Korean:Weather 나시


Last time we talked about Korean for spring, summer, autumn, and winter, but this time we are going to try to use Korean to describe the weather 나시.

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Last time we talked about Korean for spring, summer, autumn, and winter, Korean:Four Seasons 사계절, but this time we are going to try to use Korean to describe the weather 나시.


Weather and Seasons mindmap



good weather 좋은 날씨

We can describe good weather by using 좋다 (good).

좋은 날씨

good weather

Also, we can describe sunny day by using 맑다(clear).

맑은 날

sunny day



bad weather 나쁜 날씨

Use 나쁘다(bad) to describe bad weather。

나쁜 날씨

bad weather

About clowdy day, use 흐리다(clowdy) to describe.

흐린 날

clowdy day

In addition to cloudy days, rainy days are also bad weather.
The Korean word for rain is and the Korean sentence of "it's raining" is 비가 오다, where 오다 means come, so rain comes means "it's raining".

비가 오다 means rain, so a rainy day is 비 오는 날.

비오는 날

rainy day

비가 오다.

It's raining

Since we are talking about rain, let's talk about snow too.
The Korean word for snow is ** 눈**, and snow comes to mean "it snows", so "it snows" is described in Korean as ** 눈 이 오다. **.
And, it is common to use 눈이 내리다. to describe snow in articles.
(눈이 오다 can be used in dialogues and 눈이 내리다 can be used in articles.)

눈이 오다.

it rains

눈이 내리다.

rainy day

눈 can also mean eyes.



Temperature 온도

Next,let's talk about temperature.

warm: 따뜻하다warm spring:따뜻한 봄
hot: 덥다hot summer:더운 여름
cool: 시원하다cool autumn:시원한 가을
chilly: 선선하다cool autumn:선선하한 가을
cold: 춥다cold winter:추운 겨울

About 시원하다, in addition to describing warmth, it can also be used to describe taste and odor, which means pleasant and refreshing.



Wind 바람

"It's very windy today" is a phrase that often comes up when we talk about the weather. So finally, let's talk about the wind.
The Korean word for wind is 바람, and 바람이 불다 means "blowing", so 바람이 많이 불다 means "windy".

오늘은 매우 바람이 많이 붑니 다.

It is very windy today.

In addition, you may see these two options on the remote control panel of your Korean fan or air conditioner.

강풍

gale

미풍

breeze



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