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kOREAN PHRASES2010/07/23
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General Vocabulary
Good. / Bad. Jo-a-yo. / An-jo-a-yo. 좋아요. / 안 좋아요.
So-So. K-j k-rae-yo. 그저 그래요.
Big / Small. K'?n / Ja-g?n. 큰/작은.
Today /Now. O-n?l / Ji-g?m. 오늘/지금.
Tomorrow / Yesterday. Nae-il / ?-je. 내일/어제.
Yes / No. Ne / A-ni-yo. 네/아니요.
Over here! Y?-gi-yo! 여기요!
Please (literally: give it to me). Chu-se-yo. 주세요.
I’m sorry. Choe-song-ham-ni-da. 죄송합니다.
Is it okay? Kwaen-ch'a-na-yo? 괜찮아요?
I'm hungry. Bae-go-p'a-yo. 배고파요.
I’m thirsty. Mong-mal-la-yo. 목말라요.
In the morning… A-ch'im-e… 아침에...
In the evening… J?-ny?k-e… 저녁에...
At night… Bam-e... 밤에...
This / That. I-g?t / K?-g?t. 이것/그것.
Here / There. Y?-gi / K?-gi. 여기/거기.
Really? J?ng-mal-lyo? 정말요?
How? ?-tt?-ke-yo? 어떻게요?
Who? Nu-gu-yo? 누구요?
What? Mw?t-yo? 무엇요?
When? ?n-je-yo? 언제요?
Where? ?-di-yo? 어디요?
Why? We-yo? 왜요?
What time is it? My?-sshi-ye-yo? 몇시예요?
Can you help me? Chom dowa-ju-shil ssu i- na-yo? 좀 도와주실 수 있나요?
How much is this? I-ge ?l-ma-ye-yo? 이게 얼마예요?
I feel sick. A-p'a-yo. 아파요.
I need a doctor. ?i-sa-ga p'i-ryo-hae-yo. 의사가 필요해요.
I / me. Ch?. 저.
You. Dang-sheen. 당신.
He / him. K?. 그.
She / her. K?-ny?. 그녀.
We / us. Ch?-h?i. 저희.
They / them. K? ?d?l. 그들.
One. Ha-na. / Il.* 하나. / 일.
Two. Dool. / Ee.* 둘. / 이.
Three. Set. / Sam.* 셋. / 삼.
Four. Net. / Sa.* 넷. / 사.
Five. Da-s?t. / Oh.* 다섯. / 오.
Six. Y?-s?t. / Ryuk.* 여섯. / 륙.
Seven. Il-gope. / Ch’il.* 일곱. / 칠.
Eight. Y?-d?l. / P’al.* 여덟. / 팔.
Nine. A-hope. / Gu.* 아홉. / 구.
Ten. Y?l. / Ship.* 열. / 십.
*Korea has two numerical systems. The ones marked with an asterisk are more commonly used than the other ones, which are used mainly to count a quantity of something (i.e., how many people are in the group, how old you are, how many kilograms, etc.).
Greetings
Hi! An-y?ng-ha-se-yo. 안녕하세요 .
Good morning! An-ny?ng-ha-se-yo? 안녕하세요?
Good evening! An-ny?ng-ha-se-yo? 안녕하세요?
How are you? Chal ji-nae- -yo? 잘 지내요?
I'm fine, thanks! Ne. Chal ji-nae- yo. 네. 잘 지내요.
Good Chal ji-nae-ss?-yo. 잘 지냈어요.
So-So. K?-j? k?-rae-yo. 그저 그래요.
Thank you! Kam-sa-ham-ni-da! 감사합니다!
Thank you very much! N?-mu kam-sa-ham-ni-da! 너무 감사합니다!
You're welcome! A-ni-e-yo. 아니에요.
Hey buddy! Ya, ch'in-gu! (very informal) 야! 친구!
I love you. Sa-rang-hae-yo. 사랑해요.
I missed you! Bo-go shi-p'?-ss?-yo. 보고 싶었어요.
What's new? Py?l-li-ri ?p-ss?-sh?-ss?-yo? 별일이 없으셨어요?
Not much. Ne, ?p-ss?-ss?-yo. 네, 없었어요.
Good night! An-y?ng-hi ju-mu-se-yo! 안녕히 주무세요!
See you later! Na-jung-e bwae-yo! 나중에 봬요!
I have to go. Ka-bwa-ya dwoe-yo. 가봐야 돼요.
I will be right back! K?m-bang ga-tta ol-kke-yo. 금방 갔다 올께요.
Good-bye!1
Good-bye! An-ny?ng-hi -ga-se-yo! 안녕히 가세요!
2
In Korean, “good-bye” depends on the person you’re speaking to: An-ny?ng-hi -ge-se-yo! 안녕히 계세요!
1. If the person you are saying good-bye to is leaving, then use this form.
2. If the person you are saying good-bye to is not leaving, then use this form.
Small talk
Do you speak English? Y?ng-? hal jul a-se-yo? 영어 하세요?
Just a little. Cho-g?-myo. 조금요.
What's your name? I-r?-mi ?-tt?-k'e dwoe-se-yo? 이름이 어떻게 되세요?
My name is ... Ch?-n?n . . . i-e-yo. 저는 . . . 이에요.
Nice to meet you! Manna-s? ban-gap-ss?m-ni-da! 만나서 반갑습니다!
You're very kind! Ch'in-j?-ra-shi-ne-yo! 너무 친절하시네요!
Where are you from? ?-di-s? o-shi?-ss?-yo? 어디서 오셨어요?
I'm from… Ch?-n?n ... e-s? wa-ss?-yo. 저는... 에서 왔어요.
America. Mi-guk. 미국.
Canada. Ke-na-da. 캐나다.
England. Y?ng-guk. 영국.
Ireland. Ai-lend. 아일랜드.
New Zealand. New-jee-lend. 뉴질랜드.
Australia. Ho-ju. 호주.
S. Africa. Nam-ah-pree-ka. 남아프리카
I'm American. Mi-gu-gin-i-e-yo. 미국인 이에요.
Where do you live? ?-di sa-se-yo? 어디 사세요?
I live in the U.S. Ch?-n?n mi-guk-e-s? sa-ra-yo. 저는 미국 에서 살아요.
Do you like it here? Y?-gi-ga cho-?-se-yo? 여기가 좋으세요?
I like it. Jo-a-yo. 좋아요.
I don't know. Mo-r?-ge-ss?-yo. 모르겠어요.
How old are you? Nai-ga ?-tt?-k'e dwoe-se-yo? 나이가 어떻게 되세요?
I'm . . . years old. Ch?-n?n . . . sa-ri-e-yo. 저는...살이에요.