Beeline Language Korean is all about learning the Korean language and culture. In our previous lessons, we have learned many different slangs like 품절남, 멘붕 and 솔까말. Also, we have covered a lot of words that would be used by young Korean generations today. In the previous lessons, you have learned how to say different colors in Korean. We covered how to say buildings, fences and streets in Korean too. In the last lesson, we have learned how to say water in Korea. Today, we will learn how to say Fire in Korean.
How To Say Fire In Korean
This is how to say Fire in Korean: 불 [bul].
Note that the pronunciation must be like bull.
Sample Sentences Using Fire in Korean
불은 뜨거우니까 조심해서 다뤄야 하는걸 잊지마. [bul-eun ddeu-geo-woo-ni-gga joh-shim-hae-seo da-ruwo-ya ha-neun-geol it-ji-ma].
Don’t forget to handle fire with caution because it is hot.
벽난로속에 불이 나무로 아니면 가스로 된거야? [byeok-nan-ro-sok-ae bul-ee na-mu-roh tae-woo-neun-geo-ya ah-ni-myeon ga-seu-ro doen-geo-ya?].
Is the flames in the fireplace coming from burning wood, or is it made from the gas?
Note here that 벽난로 was used to describe fireplace and 불 was used as ‘flames’.
Famous Elementary School Activity
Did you know that about 80 % of South Korea’s land is consists of mountains? Also, Korea is known to have distinctive four seasons, which means dry fall seasons will be calling for some wildfire in the forest. Therefore, every elementary school student prepares a poster for wildfire awareness in every fall. Wildfire is called 산불 [san-bul] in Korea and the campaigns are often called 불조심 캠페인 [bul-joh-shim kem-pei-enn].
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