In the previous blogs, you have learned how to say lover in Korean, and you know how to say a Concert in Korean now too. Today, we will learn how to say a present in Korean.
How To Say a Present In Korean
This is how you would say a present in Korean: 선물 [seon-mool]
Sample Sentences Using a Present In Korean
발렌타인 데이에는 선물을 받았으면 좋겠어 [val-len-ta-een da-ee-ae-neun seon-mool-eul bat-at-sseu-myeon joh-kat-sseo].
I would like to receive a present on Valentine’s Day.
올해는 생일 선물로 무엇을 받고 싶어? [ol-hae-neun seng-il-seon-mool-lo moo-eot-eul bat-go-si-ppo]?
What would you like to receive as a birthday present this year?
Other Related Words to a Present in Korean
You just have learned how to say your new word in Korean.
Now, how would you say a birthday present? That is correct. 생일선물 [seng-ill-seon-mool] You know already how to say birthday, which is 생일 [seng-il] and you could just add the word 선물 at the end to complete the word. Same logic applies to the Graduation Present. You could say 졸업 [jol-up] which means ‘graduation’ in Korean, and add the word at the end to make the word.
Now that you have learned how to say a present in Korean, let your friends know about what you have learned today!
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