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여러분, 안녕하세요? 에이미에요. Hi, everybody! I’m Amy.
Welcome back to KoreanClass101.com’s 삼분 한국어, the fastest, easiest, and most fun way to learn Korean.
In the last lesson, we finished our talk about buses in Korea.
Today, we get off the bus and arrive at a beautiful place. Let’s find out how to ask someone for a picture.
실례하지만, 사진 좀 찍어주세요.
Excuse me but, can you take a picture.
실례하지만 is "Excuse me"
사진 means "photograph."
좀 literally means "a little bit." This word is used a lot when asking for a favor.
찍어주세요 means "please take"
[slowly] 실례하지만 사진 좀 찍어주세요
Also it’s good to tell where the button is. "Please press here" in Korean is
여기 눌러주세요.
[slowly] 여기 눌러주세요.
Now it's time to pose 하나, 둘, 셋!
Or, the photographer might say 김치! It’s lot like saying “cheese” in English, because when you say it your mouth naturally smiles.
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After, they would say
잘 나왔네요!
‘It turned out well!’
Don’t for get to say thanks!
Now it’s time for Amy’s insights
Have you ever seen Korean style of posing for pictures? It might seem weird but we always make a peace sign with our hands, like this! (do it) Try it out the next time you take a picture in Korea! You will be Korean in the picture the next day.
In this lesson, we learned how to ask someone to take our picture. Next time, we’re going to learn how to ask to say in Korean!
We'll be waiting for you in our next 삼분 한국어 lesson!
다음에 또 만나요!