How Do You Say This in Korean? – List of Questions

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How do you say “I’m kidding.” in Korean?
= 농담이에요.

How do you say “left-handed”, “right-handed” and “ambidextrous”?
= 왼손잡이, 오른손잡이, 양손잡이

How do you say “I’m so tired.”?
= 피곤해요.

How do you say “I speak English.” and “I don’t speak English.”?
= 저는 영어 할 줄 알아요. / 저는 영어 할 줄 몰라요.

How do you say “I love Big Bang.” in Korean?
= 저는 빅뱅 정말 좋아해요.

How do you say “I’m sorry.” in Korean?
= 죄송합니다.

How do you say “I love you.” in Korean?
= 사랑해요.

How do you say “I miss you.” in Korean?
= 보고 싶어요.

How do you say “Yesterday, before you slept, did you study?” in Korean?
= 어제 자기 전에 공부했어요?

How do you say “Salamat malam” in Korean?
= 안녕하세요. / 안녕히 주무세요.

How do you say “when I was younger” or “when I was a little girl” in Korean?
= 제가 어렸을 때

How do you say “I am (persons name) son” or “I am the son of…” in Korean?
= It is more natural to simply say, ‘My father’s/mother’s name is [ ],’ ‘저희 아버지/어머니 성함은 [ ]예요.’

How do you say “Air traffic controller” in Korean?
= 항공 교통 관제사

How do you say “Good luck in your match today.” in Korean?
= 오늘 경기/시합 잘하세요.

How do you say “I’m mixed.” or “I’m from many countries.” in Korean?
= It is more natural to say, ‘My father/mother/grandfather/grandmother is from [ ],’ ‘저희 아버지/어머니/할아버지/할머니는 [ ] 사람이에요.’

How do you say “actually” in Korean?
= 사실(은)

How do you say “How do you say (__any word__) in Korean?” in Korean?

= (__any word__)이/가 한국어로 뭐예요? / (__any sentence__)은/는 한국어로 어떻게 말해요?

How do you say “How old are you?” in Korean?
= 나이가 어떻게 되세요? / 너 몇 살이야?

How do you say “I don’t understand.” in Korean?
= 이해가 안 돼요. / 무슨 말인지 모르겠어요.

How do you say “Guess what!” in Korean?
= 있잖아(요). / 맞혀 봐.

How do you say “Have a great weekend, athletes.” in Korean?
= 선수들, 주말 잘 보내세요.

How do you say “I listened to Sung Si Kyung. I really like his music.” in Korean?
= (저는) 성시경 노래 들었어요. (저는) 성시경 노래 정말 좋아해요.

How do you say “I am so nervous.” in Korean?
= 너무 긴장돼요. / 너무 떨려요.

How do you say “15 February 2013” in Korean?
= 이천십삼년 이월 십오일

How do you say “Thank you for teaching us.” in Korean?
= 가르쳐 주셔서 감사합니다.

How do you say “What are you doing?” in Korean?
= 뭐 하고 있어(요)? / 뭐 해?

How do you say “I love my brother-in-law.” in Korean?
= 저는 우리 형부를 사랑해요. / 저는 우리 제부를 사랑해요.

How do you say “Is where you live far from Seoul?” in Korean?
= 사는 곳이 서울에서 멀어요? / 사는 데가 서울에서 멀어요?

How do you say “Speaking of…” in Korean?
= … 얘기가 나와서 말인데 / 말이 나와서 말인데

How do you say “This is my family/mother/father/brother etc.” in Korean?
= 저희 (__any kinship term__)이에요/예요.

How do you say “How are you?” in Korean?
= 잘 지냈어(요)?

How do you say “I need my coffee fix.” in Korean?
= 커피가 필요해(요).

How do you say “What is your name?” in Korean?
= 이름이 뭐예요? / 이름이 뭐야?
[i-reu-mi mwo-ye-yo?] [i-reu-mi mwo-ya?]

How do you say “How was your weekend?” in Korean?
= 주말 잘 보냈어요?
[ju-mal jal bo-nae-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “I have to go now.” in Korean?
= 저 지금 가야 돼요.
[jeo ji-geum ga-ya dwae-yo.]

