How to say fork in Korean: Pokeu

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How to say fork in Korean: Pokeu

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

To say fork in Korean: Pokeu
Say it out loud: “Fork

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Table Settings category:

chopsticks – Jeosgarak  (Jut Kka Rak)
fork – Pokeu  (Fork)
glass – Jan  (Jan)
knife – Naipeu  (Knife)
napkin – Naepkin  (Napkin)
plate – Jeopsi  (Jup Shi)
spoon – Sutgarak  (Soo Kka Rak)

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

Arabic–Shuka  (shu ka)
Chinese–Chāzi  (Cha Dz)
Croatian–vilica  (vill it sah)
Czech–vidlice  (vid leet say)
Finnish–haarukka  (haa rook kah)
French–fourchette  (four shet)
German–gabel  (gah buhl)
Italian–forchetta  (for ket uh)
Japanese–Fō'ku  (Fooh Koo)
Korean–Pokeu  (Fork)
Polish–widelec  (vee de' letz)
Portuguese–Garfo  (gahr foo)
Russian–vilka  (veel kah)
Spanish–tenedor  (ten ay door)
Swahili–uma  (oo mah)
Thai–Som  (sawm)
Turkish–çatal  (chuh tahl)
Vietnamese–Nĩa  (Nee-Uh)

Cutlery comprises of all table ware items that are used during a meal. A "fork" (Pokeu) is an important piece of the table ware as it is used to hold down food when cutting it or lifting big chunks of food. So always ensues you have a "fork" (Pokeu) on your table. 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
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