Korean 101

[Korean 101] It’s hot.

  It’s/I’m hot. 더워요. Deo-weo-yo.     Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your local language institute for this!), but do plan to post simple and useful phrases that can be used in everyday life. We hope you find this section useful and feel free to comment with what you’d like to see posted! Please understand that we cannot respond to language-related questions.

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[Korean 101] I’m hungry.

  (I’m) hungry. 배고파(요). Bae-go-pa(yo).   If you’re speaking to a stranger, someone older or someone to whom you need to show respect then ‘yo’ is added at the end. If you’re speaking to friends or family, you can omit ‘yo’. (But, to elders such as grandparents, the honorific form is used to ‘yo’ should be added.)   Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with…

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[Korean 101] Summer has come.

  Summer has come. 여름이 왔네요. Yeo-reum-i wan-neyo.     Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your local language institute for this!), but do plan to post simple and useful phrases that can be used in everyday life. We hope you find this section useful and feel free to comment with what you’d like to see posted! Please understand that we cannot respond to…

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[Korean 101] I miss you.

  I miss you. 보고 싶어. Bogo-shi-peo. As expression like “I miss you” would be said only to those you are close to, there is no need to add 요(yo) to show respect.     Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your local language institute for this!), but do plan to post simple and useful phrases that can be used in everyday life. We…

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[Korean 101] Have you eaten?

  Have you eaten? 식사 하셨나요? Shiksa ha-shyeon-nayo?     Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your local language institute for this!), but do plan to post simple and useful phrases that can be used in everyday life. We hope you find this section useful and feel free to comment with what you’d like to see posted! Please understand that we cannot respond to…

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[Korean 101] Where is the nearest subway station?

  Where is the nearest subway station? 제일 가까운 전철역이 어디인가요? Je-il ga-kka-un jeon-cheol-yeok-i eo-di-in-gayo?     Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your local language institute for this!), but do plan to post simple and useful phrases that can be used in everyday life. We hope you find this section useful and feel free to comment with what you’d like to see posted!…

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[Korean 101] Can I have more ~?

  Can I have more ~? / Please give me some more ~. ~ 좀 더 주세요. ~ jom deoh juseyo.   Example 1 – Please give me some more kimchi. 김치 좀 더 주세요. Kimchi jom deoh juseyo. Example 2 – Please give me some more water. 물 좀 더 주세요. Mul jom deoh juseyo.   Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your…

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[Korean 101] It’s raining a lot.

– KOREAN OF THE DAY –   It’s raining a lot. 비가 많이 오네요. Bee-ga ma-nee o-ne-yo.     Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your local language institute for this!), but do plan to post simple and useful phrases that can be used in everyday life. We hope you find this section useful and feel free to comment with what you’d like to…

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[Korean 101] Where can I find a restroom?

– KOREAN OF THE DAY –   Where can I find a restroom? Where is the bathroom? 화장실 어디 있어요? Hwa-jang-shil Uh-dee Eee-ssuh-yo?)     Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your local language institute for this!), but do plan to post simple and useful phrases that can be used in everyday life. We hope you find this section useful and feel free to…

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[Korean 101] The weather is nice.

– KOREAN OF THE DAY –   The weather is nice.   날씨가 좋아요. (Nal-sshi-ga jo-ah-yo.)     Korean 101 is a part of the Arts & Crafts Korea website for customers interested in learning the Korean language. We won’t be able to offer in-depth language courses (please inquire with your local language institute for this!), but do plan to post simple and useful phrases that can be used in everyday life. We hope you find this section useful and feel free to comment with what you’d like to see…

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