How do you say “I’m late. I missed the plane/my flight.” in Korean?
= 늦었어요. 비행기를 놓쳤어요.
[neu-jeo-sseo-yo. bi-haeng-gi-reul not-chyeo-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “I have come to register for TOPIK. I’d like to be fluent in Korean someday.” in Korean?
= TOPIK 시험 신청하러 왔어요. 언젠가는 한국어 잘하고 싶어요.
[TOPIK si-heom sin-cheong-ha-reo wa-sseo-yo. eon-jen-ga-neun han-gu-geo ja-ra-go si-peo-yo.]

How do you say “I’m addicted to Korean dramas.” in Korean?
= 한국 드라마에 중독됐어요.
[han-guk deu-ra-ma-e jung-dok-dwae-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “I did nothing wrong. This is all your fault!” in Korean?
= 나는 잘못한 게 (하나도) 없어. [na-neun jal-mo-tan ge (ha-na-do) eop-sseo.]
이게 다 너 때문이야. / 이건 다 네 잘못이야.
[i-ge da neo ttae-mu-ni-ya. / [i-geon da ne jal-mo-si-ya.]

How do you say “Do you speak English?” in Korean?
= 영어 할 줄 알아요?
[yeong-eo hal jul a-ra-yo?]

How do you say “I want to learn the Korean language.” in Korean?
= (저는) 한국어 배우고 싶어요.
[(jeo-neun) han-gu-geo bae-u-go si-peo-yo.]

How do you say “Hello. Nice to meet you!” in Korean?
= 안녕하세요. 만나서 반가워요!
[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo. man-na-seo ban-ga-wo-yo!]

How do you say “I’m busy.” in Korean?
= 바빠요. [ba-ppa-yo.]

How do you say “わかりました。” in Korean?
= 알겠습니다. / 알겠어요.
[al-ge-sseum-ni-da.] / [al-ge-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “I want to go to Korea.” in Korean?
= 한국에 가고 싶어요.
[han-gu-ge ga-go si-peo-yo.]

How do you say “The weather today is very cold. The weather today is so hot.” in Korean?
= 오늘 날씨 정말/너무 추워요. 오늘 날씨 정말/너무 더워요.
[o-neul nal-ssi jeong-mal/neo-mu chu-wo-yo. o-neul nal-ssi jeong-mal/neo-mu deo-wo-yo.]

How do you say “I’m addicted to Korean dramas.” in Korean?
= 한국 드라마에 중독됐어요.
[han-guk deu-ra-ma-e jung-dok-dwae-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “I did nothing wrong. This is all your fault!” in Korean?
= 나는 잘못한 게 (하나도) 없어. [na-neun jal-mo-tan ge (ha-na-do) eop-sseo.]
이게 다 너 때문이야. / 이건 다 네 잘못이야.
[i-ge da neo ttae-mu-ni-ya. / [i-geon da ne jal-mo-si-ya.]

How do you say “Do you speak English?” in Korean?
= 영어 할 줄 알아요?
[yeong-eo hal jul a-ra-yo?]

How do you say “I want to learn the Korean language.” in Korean?
= (저는) 한국어 배우고 싶어요.
[(jeo-neun) han-gu-geo bae-u-go si-peo-yo.]

How do you say “Hello. Nice to meet you!” in Korean?
= 안녕하세요. 만나서 반가워요!
[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo. man-na-seo ban-ga-wo-yo!]

How do you say “I’m busy.” in Korean?
= 바빠요. [ba-ppa-yo.]

How do you say “わかりました。” in Korean?
= 알겠습니다. / 알겠어요.
[al-ge-sseum-ni-da.] / [al-ge-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “I want to go to Korea.” in Korean?
= 한국에 가고 싶어요.
[han-gu-ge ga-go si-peo-yo.]

How do you say “The weather today is very cold. The weather today is so hot.” in Korean?
= 오늘 날씨 정말/너무 추워요. 오늘 날씨 정말/너무 더워요.
[o-neul nal-ssi jeong-mal/neo-mu chu-wo-yo. o-neul nal-ssi jeong-mal/neo-mu deo-wo-yo.]

How do you say “Maybe.” in Korean?
= 아마 / 아마도
[a-ma] / [a-ma-do]

How do you say “I like you.” in Korean?
= 나(는) 너(를) 좋아해. / 나는 네가 좋아.
[na-(neun) neo-(reul) jo-a-hae.] / [na-neun ne-ga jo-a.]

