Some words without Hangul, because I did not find it.
안녕하세요 (Anyeaseio) - Hello
안녕 (Anyon) - hello
안녕히 주무 세요 (anyogiichumuseyo) - good night
wasso? (vasso?) - come? oh you here
어머니, 엄마 (Omma, omoni) - Mom
아버지, 아빠 (Appa, Aboji) - Father
Hyon (Hyun) - Big Brother (for guys)
Oppa (Oppa) - Older brother, guy (for girls)
누나 (Nuna) - older sister (for guys)
언니 (Onni) - older sister (for girls)
할아버지 (Haraboji) - grandfather
할머니 (Halmoni) - grandmother
아저씨 (Ajossi) - uncle
아줌마 (Ajumma) - aunt
banura (banura) - wife
남자 (namcha) - man
여자 (ёcha) - woman
소녀 (sonyo) - girl
소년 (sleepyhead) - boy
난 (nan) - me
우리 (Uri) - we
당신, 나 (tanschin but) - you
오늘 (onyl) - today
얼마나 (olman) - how much
어디에 (Odi) - where
왜? (Ve) - why, why
togi (t'ogi) - there
이것 (yoke) is
아파 (appa) - it hurts
갑자기 (Kapchagi) - suddenly
뭐 (mo) - what
누구 (nougat) - who,
누구 에요? (nuguseyo?) - Who is it?
정말? 진짜 (jongmal? Jincha?) - really, really?
괜찮아? (Kenchan) - is everything all right?
떻게? (outflow) - what to do?
무슨 일 이 (musuniryu) - what happened?
죽을 래? (chugulle?) - do you want death?
말해봐 (mareba) - tell me
제발! (check) - please
어떻게 알아? (outflow of arasso?) - how do you know? how did you find out?
보이지? (bacci) - see?
뭐하는 거야? (Moanyngoa) - what are you doing ?!
기억 안 나? (Kyo Anna?) - Don’t you remember?
예 (Dae her) - Yes
kure (kyre) - right, exactly
kronikka (kyronikka) - of course
알아 (macaw) - I know
krokke (croc) - I see
알 겠어요 (agessoyo) - I see
좋아 (chua) - good
The standard greeting in Korean is “Anyon Haseyo,” but there are several options that can be used in formal or everyday communication. There are also a few additional greetings that can be used depending on the circumstances. Here is a short list of Korean greetings that may be useful to you.
Method 1 of 2: Option One: Standard Hello
Use "anion" in a circle of friends. This is the most everyday translation of the word "hello."
Use this greeting with friends and relatives who are younger or the same age as you. This is an informal way of greeting, and you can use it with people with whom you are in fairly close relationships.
Avoid using this expression when communicating with people who are authoritative for you, such as an instructor, a guard, or an older person. Also do not use it with strangers.
This greeting can also be translated as "hello."
The word anion can be represented using the Korean Hangul alphabet: 안녕.
In colloquial speech, annyon is sometimes pronounced "an-yo."
Use "Anion Haseio" in most cases. This expression is the most common greeting and can be used in communication with most of your friends.
You can use Anyon Haseyo with both friends and the elderly. This is the most formal way of greeting, but at the same time a polite version of the word “hello”, which makes this expression the most suitable for all everyday situations.
In Korean, there are no separate variants of the phrases “good afternoon” or “good evening”. There is the expression "good morning", but it is rarely used. Instead, at any time of the day, Anion Haseio is most often used.
This greeting can also be regarded as "hello" or "hello."
This expression can be represented using the Korean Hangul alphabet: 안녕하세요.
Say this greeting as “an-yo ha-se-yo”.
Use the "Hashimnik annyon" if you need to show respect. Use this greeting in situations where you want to express the deepest form of sincerity and respect.
Being a formal greeting, this expression is rarely used among friends and a relative in daily communication. The reason for its use may be the arrival of an extremely important and respected guest. You can also greet your beloved and loved ones that you have not seen for a long time to express more emotional tone.
As is the case with the expression anion haseyo, the meaning of anion hasimnik is close to the greeting "hello."
