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‘Tomorrow’ in Korean: How to Say Tomorrow in Korean

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Tomorrow in Korean

Learning Korean can be challenging at first. There are many words and phrases to learn and Korean grammar is different from the grammar in English, so that is a challenge on its own. When you learn some basic Korean words like how to say tomorrow in Korean, you will be able to initiate more conversations with limited English-proficient Korean people. By learning simple yet very common words like tomorrow in Korean, you will be able to keep the dialogue going.


How to Say Tomorrow in Korean

Here is how to say tomorrow in Korean: 내일 [nay-il]

내일의 날씨 [nay-il-eui nal-ssi]

Tomorrow’s weather

The reason tomorrow in Korean can be a good starter for conversation is that Korean people often like to make plans for the next day when they are having a conversation, therefore, when using tomorrow in Korean, you can diversify your discussion topics and plan various activities.

Sample Sentences Using Tomorrow in Korean

현수씨, 내일 봐요!  [Hyunsoo-ssi, nay-il ba-yo!]

Hyunsoo, see you tomorrow !

지섭아, 우리 내일 뭐할꺼야? [Jisub-ah, woo-ri nay-il mo-hal-gguh-ya?]

Jisub, What are we doing tomorrow?

나는 내일 아마도 못갈거 같애. [Na-nun nay-il a-ma-do mot-gal-gguh-gat-tay]

I probably will not be able to go tomorrow.

Note the different titles for the different tones of the sentence. Since the first sentence was done in a formal tone, we add the ‘ssi’ and ‘yo’ at the end to make the phrase more respectful, whereas in the second sentence, it is a dialogue between peers, thus ‘ah’ and ‘ya’ were used to represent the informal tone.

Try using tomorrow in Korean in your everyday Korean language practice! Ask your friends and family about their plans for tomorrow in Korean if you can!

When you are learning Korean, try to apply the word or phrase that you have just learned, and mix it up with English words to familiarize yourself with the word. For example, you could say to your friend “Hey guys, what are we doing 내일[nay-il]?”, which will help you to memorize the newly learned Korean words much faster, since you are utilizing the new word into the language you are familiar with.

Keep using all the Korean words you are learning from this blog, and insert the words and phrases into English sentences, so you can create more dialogues! It will be much more fun!

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