Korean Numbers (from Basic Counting to Calculations)

In any language and culture, numbers are an essential part of everyday life, but when you are learning a new language, learning numbers can be a bit of a challenge because the names of the numbers and related terms may be drastically different. You may also have to look at numbers and equations in a slightly different way than you are used. The only way to make this process easier is to actively practice using numbers in the language you are learning. Luckily, the function of numbers and the operations in which you can use them are universal, making the concept of numbers the same in every language!

With this e-book, you will master the Korean number systems and the related words and phrases. Are you ready to get started? Let’s go! 시작!

You can listen to the audio lessons here, and get the accompanying e-book on our store. The e-book has all the words and number units introduced in the audio lessons plus detailed tables for numbers and pronunciations.

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평창 [pyeong-chang]

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