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INTRODUCTION
Seol: 안녕하세요. 윤설입니다. (Annyeonghaseyo. Yunseorimnida.)
Minkyong: 안녕하세요. 민경입니다. (Annyeonghaseyo. Mingyeongimnida.)
Keith: Hey Keith here. The Worst Time to Go Next in Korea. All right, Minkyong, what are we taking a look at in this lesson?
Minkyong: In this lesson, you will learn how to say next in Korean.
Keith: This conversation takes place at a gym.
Seol: And the conversation is between Yeonghun and his trainer at the gym.
Keith: And the speakers are speaking in polite Korean.
Seol: 존댓말 (jondaenmal)
Keith: All right, let’s listen to the conversation.
DIALOGUE
(1)코치: 영훈 씨. 먼저, 10킬로예요! (yeonghun ssi. meonjeo, 10killoyeyo!)
(2)영훈: 하하하. 가벼워요! (hahaha. gabyeowoyo!)
(3)코치: 다음, 20킬로! (daeum, 20killo!)
(4)영훈: 하하하. 가벼워요! (hahaha. gabyeowoyo!)
(5)코치: 다음. 30킬로! (daeum. 30killo!)
(6)영훈: 하하. 가벼워요. (haha. gabyeowoyo.)
(7)코치: 40킬로! 50킬로! 60킬로! 70킬로! (40killo! 50killo! 60killo! 70killo!)
(8)영훈: 무거워요… (mugeowoyo…)
(9)코치: 다음... 80킬로! (daeum... 80killo!)
(10)영훈: 윽... 무거워요… (euk... mugeowoyo…)
(11)코치: 영훈 씨! 영훈 씨! 괜찮아요? (yeonghun ssi! yeonghun ssi! gwaenchanayo?)
Seol: 한번 더 천천히 (hanbeon deo cheoncheonhi).
Keith: One more time, slowly.
(1)코치: 영훈 씨. 먼저, 10킬로예요! (yeonghun ssi. meonjeo, 10killoyeyo!)
(2)영훈: 하하하. 가벼워요! (hahaha. gabyeowoyo!)
(3)코치: 다음, 20킬로! (daeum, 20killo!)
(4)영훈: 하하하. 가벼워요! (hahaha. gabyeowoyo!)
(5)코치: 다음. 30킬로! (daeum. 30killo!)
(6)영훈: 하하. 가벼워요. (haha. gabyeowoyo.)
(7)코치: 40킬로! 50킬로! 60킬로! 70킬로! (40killo! 50killo! 60killo! 70killo!)
(8)영훈: 무거워요… (mugeowoyo…)
(9)코치: 다음... 80킬로! (daeum... 80killo!)
(10)영훈: 윽... 무거워요… (euk... mugeowoyo…)
(11)코치: 영훈 씨! 영훈 씨! 괜찮아요? (yeonghun ssi! yeonghun ssi! gwaenchanayo?)
Seol: 영어로 한 번 더 (yeongeoro han beon deo).
Keith: One more time, with the English.
(1)코치: 영훈 씨. 먼저, 10킬로예요! (yeonghun ssi. meonjeo, 10killoyeyo!)
Keith: Yeonghun, first, it's ten kilograms.
(2)영훈: 하하하. 가벼워요! (hahaha. gabyeowoyo!)
Keith: Hahaha. It's light!
(3)코치: 다음, 20킬로! (daeum, 20killo!)
Keith: Next, twenty kilograms!
(4)영훈: 하하하. 가벼워요! (hahaha. gabyeowoyo!)
Keith: Hahaha. It's light!
(5)코치: 다음. 30킬로! (daeum. 30killo!)
Keith: Next, thirty kilograms!
(6)영훈: 하하. 가벼워요. (haha. gabyeowoyo.)
Keith: Haha. It's light...
(7)코치: 40킬로! 50킬로! 60킬로! 70킬로! (40killo! 50killo! 60killo! 70killo!)
Keith: Forty kilograms! Fifty kilograms! Sixty kilograms! Seventy kilograms!
(8)영훈: 무거워요… (mugeowoyo…)
Keith: It's heavy...
(9)코치: 다음... 80킬로! (daeum... 80killo!)
Keith: Next...eighty kilograms!
(10)영훈: 윽... 무거워요… (euk... mugeowoyo…)
Keith: Argh... it's heavy...
(11)코치: 영훈 씨! 영훈 씨! 괜찮아요? (yeonghun ssi! yeonghun ssi! gwaenchanayo?)
Keith: Yeonghun! Yeonghun! Are you alright?
POST CONVERSATION BANTER
Minkyong: I thought the fitness trainers are there to help us not to get hurt.
Keith: Yeah but Yeonghun kept saying it’s light. I think that’s why the trainer kept putting on some extra weight or maybe there was a pretty girl sitting next to him watching him how well he does. That happens to me sometimes.
Seol: That’s not very smart though.
Keith: Tough to look away when there is a pretty girl but recently I’ve been noticing. I think maybe about 10 years ago, Korean men were kind of scrawny, kind of small but 10 years later, they’ve been working out, a lot of guys.
