How to say cucumber in Korean: Oi

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How to say cucumber in Korean: Oi

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

To say cucumber in Korean: Oi
Say it out loud: “Oh Ee

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Vegetables category:

artichokes – Atichokeu  (Artichoke)
beans – Kong  (Kong)
carrots – Danggeun  (Dang Keun)
chickpeas – Byeongarikong  (Byung Ah Ri Kong)
cucumber – Oi  (Oh Ee)
eggplant – Gaji  (Ga Ji)
garlic – Maneul  (Ma Neul)
lentils – Renjeu Kong  (Len Zu Kong)
mushrooms – Beoseos  (Buh Sut)
olives – Ollibeu  (All Ee Beu)
onions – Yangpa  (Yang Pa)
peppers – Pimang  (Pi Mang)
potato – Gamja  (Gam Ja)
salad – Saelleodeu  (Salad)
spinach – Sigeumchi  (Shi Gum Chi)
tomatoes – Tomato  (Tomato)

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

Arabic–Kheyar  (ke yar)
Chinese–Huánggua  (Hwang Gwa)
Croatian–krastavac  (krah stah vahts)
Czech–okurka  (oh kur kuh)
Finnish–kurkku  (koork kuh)
French–concombre  (cone coh mb)
German–gurke  (goor kuh)
Italian–cetriolo  (cheh tree ah low)
Japanese–Kyuri  (Cu' Ree)
Korean–Oi  (Oh Ee)
Polish–ogórek  (o goo' rek)
Portuguese–Pepino  (peh pee noo)
Russian–ogurets  (ah goo ryets)
Spanish–pepino  (peh pee' no)
Swahili–tango  (tah n’goh)
Thai–Taengkwa  (deng gwah)
Turkish–salatalik  (sah lah tall ik)
Vietnamese–Dưa Leo  (Yu-Uh Lay-O)

There are few things you can have with all the meals in your day and one of them is "cucumber" (Oi). It's light, healthy and can have it anytime of the day or night. So next time you're on tour, pack some "cucumber" (Oi). 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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