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#251 barbielle_angel

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Posted 22 February 2006 - 05:00 PM

hi sweet angel!!

(ar-dar) --> is it like 알아 or ara? arasso, arachi..:lol: i hear these words all the time everytime i watch korean movie/drama series.

옴마 --omma

아빠---appa

아저씨--ajusshi

가지마--kajima

:D dont know if i spelled it correctly though! ^_^

Edited by barbielle_angel, 22 February 2006 - 05:07 PM.


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Posted 22 February 2006 - 06:45 PM

what does

"chouer"? chu ar? not sure how u spell it.............or even how it's suppose to sound in the first place :P

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Posted 22 February 2006 - 07:22 PM

 barbielle_angel, on Feb 23 2006 2 00 AM, said:

hi sweet angel!!

(ar-dar) --> is it like 알아 or ara? arasso, arachi..:lol: i hear these words all the time everytime i watch korean movie/drama series.

옴마 --omma

아빠---appa

아저씨--ajusshi

가지마--kajima

:D dont know if i spelled it correctly though! ^_^
No i think is ar-dar. Ara-chi means Understand or got it. Arasso (I think you spell it in the wrong way) Is (Ar-dar-so) It means yes i understand or i got it.

 Lucky_Doraemon, on Feb 23 2006 3 45 AM, said:

what does

"chouer"? chu ar? not sure how u spell it.............or even how it's suppose to sound in the first place :P
Chu ar? Hmm i think it means enough? or also or and. Arr i must remember. Have to ask. I will write again.

When you are at the restuarant in Korea.

Im sure the waiter ask you: [Eoseo o-si-psio. My-e-ot-ppu-ni-si-ji-yo?] Means: Good evening. How many people?

Your answer: [Du my-e-ong-ie-yo.] means Two. For example.

Waiter: [Geumyeonseogeul won-ha-sim-nik-ka?] means: Non-smoking?

Your answer: (Ne) or (dae) means Yes, please.

Waiter: I-jjo-ge-u-ro an-je-u-sip-si-yo. Means: This way, please.

Waiter: Men-yu yeo-gi is-se-um-ni-da. Means: Here is your menu.

You: Mwoga masitjjyo?. Means: What do you recommend?

Waiter: Bul-go-gi-wa gal-bi-ga ma-sis-se-um-ni-da. O-e-guk bun-de-u-re-un bi-bimbap-tto jo-a-ha-se-yo. Means: I would like to recommend bulgogi and galbi. Foreigners enjoy bi-bim-bap, also.

Your answer for example: Ge-u-re-om, bi-bim-ba-be-ul ju-se-yo. Means: We’ll try bibimbap, then.
Ne-o-mu mae-pjji an-ke hae ju-se-yo. (jjaji an-ke hae ju-se-yo) Means: Could you make it less spicy? (jjaji an-ke hae ju-se-yo) Means: Could you make it less salty?
Ge-u-ri-go po-ke-u jom ju-se-yo? Means: Oh, and could you bring us some forks?

Waiter: Al-gy-es-se-um-ni-da. Means: Yes, we’ll do that for you.
Hu-sik-eun mu-e-o-se-u-ro (use your tounge here) ha-si-gy-es-se-um-nik-ka? Keo-pi-wa nok-cha-ga is-se-um-ni-da. Means: And what would you like for dessert ? We have coffee and green tea.

Your answer: Nok-cha-ro ju-se-yo. Means: Green tea, please.


My-e-ot-ppun? Means: How many people?
Nok-cha. Means Grenn Tea.
Keo-pe. Means: Coffee.
Po-ke-u. Means: Fork.
Ma-ep-tta. Means: Spicy.

Thats it ^_^'

Edited by SweeT Angel, 22 February 2006 - 07:50 PM.


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Posted 22 February 2006 - 08:19 PM

since
yoja=girl
namja=boy
what is man and woman? :D

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 02:27 AM

I don't know if anyone has mentioned these sites before but they're really useful. Try them:

http://rki.kbs.co.kr/learn_korean/lessons/e_index.htm
and
http://www.learn-kor...an-classes.html

Edited by CherryTomatoes88, 23 February 2006 - 02:30 AM.


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Posted 23 February 2006 - 03:37 AM

 SweeT Angel, on Feb 22 2006 10 22 AM, said:

No i think is ar-dar. Ara-chi means Understand or got it. Arasso (I think you spell it in the wrong way) Is (Ar-dar-so) It means yes i understand or i got it.
Chu ar? Hmm i think it means enough? or also or and. Arr i must remember. Have to ask. I will write again.

When you are at the restuarant in Korea.

Im sure the waiter ask you: [Eoseo o-si-psio. My-e-ot-ppu-ni-si-ji-yo?] Means: Good evening. How many people?

