- 1 What does Chogiyo mean in Korean?
- 2 How do you say excuse me in Korean when passing someone?
- 3 What is pardon me in Korean?
- 4 What does Juseyo mean?
- 5 Is Aish a bad word in Korean?
- 6 What does Hamnida mean in Korean?
- 7 How do you say I’m sorry in Korean?
- 8 What is Jamsimanyo Korean?
- 9 What is WHO Korean?
- 10 How do you say my name is informal in Korean?
- 11 Can you please shut up in Korean?
- 12 How do I call a waiter in Korea?
- 13 What are the basic words in Korean?
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.
What is pardon me in Korean?
Pardon me [example] 실례합니다 [ex.] me (also: excuse me)
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”.
Is Aish a bad word in Korean?
Aish is just a interjection that express irritation. It is rude when you say it in front of the elder. Plus it sounds simmilar to sibal(curse, youth use it a lot but it is unacceptable when you say it to someone). Koreans say curse much.
What does Hamnida mean in Korean?
From the root word 하다 hada which means ‘ do ‘ So 합니다 hamnida is formal form of hada
How do you say I’m sorry in Korean?
Formal “I’m Sorry” in Korean
- 죄송합니다 (joesonghamnida)
- 미안합니다 (mianhamnida)
- 죄송해요 (joesonghaeyo)
- 미안해요 (mianhaeyo)
- 미안해 (mianhae)
- 잠시만요 (jamsimanyo)
- 실례합니다 (sillyehamnida)
What is Jamsimanyo Korean?
Jamsimanyo and Jamkkanmanyo are terms for “ Excuse me ” but they literally mean, “wait a moment please”.
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).
How do you say my name is informal in Korean?
내 이름은 (name)이에요/예요. (nae i-reum-eun [name]-i-ye-yo) Here, we see the structure is the same, the only difference is the politeness of a few words. In the beginning, we see ‘내’ which is a casual way of saying ‘My’ in Korean.
Can you please shut up in Korean?
입 닥쳐 (ip dakchyeo) 입 (ip) means ‘mouth’ while 닥쳐 (dakchyeo) simply means ‘shut up’ or ‘keeping one’s mouth shut’.
How do I call a waiter in Korea?
You can say “웨이터 (weiteo)” which means “waiter” in Korean, but it sounds more formal and polite, if you just say 종업원 (jongeobwon) which means something like a “staff” in Korean.
What are the basic words in Korean?
Basic Korean Words And Phrases
- 네 (ne) / 예 (ye) = yes.
- 아니오 (a-ni-yo) = no.
- 괜찮아요 (gwaen-chan-a-yo) = ok.
- 안녕하세요 (an-nyeong-ha-se-yo) = hello.
- 주세요 (ju-se-yo) = please.
- 감사합니다 (gam-sa-ham-ni-da) / 고마워요 (go-ma-woy-o) = thank you.
- 천만에요 (cheon-man-e-yo) = you’re welcome.
- 실례합니다 (sill-ye-ham-ni-da) = excuse me.