I was wondering if you knew the sounds that animals made in Korean? Like a pig says "Oink, Oink" in English, how about Korean?This is a fun one. I remember asking the same question to a Chinese exchange student while I was in college. I was aware of only a few animal sounds, so I had to ask my wife. Forgive the possibly inaccurate romanization. I'll also include the English for a little comparison.
Bee: boong-boong (English: bzzzz)
Bird: jek jek (tweet)
Cat: ya-ong (meow)
Chicken: gogode koko (chick chick)
Chicks: ppi-yak-ppi-yak (peep peep)
Cow: um-muuuu (moo~)
Crow: kka-ak-kka-ak (caw caw)
Dog: meong-meong (ruff ruff)
Duck: kkoyk-kkoyk (quack quack)
Frog: gae-gul gae-gul (ribbet ribbet)
Goat: um-mee~ (baaah)
Horse: hee-hing (nay)
Owl: buung-buung (hoo)
Pig: kkool-kkool (oink oink)
Sheep: mee~ (baah)
That took longer than you might think. Most of those work for me, but a few of the Korean sounds make no sense. The sound a bee makes in English is from the sound its wings make when flying at full-speed. The Korean "boong-boong" apparently is the sound their wings make when flapping slowly, but do bees flap slowly. I don't think applying logic to something like this is worth it though. I'm also not sure I've ever heard a horse say "hee-hing" and I'm certain that owls do not say "buung-buung", but then again do frogs really say "ribbet"?
If anyone has something to add (or correct), please leave it in the comments and I'll add it to the list. I thought about getting into other sounds like car horns and motorcycles, but that list might get out of hand.
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