9 Best and Useful Korean Dog Commands! (2022)

Did you know that dogs can speak multiple languages, just like people? So even though our furry friends can’t audibly talk to us, they pick up on what’s in their environment. Like with people, sometimes things can get lost in translation between you and your dog.

In this guide, you’ll find a list of helpful Korean dog commands.

Arguably one of the most important commands for a dog is “sit.” It’s one of the first that puppies learn and is like a foundational command for other training.

1. Sit

“Stay” is another crucial command for your dog to know backward and forward, as it can impact their safety, and you also build upon this command in further training.

2. Stay

You’re likely to teach your dog “stay” and “come” together in a pair. After all, they’re just two sides of the same coin. In Korean, “come” is 오다, pronounced as “oda.”

3. Come

This fundamental command is also a great one to have squared away early on, as it’s the most straightforward way to redirect your dog. “No” in Korean is 아니요. It’s pronounced as “aniyo".

4. No

It’s a good idea to have a few commands that you repeat to your dog in certain situations, so they know what to expect. For instance, I tell my dog, “let’s go,” when we’re about to leave the house, so he knows what’s about to happen.

5. Let’s Go