Yes in Korean – Part 3

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“Yes” in every language has many different usages, and it is the same in Korean! Find out how to say “yes” in various situations in this series of videos! This is the first video in the series, so be sure to check out the other videos too on our YouTube channel!


  • i still dont get it..

    • In this situation, people say “YES!” in English. yeah? and what else?

      As I know….. YAY?
      Yay and Assa(what 석진 said) are same^^

      now get it?

    • Stefano

      I might also say “Alright!!” or “NICE!” in this scenario…

  • Caddie

    아싸 !!! I learnt something new today!!! By the way, how to say this sentence in korean ? ^_^

    • 오늘은 새 어떤 걸 배웠어요!
      I think this. ^ :]

    • Yunjeong

      오늘 새로운 것을 배웠어요 ^_^ is more natural.

    • Thanks Yunjeong! You’re correct.

  • woohoo!!! i guess it correctly!!! haha!! 아싸!!!

  • Stew

    아마도 아싸습니다??? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

    • When you want to say “아싸”, it will be better to use it alone, because it is an exclamation.

  • ㅋㅋㅋ 선생님 어디가 갔다가 만원 찾았어요??
    저도 어느날에 지하철화장실에서 5천원 찾아본적이 있어요…
    그때 천원밖에 없었거든요…정말 “아싸” ㅠㅠ

    • Axe

      아, 너무 재미있는 것 캇아요!!!

    • 저는 길에서 만원 주워 본 적이 있어요. 그래서 “아싸”하고 소리질렀어요. ㅎㅎ

  • 서연

    ㅋㅋㅋㅋ
    first time heared this word 😛

    ( 아싸 )

    고마워요

  • wintergreen

    안녕하세요.

    역시 TTMIK 비디오예요. 파트 6비디오도 재미있게 봤어요. 감사합니다. ^^

    연습을 좀 해볼게요.

    [TTMIK웹사이트에 가서 새로운 레슨을 볼 때]
    아싸!! (새로운 레슨이 또 나왔다!)

    그런 상황에는 “아싸”을 쓰는 게 맞나요?

    선생님들, 좋은 주말 보내세요! ^^

    • 맞아요. 그렇게 쓰면 돼요. ^^

    • when you find sth good, then say “아싸!!!!!!!!!!” ^^

      a situration you gave us as a example is exactly correct!^^

    • wintergreen

      진석진 선생님, Sonnie선생님, 안녕하새요.

      저의 질문에 답변해 주셔서 감사합니다!!

      좋은 날 되세요. ^^

  • Jung Eun Yoo

    아싸! he fell flat to the ground ^^ (sorry I don’t mean to make fun of you. it’s simply a way to memorize the word)

  • thuong

    I saw the word 앗싸 in a gameshow. Does it have the same meaning?

    • thats same but 아싸 is more usually in korea(my thought).
      this doesnt mean 앗싸 is false.
      because 아싸 and 앗싸 doesnt standard word

      and im sry about bad eng 🙂

    • thuong

      @The Soas: thank you so much 🙂
      btw, are you Korean?

    • yes im korean 🙂

  • Kris

    안녕하세요,

    is it can be used in other ways like Yes? (Informal form of excuse me?), etc.

    also I always heard in those K-Drama where the actors said Yaa~! whats that means actually?

    • Kris

      Also do you provide some teaching for real beginners?
      Thank you 🙂