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Weather in the Korean language (Korean learning time)

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I am not a Korean teacher, and I am learning Korean for fun. This text may contain some mistakes. If you see any, please let me know. Thank you!

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Yesterday we learned how to say seasons in Korean, you can read it here.

Today we will learn how to say/write weather in Korean.

How do you say weather in Korean?

In the Korean language, weather is 날씨 (nal-ssi).

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Today 날씨 was very beautiful.

And an example of a song with the word 날씨 in it.

The second word that we will learn is rain.

How do you say rain in Korean?

In the Korean language, rain is 비 (bi)

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비 is falling. 가을 is in the air.

The third word that we will learn is snow.

How do you say snow in Korean?

In the Korean language, snow is 눈 (nun).

겨울 is almost over and there is still no 눈. I

ATTENTION!

눈 (nun) also means eye in Korean.

I have something in my 눈.

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The fourth word that we will learn is wind.

How do you say wind in Korean?

In the Korean language, wind is 바람 (ba-ram).

During 여름, there are often strong 바람.

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The fifth word that we will learn is cloud.

How do you say cloud in Korean?

In the Korean language, cloud is구름 (goo-reum).

There are so many beautiful 구름 in the sky.

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The sixth word that we will learn is the sun.

How do you say sun in Korean?

In the Korean language, sun is 해(hae), 태양 (taeyang).

This time we have two words for sun!

The first word is the Korean word 해 (quick tip on how to remember: he(y) it is finally a sunny day! (or something similar). This one is used more often.

The second word is 태양 which is actually a Sino-Korean word.

It comes from 태 (太 ) = be too great, very great. A superlative derivative of 大 (big).

This one has more academic connotation (for example when you are talking about galaxy…) 양 (陽) = sun, light

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I love해.

태양 is far from Earth.

That is all for today!

I hope you enjoy the second Korean lesson with me!

If you want more of those lessons, let me know in the comments :)

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