한국어 Learn Korean | Months (Focused on Common Mistakes)

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Learn months in Korean with Korean Unnie! This video is focused on common mistakes that foreigners make and also covers some Sino-Korean words!

 

안녕하세요! 한국어를 쉽고 재미있게 가르치는 한국언니예요.
Hello! This is Korean Unnie that makes learning Korean fun and easy.

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TINKERAROHA, I hope I pronounced it right has asked me to make a video on months.

I thought it’s a good idea because there are several things that I can teach by making a video on this topic. And for people who already thinks you know all about this, still watch it because there is something you might now know~~~

Basically, for Korean months, you just attach the 월 after the Sino-Korean number of the month.

If you don’t know how to count Sino-Korean numbers, click on this video right here.

But what I want to talk about is this 월.

월 月 is a Hanja, which means it’s derived from Chinese characters, and it originally means ‘moon’.

It’s extended meaning is ‘month’ and it is used in lots of Korean vocabulary.

For example

월초 means beginning of the month
since 월 means month and 초 means beginning

and

월말 means end of the month
because 월 means month and 말 means end or last.

Of course, these two vocabulary are both Sino-Korean words. If you’re not quite getting what I mean by Sino-Korean words, go and review this video right here.

Now that you know the meaning of 월, it’s pretty easy. Just attach 월 after the numbers from One to Twelve.

But, there are some exceptions.

Be extra careful for June and October.

Many people think June would be 육월 because six is 육 in Korean and they attach 월 after 육.

However, in this case, you need to delete the final consonant of 육, so it becomes 유월.

유월.

It’s the same for October as well. You delete the final consonant of ten, 십 and it becomes 시월 not 십월.

시월.

These were the two points that I wanted to teach you today.

The meaning of 월
and the June and October exceptions

Now, assuming that all of you know months in Korean, I will organize them for you guys to review.

Janurary 일월
Feburary 이월
March 삼월
April 사월
May 오월
June 유월
July 칠월
August 팔월
September 구월
October 시월
November 십일월
December 십이월

This is the end of today’s episode of Korean Unnie. Did you find it helpful? Share this video with your friends that also study Korean and practice together! Practice makes perfect.

그럼 다음 시간에 더 유익한 콘텐츠로 만나요.
Then see you next time with another informative Korean video.
그럼 안녕 ~~~

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