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🌐 🇰🇷ð—Ķð—ķð—ŧ𝗞-𝗞𝗞ð—ŋð—ēð—Ūð—ŧ ð—Ąð˜‚ð—šð—Ŋð—ēð—ŋð—ķð—ŧð—ī ð—Ķ𝘆𝘀𝘁ð—ē𝗚 🇰🇷 Used for: 1) Counting money and prices 2) When talking about time (eg duration) / Counting minutes and seconds of time (excluding hour of time) 3) Numerals themselves (eg Phone Numbers / Number of the question of a test etc) 4) Dates and Names of months 5) Addresses 6) Mentioning the duration of years and days 7) Bus / Subway numbers 8) Measurements (Counting Height and Weight) 9) Sino-Korean is used with large numbers. You may notice that Native Korean Words for hundred and above are rarely used. ð—Ąð˜‚ð—šð—ēð—ŋð—Ūð—đ ð—Ķð—ķð—ŧ𝗞-𝗞𝗞ð—ŋð—ēð—Ūð—ŧ ð—Ąð˜‚ð—šð—Ŋð—ēð—ŋ (𝗖ð—ĩð—ķð—ŧð—Ū ð—Ķ𝘆𝘀𝘁ð—ē𝗚) 1 ėž [il] 2 ėī [i (pronounced as “e”)] 3 ė‚ž [sam] 4 ė‚Ž [sa] 5 ė˜Ī [o] 6 ėœĄ [yuk] 7 ėđ  [chil] 8 팔 [pal] 9 ęĩŽ [gu] 10 ė‹­ [ship] ð—Ķ𝗞𝗚ð—ē ð—ē𝘅ð—Ūð—šð—―ð—đð—ē𝘀 ð—ķð—ŧ𝗰ð—đð˜‚ð—ąð—ē, 1) 10 won = ė‹­ ė› ðŸ’ēðŸ’ēðŸ’ē 2) 3 minute = ė‚ž ëķ„ 3ïļâƒĢ 3) 9123-5678 = ęĩŽėžėīė‚ž-ė˜ĪėœĄėđ íŒ” 📞📞 4) April = ė‚Ž ė›” 6) 2 years = ėī 년 7) Bus 7 = ėđ  ëēˆ ëē„ėŠĪ 🚌🚌🚌 8) 8cm = 팔 ė„ží‹°ëŊļ터 📏📏

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