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different ways of saying goodbye / farewell
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You have to say "안녕히 가세요" to the ones leaving a place as well. The followings are different ways to say goodbye in Korean: 안녕 (informal). (Well-being, peace, health.) 안녕히 계세요. (Stay in peace.) 안녕히 ...

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Why does Google ask me if I meant "South Korea" (*in Korean*) when searching for "eogksalsrnr"?
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It is not limited to Korean language. If you search for English words that have no meaning in English, Google will search for probable words in other languages with those characters in standard ...

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Refusing using 괜찮아요
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Direct refusal is not considered polite among many Koreans. Many Koreans find it polite to say 괜찮아요 instead of "No!" in such occasions. Some Koreans will eat the food offered to them in an effort to ...

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Crossed hand gesture
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It has negative meaning. (here 아닙니다=It's not.)

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What does '여보세요' mean in the middle of a conversation?
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여보세요: From 여기 (yeogi) + 보다 (boda) + 세요 (seyo), literally “look here”. It's usually used when you are not sure who you are talking to. For example: Starting a conversation on the phone(You pick up ...

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What is the pronunciation of ㄺ
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It would be rare to find a noun just sitting by itself in a sentence. Rather, in Korean, one of many particles (or other things) would be attached to it. For example: 닭과 닭만 닭이랑 닭이다 닭이나 etc… If the ...

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