Video Homework #1 – Sino-Korean numbers

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안녕하세요! Everyone, this is the first video homework for our listeners at TalkToMeInKorean.com! Listen to 경은 counting in sino-Korean numbers, and make a video response to this YouTube video by clicking right here. If you haven’t learned the sino-Korean numbers yet, go check out Level 1 Lesson 15 now!



We will be looking forward to your video responses! ; )


  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Tyler-La/100000387228787 Tyler La

    선생님들, 저는 지금은 내 비디오 만들고 있어요

    • http://twitter.com/kyeongeun Kyeong-eun Choi

      Tyler La :)
      와!! 기대하고 있을게요!! Looking foward to seeing it.

  • Ruby Anne

    hello TTMIK teachers! im ruby from the philippines and i would like to thank you for that video.oh my i anticipate every lesson, and you never fail my expectation!:) every lesson gets more and more interesting…that makes me want to really study Korean. i know you are all working to give us good lessons and THANK God i happened to land on TTMIK site! :)) i don’t know where else to find such great teachers like you all do.

    thank you.thank you! THANK YOU :)

  • Kevin

    I love you guys!! I have found that, TTMIK is a real help and its FREE, WOW!

    • http://twitter.com/jinseokjin jinseokjin

      Thank you for coming here. Yay










    • 이거 맞았죠?

    • Tyler La

      네 맞아요~

  • 기범

    안녕하세요 !! ㅅㅅ

    btw… is this sino korean numbers use for counting money ?!
    i still don’t know about it cuz its make me complicate me about [hana dul set , net and and ....]
    when should i use them!!! in which situation??

    너무 고마워 <3

  • http://facebook.com sheneneh

    hi

    • http://twitter.com/jinseokjin jinseokjin

      Hi.

  • sheneneh

    I want to learn Korean

    • http://twitter.com/jinseokjin jinseokjin

      Yay~~! Good.

  • Aigie

    Thank you)
    i wonder, what are the differences between these numbers and Hana, Dul, set???
    and i think all koreans use hana,dul, set…..don’t they?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Will-Iem/1057787510 Will Iem

      There are two kinds of numbers in Korean.
      Sino – Korean number and Native – Korean number..

      For counting, Usually it uses Native-Korean number.
      Example : han ge, du ge, se ge, etc.

      Sino – Korean number is usually used for money..
      Example : 1500 won ==> chon o bek won.

      It just a few examples for the different of each type..

      Thank you..I hope my explanation can help you..^^

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Laureen-Filla/1826350749 Laureen Filla

    :D I posted a video response
    ^^ I can finally remember all sino-numbers ㅎㅎㅎ
    감사합니다!!!!

    • http://twitter.com/jinseokjin jinseokjin

      Cool! Good job!

  • Ella

    Hello guys i m Ella from Romania, i love Korea<3 recently i found this site and i m very happy :) TTMIK teacher are the best !!Thank you ,thank you, thank you!!

  • https://twitter.com/#!/Andreitta_e Andrea

    heey i have an answer this numbers are different, ’cause i learn another number, for example
    2둘
    1하나
    so, what are this numbers???
    thanks ..
    Gracias

    • http://coleen0629.blogspot.com/ coleen

      that number is called NATIVE KOREAN NUMBERS …