How do you say “Good morning!” in Korean?
= 안녕하세요! / 안녕! / 좋은 아침!
[an-nyeong-ha-se-yo!] / [an-nyeong!] / [jo-eun a-chim!]

How do you say “Take care.” and “Have a nice trip!” in Korean?
= 안녕. [an-nyeong] / 잘 가. [jal ga.]
여행 잘 갔다 와.
[yeo-haeng jal gat-da wa.]

How do you say “Where in Korea are you from?” in Korean?
= 한국 어디에서 왔어요?
[han-guk eo-di-e-seo wa-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “You’re the best.” in Korean?
= 네가 최고야.
[ne-ga choe-go-ya.]

How do you say “I will have my midnight snack before sleeping.” in Korean?
= 자기 전에 야식 먹을 거예요.
[ja-gi jeo-ne ya-sik meo-geul geo-ye-yo.]

How do you say “I can’t eat yet. My mum is angry because I didn’t help her cooking.” in Korean?
= 아직 못 먹어요. 요리할 때 안 도와줘서 엄마가 화났어요.
[a-jik mot meo-geo-yo. yo-ri-hal ttae an do-wa-jwo-seo eom-ma-ga hwa-na-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “Honey! I’m home!” in Korean?
= 자기/자기야, 나 왔어!
[ja-gi/ja-gi-ya, na wa-sseo!]

How do you say “Do not hesitate and do [smth] it.”in Korean?
= 망설이지/주저하지 말고 하세요.
[mang-seo-ri-ji/ju-jeo-ha-ji mal-go ha-se-yo.]

How do you say “When will you graduate?” in Korean?
= 졸업 언제 할 거예요? / 졸업 언제 해요?
[jo-reop eon-je gal geo-ye-yo?] / [jo-reop eon-je hae-yo?]

How do you say “to take away” (for food) in Korean?
= 포장하다
[po-jang-ha-da]

How do you say “How is this word pronounced?” in Korean?
= 이 단어는 어떻게 발음해요?
[i da-neo-neun eo-tteo-ke ba-reu-mae-yo?]

How do you say “I’m better than you.” in Korean?
= 내가 너보다 나아.
[nae-ga neo-bo-da na-a.]

How do you say “My mom is my best friend.” in Korean?
= 저희 엄마는 제 가장 친한 친구예요.
[jeo-hui eom-ma-neun je ga-jang chi-nan chin-gu-ye-yo.]

How do you say “It’s not 6 o’clock yet.”in Korean?
= 아직 여섯 시 안 됐어요.
[a-jik yeo-seot si an dwae-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “Do you mind if I speak in English?” in Korean?
= 영어로 말해도 될까요?
[yeong-eo-ro ma-rae-do doel-kka-yo?]

How do you say “Would you like to grab a bite or have a meal?” in Korean?
= 밥 먹을래? [bap meo-geul-lae?] (informal)
식사하시겠어요? [sik-sa-ha-si-ge-sseo-yo?] (formal)

How do you say “What are you talking about?” in Korean?
= 무슨 말하는 거야? / 무슨 얘기하는 거야?
[mu-seun ma-ra-neun geo-ya?] / [mu-seun yae-gi-ha-neun geo-ya?]

How do you say “What do you mean?” in Korean?
= 무슨 뜻이에요? / 무슨 말이에요?
[mu-seun tteu-si-e-yo?] / [mu-seun ma-ri-e-yo?]

How do you say “I can speak Arabic.”in Korean?
= (저는) 아랍어 할 줄 알아요.
[(jeo-neun) a-ra-beo hal jul a-ra-yo.]

How do you say “I’m so busy right now.” in Korean?
= (저) 지금 너무 바빠요.
[(jeo) ji-geum neo-mu ba-ppa-yo.]

How do you say “You are a luncky/unlucky person.” in Korean?
= 너는 운이 좋은/나쁜 사람이야.
[neo-neun u-ni jo-eun/na-ppeun sa-ra-mi-ya.]

How do you say “Can I call you oppa?” and “Can I call you unnie?” in Korean?
= 오빠라고 불러도 돼요? [o-ppa-ra-go bul-leo-do dwae-yo?]
언니라고 불러도 돼요? [eon-ni-ra-go bul-leo-do dwae-yo?]