Hashimnik’s anion can be represented with the help of a hangeul: 안녕하십니까.
In colloquial speech, this expression is pronounced "an-yo hasim-ni-ka."
Greetings in Korean
Koreans always pay great attention to the first impression a new acquaintance makes. In Korean culture, politeness and age hierarchy play a huge role. You as a foreigner should not pay attention to the features of the age hierarchy (at least at first). Being polite is the main task! Korean words and phrases can be divided into official and colloquial, depending on the status of the interlocutor and your relationship. Spoken expressions are recommended to be used with close friends, but official ones are suitable for any occasion.
Hello! - 안녕하세요! - annen'haseyo!
Good day! - 안녕하십니까! - Annenhashchimnikka!
Good night. - 잘 자요. - chal jayo
Hello! - 안녕! - annen '!
How are you doing? - 잘 지냈어 요? - chal ginssoyo?
How are you doing? - 어떻게 지내 십니까? - outflow of genitals?
My name is ___. - 저는 ___ 이에요 / 에요. - jeongun ___ ye / her
Nice to meet you. - 만나서 반가워요. - mannaso pangauoyo
Goodbye. - 안녕히 계세요. - Announcements of Keseyo (if you leave, but the interlocutor remains)
Until! - 안녕! - annen '!
Remember: in addition to the translation, Korean phrases with transcription are given. During the pronunciation, try to forget about the harshness inherent in the Russian language, and pronounce all the letters softer than usual.
Useful Korean phrases and words for communication
I do not understand. - 나 몰 에 개 습니다. - on muregesymnida.
Do you speak Russian? - 러시 어 말아요? - groshio marayo?
I do not speak the name of the language_. - 저는 ___ 말 못해요. - jonggyun ___ mal moteyo
Please (request). - 제발. - cebal
Please (responding to thanks). - 괸 자나요 - kuenchanay
Thank. - 감사 합니다. - kamsahamnida
Thank you - 고맙습니다. - coumapsymnida
Excuse me. - 죄송 합니다. - chueson'hamnida
Where can I find the toilet? - 화장실 이 어디에 는데? - Hwajan'shiri odienyende?
What time is it? - 지금 몇시 입니까? —What's the fucking little thing?
I'm sick / something hurts me. - 나 아파요. - on apayo
Now. - 지금. - chigym
Earlier. - 후에. - hue
Morning. - 아침. - ajim
Looking for a way to book a room in South Korea? Choose between a famous tourist destination in the city center and an institution in a traditional national style? Korean phrases for communicating with hotel staff will help you with this.
I need to book a room. - 내가 보유 해야. - nega puyheya
I would like to reserve a hotel room. - 내가 예약 하고 싶은데요. - nega yeyakhago schipyndei.
Do you have spare rooms? - 방 있습니까? - ban 'Issymnik?
How much is a single / double room? - 한 사람 / 두 사람당 방이 얼마 입니까? - Khan Saram / Tu Saramdan 'Ban'gi Olmaimnikka?
Is there a ___ in the room? - 그 방 에는 ___ 이 있습니까? - gee ban'genyn ___ and Issymnikka?
. sheets? -. 침대보 / 침대 시트? - chimdebo / chimde shieldha?
. bathroom? -. 화장실? - huajan'gshchil?
. phone? -. 전화기? - jonghwags?
. television? -. 티비? - thibi?
I want a room with a bath. - 목욕 과 방. - mog'guga ban
I made a room reservation with you. - 네 방 에 지시. - ne ban'ge jischi
Can I see the number first? - 방 을 먼저 봐도 되겠습니까? - ban'gul monjo buado duessessnik?
You have a number. -. 방 있습니까? - Ban'g Issymnik?
. be quiet? - 더 조용한. - to choyon'ghan
. more? - 더 큰. - to khyn
. cleaner? - 더 깨끗한. - to kkekkyttan
. cheaper? - 더 싼. - to pissing
OK, I'll take this number. - 좋습니다, 그것 으로 하겠습니다. - chosymnida, kygosyro hagessymnida.
I will stay on ___ nights. - ___ 밤 묵 겠습니다. - ___ bam mukghessymnida.
