Level 1 Lesson 1 / Hello, Thank you / 안녕하세요, 감사합니다

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Welcome to the very first lesson at TalkToMeInKorean.com! If you are an absolute beginner of the Korean language, start with this lesson and practice with us. Don’t worry if you do not know how to read and write in Korean yet. We will guide you through every step of learning Korean. In this lesson, you can learn how to say “Hello.” and “Thank you.” in Korean.


“Hello.” is “안녕하세요. [an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]” and “Thank you.” is “감사합니다. [gam-sa-hap-ni-da]” If you already know how to say these expressions, listen to the lesson to find out how to say them most naturally. If you can make a video of yourself saying these expressions, that would be FANTASTIC!

감사합니다!


You can view the PDF here or download it here, or if you want to study with our TalkToMeInKorean textbooks, you can get them here. And after you learn the basics, try writing your own Korean sentences and get corrections from native speakers through HaruKorean, our 1:1 correction service.


  • Linda Broussard

    Son living in Korea for the last 7 years….. He’s going to stay there and marry a Korean gal, so someday, I will have Grandchildren who’s first language will be Korean. I am determined to learn, so that I can show respect and interest to my future daughter and law and future grandchildren. Thanks for helping me!

    • Seokjin Jin

      Wow, it is so touching! Thanks for visiting TTMIK. I am sure our lessons will be helpful for your study.

  • kusalni

    i wanna learn korean and this is really helpful ghamsahapnida!!!!!!!

  • Su Acosta

    I love it<3 감사합니다 for the hard work you do for us!!! (:

  • Syed Usman Shah

    Hey it’s really helpful ! It’s my first ever lesson on Korean and i really liked it! My girl friend is korean , though she also knows how to speak the local language as well as English quite good but i want to surprise her and talk to her in Korean ;) And i found your lessons quite helpful ! Also my first language isn’t english, it’s Sindhi and i am from Pakistan ….. Anyways Ghamsahapnida ^_^ :)

    • Tabitha Britt

      Have you spoke to her in korean yet? (:

  • Beverly Vindas

    안녕하세요! I have a while at learning Korean grammar but I’ve never practice listening to audios like this (actually my native lenguage it’s Spanish) soooo I’m practicing also my English so 정말 감사합니다! I will try my best here! 파이팅!

  • zheverae

    can you give me pointers because i have hesitation when to use letter “k or g” , “p or b” and “t or d” when translating hangul to roman letters..thanks

  • zheverae

    annyeonghaseyo!!can you give me some pointers because i have hesitation when to use “k or g”, “t or d”, “p or b” when translating hangeul to roman letters..kamsahabnida! :)

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  • zineb

    thank you for the lesson

  • Meh…Hai

    Im rather um.. young and my goal is to learn Korean. I’ve always wanted to move to Korea when I graduate. It would also be nice to understand my K-Pop, :). I know very little but learning it is my number 1 goal. :)

    • Tabitha Britt

      I see that your learning korean, that’s really neat(: me to I’m 25% korean and 17 years old obviously female. How old are you and where are you from if you don’t mind me asking

  • Kaye O’Malley

    안녕하세요!!!

  • Lloyd

    TTMIK 안녕하세요! 이 레슨 감사합니다. 좋은 하루 보내요!

  • Sharon Wu

    안녕하세요~

  • Samar

    안녕하세요.감사합니다 for your web.It’s very useful.But actually for me is learning Korean And practice English because because English is foreign language for me.감사합니다 again