Your answer: [Du my-e-ong-ie-yo.] means Two. For example.

Waiter: [Geumyeonseogeul won-ha-sim-nik-ka?] means: Non-smoking?

Your answer: (Ne) or (dae) means Yes, please.

Waiter: I-jjo-ge-u-ro an-je-u-sip-si-yo. Means: This way, please.

Waiter: Men-yu yeo-gi is-se-um-ni-da. Means: Here is your menu.

You: Mwoga masitjjyo?. Means: What do you recommend?

Waiter: Bul-go-gi-wa gal-bi-ga ma-sis-se-um-ni-da. O-e-guk bun-de-u-re-un bi-bimbap-tto jo-a-ha-se-yo. Means: I would like to recommend bulgogi and galbi. Foreigners enjoy bi-bim-bap, also.

Your answer for example: Ge-u-re-om, bi-bim-ba-be-ul ju-se-yo. Means: We’ll try bibimbap, then.
Ne-o-mu mae-pjji an-ke hae ju-se-yo. (jjaji an-ke hae ju-se-yo) Means: Could you make it less spicy? (jjaji an-ke hae ju-se-yo) Means: Could you make it less salty?
Ge-u-ri-go po-ke-u jom ju-se-yo? Means: Oh, and could you bring us some forks?

Waiter: Al-gy-es-se-um-ni-da. Means: Yes, we’ll do that for you.
Hu-sik-eun mu-e-o-se-u-ro (use your tounge here) ha-si-gy-es-se-um-nik-ka? Keo-pi-wa nok-cha-ga is-se-um-ni-da. Means: And what would you like for dessert ? We have coffee and green tea.

Your answer: Nok-cha-ro ju-se-yo. Means: Green tea, please.
My-e-ot-ppun? Means: How many people?
Nok-cha. Means Grenn Tea.
Keo-pe. Means: Coffee.
Po-ke-u. Means: Fork.
Ma-ep-tta. Means: Spicy.

Thats it ^_^'

Chu Ah heyo means do you like it or I like it.
Also or and, I believe is Kur Eh Gu.

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 05:33 AM

How are you? - Chai ji ne yo?
Sorry - Byane
Are you hungry? - Pae go payoh?
My name is... - Ne irimeun ...-iya (to a person same age or younger)
- Ne irimeun ...-imida (to an older person)
Uncle (older man) - ajushi
Auntie (older woman) - ajuma
Grandfather - harabuji

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 06:43 AM

my friend taught me how to say SH*T in korean
but im rahter confused

one friend said its SHIPPO
and another said SHIBAL

which one is it?

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 09:18 AM

thanks so much "barbielle_angel"..though i'm still abit confused over the vowel and consonants stuff...because sometimes i thot the word ends with a vowel..but in fact it ends with a consonant...haha..its really tough

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 12:44 PM

 xbunnylicious, on Feb 22 2006 8 19 PM, said:

since
yoja=girl
namja=boy
what is man and woman? :D

i think it's the same :D


 xxaznchiick, on Feb 23 2006 6 43 AM, said:

my friend taught me how to say SH*T in korean
but im rahter confused

one friend said its SHIPPO
and another said SHIBAL

which one is it?

i think it's shibal. im not really familiar with shippo unless attached to a word, it means "want/like". i always hear "shibal" in k-movies. :lol: although i dont usually utter that, i prefer "aiiissh!!", than shibal! haha!

 mystical, on Feb 23 2006 9 18 AM, said:

thanks so much "barbielle_angel"..though i'm still abit confused over the vowel and consonants stuff...because sometimes i thot the word ends with a vowel..but in fact it ends with a consonant...haha..its really tough
hi mystical! im also confused! :D it's really tough learning a new language, but it's kinda fun too! ^_^' an online friend told me that if i really wanna learn Korean, learn how to write and read Hangul/Korean alphabet first. That way, it'll be easier to learn in future. Hwaiiting! ^_^

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 01:34 PM

well i can read about 70% (not fluently) but knowing what i'm reading is a different matter :lol: i'm not sure about the consonants and such but i know how the letters sound and which order i should be reading from etc :P

i think "namja" is Male/man/boy?..........