How do you say “I miss my family.” and “I am not okay.” in Korean?
= 가족들이 보고 싶어요. [ga-jok-deu-ri bo-go si-peo-yo.]
안 괜찮아(요). [an gwaen-cha-na-(yo).]

How do you say “I don’t eat meat, fish and eggs. I am a vegetarian.” in Korean?
= 저는 고기, 생선, 계란 안 먹어요. 채식주의자예요.
[jeo-nuen go-gi, saeng-seon, gye-ran an meo-geo-yo. chae-sik-ju-ui-ja-ye-yo.]

How do you say “I am going to walk the dog.”in Korean?
= 개/강아지 산책시킬 거예요. [gae/gang-a-ji san-chaek-si-kil geo-ye-yo.]

How do you say “I can’t wait for the next episode.” in Korean?
= 다음 회/에피소드가 너무 기다려져요. [da-eum hoe/e-pi-so-deu-ga neo-mu gi-da-ryeo-jyeo-yo.]
다음 회/에피소드 빨리 보고/듣고 싶어요. [da-eum hoe/e-pi-so-deu ppal-li bo-go/deut-go si-peo-yo.]

How do you say “How is the weather in Seoul?” in Korean?
= 서울 날씨 어때요? [seo-ul nal-ssi eo-ttae-yo?]

How do you say “What would you recommend on the menu?” or “What are the popular dishes at your restaurant?” in Korean?
= 뭐가 제일 인기 많아요? / 뭐가 제일 잘 나가요?
[mwo-ga je-il in-kki ma-na-yo?] / [mwo-ga je-il jal na-ga-yo?]

How do you say “Is this sentence grammatically correct?” in Korean?
= 이 문장(이) 문법에/문법적으로 맞아요? [i mun-jang-(i) mun-bbeo-be/mun-bbeop-jeo-geu-ro ma-ja-yo?]

How do you say “bathroom” in Korean?
= 화장실 [hwa-jang-sil]

How do you say “Stop laughing. It’s not funny.” in Korean?
= 그만 웃어. / 웃지 마. [geu-man u-seo.] / [ut-ji ma.]
재미 없어. / 안 웃겨. [jae-mi eop-sseo.] / [an ut-gyeo.]

How do you say “I’m (just/so) curious.” in Korean?
= 그냥/너무 궁금해요. [geu-nyang/neo-mu gung-geu-mae-yo.]

How do you say “Do you dream often?” in Korean?
= 꿈 자주 꿔요? [kkum ja-ju kkwo-yo?]

How do you say “I’m one of the avid listeners of How Do You Say This In Korean.”in Korean?
= 저는 How Do You Say This In Korean 애청자예요. [jeo-neun HDYSTIK ae-cheong-ja-ye-yo.]

How do you ask for more of the staple items such as lettuce, paste etc at the Korean barbecue restaurant?
= 저기요. 상추/쌈장 좀 더 주세요. [jeo-gi-yo. sang-chu/ssam-jang jom deo ju-se-yo.]

How do you say “Hello. Can I speak to Mr. Lee?” in Korean?
= 여보세요. Mr.Lee랑 통화할 수 있을까요? [yeo-bo-se-yo. Mr.Lee-rang tong-hwa-hal su i-sseul-kka-yo?]

How do you say “I’m (just/so) curious.” in Korean?
= 그냥/너무 궁금해요. [geu-nyang/neo-mu gung-geu-mae-yo.]

How do you say “Do you dream often?” in Korean?
= 꿈 자주 꿔요? [kkum ja-ju kkwo-yo?]

How do you say “I’m one of the avid listeners of How Do You Say This In Korean.”in Korean?
= 저는 How Do You Say This In Korean 애청자예요. [jeo-neun HDYSTIK ae-cheong-ja-ye-yo.]

How do you ask for more of the staple items such as lettuce, paste etc at the Korean barbecue restaurant?
= 저기요. 상추/쌈장 좀 더 주세요. [jeo-gi-yo. sang-chu/ssam-jang jom deo ju-se-yo.]

How do you say “Hello. Can I speak to Mr. Lee?” in Korean?
= 여보세요. Mr.Lee랑 통화할 수 있을까요? [yeo-bo-se-yo. Mr.Lee-rang tong-hwa-hal su i-sseul-kka-yo?]

