyeongju like
Information : 신라의 수도인데 볼 만한 것이 많아요.
[Silla-ui sudo-inde bol manan geosi manayo.]
Gyeongju was the capital city of Silla. There are many things worth seeing.

특히, 석굴암과 불국사는 유네스코가 지정한 세계문화유산이에요.
[Teukhi, Seokguramgwa Bulguksaneun Yunesko-ga jijeong-han segyemunhwayusan-ieyo. ]
UNESCO has even named Seokguram Grotto and Bulguksa Temple as world cultural assets.

Bill : 교통편은 어떤 것이 있어요?
[Gyotongpyeoneun eotteon geosi isseoyo?]
What is the most convenient form of transportation to Gyeongju?
Information : 기차나 고속버스, 렌터카를 이용할 수 있어요.
[Gichana gosokbeosseu, renteoka-reul iyong-halssu isseoyo.]
You can take the train, the express bus, or rent a car.

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Lesson 02.

Lesson 03.

Lesson 04.

Vocabulary and Expressions
관광지 [gwan-gwangji]Tourist attractions
비행기 [bihaenggi]Airplane
비행기로 [bihaenggiro]By airplane
신라 [silla]Silla
수도 [sudo]Capital city
보다 [boda]Than
볼 만한 것 [bol manan geot] Things worth seeing
특히 [teukhi]Especially
유네스코 [Yunesko]UNESCO
지정(하다) [jijeong(hada)]To be named
세계 문화 유산 [segye munhwa yusan]World cultural asset
교통편 [gyotongpyeon]Transportation
고속버스 [gosokbeosseu]Express Bus
렌터카 [renteoka]Rental car
Main Tourist Attractions of Korea
제주도 [Jejudo]Jeju Island,
한라산 [Hallasan]Halla Mountain,
백두산 [Baekdusan]Baekdu Mountain,
금강산 [Geumgangsan]Geumgang Mountain,
경주 [Gyeongju]Gyeongju,
설악산
[Seoraksan]Seorak Mountain,
지리산 [Jirisan]Jiri Mountain,
한려수도 [Hallyeosudo]HallyeoWaterway
용인 민속촌 [Yongin Minsokchon]Yong-in Folk Village,
석굴암 [Seokguram]Seokguram Grotto
불국사 [Bulguksa]Bulguksa Temple
첨성대 [Cheomseongdae]Cheomseongdae
안압지 [Anapji]Anapji
경복궁 [Gyeongbokgung]Gyeongbok Palace,
덕수궁 [Deoksugung]Deoksu Palace
국립박물관 [Gungnip-bangmulgwan]National Museum
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Bill : 시내관광을 하고 싶은데요.
[Sinae-gwan-gwang-eul hago sipeundeyo.]
I would like to take a tour of the city.
Information : 서울 시티 투어 버스를 이용해 보세요.
[Seoul siti tu-eo beoseu-reul iyong-hae boseyo.]
We recommend the Seoul City tour bus.
Bill : 어디 어디를 가죠?
[Eodi eodi-reul gajyo?]
What are the main tourist attractions?
Information : 남산과 경복궁… 시내 주요 관광지를 모두 가요.
[Namsan-gwa Gyeongbokgung sinae juyo gwan-gwang-ji-reul modu gayo.]
Nam San and Gyeongbok Palace. It stops by most of the city’s main attraction sites.
Bill : 요금은 얼마예요?
[Yogeumeun eolmayeyo?]
How much does the tour cost?
Information : 주간은 8,000 원 야간은 15,000 원이에요.
[Juganeun palcheon won yagan-eun man-o-cheon wonieyo.]
During the day, it costs 8,000 won and during the evening it costs 15,000 won.
Bill : 버스는 어디서 출발해요?
[Beoseu-neun eodi-seo chulbalhaeyo?]
Where does the bus leave from?
Information : 호텔 앞에서 출발해요.
[Hotel apeseo chulbalhaeyo.]
In front of the hotel.
Bill : 몇 시부터 있어요?
[Myeotssibuteo isseoyo?]
What time does it leave the hotel?
Information : 아침 8시부터 30분 간격으로 밤 10시까지 있어요.
[ Achim yeodeolssibuteo samsippun gan-gyeogeuro bam yeolsikkaji isseoyo.]
The bus leaves the hotel every half an hour starting from 8 in the morning till 10:00 in the evening.

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Vocabulary and Expressions 시내 [sinae] City (downtown)
시내관광 [sinae gwan-gwang] City tour
시티 투어 [siti tueo]City tour
관광지 [gwan-gwangji] Tourist attraction
남산 [namsan]Nam San Mountain
경복궁 [Gyeongbokgung] Gyeongbok Palace
주간(야간) [jugan(yagan)] Day (Evening)
출발하다 [chulbalhada] Leave
부터 [buteo] From
몇 시부터 [myeotssibuteo] From o’clock
간격 [gan-gyeok] Interval
10시까지 [yeolssikkaji] Till ten o’clock (10:00)

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