안녕, 여러분! In this vocab list, I want to present some very important adjectives to build your beginner vocabulary! 시작해볼까요? Shall we start?

기쁘다 = to be happy/to be glad

길다 = to be long

as in physical length
to describe a noun, drop the ㄹ to make 긴
Ex. 긴 머리 = long hair
귀엽다 = to be cute

괜찮다 = to be okay

그렇다 = to be like that/to be so

conjugated in the present tense as 그래요
그래요 actually can be used to mean “yes” or “sure.” You can think of it as “yes, that is so.”
그래요 can also be used as a question: “그래요?” It can be translated as “really?” or “is that so?”
나쁘다 = to be bad

느리다 = to be slow

다르다 = to be different

conjugated in the present tense as 달라요
덥다 = to be hot

used to describe weather
똑똑하다 = to be smart

뜨겁다 = to be hot used to describe an object. Ex. 뜨거운 커피 = hot coffee
맛있다 = to be delicious

맛없다 = to taste bad

많다 = to be many/to be a lot

멋있다 = to be cool

as in something that is “awesome” or “great” (as opposed to temperature lol)
못 생겼다 = to be ugly

conjugated in the present tense as 못 생겼어요—literally means “came out bad”
빠르다 = to be fast

conjugated in the present tense as 빨라요
비싸다 = to be expensive

슬프다 = to be sad

싸다 = to be cheap

새롭다 = to be new

쉽다 = to be easy

시끄럽다 = to be loud/to be noisy

예쁘다 = to be pretty

아름답다 = to be beautiful

어렵다 = to be difficult

오래되다 = to be old

used to describe an object.
Ex. 오래된 책 = old book
이렇다 = to be like this

conjugated in the present tense as 이래요
작다 = to be small

잘 생기다 = to be good-looking

conjugated in the present tense as 잘 생겼어요—literally means “came out well”
좋다 = to be good

짧다 = to be short

as in physical length
ex. 짧은 치마 = short skirt
조용하다 = to be quiet

착하다 = to be kind

차갑다 = to be cold

used to describe an object
Ex. 차가운 물 = cold water
춥다 = to be cold

used to describe weather
크다 = to be big

특별하다 = to be special

편하다 = to be comfortable

화가 나다 = to be angry

행복하다 = to be happy