How to say boiled in Korean: Salmeun

speaksheets-cartoon-lead1

Speak better. Travel easier. Have more fun. We offer some of the very best language sheets for your international travels, including Korean.

How to say boiled in Korean: Salmeun

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

To say boiled in Korean: Salmeun
Say it out loud: “Sal Meun

You can learn how to say boiled and over 220 other travel-friendly words and phrases with our inexpensive, easy-to-use Korean language cheat sheets. We can help you make your next trip to another country even more fun and immersive. Click below!

  • Korean Language Set
    Basics and Food Sheet
  • $5

    one-time
  • For the Single Destination
  • Get All Languages
    Free lifetime updates
  • $17

    one-time
  • For the Frequent Traveler
  • Get easy-to-print cheat sheets
  • Get all languages, including Korean
  • The essential travel accessory

Some more helpful words in our Korean Cooking Methods category:

baked – Guun  (Goo Oon)
boiled – Salmeun  (Sal Meun)
fried – Twigin  (Twee Gin)
grilled – Geurire Guun  (Grill E Goo Oon)
rare – Reeo  (Rare)
raw – Ikhiji Anheun  (Eek Ki Ji Ah Neun)
roasted – Roseuteu  (Roast)
sauteed – Gireume Bokkeun  (Gi Reum Eh Bo Kkeun)
spicy – Maeun  (Mae Oon)
stewed – Seutyu  (Stew)
stuffed – Chaeun  (Chae Oon)
well done – Weldeon  (Well Done)

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

Arabic–Maghli  (mag li)
Chinese–Zhǔ De  (Joo Duh)
Croatian–kuhan  (koo hahn)
Czech–vařený  (vah zhen ee)
Finnish–keitetty  (que it eht tih)
French–bouilli  (boo ee)
German–gekocht  (guh kaHct)
Italian–bollito  (bowl ee toe)
Japanese–Yudeta  (Yoo Deh Tah)
Korean–Salmeun  (Sal Meun)
Polish–gotowany  (go to vah' nyh)
Portuguese–Cozido  (koh zee doo)
Russian–varyonnyu  (vah ryo nyu)
Spanish–hervido  (air vee doe)
Swahili–chemsha  (cheh mm shah)
Thai–Tom  (TOHM)
Turkish–haşlama  (hawsh' luh muh)
Vietnamese–Luộc  (Luu-Uhk)

Native destinations are known to have a wide range of food stuffs to sample from and if you are willing to experiment with local delicacies you can sample meat products that have been smoked, baked, roasted or "boiled" (Salmeun). You can also ask for "boiled" (Salmeun) water if the native weather happens to get cold and wet. Get instant access to the Korean Language Set.

Contributor

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

Get Korean Only
$5 quick easy download
Get All 20 Languages
only $17, free lifetime updates

About Us:  SpeakSheets provides printable language cheat sheets to make travel more fun and immersive.   Become a Lifetime Access and get all of our organized, easy-to-use SpeakSheets forever.  Download the PDF’s anytime, have them handy, even access them on your phone or tablet.   We have learned from experience that a little investment in learning the language of the country you are visiting makes your travels fun and immersive.  Try SpeakSheets today!

Previous post : Yudeta
Next post : Cozido