How to say coffee / tea in Korean: Keopi / Cha

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How to say coffee / tea in Korean: Keopi / Cha

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

To say coffee / tea in Korean: Keopi / Cha
Say it out loud: “Coffe / Cha

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Dining Basics,Drinks category:

...a glass of – … Han Jan  (… Han Jan)
...a liter of – … 1 Riteo  (… 1 Liter)
...beer – … Maekju  (… Maek Joo)
...red/white wine – …Redeu Wain/Hwaiteu Wain  (…Red Wine/ White Wine)
beer / wine – Maekju / Wain  (Maek Joo / Wine)
beverage – Eumryosu  (Um Nyo Soo)
bottled water – Byeonge Deun Mul  (Byung Ae Deun Mool)
business hours – Yeongeop Sigan  (Young Up Shi Gan)
carbonated water – Sodasu  (So Da Soo)
casual restaurant – Kaejyueol Reseutorang  (Casual Restaurant)
check – Gyesanseo  (Gye San Suh)
coffee / tea – Keopi / Cha  (Coffe / Cha)
grocery store – Supeomakes  (Super Market)
hot water – Tteugeoun Mul  (Ddeu Guh Oon Mool)
marketplace – Sijang  (Shi Jang)
menu – Menyu  (Menu)
no ice – Eoreum Eopsi  (Uh Reum Up Shi)
restaurant – Sikdang  (Shik Dang)
service charge – Bongsaryo  (Bong Sa Ryo)
table for two – 2in Teibeul  (Ee Yin Table)
tip – Tip  (Tip)
water – Mul  (Mool)
… a bottle of – … Han Byeong  (… Han Byung)
….house wine – … Hauseu Wain  (… House Wine)

And here’s how to say coffee / tea in other languages!

Arabic–Kahwa / Shay  (kah wa / shay)
Chinese–Kāfēi /Chá  (Ka Fay / Cha)
Croatian–kava / čaj  (kah vuh / chai)
Czech–káva / čaj  (KAH vah / chai)
Finnish–kahvi / tee  (kahh vih / teh eh)
French–café / thé  (café / tay)
German–kaffe / tee  (coffee / tea)
Italian–caffè / tè  (caff fay / tay)
Japanese–Kōhī / Koucha  (Kooh Heeh / Kow Cha)
Korean–Keopi / Cha  (Coffe / Cha)
Polish–kawa / herbata  (kha' va / her ba' ta)
Portuguese–Café/Chá  (kah fay/shaa)
Russian–kofe / chay  (koh fye / chay)
Spanish–café / té  (kah fay / tay)
Swahili–kahawa / chai  (kah ha wah / chai)
Thai–Kafae/Cha  (gah feh/chah)
Turkish–kahve / çay  (ka huh vay / chai)
Vietnamese–Cá Phê / Trà  (Ga Fe / Tra)

In many cultures it's common to be asked "will you have "coffee / tea" (Keopi / Cha)?" Once you order for breakfast, your tour agent or reception may ask the same question so as to know what to serve you for the duration you are there. Get instant access to the Korean Language Set.

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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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