(Words in bold
added during the last update. Latest additions can also been seen on our LearnKoreanCLT
Kamsahamnida - Thank you (formal)
Komap seumnida - Thank you (less formal)
Mianhaeyo - Sorry
Mianhamnida - Sorry
Hangukmal hasil jul aseyo? - Do you speak Korean?
Moreuges seumnida - I don't understand
Cheoncheonhi malssuemhae jeseyo - Please speak slower
Dang sinui ireu meun mueosip nikka? - What is your name?
Je ireumeun (name) imnida - My name is (name)
Jeoneun (name) imnida - I am (name)
(Name) imnida - I'm (name)
Annyeong ha shut suh yo? - How have you been? (formal)
Annyong hashimnikka? - How are you? (formal)
Eotteohke jinaeseyo? - How are you?
Jaljinaeyo - Fine, thanks
Haeng un! - Good luck!
Baegopa - I'm hungry
Ulmayeyo? - How much is it?
Uhdeeitseum nikka? - Where is it?
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