- 1 What does Chogiyo mean in Korean?
- 2 How do you say excuse me in Korean when passing someone?
- 3 How do you say excuse me politely?
- 4 How do you apologize in Korean?
- 5 What does Sumnida mean?
- 6 What does Juseyo mean?
- 7 What is Jamsimanyo Korean?
- 8 What is WHO Korean?
- 9 Is excuse moi rude?
- 10 What to say after excuse me?
- 11 What is Hamnida Korean?
- 12 What does Mianhaeyo mean?
- 13 What is Dongsaeng?
What does Chogiyo mean in Korean?
‘Hey’ or ‘excuse me ‘
How do you say excuse me in Korean when passing someone?
Standard ‘Excuse Me’ in Korean
- 잠깐만요 (jamkkanmanyo)
- 잠시만요 (jamsimanyo) These two words literally mean ‘wait a moment’ but are sometimes used to mean ‘excuse me’.
- 여기요 (yeogiyo)
- 저기요 (jeogiyo)
- Titles: 아저씨 (ajeossi) / 아줌마 (ajumma) / 이모 (imo) / 누나 (nuna) / 언니 (eonni) /사장님(sajangnim) etc.
How do you say excuse me politely?
So, “excuse me” or “ [s]cuse me.” Okay, let’s compare this with, “I’m sorry.” “I’m sorry” is better than “I am sorry.” “I am sorry” sounds very stiff and unnatural. “I’m sorry” or just “sorry.” So “I’m sorry” sounds a little bit more formal, a little bit more polite than just “sorry.”
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 Sumnida mean?
So 감사함니다 is ” Thank you, Sir “.
What does Juseyo mean?
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 is Jamsimanyo Korean?
잠시만요 is a little polite form of 잠시. It is used mainly for two purposes. First, in the way as ‘ excuse me ‘ when you want to get attention from someone, possibly a stranger, before saying or asking something. Second, in the way as ‘hold on please’ or ‘one moment please’ when you ask someone to wait a little.
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).
Is excuse moi rude?
It’s used by some people (and too many French people, even!) to say “Please excuse me”… But instead it actually means “ I’m granting myself forgiveness.” This is a common mistake, and also rude. So use “Excusez-moi” instead.
What to say after excuse me?
If someone says “excuse me” to get your attention, the response is ” I’m sorry, yes? ” or something to that effect. If they say “excuse me” because you are in their way, then the response is to move out of the way and say “I’m sorry” or “sorry”.
What is Hamnida Korean?
The word 감사 (gamsa) is a noun that means “gratitude” or “appreciation” in the Korean language. The 합니다 (hamnida) part means “to do”. You can use this phrase to express “thank you” in Korean in a restaurant, convenience store, or taxi.
What does Mianhaeyo mean?
(mianhaeyo.) is the least formal way to say “ I am sorry.” It’s not often used, but you will hear this expression a lot in Korean dramas. Just note that 미안해요. (mianhaeyo.) is another option for apologizing.
What is Dongsaeng?
What does dongsaeng (동생) mean? What if you are the older one? Then the other person is your 동생 (dongsaeng)! This term means both little sister and little brother, though if you want to put more emphasis on the gender of the 동생 (dongsaeng) you are talking about, you can add 여 (yeo) for girls and 남 (nam) for boys. 5