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5. Goodbye


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avatar KoreanClass101.com

Let’s practice “안녕히 계세요, 안녕히 가세요. ” :)

avatar koreanClass101.com

Hi Phillip, Colin,

Thank you for posting. Phillip, like Colin pointed out, 안녕히 계십시오 is a very polite way of saying goodbye (when you are leaving), so in formal situations it would be more natural to use this phrase.

Cheers,
Lyn
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avatar Colin

Not weird. More formal. S/he was also in a business setting (instructor/student/client). And it is for when you are leaving and he other person is staying. For the opposite you say 안녕히 가십시오

avatar Phillip

I have a question

In Taekwondo, my instructor told me the respectful way of saying goodbye is “안녕히 계십시오”

I’m just wondering if this can still be used towards people and it’s not weird.

Thank you.

avatar KoreanClass101.com

Hi Cecelia, Colin,

Thank you for posting. Colin is correct, 잘 있어 is said to the person who is staying (by the person leaving), and 잘 가 is said from the person who is staying (to the person that is leaving).

Sincerely,
Lyn
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avatar Colin

Cecilia,

잘 있어 is said by the person leaving to the person staying. 잘 가 is said by the person staying to the person who is leaving

avatar Cecilia

The PDF file in the Grammar section says that jalisseo and jalga are both for when you’re the one staying and somebody else is leaving. Unless I read it wrong :unamused:

avatar Team KoreanClass101.com

Aananthi,

Thank you for posting. Colin is right, ‘죄송합니다’is the honorific way of apologizing. ‘미안합니다’ is a bit more casual in comparison.

Cheers,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Colin

Aananthi,

Yes, in honorific form.
Colin

avatar Aananthi

what is this..”Jwesong hamnida”…If its meaning is i apologize…then is it polite..??

avatar KoreanClass101.com

안녕하세요.

mai - You can write your name as 마이 in Korean.

hadeel - Thanks for your comment! 대단히 감사합니다.

:)
Regards,
Claire
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