Level 2 Lesson 5 / days in a week / 요일

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In this Talk To Me In Korean lesson, we are introducing the Korean names for the 7 days in a week. It takes some effort to memorize and remember these names, but we hope that listening to this lesson will make it a bit easier for you to remember them. As always, please feel free to ask us any questions!

Talk to our friends (whose voices you heard in this lesson) in Korean!

Our friends featured in this lesson are:
우란 (http://twitter.com/rani_woo)
조미경 (http://twitter.com/mikyungcho)
조혜진 (http://twitter.com/nowhere06)

And also, don’t forget to write in the comment what you think 혜진 said in Korean and the translation at the end of the lesson. Thank you for studying with us.

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.

  • 지아

    혜진씨는 말했어요: “월요일부터 일요일저녁까지 일해요.”
    정말요? ㅠ.ㅠ

    My sample sentence:
    저는 금요일에 쇼핑 할 거예요.

  • 아야

    남자친구가 토요일마다 집에 왔어요 = my boyfriend came home every saturday.
    내일는 진짜 신나 일 거예요 = tomorrow is gonna be an exciting day.
    is it correct? please correct me if I made mistakes.

  • Harvey Rivas Potot

    퀴즈: 월요일부터 일요일 저녁까지 일해요.
    –>이번 주 화요일에는 친구의 생일이에요. 그래서 친구랑 카라오케에 가고 맛있는 음식을 많이 먹어요.

  • Desra Israyana

    난 항상 월요일부터 일요일까지 한국어 공부해요
    I always studying Korean from monday to sunday

    Is it right?

  • Annika

    윌요(月曜)、화요(火曜)、수요(水曜)、목요(木曜)、금요(金曜)、토요(土曜)、일요(日曜)… I love how Japanese and Korean are related so much! I’m always getting excited when I see another similarity and the Days of the week are just about the same! 🙂