Intermediate - Lesson 8 - Learning and Saying the Human Body Parts in Korean Lesson




Lesson created by Timmy McCarty AKA Deathninja50

The following are the Korean words for the parts of the human body.

Head---Mori (Moh-ree)

Hair---Morigarak (Moh-ree-kah-rak)

Eyes---Nun (Noon)

Eyebrow---Nunseop (Noon-sope)

Eyeball---Nundongja (Noon-dong-jah)

Eyelid---Nunkeopul (Noon-kope-pool)

Nose---Ko (Koh)

Face---Ogeul (Oh-gule)

Cheek---Bol (Bol)

Moustache---Kosumyeom (Koh-sume-yome)

Beard---Suyeom (Suu-yome)

Tounge---Hyeo (Heeyo)

Lips---Ipsul (Eep-sule)

Teeth---I (Ee)

Chin---Teok (Toke)

Forehead---Ima (Ee-mah)

Mouth---Ip (Eep)

Ear---Gwi (Gwee)

Neck---Mok (Mohk)

Arm---Pal (Pal)

Fist---Jumok (Jew-mok)

Elbow---Palkumchi (Pal-kume-chee)

Hand---Son (Son)

Palm---Sonbadak (Son-bah-dak)

Wrist---Sonmok (Son-mok)

Finger---Songarak (Son-kah-rak)

Thumb---Omji (Ome-chee)

Fingernail---Sontop (Son-top)

Leg---Dari (Dah-ree)

Foot---Bal (Bal)

Toe---Balgarak (Bal-kah-rak)

Toenail---Baltop (Bal-top)

Ankle---Balmok (Bal-mok)

Waist---Heori (Ho-ree)

Shoulder---Eokkae (Oke-kay)

Stomach---Bae (Bay)

Navel---Baekkop (Bay-kop)

Back---Deung (Tung)

Butt---Ondongi (Awn-dung-ee)

Body---Mom (Mum)

Chest---Gaseum (Kah-sume)