Korean has different words to measure things called counters. The construction is noun + number + counter word.
The most general Korean counter word is 개 which is used for anything that doesn’t have a specific counter word.
Some other useful counters are: 명 (for people), 대 (for cars), 병 (for bottles), 잔 (for cups), 마리 (for animals), 권 (for books), 달 (for months), 장 (paper,pages,tickets).
When measuring something, usually native Korean numbers are used.
맥주 한병 주세요. = Please give me a bottle of beer.
열명 있어요. = There’s ten people here.
|번||COUNTER WORD FOR NUMBER OF TIMES|
|벌||COUNTER WORD FOR PANTS OR SUITS|
|개||COUNTER WORD FOR GENERIC OBJECTS|
|명,분||COUNTER WORD FOR PEOPLE|
|대||COUNTER WORD FOR CARS|
|병||COUNTER WORD FOR BOTTLES|
|잔||COUNTER WORD FOR CUPS, GLASSES|
|마리||COUNTER WORD FOR ANIMALS|
|권||COUNTER WORD FOR BOOKS|
|달||COUNTER WORD FOR MONTHS|
|장||COUNTER WORD FOR PAPER, PAGES, TICKETS|