How do you say “wind” in Korean?


Hey everyone! In addition to our regular lessons, we will be adding more videos where we introduce simple words and phrases in Korean, so that you can learn something new even when you don’t have a lot of time to study. In this video, 경은 introduces the word for “wind” in Korean.

Caution: This video is extremely long!


How do you say “wind” in Korean?
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  • Carmen

    Very long indeed. 😮

  • 제이콥

    오늘는 강한이에요. (The wind is strong today.)
    Please correct this.

    • 오늘은 바람이 강해요.
      오늘은 바람이 강하게 불어요.
      Both will work.

    • Thanks 영빈 for your answers!

  • 아싸! 다 알아 들었다!

    비디오 품질 참 좋아요! 어떤 디카로 찍었어요?

    • ㅋㅋㅋ 축하해요 ㅎㅎ

      그리고 이 비디오는 Canon EOS 500d + Sigma 12-24mm lens로 찍었어요~

  • 지금, 바람이 없어요. 아마 오늘은 따뜻할 거예요.

    • “바람이 없어요” –> “바람이 안 불어요.” 🙂

  • 제임스

    여기는 요즘 날씨 추워요.

    • 그래요? 빨리 따뜻해지면 좋겠어요!

  • 이 동영상처럼 영어도 팍팍 와 닿았으면 좋겠어요. ^^

    • 넵 ^^ 꾸준히 공부하시면 분명히 그렇게 될 거예요! 이렇게 방문해 주시고 댓글까지 남겨 주셔서 감사합니다!

  • Wan

    But I think I’ve seen this video before in the youtube channel. It is supposed to be longer…. ;P

    • Carlo

      Hi Wan. You should have been able to edit your comment after posting the first one. Was the option not available to you when the page reloaded?

      Please let me know.

    • Wan

      It is already available. I just knew it. 🙂

    • Cam

      Wow, that was a reaaally long video! ㅋㅋ
      @Carlo I’m glad the edit/delete option is now available, I love it! And some people just love to spam, haha.

  • in these videos, it would be fun if you could teach a few idomatic phrases that go with the short words… like, for 바람… you could teach “바람뚜이” (he he he).

    great job!!

    • You meant 바람둥이, right? 🙂
      Which means Casanova or playboy. It’s a man who flows around many women like wind. I’m not sure if it make sense at all. ^-^;

    • hi young bin ~~ yes that is what i meant!! i think that word is so funny. is it possible to add “-둥이 ” to the end of a word to make it into a kind of nickname?

  • short and simple 😀
    *cough* testing facebook connect *cough*

  • Wan

    오늘 바람이 많이해요~~~ 후후후

    • 바람 goes with the verb “불다” so you can say 오늘은 바람이 많이 불어요. 🙂

  • nekiragi

    Sooooo loooong that I’ve looked at the caution several times. 깜짝이야!

    • ㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎㅎ

  • Megumitch

    This is the longest video you’ve ever done ᄏᄏᄏ ^.^

  • charmedjean

    어머… The video was so long, I fell asleep ㅋㅌㅋㅌㅋ~

    수고 많이 하셨어요^^*

    선생님들 덕분에 한국어를 재미있게 공부할 수 있어요 ㅎㅎ ~
    화이팅!!!!!!!!!!!!! ^^~

  • bdh

    here is an idea: put 바람 (from 불다)in the write up….

  • 조슈아

    바람은 꽃 주었어요. 감사합니다. 바람은 비 주었어요. 감사합니다. 바람은 제 치마 훔쳤어요. 감-아이구!
    The wind gave me flowers. Thank you wind. The wind gave me rain. Thank you wind. The wind stole my skirt. Thank y-Oh dear!