Learning Korean: Update on language-related posts

It can’t be stressed often enough how important language is. In general and in particular. If you are concerned about food, for instance, knowing at least how to read Korean makes you more independent from electronic, internet-based devices (e.g. unreliable translation apps, asking friends or random people on Facebook for help). At the same time, you can discover more, if you have access to the local information! You can only benefit from new language skills! Korea’s writing system is called Hangeul 한글 and its alphabet is rather small! What excuse have you got for not studying a little bit of Korean??? 😉 For anyone who’s interested, there’s a free and easy Hangeul reading class here!

To help you navigate through Korea’s food jungle, this website offers Korean language advice and basic words related to food – for free! There is an overview with links to the respective topics if you click on the button Language of Food in the menu. 👆 Here is a direct link to it: 👇


The food vocabulary lists which you can find there seem to be rather popular. At present, these word lists provide the Korean name, English translation as well as its pronunciation following the modern rules of Korean Romanization for each item. On top of that, I am currently working hard on updating these vocabulary lists by adding photos. 📸 [Taking photos of all ingredients existing in Korean cuisine is a HUGE project, so please bear with me if not every ingredient is illustrated yet.] Hopefully this makes it easier for visual learners [me included] as well as fellow food enthusiasts to understand and memorize the Korean words.

Let’s learn Korean! Start with the essentials and practice by applying your skills. By the way, if you follow ♣️Sesame Sprinkles♣️ on Instagram, you will occasionally see small quizzes in the Instagram story! You can participate in those for fun and test your knowledge about Korean words and food! 🤓

And as a final goodie, I have a riddle for you:

Pictured here is a Korean protein bar. 👉

It advertises that it contains a lot of proteins.

Can you find out what the source of extra protein is? (Learn how to read food labels in Korean here.)

If you know what it is or have questions, you can comment below! 👇

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