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.
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|
|16 Sixteen||seehm youhk||십육|
|20 Twenty||ee seehp||이십|
|30 Thirty||sahm seehp||삼십|
|40 Forty||sah seehp||사십|
|50 Fifty||oh seehp||오십|
|60 Sixty||youhk seehp||육십|
|70 Seventy||cheel seehp||칠십|
|80 Eighty||pahl seehp||팔십|
|90 Ninety||gooh seehp||구십|
|10,000 Ten Thousand||maahn||만|
|100,000 Hundred Thousand||simmaahn||십 만|
|1,000,000 Million||pak maahn||백 만|
|First||chup buhndjeh||첫 번째|
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.