Friday, January 27, 2012

Pure Green Living What does "fresh", "healthy" and "green" mean in Korean?

Question by Alex: What does “fresh”, “healthy” and “green” mean in Korean?
I’m conducting a brainstorming session within my team to come up with a name for a Korean-based green-tea. There’re few words that I’d like to consider using in Korean (but in Latin characters, not Korean characters):

- fresh
- healthy
- healthy living
- pure
- green/organic
- pleasure
- harmony

Anybody could help me please?

Best answer:

Answer by James D
In Korean they don’t mean anything as those are English words.

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