Korean Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers

This page contains a table including the following: Korean Numbers both cardinal and ordinal. Try to memorize the way they're used because they're very important in communication, and might be very helpful to convey your most important expressions. Make sure to check our Learn Korean page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.

Korean Cardinal Numbers


Cardinal numbers in Korean as well as in English are digits like 1, 2, 3, 4 … There are two ways of writing the numbers in Korean, in Arabic numerals (1, 2, 3) or in Korean script (일, 이, 삼). The table below contains more information about the korean numbers.

    

English Korean Numbers Hangul Script
 
0 ZeroKohng
1 Oneeel
2 Twoee
3 Threesahm
4 Foursaah
5 Fiveoh
6 Sixyouhk
7 Sevencheel
8 Eightpahl
9 Ninegooh
10 Tenseehp
11 Elevenseehbil십일
12 Twelveseehbee십이
13 Thirteenseehpsahm십삼
14 Fourteenseehpsah십사
15 Fifteenseehboh십오
16 Sixteenseehm youhk십육
17 Seventeenseehpcheel십칠
18 Eighteenseehpal십팔
19 Nineteenseehpgoo십구
20 Twentyee seehp이십
30 Thirtysahm seehp삼십
40 Fortysah seehp사십
50 Fiftyoh seehp오십
60 Sixtyyouhk seehp육십
70 Seventycheel seehp칠십
80 Eightypahl seehp팔십
90 Ninetygooh seehp구십
100 Hundredpak
1,000 Thousandchuhn
10,000 Ten Thousandmaahn
100,000 Hundred Thousandsimmaahn십 만
1,000,000 Millionpak maahn백 만
Plustuh hagi더하기
Minuspehgi빼기
More (than)duh
Less (than)juhkeh적게
Approximatelydeh-ryak대략
Firstchup buhndjeh첫 번째
Seconddoobuhndjeh두 번째
Thirdsehbuhndjeh세 번째

Korean Ordinal Numbers

Ordinal numbers in Korean as well as in English are used to determine a position or a rank, for example: first, second, third ... please look at the table above.

    


I hope the content of this page was useful to you, and that you learned some Korean numbers, including the cardinal, and ordinal numbers. Try to memorize them to be able to use them in your daily conversation. Make sure to check our Learn Korean page, which contains several lessons that might help you in your learning process.