How to write dates in Korean

In Korean dates are written year, month, day, possibly followed by the day of the week. For example, today’s date in Korean is 2024년06월20일 (20.06.2024).

When talking about the year in a date, rather than saying something like twenty twenty three, or nineteen eighty five, you say 이천이십삼 (icheon-isibsam), or two thousand twenty-three, and 천구백팔십오 (cheongubaegpalsib-o), or one thousand nine hundred eighty-five. However you write 2023년 and 1985년.

Day 한국어 (Korean)
1st 1일 [일일] (iril)
2nd 2일 [이일] (iil)
3rd 3일 [삼일] (samil)
4th 4일 [사일] (sail)
5th 5일 [오일] (o-il)
6th 6일 [육일] (yugil)
7th 7일 [칠일] (chiril)
8th 8일 [팔일] (paril)
9th 9일 [구일] (guil)
10th 10일 [십일] (sibil)
11th 11일 [십일일] (sibiril)
12th 12일 [십이일] (sibiil)
13th 13일 [십삼일] (sipsamil)
14th 14일 [십사일] (sipsail)
15th 15일 [십오일] (siboil)
16th 16일 [십육일] (sibyugil)
17th 17일 [십칠일] (sipchiril)
18th 18일 [십팔일] (sip-paril)
19th 19일 [십구일] (sipguil)
20th 20일 [이십일] (isibil)
21st 21일 [이십일일] (isibiril)
22nd 22일 [이십이일] (isibiil)
23rd 23일 [이십삼일] (isipsamil)
24th 24일 [이십사일] (isipsail)
25th 25일 [이십오일] (isiboil)
26th 26일 [이십육일] (isibyugil)
27th 27일 [이십칠일] (isipchiril)
28th 28일 [이십팔일] (isip-paril)
29th 29일 [이십구일] (isipguil)
30th 30일 [삼십일] (samsibil)
31st 31일 [삼십일일] (samsibiril)

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Months of the year

January 일월 (ilweol)
February 이월 (iweol)
March 삼월 (samweol)
April 사월 (saweol)
May 오월 (oweol)
June 유월 (yuweol)
July 칠월 (chilweol)
August 팔월 (palweol)
September 구월 (guweol)
October 시월 (siweol)
November 십일월 (sipilweol)
December 십이월 (sipiweol)

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Days of the week

Monday 월요일 (weuryoil)
Tuesday 화요일 (hwayoil)
Wednesday 수요일 (suyoil)
Thursday 목요일 (mokyoil)
Friday 금요일 (geumyoil)
Saturday 토요일 (toyoil)
Sunday 일요일 (ilyoil)

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Hear how to talk about dates in Korean:

Information about writing dates in Korean
https://www.koreanclass101.com/blog/2019/12/20/dates-in-korean/
https://learnkorean24.com/how-to-write-the-date-in-korean/

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