How to say glass in Korean: Jan

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How to say glass in Korean: Jan

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

To say glass in Korean: Jan
Say it out loud: “Jan

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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 glass in other languages!

Arabic–Zugag  (zu gag)
Chinese–Bēizi  (Bay Dz)
Croatian–čašu  (cha shoo)
Czech–sklenice  (skleh neets eh)
Finnish–lasi  (lah sih)
French–verre  (vairh)
German–glas  (glahs)
Italian–coppa  (koe puh)
Japanese–Gurasu  (Goo Rah Soo)
Korean–Jan  (Jan)
Polish–szklanka  (shklan' ka)
Portuguese–Copo  (koh poo)
Russian–stakan  (stah kahn)
Spanish–vaso  (vah sō)
Swahili–bilauri  (bee lah oo rhi)
Thai–Kaeo  (GAY-oh)
Turkish–bardak  (kah day')
Vietnamese–Ly  (Lee)

"glass" (Jan) is used worldwide to make varying things, ranging from kitchen ware to ornaments to enhancing structural designs. It's very interesting to see how native travel destination utilizes "glass" (Jan). When on tour you can ask your native tour guide "are there "glass" (Jan) markets in your country?" or "are there any buildings or regions with amazing glass designs?" 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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