How to say celiac in Korean: Selliak Byeong

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How to say celiac in Korean: Selliak Byeong

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To say celiac in Korean: Selliak Byeong
Say it out loud: “Celiac Byung

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Diet Considerations category:

bread – Ppang  (Bbang)
celiac – Selliak Byeong  (Celiac Byung)
cheese – Chijeu  (Cheese)
dairy – Yujepum  (Yoo Je Poom)
eggs – Gyeran  (Gye Ran)
gluten-free – Geulluten Peuri  (Gluten-Free)
I am vegan – Jeoneun Bigeonipnida.  (Juh Neun Vegan Im Ni Da.)
I am vegetarian – Jeoneun Chaesikjuuijaipnida.  (Juh Neun Chae Shik Joo Ee Ja Im Ni Da.)
I don't eat… – Jeoneun …Reul Meokji Anhseupnida.  (Juh Neun …Reul Muk Ji Ahn Sum Ni Da.)
kosher – Kosyeo  (Kosher)
meat – Gogi  (Go Gi)
milk – Uyu  (Ooh Yoo)
nuts – Gyeongwaryu  (Gyun Gwa Ryoo)
organic – Yuginong  (Yoo Gi Nong)
sugar – Seoltang  (Sul Tang)
wheat – Mil  (Mil)

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

Chinese–Fùqiāng Bìng Huànzhě  (Foo Chyang Bing Hwan Juh)
Croatian–celijakija  (sell ee ah kee ya)
Czech–celiac  (say lee ack)
French–coeliaque  (seal ee ack)
German–zöliakie  (zoo lee ah kee)
Italian–celiaco  (chel ee ah koe)
Japanese–Searikku  (Ceh Ree Ack)
Korean–Selliak Byeong  (Celiac Byung)
Portuguese–Doença Celíaca  (do-en sa se lee-aa kah)
Russian–tseliakiya  (tseh lee ah kee ya)
Spanish–celíaco  (sell ee' ah koe)
Swahili–shida ya tumbo  (She dah yah too m’boh)
Thai–Gin Kluten Mai Dai  (geen gloo ten MAI DAI)
Turkish–colyak  (johl' yahk)
Vietnamese–Dị Ứng Tinh Bột  (Yee Ung Din Bot)

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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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