How to Say Merry Christmas in Korean

Happy Holidays!

Do you know how to wish someone a merry Christmas in Korean?

Learn how to say Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in Korean 🙂

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  • Krishna

    안녕하세요 여러분~! 크리스마스가 다가오고 있어요! 선생님들, 크리스마스!!!!!^^

  • JUN



    메리 크리스마스 !

  • JUN

    메리 크리스마스 !
    圣诞快乐 !
    크리스마스 잘 보내세요!
    즐거운 성탄절 되세요.
    행복한 휴가 보내세요!
    楽しい一日を。:) 🙂

  • Rigo

    Merry christmas and happy new year !
    Loved the video

  • Jack Haefner

    In the Christmas spirit, I’d love to pay the toll for the driver behind me on Hwy 100. I can’t figure out how I would say this to the toll attendant. Any suggestions????

    • Seokjin Jin

      Hm… I would say “다음 차 것까지 계산할게요” which means that I would pay the next car’s fee.

    • Jack Haefner

      fantastic! I’ll give it a try!!

    • Jack Haefner

      Worked like a charm!! Worth every penny to see the toll booth attendants smile!!!

  • flenski

    I notice that Korean Christians don’t care about different beliefs. Planning to erect giant christmas tree in front of North Korea, sending “merry christmas” to all customers..

    In England, where majority are christians, they respect differences and businesses use more neutral terms like “happy holidays”.

    Many Korean people are ignorant when it comes to race and religion.. Civilization is one step at a time I guess.

    • Seokjin Jin

      Well, I think we are quite used to that term Merry christmas and I have thought that the term is related to a certain religious belief. Many Korean also repect other religion and race.

    • Frederik

      In England they can do what they want. I say Merry Christmas. I live in a country registered as a Christian country so live with it. if you can’t, stfu and leave. I don’t give comments on other beliefs their holiday days. I spend my holidays and I let other beliefs spend theirs. That’s how we can live together. If one person or group thinks an other needs to step down from their traditions, well than you (and the rest of your group) are a problem to society. Greetings from Belgium.

    • leichel

      I think it’s not that they dont care, it’s just that Christmas is not a big holiday here in Korea. It’s not really regarded as a religious holiday for most people, and I know some Korean Christians that go to church on xmas but don’t celebrate like we do in western countries at all. Since it was adopted fairly recently, they’ve mostly taken on the commercial aspect of Christmas. It’s just a couple holiday in Korea, similar to Valentine’s Day, not a family one.

      I know many Korean Christians that are respectful of other people’s beliefs.