A lot of Pokemon names in English are puns. Like Treecko (tree/gecko) or Bulbasaur (a plan bulb + dinosaur) I figured it may be the same with the Korean names. It is. Treecko / 나무지기 나무 is tree, but what about 지기? Turns out 지기 isn’t a noun; it’s a play on 지키다, a verbContinue reading “Treecko Korean Evolutions”
When you catch a pokemon in Pokemon Go it brings up the catch screen, showing different elements of the catch and how much xp you get for them. Here’s the Korean version and the translation!
I started playing Pokemon Go again over quarantine because I was bored out of my mind, and I’m low key still playing it. My phone was in Korean at the time, so Pokemon was in Korean, so I figured why not provide some Pokemon Go content ~ So when you go to your pokemon listContinue reading “Pokemon Go ‘Find Pokemon’ Menu (Korean Translation + Vocab List)”