How to say chicken in Korean: Talk

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How to say chicken in Korean: Talk

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

To say chicken in Korean: Talk
Say it out loud: “Dak

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Meats category:

beef – Sogogi  (So Go Gi)
chicken – Talk  (Dak)
duck – Ori  (Oh Ri)
goat – Yeomso  (Yum So)
ham – Haem  (Ham)
lamb – Yanggogi  (Yang Go Gi)
pork – Dwaejigogi  (Doae Ji Go Gi)
rabbit – Tokki  (To Kki)
steak – Seuteikeu  (Steak)
veal – Songaji Gogi  (Song Ah Jee Go Gi)
venison – Saseumgogi  (Sa Sum Go Gi)

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

Arabic–Dajaj  (da jaj)
Chinese–Jī Ròu  (Jee Row)
Croatian–pileće meso  (pee let chay meh zoe)
Czech–kuřecí  (koor zeh tse)
Finnish–kana  (kah nah)
French–poulet  (poo lay)
German–hänchen  (hench in)
Italian–pollo  (poll o)
Japanese–Tori Niku  (Toh Ree Nee Koo)
Korean–Talk  (Dak)
Polish–kurczak  (koor' tchak)
Portuguese–Frango  (fran goo)
Russian–kuritsa  (koo ree tsah)
Spanish–pollo  (poy yo)
Swahili–kuku  (koo koo)
Thai–Kai  (gai)
Turkish–tavuk eti  (tau ook eh tay)
Vietnamese–Gà  (Ga)

Chicken is a common meat in almost every culture, be it European, Asian or African. Chickens are raised everywhere, and served in a variety of ways, both expected and unexpected. Some cultures and regions might offer similar fowl, such as duck or even pigeon, but you will almost always find chicken on the menu. If you're really not sure about what you are ordering, learn how to say "vegetables only" to be on the safe side!

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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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