How do you ask for someone's shoe size in Korean?
I've heard it before at bowling allies.
I think it is something like: 몇 씨이에요?
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The explanation here in this post of 몇 is wrong. 몇 translates into "how much" but is reserved for a general numerical measure. Taking this into account, here are the most commonly used expressions.
몇 미리 신으세요? 미리 stands for millimeters, the standard unit of measurement for shoe size here in Korea, therefore in English translated literally would be "How many millimeters would you wear", evidently wrong in English but accepted in Korean
몇 신이세요? Identical as above, but 미리 isn't written explicitly but implied
발 사이즈 어떻게 되나요?
신발 사이즈 어떻게 되나요?