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5. Goodbye

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



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

hadeel - Thanks for your comment! 대단히 감사합니다.


avatar mai

how do I write my name in Korean?

avatar hadeel

dedani kumsameda :wink:

avatar Colin

Also.. Keith says…

The casual version of the second phrase (when you are staying and someone is leaving)
is잘가 (jalga). but in the lesson audio he says it is for when you are leaving or everyone is leaving. which is right for this one, also?

avatar Colin

In the notes,Keith says 잘있어 is for when you are staying and someone is leaving. But in the lesson audio, he says it is for when you are the one who is leaving. So which is right?

avatar Marisha

wow, so many ways to say good bye!
but most of them mean something like “good for you”
in my language Good bye means : “till next meeting” :)

avatar 선현우

Leonardo :) Thanks for the comment. Annyeonghaseyo :)

Katie :)
Austin’s answer is perfect :) Thanks Austin!

firsty :)
넵! 감사합니다!!

avatar firsty

도와 주셔서 감사합니다…..



avatar Austin (오민)


I know it seems like 잘가 is better to say to the person leaving, and you can. But imagine riding the subway with your friends, and you get off first. What do you say? You are leaving the train, and they are staying behind, but aren’t they sort of going too? In this situation, 잘가 is perfect. In my experience, 잘 있어 is not very common.

avatar Katie

Oh, and I only have access to the audio, so it might have been explained in the notes…