How to say cheese in Korean: Chijeu

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How to say cheese in Korean: Chijeu

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To say cheese in Korean: Chijeu
Say it out loud: “Cheese

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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 cheese in other languages!

Arabic–Jobn  (jobn])
Chinese–Nǎilào  (Nai Lao)
Croatian–sir  (seer)
Czech–syr  (seer)
Finnish–juusto  (yoos toh)
French–fromage  (frow mahj)
German–käse  (kay zeh)
Italian–formaggio  (for maj yo)
Japanese–Chīzu  (Chee Zoo)
Korean–Chijeu  (Cheese)
Polish–ser  (sir)
Portuguese–Queijo  (kay zhoo)
Russian–syr  (syr)
Spanish–queso  (kay sō)
Swahili–jibini  (jee bee nee)
Thai–Chit  (CHEET)
Turkish–peynir  (pay neer)
Vietnamese–Phô Mai  (Fo Mai)

In some cultures, "cheese" (Chijeu) is a must have with wine but it's also common with bread. When you are having your meal you can order for "cheese" (Chijeu) as an accompaniment, e.g. "may I have a slice of "cheese" (Chijeu) with some wine? " Or you may enquire at the hotel "do you serve "cheese" (Chijeu) with breakfast? Get instant access to the Korean Language Set.

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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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