WELCOME TO SOUTH KOREA
THE LAND WHERE DREAMS COME TRUE
“After hours on the bus, we have finally reached Geoje Island!
This hidden gem is one of the best-kept secrets in town; an island whose charms
are comparable to that of the famous Jeju island.
Geoje island is also a haven for those who seek solitude. The most famous landmark on Geoje island is notably, Windy Hill.
At the peak of Windy Hill lies an unobstructed view of the sea, a tranquil view that really makes me feel at peace.
Many kinds of souvenirs are available on Geoje island, such as yuja cookies and sweet potato bread.
Apart from these interesting tidbits, let’s see what else is available here!
Ah, I should buy some presents for my friends in South Korea to thank them for their hospitality.
I don’t want to get the wrong gift, so let me find out more about the gifting culture here first.”
“Ahjumma, I’ll get eight of these, please.
Oh no, ahjumma doesn’t understand me, and I need some help with this!
What a relief! One of the native speakers very kindly took some time out to
teach us how to count in Korean. Let’s watch as Hamin guides us along.”
Now that you’ve learnt to count in Korean,
see if you can match the number of items
in each image to the correct number in Korean.
Simply drag the individual pieces into the puzzle board below, placing them in position.