How to say 9 in Korean: Gu

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How to say 9 in Korean: Gu

Learning Korean for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say 9 in Korean: Gu
Say it out loud: “Goo

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Numbers category:

1 – Il  (Il)
2 – I  (Ee)
3 – Sam  (Sahm)
4 – Sa  (Sa)
5 – O  (Oh)
6 – Yuk  (Yook)
7 – Chil  (Chil)
8 – Pal  (Pal)
9 – Gu  (Goo)
10 – Sip  (Ship)
11 – Sibil  (Ship Il)
12 – Sibi  (Ship Ee)
20 – Isip  (Ee Ship)
30 – Samsip  (Sam Ship)
40 – Sasip  (Sah Ship)
50 – Osip  (Oh Ship)
60 – Yuksip  (Yook Ship)
70 – Chilsip  (Chil Ship)
80 – Palsip  (Pal Ship)
90 – Gusip  (Goo Ship)
100 – Baek  (Baek)
1000 – Cheon  (Chun)

And here’s how to say 9 in other languages!

Arabic–Tes'a  (tes ha)
Chinese–Jiǔ  (Jyo)
Croatian–devet  (deh vet)
Czech–devět  (deh vyet)
Finnish–yhdeksän  (ihh dexan)
French–Neuf  (nuff)
German–neun  (noyn)
Italian–nove  (no vay)
Japanese–Kyuu  (Kyu)
Korean–Gu  (Goo)
Polish–dziewięć  (jev' yench)
Portuguese–Nove  (noh vee)
Russian–devyat'  (dye vyat)
Spanish–nueve  (noo eh vay)
Swahili–tisa  (tee sah)
Thai–Kao  (GAO)
Turkish–dokuz  (doh koos)
Vietnamese–Chín  (Chin)

Aside from the alphabet, numbers are the easiest and most common way to learn any language. For example, this is how you say "9" (Gu) in Korean. Which other numbers do you know? Which others can you learn? Get instant access to the Korean Language Set and learn all the numbers you'll ever need to know in your travel.

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Jung-Eun Park
Biography: Jung-Eun was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. She has a Master's degree in Translation and Localization Management and is currently working as a project manager at a translation company.
Born: Seoul, Korea
Location: Seoul, Korea

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