Level 1 Lesson 25 / From A To B, From C Until D / -에서/부터 -까지

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안녕하세요! We are back with another lesson for Level 1. And in fact, this is the last lesson for Level 1. Lesson number 25 will introduce how to say “from A to B” and “from C until D (in terms of time)” using the words 부터, 에서 and 까지. Make sure to try making your own sample phrases, and if you have any questions, please feel free, as always to ask us in the comment box.

Congratulations on finishing Level 1! We will be back very soon with Level 2! 감사합니다.



You can download a free PDF for this lesson here, or if you want to study with our TalkToMeInKorean textbooks, you can get them here. And after you learn the basics, try writing your own Korean sentences and get corrections from native speakers through HaruKorean, our 1:1 correction service.


  • sewar

    계정은 없으면 ttmik 사용할 수 있어요

    • http://twitter.com/jinseokjin jinseokjin

      You can also use TTMIK without the account.

  • Cait

    I don’t know if anyone is interested, but there’s a site called quizlet (you can bing it, it’s the first result) and it’s basically a site for digital flashcards. It’s very cool. I put all the TTMIK level one vocabulary up on it ;) the sets of flash cards are all titled “Korean (Hangul)” so they should be easy to find. Just so you know :D Thank you TTMIK! you rock!

  • selma

    its cool to learn korean but its difficult

  • Jennyfer

    How would you say out a whole list of destinations? I feel as though:

    Seoul buteo Busan ggaji hago Busan buteo Daegu ggaji hago Daegu buteo Jeju-Do ggaji does not seem right at all?

    Seoul to Busan then Busan to Daegu then Daegu to Jeju-Do

    • http://twitter.com/jinseokjin jinseokjin

      It doesn’t sound that wrongly. So you wrote like 서울부터 부산까지하고 부산부터 대구까지하고 대구부터 제주도까지, and I think you did a good job.

  • 거스 Gus

    언녕 여러분! 감사합니다 for the awesome lessons! I would like to know how to say “from the time that X until the time that Y.”

    For instance, “From when I arrived home until now, I’ve missed you.” Would that be:
    “집에 도착했어부터 지금까지 보고 싶어요.” ?

    **EDIT**
    Oh also, when telling someone of my commute by train, would it be correct to say:
    “학교에서 집에까지 헌글 공부했어요.”

    Thank you~!

    • http://talktomeinkorean.com/ Talk To Me In Korean

      You can say “집에 도착했을 때부터 지금까지 보고 싶었어요” :)

    • 거스 Gus

      ^_^ 감사합니다. Is “X-을/를 때…” a standard construction to indicate “the time when X”? I think of the Mandarin construction “X 的时候 (X de shihou).”

      For instance, if I want to say “I saw him when I went to Seoul,” would I say:
      “서을에 갔을 때 그거 사람 봤어요.” ?

  • Ana Camila Bringel

    당신은 아침부터 지금까지 집에서 청소 안 했어요!
    맞이요?