Minkyong: It’s like the trend 몸짱 (momjjang).
Keith: So what is that trend called?
Seol: 몸짱 (momjjang).
Keith: And this will be a bad translation but that’s body king.
Seol: Yeah. What a great translation!
Keith: Now I don’t know about that one but yeah a lot of guys are really into working out these days in Korea. So if you are ever in Korea, you will see a lot of guys with big bodies and muscles and very intimidating for me. Well on that note, let’s take a look at the vocab.
VOCAB LIST
Keith: Let's take a look at the vocabulary for this lesson.
: The first word we shall see is:
Minkyong: 무거워요 (mugeowoyo) [natural native speed]
Keith: It's heavy.
Minkyong: 무거워요 (mugeowoyo) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Minkyong: 무거워요 (mugeowoyo) [natural native speed]
: Next:
Minkyong: 가벼워요 (gabyeowoyo) [natural native speed]
Keith: it's light
Minkyong: 가벼워요 (gabyeowoyo) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Minkyong: 가벼워요 (gabyeowoyo) [natural native speed]
: Next:
Minkyong: 킬로 (killo) [natural native speed]
Keith: kilogram, kilometer
Minkyong: 킬로 (killo) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Minkyong: 킬로 (killo) [natural native speed]
: Next:
Minkyong: 괜찮아요 (gwaenchanayo) [natural native speed]
Keith: It's okay
Minkyong: 괜찮아요 (gwaenchanayo) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Minkyong: 괜찮아요 (gwaenchanayo) [natural native speed]
: Next:
Minkyong: 먼저 (meonjeo) [natural native speed]
Keith: first, ahead
Minkyong: 먼저 (meonjeo) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Minkyong: 먼저 (meonjeo) [natural native speed]
VOCAB AND PHRASE USAGE
Keith: All right. So how about we take a closer look at some of the words and phrases from this lesson. What’s the first word we are going to look at?
Seol: 무거워요. (mugeowoyo)
Keith: “It's heavy.” And it's in the polite language. How do we say this in informal Korean?
Seol: 무거워. (mugeowo)
Keith: what is the opposite of 무거워요? (mugeowoyo)
Seol: 가벼워요. (gabyeowoyo)
Keith: “It is light.” And what about the informal Korean?
Seol: 가벼워. (gabyeowo)
Keith: Ok, so can you give us some examples with 무거워요 (mugeowoyo) and 가벼워요? (gabyeowoyo)
Seol: 이 책 무거워요 (i chaek mugeowoyo)
Keith: “This book is heavy.”
Seol: 이 신발 가벼워요 (i sinbal gabyeowoyo)
Keith: “These shoes are light.” Ok! What about our next word?
Seol: 괜찮아요. (gwaenchanayo)
Keith: “It's okay.” And this is polite so what is the informal Korean?
Seol: 괜찮아. (gwaenchana)
Keith: and if you say it with a rising intonation, it becomes a question.
Seol: 괜찮아요? (gwaenchanayo)
Keith: “Are you ok?” and if you say it with the falling intonation
Seol: 괜찮아요. (gwaenchanayo)
Keith: “I am ok.” It's the answer. So let’s say you are riding the subway and you stepped on somebody’s foot and he screams, you apologize of course. What do you say?
Seol: 죄송합니다. (joesonghamnida)
Keith: And then if you are polite, you are a polite person, right Seol?
Seol: Uh-huh.
Keith: So what do you say?
Seol: 괜찮아요? (gwaenchanayo?)
Keith: And if he's alright, he'll say?
Seol: 괜찮아요. (gwaenchanayo.)
Keith: What if he is not all right?
Seol: 안 괜찮아요!
Keith: That will be a little forceful. Okay. Now let's look at today's focus.

