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Whether you are learning Korean in Korea, taking an online Korean class, or plan to enrol yourself in one of the many Korean language immersion schools, our English to Korean dictionary is always being updated with new Korean words which makes an excellent supplement for those trying to learn how to speak Korean.


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English to Korean: Learn Greetings and Farewells in Korean

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For those looking to improve on your basic Korean vocabulary - especially when it comes to learning greetings in Korean and the Korean good byes, you may find this page useful. With a little help, everyone can learn to give the proper Korean greetings or good byes with our English to Korean greetings dictionary!

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View this list of Korean greetings and farewells with translations from: Korean to English or English to Korean
(Words in bold added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our LearnKoreanCLT twitter page.)



Saying "Hello" in Korean:

Hello - Annyeong (informal)
Hello - Annyeong haseyo (formal, to show respect to your elders)

Hello - Yeoboseyo (used when answering the phone)

Good afternoon / Good evening / How are you? - Annyeong hashimnikka (formal)
Good night - Annyonghi jumushipsiyo (formal)

Pleased to meet you - Mannaseo bangawoyo (informal)
Pleased to meet you - Mannaseo bangapseumnida (formal)


Saying "Good Bye" in Korean:

Goodbye - Annyeonghi gyeseyo (said when you are leaving)
Goodbye - Annyeonghi gaseyo (said when you are staying)

Goodbye - Annyeonghi gashibshio
Goodbye - Chalga

See you tomorrow - Nae-il man-nayo
Take care - Jaritsuh (Jar-it-suh: slowly said)


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Read & Speak Korean for Beginners (Book w/Audio CD): The Easiest Way to Communicate Right Away!

This book is a lot of fun for complete beginners who are still learning the basics. It's filled with games and puzzles which, though juvenile, can still keep you interested while you learn. Unfortunately, pronunciation and grammar are rather light in this book, so that aspect of the learning is missing. Even the audio CD isn't the greatest help when it comes to pronunciation because, though the speakers are clearly native Korean speakers, everything they say is very, very slow, so it doesn't sound natural. To be completely fair, however, they do speed up a bit later on in the CD.

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Requested Korean Greetings and Farewells Translations
Do you know how to speak Korean? Perhaps you can send in some translations to help the visitors of this site. Below are a list of words and phrases that people are looking to be translated from English to Korean:


- Best regards
- Get well soon
- Good afternoon to all of you
- Good bye (formal)
- Good morning
- Good morning everybody
- Have a nice day
- Hello everybody
- Hello my brother
- Hello my friend
- Hello my name is...
- Hi
     - Hi my friend
- Hi my name is...
- Hope to see you soon
- I have not seen you in a while
- Nice to meet you
- Nice to see you again
- See you later
- See you next year
- Take care always
- Welcome
- Welcome back
- Welcome home


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