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What do you call a family member in Korean?
Family Members in Korean English Korean Family 臧€臁?(gajok) Father 鞎勲矂歆€ (abeoji) Dad 鞎勲範 (appa) Mother 鞏措ǜ雼?(eomeoni) 14 more rows …
How do you address your parents in Korean?
Note that there are different ways to address your parents, similar to saying 鈥榝ather鈥?or 鈥榙ad鈥?in English. The first titles listed (鞎勲矂歆€/鞏措ǜ雼? are formal ways to call your parents and the second ones (鞎勲範/鞐勲) are more casual. Age and gender become important factors when choosing how to address your siblings in Korean.
How to say 鈥榝riend鈥?in Korean?
Let鈥檚 talk about how to say the word 鈥榝riend鈥?in Korean. The word for 鈥榝riend鈥?in Korean is 旃滉惮 (chingu). You will hear this word a lot when you are in Korea. However, its usage is a little bit different in Korean than it is in English. This is because Koreans generally only use the word for people of the same age.
What do you call your younger siblings in Korean?
For instance, in English, both older and younger siblings are 鈥渂rother鈥?and 鈥渟ister.鈥?But in Korean, there are different words depending on if they鈥檙e older or younger, married or unmarried. Not only that, there are different terms for your dad鈥檚 side of the family and your mom鈥檚 鈥?even if they鈥檙e the same role, like 鈥済randmother鈥?or 鈥渦ncle鈥?