How to say day after tomorrow in Korean: More

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How to say day after tomorrow in Korean: More

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

To say day after tomorrow in Korean: More
Say it out loud: “Mo Re

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Time category:

business hours – Yeongeop Sigan  (Young Up Shi Gan)
day after tomorrow – More  (Mo Re)
one hour – Han Sigan  (Han Shi Gan)
this evening – Oneul Jeonyeok  (Oh Nul Juh Nyuk)
this morning – Oneul Achim  (Oh Nul Ah Chim)
today – Oneul  (Oh Nul)
tomorrow – Naeil  (Nae Il)
two hours – Du Sigan  (Doo Shi Gan)
when? – Eonje?  (Un Je?)
yesterday; last night – Eoje; Eoje Bam  (Uh Je; Uh Je Bahm)
you got the time? – Myeot Siyeyo?  (Myut Shi Ae Yo?)

And here’s how to say day after tomorrow in other languages!

Arabic–Ba'd Ghad  (bahd gad)
Chinese–Hòutiān  (Hou Tyen)
Croatian–prekosutra  (preh koe soo truh)
Czech–pozítří  (poe ZEE trchee)
Finnish–ylihuomenna  (ilih hu oh men nah)
French–Après-demain  (ah pray due mahn)
German–uebermorgen  (oo ber more gehn)
Italian–Doppo domani  (doe poh doe mahn ee)
Japanese–Asatte  (Ah Satteh)
Korean–More  (Mo Re)
Polish–pojutrze  (po yoo' tsheh)
Portuguese–Depois De Amanhã  (jee po-ees jee ah man yahn)
Russian–poslezavtra  (poh slye zah ftrah)
Spanish–pasado mañana  (pah sah doe mahn yahn' uh)
Swahili–Kesho kutwa  (ke show ku twaa)
Thai–Maruen Ni  (ma roon nee)
Turkish–öbür gün  (oh buhr gun)
Vietnamese–Ngày Mốt  (Ngay Mote)

A phrase like "day after tomorrow" (More) can be used to ask a question, e.g. "where are we going to visit the "day after tomorrow" (More)?" Or the phrase can be used in normal conversation e.g. "today I was at the National Museum, tomorrow I will be traveling to the giraffe center then the "day after tomorrow" (More) I will be at the cultural food festival." 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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