The words for the four seasons in Korean are: Summer: Spring: 봄 (bom), 여름 (yeo-reum), Autumn / Fall: 가을 (ka-eul), and finally Winter 겨울 (kyeo-ul).

The words for the four seasons in Korean are: Summer: Spring: 봄 (bom), 여름 (yeo-reum), Autumn / Fall: 가을 (ka-eul), and finally Winter 겨울 (kyeo-ul).

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Übersetzungsbüro für fachuebersetzung24 - http://www.fachuebersetzung24.com

Übersetzungsbüro für fachuebersetzung24 - http://www.fachuebersetzung24.com

And you can too! I've made a free downloadable PDF of the basic Hangeul to get you started. ;) #korean

And you can too! I've made a free downloadable PDF of the basic Hangeul to get you started. ;) #korean

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NO WAY !!!!!!............ I do not even have a phone number or an email address for you. This is the only way I know of to contact you. And, I also have provided both to you on numerous occasions, So you have had four years to call and say "hey".... or, to send me a quick email, with no response. So.....NO WAY !!

NO WAY !!!!!!............ I do not even have a phone number or an email address for you. This is the only way I know of to contact you. And, I also have provided both to you on numerous occasions, So you have had four years to call and say "hey".... or, to send me a quick email, with no response. So.....NO WAY !!

#learnkorean #hangul

#learnkorean #hangul

Know your colors in Korean

Know your colors in Korean

Koreanische Zahlen http://koreanischlernen.net/koreanische-zahlen-verstehen-und-koreanisch-zaehlen-fuer-anfaenger/ koreanisch lernen #Südkorea

Koreanische Zahlen http://koreanischlernen.net/koreanische-zahlen-verstehen-und-koreanisch-zaehlen-fuer-anfaenger/ koreanisch lernen #Südkorea

"How are you feeling" in Korean. Gibun Eottae?

"How are you feeling" in Korean. Gibun Eottae?

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