Describe This Picture: Cloudy Sky and Ocean View Room


Describe This Picture is a lesson series where you can learn new vocabulary words and expressions related to a photograph. Beginner-level learners can learn new words, and intermediate-level learners can pick up new ways to describe things!

Sample sentences describing this picture:

  1. 하늘에 구름이 많이 끼어 있어요.
  2. 해변에 파도가 부서지고 있어요.
  3. 바다에 배가 한 척 떠 있어요.
  4. 수평선 위로 섬이 하나 보여요.
  5. 호텔 객실에서 바다가 보여요.

Watch the video lesson below to learn what these sentences mean:

Key Words

  • 하늘 – sky
  • 구름 – cloud
  • 구름이 끼다 – to be cloudy
  • 해변 – beach, seashore, seaside (바닷가)
  • 파도 – wave
  • 부서지다 – to get broken, to be smashed
  • 바다 – sea
  • 배 – ship
  • 뜨다 – to float
  • 수평선 – horizon
  • 섬 – island
  • 객실 – hotel room
  • 보이다 – to be seen, can see, to be visible
Describe This Picture: Cloudy Sky and Ocean View Room
  • Ana Perez

    Really good work! Its a way to know randoms words and we can use it and feel familiar by talking ourselves and don’t stay with a 멘봉 when we are expressing ! Thanks.. PS. I’M in level 6, and its totally understand full now!

    • 감사합니다! ^^ We have a lot more videos coming this series as well as a lot of great photographs, so please stay tuned ^_^

  • Mini Konkhmer

    This is good lesson to learn to describe about picture and, otherwise, help me learn more new useful vocabulary. I really enjoy pay my time studying Korean with this website everyday. Thanks all best teachers here, and essentially appreciate and profoundly admire your hard-working time… <3 😀

  • Sandra P. Ingan

    1st time watching your video, very good & I’m beginner, looking forward to learn & master Korean language,

  • Evita R

    I like the video and the sentences, very nice! 감사합니다. I just have a couple grammar-related questions:

    1. What’s the difference between -고 있다 and -아/어 있다? Can I say “배가 한 척 뜨고 있어요”? I know you have lesson 7×24 but that is about passive verbs and neither 끼다, nor 뜨다 are passive.

    2. Why is it “섬이 하나” and not “섬이 한 개” or something like that with a counter? Is it just a special word that never uses counters?

  • This is great! Lots of vocabulary words, lots of grammar points, lots of information packed in just a few minutes. Please make more of these! 🙂