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Top 15 Compliments You Always Want to Hear

항상 듣고 싶은 칭찬 15 개
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You're handsome.
잘생기셨네요. 잘생기셨네요.
Jalsaenggisyeonneyo.
You're handsome.
Great job!
잘했어! 잘했어!
Jalhaesseo!
Great job!
Your resume is impressive.
이력서가 인상적이네요. 이력서가 인상적이네요.
Iryeokseoga insangjeogineyo.
Your resume is impressive.
Your inside is even more beautiful than your outside.
내면이 외면보다 더 아름답네요. 내면이 외면보다 더 아름답네요.
Naemyeoni oemyeonboda deo areumdamneyo.
Your inside is even more beautiful than your outside.
You make me want to be a better person.
내가 더 나은 사람이 되고 싶게 만들어요. 내가 더 나은 사람이 되고 싶게 만들어요.
Naega deo naeun sarami doego sipge mandeureoyo.
You make me want to be a better person.
That jacket looks nice on you.
재킷이 잘 어울려요. 재킷이 잘 어울려요.
Jaekisi jal eoullyeoyo.
That jacket looks nice on you.
I know that it was a tough project, but your performance exceeded my expectations.
힘든 프로젝트였는데 성과가 기대 이상이에요. 힘든 프로젝트였는데 성과가 기대 이상이에요.
Himdeun peurojekteuyeonneunde seonggwaga gidae isangieyo.
I know that it was a tough project, but your performance exceeded my expectations.
You're smart!
머리가 좋네요. 머리가 좋네요.
Meoriga jonneyo.
You're smart!
You are an awesome friend.
넌 멋진 친구야. 넌 멋진 친구야.
Neon meotjin chinguya.
You are an awesome friend.
You have a great sense of humor.
유머 감각이 좋네요. 유머 감각이 좋네요.
Yumeo gamgagi jonneyo.
You have a great sense of humor.
Your smile is beautiful.
웃는 얼굴이 아름다워요. 웃는 얼굴이 아름다워요.
Unneun eolguri areumdawoyo.
Your smile is beautiful.
I love your cooking.
네가 해 준 요리를 좋아해. 네가 해 준 요리를 좋아해.
Nega hae jun yorireul joahae.
I love your cooking.
You have good taste.
안목이 있네요. 안목이 있네요.
Anmogi inneyo.
You have good taste.
You look gorgeous.
아름다워요. 아름다워요.
Areumdawoyo.
You look gorgeous.
You have a way with words.
말솜씨가 좋네요. 말솜씨가 좋네요.
Malsomssiga jonneyo.
You have a way with words.
None of our words match your filter
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Friday at 3:34 pm
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Hey Listeners! Is your favorite compliment on this list? Let us know!

Thursday at 5:15 am
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데럴씨 안녕하세요!

Thanks for posting. One way to say ‘you are a beautiful person’ would be:

당신은 아름다운 사람(여자=woman, so you could use this instead if you want to say ‘woman’ instead of ‘person’)입니다.

Cheers,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

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Monday at 5:02 pm
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How do i say you are a beautiful person? Or you are a beautiful woman?

Thursday at 10:47 am
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Hi Navjot,

You can say 사랑해요 (saranghaeyo) in Korean to mean “I love you.”

Thank you,

Jae
Team KoreanClass101.com

Navjot singh
Tuesday at 8:28 pm
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ਸਾਟ ਸਰੀ ਅਕਾਲ,
My english bad but how to say “ਮੈਂ ਤੁਹਾਨੂੰ ਪਿਆਰ ਕਰਦਾ ਹਾਂ” in korean i love you? I am learning lorean to speak to friends.

Monday at 10:57 am
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Hi SweeLian,

Thank you for commenting! Please let us know if you have any other questions.
Best,
Lyn
Team KoreanClass101.com

SweeLian
Wednesday at 1:49 pm
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Thank you for your help, Colin & Lyn!

Wednesday at 12:17 pm
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Hi SweeLian,

Colin provided you with your answer–’수고하셨습니다/수고하셨어요/고생 많으셨습니다/고생 많으셨어요/고생 많았어요’ can all be used to say, ‘Thank you for your effort’. 😄

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

Colin
Monday at 3:13 pm
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SweeLian,

You can say 수고하셨습니다. or 고생 많으셨습니다/많이 고생했어요/고생많았어요 etc etc etc.

but if they deal with you on a daily basis, likely their english should be sufficiently good enough for you to just do it in English.

SweeLian
Monday at 1:20 pm
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How do you say “Thank you for your effort” in Korean? I’ve heard it before in Korean dramas but there are several versions. Basically used to appreciate or thank someone for trying his best and I want to be able to say it to someone who’s made effort in learning or doing something.