How to say fish in Korean: Saengseon

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How to say fish in Korean: Saengseon

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

To say fish in Korean: Saengseon
Say it out loud: “Saeng Sun

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Seafood category:

crab – Ge  (Ge)
fish – Saengseon  (Saeng Sun)
lobster – Rapseuteo  (Lobster)
salmon – Yeoneo  (Yeon Uh)
shellfish – Eopaeryu  (Uh Pae Ryoo)
shrimp – Saeu  (Sae Woo)
tuna – Chamchi  (Cham Chi)

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

Arabic–Samak  (sa mak)
Chinese–Yú Ròu  (Yü Row)
Croatian–riba  (ree bah)
Czech–ryba  (ree bah)
Finnish–kala  (kah lah)
French–poisson  (pwah soh)
German–fisch  (fish)
Italian–pesce  (pesh' ay)
Japanese–Sakana  (Sah Kah Nah)
Korean–Saengseon  (Saeng Sun)
Polish–ryba  (ry' ba)
Portuguese–Peixe  (pay shee)
Russian–ryba  (ry bah)
Spanish–pescado  (pehs kah doe)
Swahili–samaki  (sah mah kee)
Thai–Plaa  (blah)
Turkish–balık  (wall ik)
Vietnamese–Cá  (Ka)

During your travels, you will have a chance to participate in many sporting activities, one of them could be sport fishing, this is where you go out into the lake or ocean and catch "fish" (Saengseon) for your own meal. Also "fish" (Saengseon) is served in hotels for meals and you can always try and sample everything offered on the "fish" (Saengseon) menu. 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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