How do you say “It’s none of your business.” in Korean?
= 상관하지 마. [sang-gwa-na-ji ma.]
Or 네가 상관할 일이 아니야. [ne-ga sang-gwa-nal i-ri a-ni-ya.]

How do you say “That is a little rough.” in Korean?
= (그건) 너무 심하다. [(geu-geon) neo-mu si-ma-da.]

How do you say “After you.”in Korean?
= 먼저 (__verb stem__)(으)세요. [meon-jeo (__verb stem__)(eu)-se-yo.]

How do you say “I do not feel too good today.” in Korean?
= [physically] 오늘 몸이 좀 안 좋아요. [o-neul mo-mi jom an jo-a-yo.]
[emotionally] 오늘 기분이 좀 별로예요. [o-neul gi-bu-ni jom byeol-lo-ye-yo.]

How do you say “I don’t eat meat and sea food.” in Korean?
= 저는 고기랑 해산물 안 먹어요. [jeo-neun go-gi-rang hae-san-mul an meo-geo-yo.]

How do you say “How many people are you?” in Korean?
= 몇 분이세요? [myeot bu-ni-se-yo?]

How do you say “What did you do today?” in Korean?
= 오늘 뭐 했어요? [o-neul mwo hae-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “How can I help you?”in Korean?
= 무엇을 도와 드릴까요? [mu-eo-seul do-wa deu-ril-kka-yo?]

How do you say “Make a wish!” in Korean?
= 소원 빌어요! [so-won bi-reo-yo!]

How do you say “Welcome come to China.” in Korean?
= 중국에 오신 것을 환영합니다. [jung-gu-ge o-sin geo-seul hwa-nyeong-ham-ni-da.]

How do you say “To make a long story short..” in Korean?
= 한 마디로 말해서 [han ma-di-ro ma-rae-seo]

How do you say “I’m from South Africa. Where are you from?” in Korean?
= 저는 남아공에서 왔어요. 어느 나라에서 왔어요? [jeo-neun na-ma-gong-e-seo wa-sseo-yo. eo-neu na-ra-e-seo wa-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “Please enjoy your meal.”in Korean?
= 맛있게 드세요. [ma-si-kke deu-se-yo.]

How do you say “Public holidays” in Korean?
= 공휴일 [gong-hyu-il]

How do you say “We’re going to California!” in Korean?
= 우리/저희 캘리포니아 갈 거예요! [u-ri/jeo-hui kael-li-po-ni-a gal geo-ye-yo!]

How do you say “I might be going to Seoul for spring break!” in Korean?
= 저 봄 방학 때 서울 갈지도 몰라요. [jeo bom bang-hak ttae seo-ul gal-ji-do mol-la-yo.]

How do you say “Don’t pretend that you don’t like me!” in Korean?
= 나(를) 안 좋아하는 척하지 마! [na-(reul) an jo-a-ha-neun cheo-ka-ji ma!]

How do you say “You, too!”in Korean?
= (__terms of address_)도요! [(__terms of address_)-do-yo!]

How do you say “This cat is like a tiger.” in Korean?
= 이 고양이는 호랑이 같아요. [i go-yang-i-neun ho-rang-i ga-ta-yo.]

How do you say “I was going to the movies, but I changed my mind.” in Korean?
= 영화관에 가려고 했는데, 마음이 바뀌었어요. [yeong-hwa-gwa-ne ga-ryeo-go haen-neun-de, ma-eu-mi ba-kkwi-eo-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “That’s a good idea!” in Korean?
= 좋은 생각이에요! [jo-eun saeng-ga-gi-e-yo!]

How do you say “Are we on the same page?” in Korean?
= OO 씨도 저랑 같은 생각이죠? [OO ssi-do jeo-rang ga-teun saeng-ga-gi-jyo?]

How do you say “How can I get in touch with you?”in Korean?
= 어떻게 연락하면 될까요? [eo-tteo-ke yeol-la-ka-myeon doel-kka-yo?]

How do you say “What do you do?” in Korean?
= 무슨 일 하세요? [mu-seun il ha-se-yo?]

How do you say “I can’t help it.” in Korean?
= 어쩔 수 없어요. [eo-jjeol su eop-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “Please don’t go!” in Korean?
= 가지 마세요! [ga-ji ma-se-yo!]

How do you say “Do whatever you want.” in Korean?
= 마음대로 하세요. [ma-eum-dae-ro ha-se-yo.]