Accept the order. - 주문 을 받아. - plague gang
Tip. - 도움말. - dummal
I would like to repay the bill. - 그 법안 에 지불 하고자 하는. - gee pobane jipulhagochzhahanyn
Passport. - 여권. - yoguon
Room / room. - 방. - ban '
Please clean my room. - 방 을 청소 해 주십시오. - ban'gyl cheon'soha chushchitschio.
We go shopping
South Korea is world famous for its shopping and affordable prices. For pleasant walks in local shops, not clouded by the language barrier, we have prepared the following Korean phrases:
How much is? - 얼마나 요? - olmanay?
Do you have this thing of my size? - 이것 으로 제 사이즈 와 맞는 것 있습니까? - Igosiro che saijyua ma'nyn goth Issymnikka?
It's too expensive. - 너무 비쌉니다. - nomu pismamnida
Expensive. - 비싼. - pissan
Cheap. - 싼. - pissing
I can not afford it. - 그것을 살 여유 가 없습니다. - Kygshol sal yoyuga opssymnida
You seem to be fooling me. - 속이지 마세요. - sogiji maseyo
OK, I'll take it. - 좋습니다, 사 겠습니다. - chosymnida, sagessymnida
May I have a package? - 가방 을 살 수 있습니까? - boar'gil sal su Issymnikka?
Do you have delivery? - 발송 합니까? - palson'hamnikka?
I need . - 저는. 이 필요 합니다 - cheong and phirehamnida
. Toothpaste. -. 치약. - chiyak
. Toothbrush. -. 칫솔. - chissol
. tampons. -. 탐폰. - thaphon
. soap. -. 비누. - binu
. shampoo. -. 샴푸. - shamphu
. painkiller. -. 진통제. - chinthong'jae
. razor. -. 면도기. - honey
. umbrella. -. 우산 - usan.
. batteries. -. 건전지 - honchongji
When do you close? - 언제 닫 습니까? - onje tadsymnikka?
Do you accept credit cards? - 신용 카드 받으 십니까? - chinen 'khada padyshimnikka?
Having lunch in a restaurant and cafe
South Korea has rich traditional cuisine based on spicy foods and a wide variety of meats. Koreans love not only to eat a lot, but also talk a lot about food. Using the following Korean words and phrases, you can easily order lunch at any local restaurant or cafe:
A table for one / two, please. - 한 사람 / 두 사람 테이블 부탁 합니다. - khan saram / tu saram taeibyl putkhakamnida.
Can I have a look at the menu, please? - 메뉴 를 봐도 되겠습니까? - Manyuril buado duekessymnikka?
I am a vegetarian. - 저는 채식주의 자 입니다. - jongn cheshchikjuyichaimnida
I do not eat pork. - 저는 돼지 고기 를 먹지 않습니다. - jeong duejigogyril mokji ansymnid
I do not eat beef. - 저는 소고기 를 먹지 않습니다. - Jonggyun Sogogyril Mokji Ansymnid
Dish at a fixed price. - 정가 음식. - jong'ga driver
Breakfast. - 아침 식사. - achchim schiksa
Lunch. - 점심 식사. - by Shchixa
Dinner. - 저녁 식사. - little little schicks
I want to ___. - 저는 ___ 을 원합니다. - jonggyun ___ l wonhamnid
Beef. - 소고기. - Sogogi
Pork. - 돼지 고기. - duetigigogi
Ham. - 햄. - ham
Bacon. - 베이컨 / 삼겹살. - Beykhon / Samgyoopsal
Sausage. - 소세지. - sozaji
Hen. - 닭고기 / 치킨. - Talgogi / Chikhin
The eggs. - 달걀 / 계란. - thalgyal / kieran
Seafood. - 해물. - hamul
A fish. - 생선. Sen'son
Shrimp. - 새우. - ceu
Crab meat. - 게살. - quesal
Milk products. - 유제품. - Yujephum
Cream. - 크림. - khyrim
Cheese. - 치즈. - chzhiji
Butter. - 버터. - botho
Yogurt. - 요구르트. - Yogurytha
Bouillon. - 국물. —Cumulum
(Fresh vegetables. - (신선한) 야채. - (shinsonhan) yache
(Fresh fruits. - (신선한) 과일. - (shinsonhan) guanil
Salad. - 샐러드. - Sellods
Noodles. - 국수. - kugsu
May I have a glass ___? - ___ 한 잔 주 시겠습니까? - Khan jan dzhushchigessymnika?
