How to count in Korean View Larger Image Counting in Korean. The Korean language is not as challenging to learn when compared to Cantonese, Madarin, or Japanese. Learning to count in Korean is also quite simple. The first step is learn how to count to 10. 1 하나 (Hana or Hah nah) 2 둘 (Dul or Dool) 3 셋 (Set or Seht) 4 넷 (Net or Neht) 5 다섯 (Dausut or Dah suht) 6 여섯 (Yeosut or Yuh suht) 7 일곱 (Ilgup or eel gob) 8 여덟 (Yeodul or yuh duhl) 9 아홉 (Ah-hope or ah hob) 10 열 (Yuhl) Learning the multiples of 10 in Korean. The next step is to you learn the multiples of 10 – 20, 30, 40, 50 etc. When counting past 10 in Korean, you simply add the multiples of 10 as the surfix to the numbers. By T.H.A Martial Arts|2019-04-23T10:46:41-04:00April 23rd, 2019|Categories: Martial Arts 101| Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditPinterestEmail About the Author: T.H.A Martial Arts Established in 2005, Toronto Hapkido Academy is a family-oriented martial arts club; offering world class programs in Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Hapkido, and Age-appropriate kids and youth classes in a positive, safe, and beginner-friendly environment. Related Posts Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.