How do you say “Can you please give this to (name)?”in Korean?
= 이것 좀 (name) 씨한테 전해 주시겠어요? [i-geot jom (name) ssi-han-te jeo-nae ju-si-ge-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “I can do it.” in Korean?
= 할 수 있어요. [hal su i-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “I came here with my cousin.” in Korean?
= 사촌 (any kinship term)(이)랑 같이 왔어요. [sa-chon (any kinship term)(i)-rang ga-chi wa-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “as for me” in Korean?
= 저는 [jeo-neun]
How do you say “I am angry.” in Korean?
= 저 화났어요. [jeo hwa-na-sseo-yo.]

How do you say “How do you find Facebook? Do you like it?”in Korean?
= 페이스북 어때(요)? [pe-i-seu-buk eo-ttae-(yo)?] or 페이스북 어떤 것 같아(요)? [pe-i-seu-buk eo-tteon geot ga-ta-(yo)?]
좋아(요)? [jo-a-(yo)?]

How do you say “How long have you lived in England?” in Korean?
= 영국에 온 지 얼마나 됐어요? [yeong-gu-ge on ji eol-ma-na dwae-sseo-yo?]
or 영국에 얼마나 살았어요? [yeong-gu-ge eol-ma-na sa-ra-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “Do you remember me?” in Korean?
= 저 기억하세요? [jeo gi-eo-ka-se-yo?] or 저 기억나세요? [jeo gi-eog-na-se-yo?]

How do you say “I think I like you.” in Korean?
= [casual] 나 너 좋아하는 것 같아. [na neo jo-a-ha-neun geot ga-ta.]
[polite] 저 OO 씨 좋아하는 것 같아요. [jeo OO ssi jo-a-ha-neun geot ga-ta-yo.]

How do you say “Me too!” in Korean?
= 저도요! [jeo-do-yo!] / 나도! [na-do!]

How do you say “Is that your real picture?”in Korean?
= 그거 진짜 OO 씨 사진이에요? [geu-geo jin-jja OO ssi sa-ji-ni-e-yo?]

How do you say “Do you have a bigger or smaller size of this?” in Korean?
= 더 큰/작은 거 있어요? [deo keun/ja-geun geo i-sseo-yo?]
or 더 큰/작은 사이즈 있어요? [deo keun/ja-geun ssa-i-jeu i-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “Please be quiet.” in Korean?
= 조용히 하세요. [jo-yong-hi ha-se-yo.]
or 조용히 해 주세요. [jo-yong-hi hae ju-se-yo.]

How do you say “I need to think about it.” in Korean?
= 생각 좀 해 볼게요. [saeng-gak jom hae bol-ge-yo.]
or 생각 좀 해 봐야 될 것 같아요. [saeng-gak jom hae bwa-ya doel geot ga-ta-yo.]

 

How do you say “I caught the flu bug, so I need to see a doctor later.” in Korean?
= 독감 걸려서 이따가 병원 가 봐야겠어요. [do-kkam geol-lyeo-seo i-tta-ga byeong-won ga bwa-ya-ge-sseo-yo.]
How do you say “Which day of the week is best for you? (Meaning which day shall we meet?)”in Korean?
= 무슨 요일이 좋아요? [mu-seun yo-i-ri jo-a-yo?]
How do you say “When others see you go out, please do not tell them that you are going to go with me.” in Korean?
= 다른 사람이 너 나가는 거 보면, 나랑 같이 어디 간다고 얘기하지 마. [da-reun sa-ra-mi neo na-ga-neun geo bo-myeon, na-rang ga-chi eo-di gan-da-go yae-gi-ha-ji ma.]
or 다른 사람이 너 나가는 거 보면, 나 만나러 간다고 얘기하지 마. [da-reun sa-ra-mi neo na-ga-neun geo bo-myeon, na man-na-reo gan-da-go yae-gi-ha-ji ma.]
How do you say “What is your favourit Drama?” in Korean?
= 제일 재밌게 본 드라마가/드라마는 뭐예요? [je-il jae-mit-ge bon deu-ra-ma-ga/deu-ra-ma-neun mwo-ye-yo?]
How do you say “Oh~ I see.” or “I understand.” in Korean?
= [casual] 그렇구나. [geu-reo-ku-na.]
[polite] 그렇군요. [geu-reo-kun-nyo.]

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