How to say this morning in Korean: Oneul Achim

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How to say this morning in Korean: Oneul Achim

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

To say this morning in Korean: Oneul Achim
Say it out loud: “Oh Nul Ah Chim

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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 this morning in other languages!

Arabic–Haza Al Sabah  (ha za al sa bah)
Chinese–Jīn Zǎo  (Jin Dzao)
Croatian–jutros  (you trōs)
Czech–dnes ráno  (duh ness RAH no)
Finnish–tänä aamuna  (ta nah aah mu nah)
French–Ce matin  (suh ma tah)
German–heute furüh  (hoy tuh foo huH)
Italian–Sta mattina  (stah mah tee nah)
Japanese–Kesa  (Keh Sah)
Korean–Oneul Achim  (Oh Nul Ah Chim)
Polish–dziś rano  (jeesh ra' noh)
Portuguese–Esta Manhã  (es ta man yahn)
Russian–etim utrom  (eh teem oo trahm)
Spanish–este mañana  (ess tay mahn yahn' uh)
Swahili–leo asubuhi  (lay oh ah soo boo hee)
Thai–Chao Ni  (chao nee)
Turkish–bu sabah  (boo sah bah)
Vietnamese–Sáng Nay  (Sahng Nai)

Where would you like to go "this morning" (Oneul Achim) ? Your host might ask you in Korean. This is an easy phrase, sometimes requiring one word answers, so you should not feel daunted by the question! Learn some of the places and phrases you might want to go using the 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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