- 1 What does Juseyo mean?
- 2 What does Hamnida mean?
- 3 What is Ottoke?
- 4 How do you say tomorrow in Korean?
- 5 What is Dega in Korean?
- 6 What is Andwae in English?
- 7 What is Naneun?
- 8 What does Mianhaeyo mean?
- 9 What does Aish mean?
- 10 What does Kenchana mean?
- 11 What is pali pali in Korean?
- 12 What is WHO Korean?
- 13 What is your name in Korean?
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 does Hamnida mean?
In an informal context, Mian hamnida ( I’m sorry ) is just fine. 죄송합니다.
What is Ottoke?
Ottoke means ‘ what do I do?’ / ‘what should I do?’
How do you say tomorrow in Korean?
The basic way to say tomorrow, as in the day that comes after tomorrow, is using the word 내일 (naeil). 명일 (myeongil) means tomorrow with the same meaning as 내일 (naeil).
What is Dega in Korean?
dega” is translated often as ” I” and “uri” often as “we, ours, mine, my”.
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 is Naneun?
난(nan) abbreviated the word 나는(naneun) 나(na) means i/me. 는 (neun) is topic marker. 나는 means i’m / i am.
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 does Aish mean?
Aish is a sound Koreans make when annoyed or upset is what I’ve discovered.
What does Kenchana mean?
I am okay I am fine.
What is pali pali in Korean?
As from today, we found out that doing things quickly is a part of their culture and that there is even an expression ‘pali-pali’ which means ‘quickly ‘.
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 your name in Korean?
What is your name? 이름이 뭐에요? What is your name?