Everywhere we look, we see color. Every item of clothing we wear, all the food we eat, each and every piece of furniture in our homes, all of it comes in a color of some sort. Our lesson today outlines how to say color in Korean. We will also introduce you to what some of the basic colors translate to in the Korean language. Although a seemingly never-ending list of shades to each color exists, just knowing these basic colors in Korean is an impressive skill. While it is possible for you to study the words in this article simply by reading their romanized versions, it will come in handy for you to be able to read Hangeul if you ever wish to come to Korea.
How To Say 'Color' In Korean ( Add more 컬러 to your life )
We encounter various colors in everyday life, associate each color with certain images and base decisions about many different subjects in relation with colors. Colors have been used in different ways all over the world, but there exist differences in what they allude to or signify, due to different philosophies and customs from one country or period to another. Through exploring the changes in the colors applied in everyday life from the past to the modern era, the audience is invited to enjoy the Korean colors in this exhibition, examining their meanings and values, which surround us in our lives. All that is seen is colors. Yet for what reason do people esteem different colors at different times? Dec 14, - Mar 5, Since the values and the symbolism that a color reflects are formulated by history and society, a color can represent an era as well as a culture.
Hello and welcome to the lesson on Korean colors! Hopefully you now understand everything covered in lessons because that is the best way to begin this lesson. If you skipped ahead, then some parts may be understandable, some may not. Whatever you have decided to do, I hope you come out of this lesson with a good grasp on Korean color words.