Korean Animal Names

Animals always deliver as a nice topic of conversation to get some small talk going. Watching cat videos in Korean is just one of many more reasons to learn all basic animal names in Korean. For even more animals, take a look at our learning resources for Korean at the end of the page.

EnglishKorean
pig돼지 (dwaeji)
cow암소 (amso)
horse말 (mal)
dog개 (gae)
sheep양 (yang)
monkey원숭이 (wonsung-i)
cat고양이 (goyang-i)
bear곰 (gom)
tiger호랑이 (holang-i)
rabbit토끼 (tokki)
lion사자 (saja)
elephant코끼리 (kokkili)
chicken닭 (dalg)
duck오리 (oli)
butterfly나비 (nabi)
bee꿀벌 (kkulbeol)
ant개미 (gaemi)
fish물고기 (mulgogi)
whale고래 (golae)
shark상어 (sang-eo)
dolphin돌고래 (dolgolae)
spider거미 (geomi)
snake뱀 (baem)
snail달팽이 (dalpaeng-i)
frog개구리 (gaeguli)
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