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Months of the Year in Korean



If you know how to count from 1 to 12 in Sino-Korean numbering system, then you're more than halfway to knowing how to recite all the months of the year in Korean!
Months of the Year in Korean

Published by The LingoNomad


Featured article photo: Cheonjiyeon Waterfall in Jeju Island, South Korea by Luisiena Rex (CC0 Licensed)

'Month' in Korean is wol (월). All you need to do is pair the numbers 1 to 12 in the Sino-Korean numbering system with this word, and you're all set!

  1. Il-wol (일월) 'January'
  2. I-wol (이월) 'February'
  3. Sam-wol (삼월) 'March'
  4. Sa-wol (사월) 'April'
  5. O-wol (오월) 'May'
  6. Yu-wol (유월) 'June'
  7. Chil-wol (칠월) 'July'
  8. Paek-wol (백월) 'August'
  9. Gu-wol (구월) 'September'
  10. Si-wol (시월) 'October'
  11. Sip-il-wol (시일월) 'November'
  12. Sip-i-wol (시이월) 'December'

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