Sino-Korean Numbers: How to Count 1-100 in Korean #1 Posted by on Feb 28, 2018 in Korean Language, Pronunciation, Vocabulary

Korean language has two different numbering systems, Sino-Korean and Pure Korean Numbers. If you are not familiar with Korean numbering systems, this post will give an opportunity to learn one of the Korean numbering systems, Sino-Korean numbers.

Sino- Korean numbers are derived from the Chinese language, and they are used to talk about phone numbers, addresses, prices, minutes, and dates. I hope you can use this post as a quick reference guide when you learn to count numbers in Korean.

  1. Sino-Korean Numbers: 0-10

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  1. The “Tens” in Sino-Korean Numbers: 10-100

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  1. Combined ‘Tens’ and ‘Single digits’ in Sino-Korean Numbers: 1-50

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    1. Combined ‘Tens’ and ‘Single digits’ in Sino-Korean Numbers: 51-100

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About the Author: Kyung-Hwa

안녕하세요? My name is Kyung-Hwa, and I am a native of South Korea. I am accustomed to both English and Korean languages and cultures. I greatly appreciate and love both of them. I am passionate about learning different languages, and I have studied English, Japanese, and Spanish. In my spare time, I take joy in singing, playing the piano, and reading books. I also enjoy traveling around the world, meeting people, and embracing new cultures and languages...


  1. thoofa:

    you’re awsome

    • Kyung-Hwa:

      @thoofa An-nyeong-ha-se-yo!(안녕하세요!– Hello!)
      Thank you very much for your awesome comment (^__^)
      You made my day.