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Korean Key Phrase List

Korean Key Phrase List

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Hello.
안녕 안녕
Hello.
저는 사람을 처음 만났을 때, "안녕"이라고 인사합니다.
When I first meet someone, I like to say, "Hello."
안녕 안녕
Hello.
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Good afternoon.
안녕하세요 안녕하세요
Good afternoon.
안녕하세요 안녕하세요
Good afternoon.
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Good evening.
안녕하세요 안녕하세요
Good evening.
저는 사람을 처음 만났을 때, "안녕"이라고 인사합니다.
When I first meet someone, I like to say, "Hello."
안녕하세요 안녕하세요
Good evening.
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Good morning.
좋은 아침이에요 좋은 아침이에요
Good morning.
좋은 아침이에요 좋은 아침이에요
Good morning.
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Thank you!
고마워요. 고마워요.
Thank you!
정성스러운 선물 고마워요.
Thank you for the thoughtful and sincere present.
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고마워요. 고마워요.
Thank you!
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I'm sorry.
미안해요. 미안해요.
I'm sorry.
미안해요. 오타였어요.
I'm sorry. It was a typo.
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미안해요. 미안해요.
I'm sorry.
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Where is the bathroom?
화장실은 어디에 있습니까? 화장실은 어디에 있습니까?
Where is the bathroom?
화장실은 어디에 있습니까? 화장실은 어디에 있습니까?
Where is the bathroom?
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No.
아니요. 아니요.
No.
아니, 안 먹어.
No, I'm not eating.
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아니요. 아니요.
No.
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Nice to meet you.
만나서 반가워요. 만나서 반가워요.
Nice to meet you.
안녕하세요. 피터 씨, 제 이름은 리차드예요. 만나서 반가워요.
Hello Peter, my name is Richard and it is nice to meet you.
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만나서 반가워요. 만나서 반가워요.
Nice to meet you.
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Hi.
안녕 안녕
Hi.
친구야! 안녕!
Hi, my friend!
안녕 안녕
Hi.
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How are you?
어떻게 지내세요? 어떻게 지내세요?
How are you?
오랜만이네요. 어떻게 지내세요?
It's been a long time, how are you?
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어떻게 지내세요? 어떻게 지내세요?
How are you?
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Goodbye.
잘 가요 잘 가요
Goodbye.
잘 가요 잘 가요
Goodbye.
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Excuse me.
실례합니다. 실례합니다.
Excuse me.
실례합니다. 화장지 가지고 있으세요?
Excuse me, do you have a tissue?
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실례합니다. 실례합니다.
Excuse me.
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I'm (name).
저는 ...입니다. 저는 ...입니다.
I'm (name).
저는 ...입니다. 저는 ...입니다.
I'm (name).
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I'm fine.
괜찮아요. 괜찮아요.
I'm fine.
괜찮아요. 괜찮아요.
I'm fine.
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May I sit here?
앉아도 돼요? 앉아도 돼요?
May I sit here?
앉아도 돼요? 앉아도 돼요?
May I sit here?
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You're welcome.
괜찮아요 괜찮아요
You're welcome.
괜찮아요 괜찮아요
You're welcome.
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Please.
제발. 제발.
Please.
제발. 제발.
Please.
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Good night.
안녕히 주무세요. 안녕히 주무세요.
Good night.
안녕히 주무세요. 안녕히 주무세요.
Good night.
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What's your name?
이름이 뭐예요? 이름이 뭐예요?
What's your name?
저는 피터에요. 성함이 어떻게 되세요?
My name is Peter. What's your name?
이름이 뭐예요? 이름이 뭐예요?
What's your name?
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Where are you from?
어디 출신이세요? 어디 출신이세요?
Where are you from?
영국 사람인 것 같은데요. 어디에서 왔습니까?
You sound British. Where are you from?
어디 출신이세요? 어디 출신이세요?
Where are you from?
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Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
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Thank you very much.
대단히 감사합니다. 대단히 감사합니다.
Thank you very much.
대단히 감사합니다. 대단히 감사합니다.
Thank you very much.
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Congratulations!
축하해요. 축하해요.
Congratulations!
축하해요. 축하해요.
Congratulations!
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avatar KoreanClass101.com Monday at 3:44 pm

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avatar KoreanClass101.com Thursday at 5:50 pm

Hello Ssmeera,

Thank you for posting.
You can add these entries first to your WordBank, then you can sync them from there to the Flashcards.

Let us know if you have any question.
Cheers,
Lena
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avatar KoreanClass101.com Wednesday at 9:00 pm

HI Javier,

Thanks for posting. ‘네’ is a polite way of saying ‘yes’, you do not need to attach ‘요’. The informal way of saying yes would be ‘응’.
And the polite way of saying ‘no’ is ‘아니요’.

Hope this was of help. Please let us know if you have any other inquiries!
Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar Ssmeera Wednesday at 1:24 pm

Can’t we download these flash cards……
Thanks…..

avatar Javier Benito Wednesday at 4:44 am

Yes in formal should be something like 네요?
As no in formal is 아니요?

avatar KoreanClass101.com Friday at 4:40 pm

Hello fei chui,

Thank you for posting. To answer your question, the name Zhang Fei Chui would be written in Korean as 장 페이 슈이.
Please let us know if you have any other inquiries!

Cheers,
Lyn
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avatar KoreanClass101.com Thursday at 8:08 am

Hi Christina, Arpit,

Thanks for posting. To answer your question, Christina, annyeong (안녕) can be used for both ‘hello’ and ‘goodbye’. As for 주세요, it is a polite way of saying ‘(please) give it to me’.
And to answer your other question, with the exception of 안녕 and 제발, which are informal, the rest of the expressions are polite and you could use these expressions with your cousin if he/she is older than you. If your cousin is younger you would need to use the informal phrases unless you are not very close.

Arpit, thanks for posting, just remember that ‘주세요’ means ‘please give it to me’, not just ‘please’.

Please let us know if you have any other inquiries!
Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

avatar fei chui Wednesday at 3:42 pm

how to write my name in korea? my chinese name is zhang fei chui.

avatar Arpit Sunday at 11:17 pm

하이 크리스티나,
I would lyk to answer ur questions…
Annyeong is the informal way of saying hello to anyone..fr example, you can Use it with ur friends casually or with ur younger members in family.
Juseyo is the polite and formal way of saying please, it is used for politely ordering anything or asking anything from anyone.
For informal/slang conversation, u can remove 요 & 입니다 (ending particle) from the sentence in order to show casual way of convo. :sunglasses:

알피트

avatar Christina Sunday at 9:01 pm

i would like to talk to my korean cousin informally. are these for informal convo? pls answer because i dont want to look like fool to him :)

avatar Christina Sunday at 8:58 pm

annyeong! i’vw been watching korean dramas for years to help me understand about korean language . why is it sometimes i heard them saying “annyeong” as goodbye and please as “juseyo”