Korean Numbers

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Learning Korean: Numbers: 1 – 10 Video Lesson

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Learning Korean: Numbers: 1 – 10

Numeral Korean
1 일 (하나)
2 이 (둘)
3 삼 (셋)
4 사 (넷)
5 오 (다섯)
6 육 (여섯)
7 칠 (일곱)
8 팔 (여덟)
9 구 (아홉)
10 십 (열)

You may have noticed that there are two sets of Korean numbers. The numbers not in parenthesis are the ones rooted in the Chinese system. Use this set of numbers when talking about money.

When expressing that you want a certain number of something, on the other hand, use the native Korean numbers. For example, you want 하나 coffee, not 일 coffee.


Learning Korean: Numbers 11-19

Numeral Korean
11 십일 (열하나)
12 십이 (열둘)
13 십삼 (열셋)
14 십사 (열넷)
15 십오 (열다섯)
16 십육 (열여섯)
17 십칠 (열일곱)
18 십팔 (열여덟)
19 십구 (열아홉)

Once you’ve got the Korean numbers 1 to 10 memorized, learning the rest is easy. If you want to say the number 11, for example, just say “ten one.” If you want 15 of something, just say that you want “ten five.”

With Korean numbers, there are no additional words to learn, unlike in English where we use new and abstract terms like “twelve” and “eighteen.”


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Learning Korean: Numbers 20 – 90

 

Numeral Korean
20 이십 (스물)
30 삼십 (서른)
40 사십 (마흔)
50 오십 (쉰)
60 육십 (예순)
70 칠십 (이른)
80 팔십 (여든)
90 구십 (아흔)

As you learned above, when speaking numbers from 11 to 19, you say “ten one” (11) or “ten two” (12).

When speaking multiples of ten you just change the word order.

For example, if you want to express the number 20, you just say “two ten.” If you want to express the numeral 30, you say “three ten.”


Learning Korean: Numbers: 100 – 100,000,000

 

Numeral Korean
100
200 이백
1000
10,000
100,000 십만
1,000,000 백만
100,000,000

Multiples of 100 are spoken just like they are in English. To express the numeral 100 in Korean, you just say “one hundred.” To express the numeral 500, you say “five hundred.”

Once you get to 10,000, keep using the term 만. For example 100,000 is expressed by saying “ten” “ten thousand,” 십만.



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