Couting Numbers in Korean

TaeKwonDo Numbers From 1 to 100 in Korean

Tae Kwon Do Numbers

Lets face it, if your native language is English , learning even the most basic numbers in Korean is no easy task.

At my Taekwondo School the master is Korean and is always changing between speaking in English and Korean. Sometimes he counts the steps of the forms in English and sometimes in Korean.

For someone like me who is, how shall I put it, language challenged, learning even the numbers 1 – 10 in Korean can be difficult especially when the pressure is put on you when the master asks you to count the steps of the form in Korean.

Therefore, I decided to write this post on how to count from 1 – 100 in English and Korean as both a way of re enforcing the numbers to myself as well as helping others who may be in my same situation or going through something similar.

I am just going to go 100 since I think this should be far more then you will need for any Taekwondo school. If you want to go beyond that I would suggest that you go to a more academic place to learn the language more completely or pick up a language book from places like Amazon

I added a video of how to verbally pronounce the numbers in Korean at the bottom. So with that out of the way lets get started:

Numbers 1 – 10

  • One – Ha Na
  • Two – Tul
  • Three – Set
  • Four – Net
  • Five – Da Sot
  • Six – Ya Sot
  • Seven – Ilgup
  • Eight – Yo Dol
  • Nine – A-hop
  • Ten – Yeol

Numbers 11 – 19

  • Eleven – Yeol Hanna
  • Twelve – Yeol Dool
  • Thirteen – Yeol Seth
  • Fourteen – Yeol Neth
  • Fifteen – Yeol Dasaul
  • Sixteen – Yeol Yasaul
  • Seventeen – Yeol Ilgop
  • Eighteen – Yeol Yodoll
  • Nineteen – Yeol Ahop

Numbers 20 – 29

  • Twenty – Seumul
  • Twenty One – Seumul Hanna
  • Twenty Two – Seumul Dool
  • Twenty Three – Seumul Seth
  • Twenty Four – Seumul Neth
  • Twenty Five – Seumul Dasaul
  • Twenty Six – Seumul Yasaul
  • Twenty Seven – Seumul Ilgop
  • Twenty Eight – Seumul Yodoll
  • Twenty Nine -Seumul Ahop

Numbers 30 – 39

  • Thirty – Soran
  • Thirty One – Soran Hanna
  • Thirty Two – Soran – Dool
  • Thirty Three – Soran Seth
  • Thirty Four – Soran Neth
  • Thirty Five – Soran Dasaul
  • Thirty Six – Soran Yasaul
  • Thirty Seven – Soran Ilgop
  • Thirty Eight – Soran Yodoll
  • Thirty Nine – Soran Ahop

Numbers 40 – 50

  • Forty – Mahun
  • Forty One – Mahun Hanna
  • Forty Two – Mahun Dool
  • Forty Three – Mahun Seth
  • Forty Four – Mahun Neth
  • Forty Five – Mahun Dasaul
  • Forty Six – Mahun Yasaul
  • Forty Seven – Mahun Ilgop
  • Forty Eight – Mahun Yodoll
  • Forty Nine – Mahun Ahop

Numbers 50 – 60

  • Fifty – Swin
  • Fifty One – Swin Hanna
  • Fifty Two – Swin Dool
  • Fifty Three – Swin Seth
  • Fifty Four – Swin Neth
  • Fifty Five – Swin Dasaul
  • Fifty Six – Swin Yasaul
  • Fifty Seven – Swin Ilgop
  • Fifty Eight – Swin Yodoll
  • Fifty Nine – Swin Ahop

Numbers 60 – 70

  • Sixty – Yesun
  • Sixty One – Yesun Hanna
  • Sixty Two – Yesun Dool
  • Sixty Three – Yesun Seth
  • Sixty Four – Yesun Neth
  • Sixty Five – Yesun Dasaul
  • Sixty Six – Yesun Yasaul
  • Sixty Seven – Yesun Ilgop
  • Sixty Eight – Yesun Yodoll
  • Sixty Nine -Yesun Ahop

Numbers 70 – 79

  • Seventy – Ihun
  • Seventy One – Ihun Hanna
  • Seventy Two – Ihun Dool
  • Seventy Three – Ihun Seth
  • Seventy Four – Ihun Neth
  • Seventy Five – Ihun Dasaul
  • Seventy Six – Ihun Yasaul
  • Seventy Seven – Ihun Ilgop
  • Seventy Eight – Ihun Yodoll
  • Seventy Nine – Ihun Ahop

Numbers 80 – 89

  • Eighty – Yodun
  • Eighty One – Yodun Hanna
  • Eighty Two – Yodun Dool
  • Eighty Three – Yodun Seth
  • Eighty Four – Yodun Neth
  • Eighty Five – Yodun Dasaul
  • Eighty Six – Yodun Yasaul
  • Eighty Seven – Yodun Ilgop
  • Eighty Eight – Yodun Yodoll
  • Eighty Nine – Yodun Ahop

Numbers 90- 99

  • Ninety – Ahun
  • Ninety One – Ahun Hanna
  • Ninety Two – Ahun Dool
  • Ninety Three – Ahun Seth
  • Ninety Four – Ahun Neth
  • Ninety Five – Ahun Dasaul
  • Ninety Six – Ahun Yasaul
  • Ninety Seven – Ahun Ilgop
  • Ninety Eight – Ahun Yodoll
  • Ninety Nine – Ahun Ahop

One Hundred

  • 100 – Baek

How to Pronounce the Number

Here is a video on the correct verbal pronunciation of the numbers of 1 – 100 in Korean.

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