How to say bar in Korean: Ba


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How to say bar in Korean: Ba

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

To say bar in Korean: Ba
Say it out loud: “Bar

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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 bar in other languages!

Arabic–Bar  (bar)
Chinese–Jiǔbā  (Jyo Ba)
Croatian–bar  (baahr)
Czech–bar  (bar)
Finnish–baari  (bar ih)
French–Bar  (bah)
German–die bar  (dee baH)
Italian–osteria  (ohs teh ree' ah)
Japanese–Bā  (Baah)
Korean–Ba  (Bar)
Polish–bar  (bar)
Portuguese–Bar  (bar)
Russian–bar  (bar)
Spanish–bar  (bar)
Swahili–baa  (bah)
Thai–Ba  (bah)
Turkish–bar  (bar)
Vietnamese–Quán Bar  (Gwahn Ba)

There's a difference between a "bar" (Ba) and a restaurant. In some cultures, they do combine both. Therefore, depending on what your entertainment needs are, knowing how to ask which one is available will ensure that you are on track for your entertainment hit! Get instant access to the Korean Language Set and learn more about places.


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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