- 1 What is welcome in South Korea?
- 2 What is saranghae?
- 3 How do you reply to Annyeong?
- 4 How do you say you’re welcome?
- 5 What does Gomawo mean?
- 6 What is WHO Korean?
- 7 What is considered rude in Korea?
- 8 How do you apologize in Korean?
- 9 What does Haseyo mean?
- 10 What does Anyoung Haseyo mean?
- 11 What does Yeoboseyo mean?
What is welcome in South Korea?
If you look up “welcome” in the dictionary, you will more than likely see the word 환영하다 (hwanyeonghada). This word is easy to remember (it sounds like 안녕 (annyeong), the word for “hello” and is easy to use as it is a 하다 (hada) verb, so can be used it a similar way to the Korean word 좋아하다 (joahada | to like).
What is saranghae?
Saranghae means ‘ I Love You ‘ in Korean and we bet after learning this, you’re going to use this term to comment on all of BTS’ pictures and videos, because, don’t well all love them!
How do you reply to Annyeong?
Smile, nod your head or say ‘ Annyeong haseyo ‘ in reply.
How do you say you’re welcome?
10 Ways to Say “You’re Welcome”
- You got it.
- Don’t mention it.
- No worries.
- Not a problem.
- My pleasure.
- It was nothing.
- I’m happy to help.
- Not at all.
What does Gomawo mean?
What is the meaning of 고마워 (gomawo)? Since this is an informal and less polite way of saying “ thank you ” in Korean, it’s similar to saying “thanks” in English.
What is WHO Korean?
Who in Korean – 누구 (nugu) If you want to know someone’s name or identity, you can ask “who” in Korean as 누구 (nugu).
What is considered rude in Korea?
In Korea this is seen as very important in terms of receiving and giving. Using one hand (especially if it’s with your left hand) is considered to be rude so try and get in a habit of always using both hands to give or receive things.
How do you apologize in Korean?
“Apology” and “Apologize” in Korean
- Formal (Please apologize) – 사과하세요. ( sa-gwa-ha-se-yo)
- Polite (Please apologize) – 사과해요. ( sa-gwa-he-yo)
- Casual (Apologize) – 사과해. ( sa-gwa-he)
What does Haseyo mean?
안녕하세요 (Annyeong Haseyo) – “Hello ” You use 하세요 (haseyo) to show a bit of extra respect. 하세요 comes from the verb 하다 (hada), which means “to do.” It’s a good phrase for almost all situations, especially if you’re unsure what level of formality to use.
What does Anyoung Haseyo mean?
Anyoung haseyo! Hello/Good morning/Good afternoon /Good evening.
What does Yeoboseyo mean?
This posting is from the blog ‘Organic Korean. When the phone rings, Koreans say “여보세요[yeoboseyo].” It is a Korean way of saying ‘Hello’ on the phone.