Korean is the official language for both North Korea and South Korea. In South Korea, the language is called hangugeo (ha(ː)n.ɡu.ɡʌ), and in North Korea, it is called chosŏnmal (tso.sɔn.mal). The difference between the two languages is Spelling and pronunciation. It is an East Asian Language that comes under the language family Koreanic. It has over 77.2 million native speakers worldwide, and the people who speak the language are called Koreans. The early form of Korean is Proto-Koreanic, and the standard form is Pyojuneo in South Korea and Munhwa’ŏ in North Korea. It has four writing systems: Hangul/Chosŏn’gŭl (Korean Script), Hanja/Hancha (Chinese Characters), Mixed script, and Korean Braille. The language is widely recognized in countries like China and Russia. In the upcoming passage, we will see how to write and say months of the year in Korean.

Korean has five main dialects: Gyeonggi dialect, Chungcheong dialects, Yeongseo dialects, Yeongdong dialects, and Hwanghae dialect. Under these main dialects, there are several other sub-dialects available based on the region. In Korean, the word month is written as 달 (pronounced as dal), and the plural form of the month is written as 개월 (pronounced as gaewol). So let’s see how to say Gregorian months of the year in Korean.

Related: Days of the Week in Korean

How to Say English Months in Korean

Month Name in EnglishMonth Name in KoreanPronunciation
January일월irwol
February이월iwol
March삼월samwol
April사월sawol
May오월owol
June유월yuwol
July칠월chirwol
August팔월parwol
September구월guwol
October시월siwol
November십일월shipirwol
December십이월shipiwol

Days Based on Months:

Important Days in JanuaryImportant Days in February
Important Days in MarchImportant Days in April
Important Days in MayImportant Days in June
Important Days in JulyImportant Days in August
Important Days in SeptemberImportant Days in October
Important Days in NovemberImportant Days in December

Thank you for visiting happydays365.org.

Would you like to receive notifications on latest updates? No Yes
Enable Notifications    OK No thanks