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잘 가 – go in peace

안녕히 계세요 (annyeonghi gyeseyo) – This is a formal way of saying goodbye in Korean. It is used when you are leaving someone who is staying in the same place. It literally means “stay in peace”. 안녕히 가세요 (annyeonghi gaseyo) – This is a polite way of saying goodbye, and is used when the person …

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자동차(jadongcha), Car

자동차 (jadongcha) – CarThis is the general term for a car in Korean. 오토바이 (otobai) – MotorcycleThis term refers to a motorized vehicle with two wheels. 트럭 (teureok) – TruckThis term refers to a large vehicle used for transporting goods. 자전거 (jajeongeo) – BicycleThis term refers to a vehicle with two wheels that is powered …

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옷(ot), Clothes

옷 (ot) – ClothesThis is the general term for clothes in Korean. 상의 (sangui) – TopThis term refers to the upper part of clothing, such as a shirt or blouse. 하의 (hagui) – BottomThis term refers to the lower part of clothing, such as pants or skirts. 외투 (oetu) – OuterwearThis term refers to any …

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거절(geojeul), Reject

안 돼요 (an dwaeyo) – “No way” or “It’s not possible”그거 아니에요 (geugeo anieyo) – “That’s not it”미안해요, 안 돼요 (mianhaeyo, an dwaeyo) – “I’m sorry, it’s not possible”다음에 (daeume) – “Next time” or “Another time”지금은 좀 어려워요 (jigeumeun jom eoryeowoyo) – “It’s a bit difficult right now”다른 걸로 부탁할게요 (dareun geollo butakhalgeyo) – “I’ll …

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사랑(sarang), Love

사랑해요 (saranghaeyo) – “I love you” (the most common and direct way to express love in Korean)사랑한다 (saranghanda) – “I love you” (a more casual and informal way of expressing love, typically used between couples)좋아해요 (joahaeyo) – “I like you” (a less intense way of expressing affection, typically used when starting to develop feelings for …

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식사(siksa), Have a eat

잘 먹겠습니다 (jal meokkesseumnida) – “I will eat well” (said before starting the meal as a way of showing gratitude and appreciation for the food that has been prepared)맛있게 먹었습니다 (masitge meogeosseumnida) – “It was delicious” (said after finishing the meal to express satisfaction and enjoyment of the food)이거 뭐예요? (igeo mwoyeyo?) – “What is …

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콘서트(con-seo-teu), Concert

“멋지다!” – (Read as: “meot-ji-da!”) This means “This is awesome!” and is often used to express excitement and admiration for the performers. “함께 불러요!” – (Read as: “ham-kke bul-reo-yo!”) This means “Let’s sing along!” and is used to encourage the audience to join in and sing together. “손 머리 위로!” – (Read as: “son-meo-ri-wi-ro!”) This …

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여름(yeo-reum), Summer

“더워요.” – (Read as: “deo-weo-yo.”) This means “It’s hot” and is often used to describe the weather during summer. “땀이 많이 나요.” – (Read as: “ttam-i mani na-yo.”) This means “I’m sweating a lot” and is used to express discomfort due to high temperatures. “수영하러 가요.” – (Read as: “su-yeong-ha-reo ga-yo.”) This means “Let’s go …

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