Lesson focus

Keith: We have a really simple focus for this lesson. What is it?
Seol: 다음. (daeum.)
Keith: "next" or "after." It is commonly used both on its own and with other nouns. In this dialog, it only came out on its own.
Seol: yeah, the coach kept saying 다음 (daeum) before putting more weight on the barbells.
Keith: Yeah what the coach said Next, twenty kilograms! Next, thirty kilograms, and so on. Ok, so what are some expressions in which 다음 (daeum) is used?
Seol: 다음 주 (daeum ju)
Keith: “next week.” 주 (ju) is “a week.”
Seol: 다음 달 (daeum dal)
Keith: “next month.” 달 (dal) means “a month.”
Seol: and... 다음 사람 (daeum saram)
Keith: "next person." Ok, how about some sample sentences?
Seol: I say 다음에 보자 (daeume boja) very often, when I say goodbye to my friends. It means the same thing as 또 보자 (tto boja).
Keith: Yeah, 다음에 보자 (daeume boja) means 'See you next time.' And if you remember from our previous lesson, 또 보자 (tto boja) means see you again.
Seol: Or sometimes I say 다음 주에 보자 (daeum jue boja).
Keith: “See you next week.” Ok, so 다음 can be used with to a lot of words.
Seol: And when we say 'see you next time', that's 다음 번에 봐요. (daeum beone bwayo).
Keith: And it's actually about time we said that.

Outro

Keith: Okay so that’s going to do it for this lesson. See you, everyone, next time.
Seol: 다음에 봐요. (daeume bwayo.)
Minkyong: 또 봐요. (tto bwayo.)

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Monday at 06:30 PM
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여러분은 평소에 "다음"이라는 말 많이 쓰세요? Do you usually use the word 다음 (daeum = "next") often? :)

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Hey Colin,



Always my pleasure to be your help!


Keep up with your great job :wink::thumbsup:


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Colin (칼린)
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Madison씨,


감사합니다!

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Hey Colin,



You could say 아니오. '다음'이라는 말은 주로 안 써요!;)





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Colin (칼린)
Wednesday at 02:00 AM
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음...아니오, "다음"이 말 주로 안 써요.

Umm...No, I don't use the word "next" often.

Is this correct? Am I actually saying "I often do not use the word 'next'"? Because I do NOT wish to say that, so please tell me if I'm saying that and please correct me.


감사합니다!

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Hi David,


You're welcome, please feel free to ask us anything you need!


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David
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Thank you so much. I really appreciate that. :thumbsup::thumbsup:

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Hello David,



You could say 또 봐요 for being polite or 또 봐 between friends!:)


Other ones could be see you later(다음에 봐요) or good night(잘 자요) or so!:)




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David
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How many ways are there to say "see you again" in Korean? i only know "또 봐요". Is that the most common way? Moreover, is it okay to only say "또 봐".


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Hi Johan,



No probelm.


Let us know anytime if you have questions!:)



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Ok, thanks :wink: