I remember really having an issue with sino vs native korean numbers and this is a resource I found that can really help you out if you find yourself in the same position! You can play through 1-100 on both the sino and native korean numbers games for a nice review and test of your skills.



Sino Numbers

sino numbers game

  1. (il)
  2. (i)
  3. (sam)
  4. (sah)
  5. (oh)
  6. (yuuk)
  7. (chill)
  8. (pal)
  9. (gu)
  10. (sip)
Native Numbers

native numbers game

  1. 하나 (hana) or (han)
  2. (dul)
  3. (set)
  4. (net)
  5. 다섯 (daseot)
  6. 여섯 (yeoseot)
  7. 일곱 (ilgop)
  8. 여덟 (yeodeol)
  9. 아홉 (ahop)
  10. (yeol)

They both offer different ranges so you can just study 1-10 and get the basics down or focus on the pesky native Korean 20-90. An app is available to download on your phone for both but the option is always available to play on a web browser so you can play desktop, mobile, tablet, or wherever whenever you like.

Check out a similar hangul study practice game as well to memorize the Korean writing system! Which is also free to use, with both web and app versions for you to choose from.



스타 · February 18, 2024 at 11:51 pm

Appreciate this post. Let me try it out.

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