- 1 What is the meaning of Juseyo?
- 2 What does Chebal mean in Korean?
- 3 What is Andwae in English?
- 4 What does saranghae Juseyo mean?
- 5 What does Pangapsumnida mean?
- 6 How do you apologize in Korean?
- 7 What is Kyeopta?
- 8 What does Mianhae mean?
- 9 What is Weh in Korean?
- 10 What is JWO in Korean?
- 11 What is WHO Korean?
What is the meaning of Juseyo?
Juseyo (Joo-se-yo), Jebal – both words mean “ please ” but they are used in different situations. Juseyo is like your more common kind of please or if you are asking for something. For example, if you are eating at a restaurant and want more kimchi, you say, “Jogiyo (Excuse me), kimchi juseyo”.
What does Chebal mean in Korean?
chebal: it means ‘ please ‘ but not exactly. we koreans don’t say it frequently. we usually say only when you beg for something.
What is Andwae in English?
안돼 (andwae) is an objection to an action or a behavior meaning “ no, don’t do that ” or “you can’t do that”, as in you’re not allowed to do something.
What does saranghae Juseyo mean?
i love you so much.
What does Pangapsumnida mean?
In this Olympic season, they have been skating to the North Korean song “Pangapsumnida,” meaning “nice to meet you” in their exhibition program. They are the first skaters from North Korea to win a medal at an ISU competition.
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 is Kyeopta?
“Kyeopta” (originally pronounced “gwiyeopda”) means “ that’s cute,” and “bogoshipo” (“bogosipeo”) means “I miss you.” The words are often reflections of a specific facet of Korean culture that cannot be easily translated into English. Content relating to the terms abounds online.
What does Mianhae mean?
Informal ‘ I’m Sorry ‘ in Korean 1. 미안해 (mianhae)
What is Weh in Korean?
It is WAE and not WEH. Wae is why, and Weh is ‘ really ‘, in the most insulting way.
What is JWO in Korean?
줘 (jwo) comes from the verb 주다 means “to give” So when we say “말해” on it’s own like the phrase above, it’s understood to mean “tell me” however, when you add 줘 on the end of this phrase, it goes from being a command to asking the person. It’s like saying “ please tell me.”
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).