What is Annyeonghaseyo?

1. Annyeonghaseyo (안녕하세요) Let’s start with the basics of saying ‘hello’ and ‘thank you’ in Korean. Koreans greet each other by saying, ‘Annyeonghaseyo (안녕하세요)’. If the person you are greeting is younger, a simple ‘Annyeong (안녕)’ will do!

How do you greet someone in Korean?

How do you reply to Yeoboseyo?

“Hello” when answering the phone: 여보세요 (yeoboseyo) “Good morning”: 좋은아침이에요 (joeun achimieyo) “Long time no see” (polite): 오랜만이에요 (oraenmanieyo)

How do you say namaste in Korean?

What does Yeoboseyo mean?

[yeoboseyo]” It is a Korean way of saying ‘Hello’ on the phone. The meaning of 여보세요 [yeoboseyo]

What does onion haseo mean?

It’s the most common polite way to say hello. It can sometimes be used to say goodbye as well! However, “annyeong-haseois the romanization and isn’t actually the proper way to write the words!

What is saranghae?

Saranghae (사랑해) is the informal version, to be used to people close to you, people the same age as you, or people younger than you.

How do u say goodnight in Korean?

What does Chonun mean in Korean?

You are saying about 저는(jeoneun) which can be pronounced as ‘chonun‘ by English speakers. 저(jeo) is a humble form of 나(na) which means “I” in english.

What is Naega?

naega means like i am, i will.

What is Naneun?

난(nan) abbreviated the word 나는(naneun) 나(na) means i/me.

What is Imnida Korean?

imnida 입니다 = “it is” (declarative) is a statement and would normally be used when answering questions or stating a fact.

What is Isseoyo Korean?

It means to exist, have, there is, there are, or to be in some place or doing something. Example: I am learning Korean. = 한국어 배우고 있어요 (hangukeo baeugo isseoyo)