Korean Vocabulary Booster – Car Parts


Learn new Korean vocabulary words or review what you have learned before using these Korean Vocabulary Booster lessons and the mini quizzes included in the lesson posts! You can listen to the audio tracks to learn how each word is pronounced and also listen to the commentary track to learn about the words in more detail.

Trabant car

Take this short quiz to find out how well you know car part names in Korean.

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Listen and repeat out loud as you listen to the list of words related to BODY PARTS.

  1. 자동차 car
  2. 앞바퀴 front wheel
  3. 뒷바퀴 back wheel
  4. 전조등 headlamp
  5. 후미등 taillight
  6. 차창 car window
  7. 앞 유리창 windshield
  8. 와이퍼 windshield wiper
  9. 깜빡이 turn signal
  10. 사이드미러 side mirror
  11. 백미러 rear-view mirror
  12. 본네트 car hood
  13. 핸들 steering wheel
  14. 운전대 steering wheel
  15. 운전석 driver’s seat
  16. 조수석 passenger seat
  17. 뒷좌석 back seat
  18. 안전벨트 seat belt
  19. 앞문 front door
  20. 뒷문 back door
  21. 트렁크 trunk
  22. 문 손잡이 car door knob
  23. 기어 transmission
  24. 타이어 tire
  25. 번호판 car number plate
  26. 주유구 oil cab


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Korean Vocabulary Booster – Car Parts
  • peony


    this booster is awesome!!!…i love it!!! it’s so useful…i wonder if maybe you make one of this with a business issue ^_^ 감사합니다!
    Thanks A lot 선생님^^

  • Bre

    Yes! I got 100% I love these mini tests (^-^)

  • Steve Gongos

    “Number plate” should be license plate. Just letting you know…

  • Raymond Yang

    Awesome, been waiting for it!!!!

  • Sally Andrews

    So much fun, thanks!

  • Mira

    You used a map of Berlin for the cover! That´s awsome because i am from Berlin ^^

    And the lesson was of course great as always!!!

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  • Michelle

    What do you mean by oil cab? Should it be oil cap? Thanks so much for this lesson!!!

    • Layla

      I guess it’s oil cab

    • Seokjin Jin

      Ah… I think it is a typo. I think cap is correct. I am sorry. 🙁

  • Morrie B.

    I got 100%! ^_^ I never even studied car parts before!

    • Morrie B.

      I just noticed there was a list of vocab… This could have been a lot easier…

  • sam sis

    I want to ask you something I am new in this page and I don’t
    know a lot of things in it so please can you help me ? I want from you to tell me about this page

  • thanh

    how to say car break?