Korean + English = Konglish Baby

Before baby comes...
...learning Korean and researching Korean-language resources in order to raise baby as a bilingual.

Sunday, July 3, 2011

Korean Kids Song Sunday: Head, Shoulders, Knees and FEET - 머리 어깨 무릎 발

W.O.W. bonus! 2 songs on one Sunday! To round out the body theme, I'm posting a song you probably already know. The Korean version of Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes is pretty much the same except that the Korean version uses FEET instead of TOES. And at the end of the song, the Korean version sings, "EAR, NOSE, EAR/MOUTH" depending on the version.



야후! 꾸러기 동요

머리 어깨 무릎 발 머리 어깨 무릎 발 무릎 발~ 머리 어깨 무릎 발 무릎 ..



Cute toddler watching the Yahoo!Kids video and dancing along.





Words in Korean:

머리 어깨 무릎 발 무릎 발~

머리 어깨 무릎 발 무릎 발~

머리 어깨 발 무릎 발~

머리 어깨 무릎

귀 코 귀 (some versions 입)



Transliteration:

Muh-ree uh-ggeh moo-reub bal moo-reub bal

Muh-ree uh-ggeh moo-reub bal moo-reub bal

Muh-ree uh-ggeh bal moo-reub bal

Muh-ree uh-ggeh moo-reub

gui ko gui (some versions eeb)



Translation:

Head, shoulders, knees, feet; knees feet

Head, shoulders, knees, feet; knees feet

Head, shoulders, FEET, knees, feet

Head, shoulders, knees

ear, nose, ear (some versions mouth)

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