Here are Korean Words with there English translations

@Zelmarq (11328)
Philippines
January 30, 2008 7:46am CST
English ??? (Korean) Welcome ????? (hwangyong-hamnida) Hello ????? (annyeonghaseyo) - frm, ?? (annyeong) - inf ???? (yeoboseyo) - on phone How are you? I'm fine, thanks. ??? ???? (eotteohke jinaeseyo?) ??????? (annyeong hasimnikka?) ???? (jaljinaeyo) Long time no see ????? (o-ren-man-i- da) What's your name? My name is ... ??? ??? ?????? (dangshin-ui ireum-eun mu-eot-imnida) ? ??? ... ??? (je ireum-eun ... imnida) Where are you from? I'm from ... ??? ????? (Eodiseo osyeosseoyo) ?? ... ?? ??? (Jeoneun ... eseo wasseuyo) Pleased to meet you ??? ????? (Mannaseo bangapseumnida) [frm polite] ??? ???? (Mannaseo bangawoyo) [inf polite] Good morning/ afternoon/evening ?????? (annyeong hashimnikka) Good night ??? ????? (annyonghi jumushipsiyo) ? ???? (frm) ?? (inf) Goodbye ?? (annyeong) ??? ??? (annyeonghi gyeseyo) - you are leaving ??? ??? (annyeonghi gaseyo) - you are staying Good luck ??! (haeng un) Cheers/Good health! ?? [??] (geonbae) lit. "dry glass", ??? (wihayeo) Bon appetit ? ????? (jal meokkesseumnida) - before a meal ? ????? (jal meogeosseumnida) - after a meal Bon voyage ???????! I don't understand ?????? (moreugesseumnida) Please speak more slowly ??? ??? ??? (Cheoncheonhi malssuemhae jeseyo) Please write it down ?? ???! (Cheogeo jeseyo!) Do you speak Korean? Yes, a little ??? ?? ? ???? (hangukmal hasil jul aseyo?) - frm ??? ? ? ??? (hangukmal hal jul ani?) - inf ?, ??? (yae, jogeumyo) - frm ?, ?? (eung, jogeum) - inf Excuse me ???????! (shillehagessumnida) How much is this? ?? ????? (ige eolmayeyo?) Sorry ?????! (mianhamnida) Thank you Response (You're welcome) ????? (kamsahamnida) - formal ????? (komapsumnida) - less formal ???? (jeonmanhaeyo) Where's the toilet? ???? ????? (hwajangsiri eodiyeyo) I love you ??? (sarang hae) How do you say ... in Korean? ... ? ??? ? ??? ???? (... reul hangukmal-lo eotteoh-ge maraeyo?) Leave me alone! ?? ??? ????! (honja naebeoryeo dushipshio) Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year ?? ????? ?? ? ?? ? ??? (meli kliseumaseu saehae pog manhi pateuseyo) Happy Easter ??? ???? ??? (haengpoghan puhwarcheori toesikir) Happy Birthday ??????? (saengil chukha hamnida) My hovercraft is full of eels ? ?????? ? ??? ?? ? ??? (Nae hoebuhkeurapeuteuneun changuhro kadeuk cha itseyo)
7 responses
@Lakota12 (42794)
• United States
31 Jan 08
wow I cant even pronouns the words lol I do think if ya heard me tring you would laugh for I have a southern accent and the pronouncing would come out way funny. As my brother laughs at me when I say a few spanish words .
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@Zelmarq (11328)
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
LOL, i have my tongue all twisted up and down and its weird to listen to myself while I was practicing these words. Spanish is a very elegant language and i also want to learn that too, it does need a great mastery of their diction coz its a lot difficult, its funny to listen to spanish if its not properly said.
@Lakota12 (42794)
• United States
1 Feb 08
my brother does agree with you lol.
@squaretile (3835)
• Singapore
31 Jan 08
wow you are a real korean fan, zelmarq! thanks for sharing this. i already knew how to say hello and thank you but this is much musch more. i can't believe you even included "my hovercraft is full of eels' now that's a hilarious one. wonder why i would need to say it. have you been to korea? being such a fan of their drama seriels i think you would be thrilled to go there. i have been there, and of course not everyone looks like a serial actor. just like how not all americans looks like hollywood actors. hahaha!
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@Zelmarq (11328)
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
I envy you, with all my watching escapades with korean dramas, I guess in have fallen in love with their place, their culture and with their people as well, maybe the food is another story coz im not a spicy food lover. I wanted to go there but its only a dream, i dont know if ever i will be able to reach that dream.
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
Wow! Thank you for sharing these words. I have several Korean students in college so I really appreciate that you posted something like this. I could practice... =)
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@Zelmarq (11328)
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
Wow im glad that i was able to help you through this discussion, when i tried using it i sound weird and my friends laugh at me.
@whyaskq (7553)
• Singapore
30 Jan 08
Hmmm... so not only are you addicted to Korea dramas, you are now learning the Korean language.... Guess this is a good example of how dramas can really encourage one to learn a new language :P. Keep it up :)
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@Zelmarq (11328)
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
Yup yup, you have noticed this addiction tha I am expereincing now and I just hope it wont go over board like eating Korean stuff.LOL I know I am not going there they eat really hot and spicy food.
@mummymo (23710)
30 Jan 08
Thanks for this post Zelmarq - I love to know how to say things in different languages and find it very intriguing. Loved the 'my hovercraft is full of eels' one - not quite sure if I ever got the chance to speak some Korean how I would slip this into the conversation though .........
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@Zelmarq (11328)
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
Hmmmmmmmm. Its great that I have found this words with korean translations, we have lots of korean people here in our city and its like they are flooding all over the place specially in tourist spots.
@goodsign (2287)
• Malaysia
30 Jan 08
Kamsahammida, Zelmarq. Sarang Hae !!!!!
@Zelmarq (11328)
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
Wow its good that you have applied the words here and using it.LOL Take care and happy mylotting.
@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
30 Jan 08
Thanks for the translations though I doubt I will be going to Korea anytime soon and the chance to use these korean words to help me when I'm there
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@Zelmarq (11328)
• Philippines
31 Jan 08
Its good that we learn these words coz we dont know we could go there and these words could help us somehow.