Korea

Learn Korean – Body Parts

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Lesson created by Timmy McCarty AKA Deathninja50

The following are the Korean words for the parts of the human body.

Head—Mori (Moh-ree)

Hair—Morigarak (Moh-ree-kah-rak)

Eyes—Nun (Noon)

Eyebrow—Nunseop (Noon-sope)

Eyeball—Nundongja (Noon-dong-jah)

Eyelid—Nunkeopul (Noon-kope-pool)

Nose—Ko (Koh)

Face—Ogeul (Oh-gule)

Cheek—Bol (Bol)

Moustache—Kosumyeom (Koh-sume-yome)

Beard—Suyeom (Suu-yome)

Tounge—Hyeo (Heeyo)

Lips—Ipsul (Eep-sule)

Teeth—I (Ee)

Chin—Teok (Toke)

Forehead—Ima (Ee-mah)

Mouth—Ip (Eep)

Ear—Gwi (Gwee)

Neck—Mok (Mohk)

Arm—Pal (Pal)

Fist—Jumok (Jew-mok)

Elbow—Palkumchi (Pal-kume-chee)

Hand—Son (Son)

Palm—Sonbadak (Son-bah-dak)

Wrist—Sonmok (Son-mok)

Finger—Songarak (Son-kah-rak)

Thumb—Omji (Ome-chee)

Fingernail—Sontop (Son-top)

Leg—Dari (Dah-ree)

Foot—Bal (Bal)

Toe—Balgarak (Bal-kah-rak)

Toenail—Baltop (Bal-top)

Ankle—Balmok (Bal-mok)

Waist—Heori (Ho-ree)

Shoulder—Eokkae (Oke-kay)

Stomach—Bae (Bay)

Navel—Baekkop (Bay-kop)

Back—Deung (Tung)

Butt—Ondongi (Awn-dung-ee)

Body—Mom (Mum)

Chest—Gaseum (Kah-sume)