## Target level

TTMIK Levels 1-3

## What can you achieve through this course?

- Learn everything about Korean numbers from Sino-Korean numbers to native Korean numbers to decimal points and fractions

## Sample lesson

## Lecturers

## Course language

English

## What can you find inside the course?

- 8 lessons

## Customer reviews

"Finally a more in-depth discussion on the Korean numbering system! The Korean Numbers e-book provides the essential information you need to grasp how both the sino-Korean and native Korean numbering system works. Quite often I've found myself wondering - do I use sino-Korean or native Korean? - when it comes to counting or computing. This is the perfect reference that I'll be using again and again (until I hopefully master both systems)."

**SK**

"I loved the explanation of when to use each set of numbers. I have a hard time with native Korean numbers and this book helped me a lot! Not only does this book teach you how to count and Karen, it also teaches you counting classifiers and how to tell time. This book is worth every penny!!!!"

**Michael K.**

"This e-book is great. Numbers and math are an essential part of everyday life, but I have yet to master them. Since my major is in Physics, I've always been curious how people SAY math in other languages. Now I can get the basics down, which is really nice since I like talking about math and physics to my friends. The tables are thorough, and the audio files really help digest the information in a less tedious manner. Thank you very much! Also, I say this e-book is basic (also essential) and advanced at the same time because some topics, like number systems and counters, time and date, are essential for communicating. However discussing math and calculations is not a necessity for most people, but instead probably an advanced topic."

**Sean H.**

## Table of contents

- Sino-Korean Numbers
- Native Korean Numbers
- Counters in Korean
- Ordinal Numbers in Korean
- Big Numbers in Korean
- Date and Time in Korean
- Decimal Points and Fractions
- Basic Calculations

It’s a nice course. I really like it. Still need some time to memorize the native Korean numbers.^^

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I found typos in lesson 5 for ๊ฒฝ[gyeong] 10ยนโถ which should be 1020 (10 to the power 20) and ํด [hae] 10ยฒโฐ which should be 1024 (10 to the power 24) .

Hi,

Thank you for your comment.

๊ฒฝ is 10ยนโถ, and ํด is 10ยฒโฐ. Could you send us an email if you want to discuss this further? ๐

Is there a course about money? I couldn’t find it ๐ Otherwise a very insightful course. Thank you ๐

Hi! Could you send us an email? ๐

Thank you!

Thank you TTMIK for these wonderful lessons! I can confidently say that I know already the Korean number system. Although I still have to practice writing these numbers in Hangeul.

Thank you for studying Korean with us! Keep up the great work. ๐

Hello TTMIK teachersโค Thank you so much for the lessons! I have better understanding on the Korean numbers since I am always confused on when to use sino-Korean numbers and native Korean numbers๐คฆโโ๏ธ

btw for the last lesson focusing on exponents, the web notes stated that ์ ๊ณฑ should be used with native Korean numbers, but the examples marking the pronunciation is sino-Korean number๐ฏ

Thank you for studying with us!

It cannot be evident, and we understand.

For example, you can say 3ยณ —> 3์ ์ธ ์ ๊ณฑ (3์ 3์น[sam-seng])

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๋ก is only when we count the numbers like 3,4,5,๋ฅ,7,8… or when we say 767 ์น ๋ฐฑ๋ฅ์ญ์น can be use? Itโs not ์น ๋ฐฑ์ก์ญ์น ? Iโm confused about that. Thanks โค๏ธ I like everything of this page!

์น ๋ฐฑ์ก์ญ์น , ์น ๋ฐฑ๋ฅ์ญ์น -> They are both fine ๐ When we sound out 6 individually, we pronounce ์ก (not ๋ฅ). However, when we sound out 6 with other numbers like 1,2,3,4,5,6,7… or 767 , we can pronounce ๋ฅ as well as ์ก. Hope you find this helpful. ๐ Happy studying ! ๐

Hi TTMIK ์ ์๋, I found a typo in lesson 6 for the month section July 7์ผ which should be July 7์ .

Thanks for letting us know! ๐

์๋ ํ์ธ์, ์ ์๋.

106, 2006, 10006 ์ด๋ป๊ฒ ๋์ธ์?

๋ฐฑ์ก, ์ด์ฒ์ก, ๋ง์ก. ์ด๋ ๊ฒ ๋งํด์!

Thank you for the course! I’m on lesson 3, so far it’s great!

I found a typo in lesson 2 at the end of the text (both in the lesson description and in the PDF):

Ex: ํ๋๋ถํฐ ์ด๊น์ง ๋ค ๊ฐ๋ฅด์ณ ์ค์ผ ๋ผ์?

= Do I have you everything?

I think you wanted to say “Do I have to TELL you everything?”

You’re right. Thank you for letting us know!

Thanks for making the special course for numbers! That was very useful and math wasn’t scary at all ๐

Thanks for studying our number course! ๐

This is a great tool for learning numbers! I’ve always struggled with numbers in Korean (especially since there are two number systems) but this is making it a lot easier to understand. It helps you memorize the numbers and also teaches you when to use each system based on the situation you’re in!

We’re happy to hear that it helps you a lot! ๐