How to say airport in Korean: Gonghang


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How to say airport in Korean: Gonghang

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To say airport in Korean: Gonghang
Say it out loud: “Gong Hang

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Primary Nouns category:

airport – Gonghang  (Gong Hang)
bank – Eunhaeng  (Eun Haeng)
bar – Ba  (Bar)
bus – Beoseu  (Bus)
car – Cha  (Cha)
coffeehouse – Keopisyop  (Coffee Shop)
hospital – Byeongwon  (Byung Won)
hostel – Hoseutel  (Hostel)
hotel – Hotel  (Hotel)
market – Sijang  (Shi Jang)
pharmacy – Yakguk  (Yak Gook)
police – Gyeongchal  (Gyung Chal)
post office – Ucheguk  (Woo Che Gook)
restaurant – Sikdang  (Shik Dang)
taxi – Taeksi  (Taxi)
train – Gicha  (Gi Cha)

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

Arabic–Matar  (ma tar)
Chinese–Jīchǎng  (Jee Chang)
Croatian–zračna luka  (zrahk shnuh loo kuh)
Czech–letiště  (leh teesh tyeh)
Finnish–lentoasema  (len toh ah seh mah)
French–Aéroport  (eye ho poh)
German–der flughafen  (dare flook hof en)
Italian–aeroporto  (eye roh porto)
Japanese–Kuukou  (Koo Kow)
Korean–Gonghang  (Gong Hang)
Polish–lotnisko  (lot nee' sko)
Portuguese–Aeroporto  (ay-ey roo por too)
Russian–aeroport  (ah eh rah port)
Spanish–aeropuerto  (air oh pwair toe)
Swahili–uwanja wa ndege  (oo wahn jah wahn day gay)
Thai–Sanam Bin  (sah nahm been)
Turkish–havaalanı  (ha vah lah nah)
Vietnamese–Xân Bay  (Sahn Bai)

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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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