May I have a ___ cup? - ___ 한 컵 주 시겠습니까? - Khan Khop Dzhushchigessymnikka?
May I have a ___ bottle? - ___ 한 병 주 시겠습니까? - Khan Byung 'dzhuschigessymnikka?
Coffee. - 커피 - Khopi
Beer. - 맥주. - mackju
Red / white wine. - 레드 / 화이트 와인. - reads / waitha uain
May I ___? - ___ 을 / 를 좀 주 시겠습니까? - ___ eh / snout chom dzhushchigessymnikka?
Salt. - 소금. - bent
Black pepper. - 후추. - huchu
Sauce. - 양념 / 소스. - yan'nyam / suck
Excuse me, waiter? - 여기 요? - yogiyo?
I have finished. - 다 먹었 습니다. - yes mokossymnida
It was very tasty. - 맛 있었습니다. - maschissossymnid
Please take the plates. - 접시 를 치워 주십시오. - chomyuzhiral chiuozhushchschio
The check, please! - 계산서 부탁 합니다. —Kyesanso Putkhakamnida
Drinking at the bar
Remember we talked about what Koreans like to eat? They like to drink even more! Surely you have ever heard of soju, a Korean traditional alcoholic beverage that resembles Russian vodka, but with a lower percentage of ethyl alcohol. In addition to soju, in bars and shops you can always find the most varied drinks and, most importantly, cheap at a price.
Do you serve alcohol? - 술 팝 니까? - Sul Phabnikka?
Beer / two beers, please. - 맥주 한 / 두 병 부탁 합니다. - mekju han / tu beng 'putkhakamnida
A glass of red / white wine, please. - 적 / 백 포도주 한 잔 부탁 합니다. - chok / back phodoju han jan putkhakamnida
One bottle please. - 한 병 부탁 합니다. - Khan Byun 'Putkhakamnida
Soju. - 소주. - soju
Whiskey. - 위스키 - uiskhi
Vodka. - 보드카. - bodykha
Cola - 콜라. - kholla
Do you have any snacks? - 안주 있습니까? - Aju Issymnikka?
One more, please. - 한 개 더 부탁 합니다. - Han Ge Do Putkhakamnida
Romantic words and phrases about love.
As a bonus to the expressions already stated, we have prepared beautiful phrases in Korean that will help to express our feelings in the most romantic moments of the trip.
Nice. - 예쁘다. - eppyda
A couple. - 연인. - young
Dear / dear. - 여보. - fuck
Girl (paired). - 여자 친구. - yojaching
Boyfriend (paired). - 남자 친구. - namjaching
Date. - 데이트. - deity
Blind date. - 미팅. - mitkhin '
Engagement. - 약혼. - yakgon
Wedding. - 결혼. - koron
This is love at first sight. - 우린 서로 첫눈 에 반 했어요. - urin soro cheonune banessoyo
You will be a my girlfriend? - 내 여자 친구 가 되어 줄래? - ne yojachinguga duojulle?
Will you be my boyfriend? - 내 남자 친구 가 되어 줄래? - ne namjachinguga duojulle?
Will you go on a date with me? - 나랑 사귈 래요? - Naran 'saguillaeo?
I love you. - 사랑 합니다 - saran'hamnida
You drive Me crazy. - 당신 에게 반 했습니다. - tan'schinege banessymnida
Will you marry me? - 저랑 결혼 해 주세요? - Choran 'korone juseyo?
Do not be afraid to use a foreign language. Koreans will appreciate your efforts
In South Korea, tourists are always welcome, especially those who are trying to learn more about Korean culture. If you try to speak with local residents using the above Korean phrases, then this will certainly raise you in the eyes of others.
By the way, a little advice: try to use as few gestures as possible, since in Asian countries they often have a completely different meaning.