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Korean in South Korea


Numbers

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The method of street numbering may take a little getting used to for those unfamiliar with the Korean system. A person's address might be, for example, 304 410 4. This sequence of numbers means that the person lives in apartment 304 of building 410 through the 4th door entrance. It is very important to enter the building through the correct entrance or one cannot access the correct apartment. In writing postal addresses the order goes from State, City, to Apartment number to Name of the receiver. 


Audio

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  • "1"

    The word for the number one in Korean
  • "2"

    The word for the number two in Korean
  • "3"

    The word for the number three in Korean
  • "4"

    The word for the number four in Korean
  • "5"

    The word for the number five in Korean
  • "6"

    The word for the number six in Korean
  • "7"

    The word for the number seven in Korean
  • "8"

    The word for the number eight in Korean
  • "9"

    The word for the number nine in Korean
  • "0"

    The word for zero in Korean
  • "The price 3,8000 Won"
    (In Korea, commas dividing the digits of a number are placed after every 4 digits.)
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  • "The price 9000 Won"

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  • "The price 120 Won"

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  • "Street numbering and address (see paragraph at top of page)"