Infographic: Periods of Time in Korean Times of the day, days, months, years, long periods of time

Infographic: Periods of Time in Korean Times of the day, days, months, years, long periods of time

In this KWotD we we learn how to say 'Stupid' in Korean. For this, you use the word babo (in Hangul: 바보) but there are some alternatives to this word that you might want to be aware of.

In this KWotD we we learn how to say 'Stupid' in Korean. For this, you use the word babo (in Hangul: 바보) but there are some alternatives to this word that you might want to be aware of.

"허당 (heodang) : sloppy and clumsy person - 허당 indicates people who are inexpertly clumsy. However, this phrase doesn’t refer to people who just often make mistakes. Rather, it is used to describe people who look smart and perfect but are actually sloppy."

7 Essential Korean slang words you should know - Part 2

"허당 (heodang) : sloppy and clumsy person - 허당 indicates people who are inexpertly clumsy. However, this phrase doesn’t refer to people who just often make mistakes. Rather, it is used to describe people who look smart and perfect but are actually sloppy."

In this lesson we will take a look at how to say Merry Christmas in Korean. The way to say this in Korean is taken directly from English and you say 'meri kurisumasu' (in Hangul: 메리 크리스마스).

In this lesson we will take a look at how to say Merry Christmas in Korean. The way to say this in Korean is taken directly from English and you say 'meri kurisumasu' (in Hangul: 메리 크리스마스).

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