Beeline Language Korean is all about learning the Korean language and culture. In our previous lessons, we have learned many different slang words like 멘붕[men-boong], 불금 [bulgeum] and 꿀잼 [ggul-jam]. Also, we have covered a lot of words that would be used by young Korean generations today. In the previous blog, you have learned the three trendy slang words in Korean that youngsters use these days. Today, you will learn how to say treasure in Korean.
How To Say Treasure In Korean
This is how you would say treasure in Korean: 보물 [bo-mul]
Sample Sentences Using Treasure In Korean
귀중한 보물을 찾으러 동굴탐험을 시작 해보도록 할까? [gwi-joong-han bo-mul-eul chat-eu-reo dong-gul-tam-heom-eul shi-jak hae-bo-do-rok hal-gga]?
In order to find the precious treasure, let’s begin the cave expedition.
Note that 동굴탐험 [dong-gul-tam-heom] is translated into cave expedition.
초등학교때 소풍을 가면 학생들은 보통 보물찾기를 해. [cho-deung-hak-gyo-ttae so-poong-eul ga-myeon hak-seng-deul-eun bo-tong bo-mul-chat-gi-reul hae]
When you go for a daytrip in elementary school, students usually play the treasure hunt.
Note that the term 보물찾기 was introduced as one of the popular recreational activities that students play when they are out for a daytrip.
Other Similar Words Containing Treasure in Korean
You just have learned how to say treasure in Korean. Now, do you know how you would say treasure hunt in Korean? It would be called 보물찾기 [bo-mul-chat-gi]. In order for you to go for a treasure hunt, you would have to have the treasure map as well. The treasure map in Korean can be called 보물지도 [bo-mul-ji-do]. If you are lucky, you might come across some treasure box in your excursion. The treasure box in Korean is 보물상자 [bo-mul-sang-ja], while the treasure island can be called 보물섬 [bo-mul-sum].
Now that you know how to say treasure in Korean, you could go ahead and tell your colleagues and friends about what you have learned today!
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