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Posted 23 February 2006 - 05:09 PM

 Lucky_Doraemon, on Feb 23 2006 3 45 AM, said:

what does

"chouer"? chu ar? not sure how u spell it.............or even how it's suppose to sound in the first place :P
Chu ar means (I like you) for example.

 barbielle_angel, on Feb 23 2006 9 44 PM, said:

i think it's the same :D
i think it's shibal. im not really familiar with shippo unless attached to a word, it means "want/like". i always hear "shibal" in k-movies. :lol: although i dont usually utter that, i prefer "aiiissh!!", than shibal! haha!
hi mystical! im also confused! :D it's really tough learning a new language, but it's kinda fun too! ^_^' an online friend told me that if i really wanna learn Korean, learn how to write and read Hangul/Korean alphabet first. That way, it'll be easier to learn in future. Hwaiiting! ^_^
They use another word for sh*t like "dom" ^_^'

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Posted 24 February 2006 - 11:56 AM

lol, i know how to say I LIKE YOU, OPPA in korean for all of you out there crushing on some korean guy. ahaha
it's NA NO JOA HE OPPA (na-noh-chua-yeh-oppa) i think :whistle hehe
and... i'm so confused now,, how to say i'm sorry... it hought it was "mianhada" but my korean friend said it's 'Mi An hap na da' ? HUH?! help?

Edited by gellai, 24 February 2006 - 11:56 AM.


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Posted 24 February 2006 - 12:51 PM

 gellai, on Feb 24 2006 8 56 PM, said:

lol, i know how to say I LIKE YOU, OPPA in korean for all of you out there crushing on some korean guy. ahaha
it's NA NO JOA HE OPPA (na-noh-chua-yeh-oppa) i think :whistle hehe
and... i'm so confused now,, how to say i'm sorry... it hought it was "mianhada" but my korean friend said it's 'Mi An hap na da' ? HUH?! help?
You can also say i like you on that way :whistle There are many ways to say i like you on korean.

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Posted 24 February 2006 - 06:16 PM

i think it's "mi an hab ni da" just by looking at the way it's spelt, although there are many ways of saying sorry...............

i know:
"mo ha nun ji shi ya" = What (the hell?) are you doing?! :P
"chu(oo)m" = dance
"mo" = what

ok more questions (got these from X Man LL and such :P)
what is....
"chung mal"
"na gu na"

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Posted 24 February 2006 - 08:05 PM

 Lucky_Doraemon, on Feb 24 2006 9 16 AM, said:

i think it's "mi an hab ni da" just by looking at the way it's spelt, although there are many ways of saying sorry...............

i know:
"mo ha nun ji shi ya" = What (the hell?) are you doing?! :P
"chu(oo)m" = dance
"mo" = what

ok more questions (got these from X Man LL and such :P)
what is....
"chung mal"
"na gu na"


I believe Chung mal means Really. Somebody may tell you something and if you want to know if it is true, you would say Chung Ma? (For reals?).

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Posted 25 February 2006 - 05:32 AM

Can some one re write this word.
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Edited by Snow white, 26 February 2006 - 09:12 PM.


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Posted 27 February 2006 - 10:04 PM

does napun mean bad..?

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Posted 28 February 2006 - 08:14 AM

can anyone help me? i wanna know how to say these in korean :

-hello
-bye
-good night
-let's chat again tomorrow
-will you be online tomorrow?
-sorry
-im really really sorry
-sweet dreams
-don't do it
-little by little, time by time
-what are you doing?
-wait
-thank you
-how are you doing?
-miss me????
-how to say 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12....20,100,101,120,1000, so the list goes on....

learning korean is a one thing i never thought i'd do in my entire life.. <--translation plz

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Posted 01 March 2006 - 01:45 AM

i only know afew...
hello - anyong a sae yo

bye (u stay but others leaving) - anyong i ka saeyo
(u leave but others stay) - anyong i kae saeyo

sorry - bia neh / mian ham ni da

1(il), 2(i), 3(sam) , 4(sa), 5(oh), 6(yuk), 7(chil), 8(pal), 9(ko), 10(ship), 11(ship il),
12(ship i), 20(i ship), 100(bek), 1000(chon), 10000(man)

thank you - kam sam ni da

how are you? - chi neh saeyo

that's all i know....hope i'm correct, if i'm wrong pls correct me...

lol....i've always wanted to larn korean....but its really a tough language...up till now still haven even learned half of the language...lol

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Posted 02 March 2006 - 07:34 AM

currently im learning korean characters, and how to write. and now i can only read korean characters, without understanding the meaning.

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Posted 03 March 2006 - 08:04 AM

hi can someone teach me how to write korean characters using the keyboard?? juz can't figure out which letter is for wad

Edited by mystical, 03 March 2006 - 08:12 AM.


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Posted 08 March 2006 - 03:36 AM

i don't know all of them....but the ones i know are theses:
-hello - ahnyoung / ahnyoung ha sae yo
-bye - ahnyoung / ahnyoungi ga sae yo
-good night - - jal jah / jal jew mu sai yo
-let's chat again tomorrow
-will you be online tomorrow?
-sorry - mi han nae / jae sung hae
-im really really sorry - jeen ja dul mi han nae
-sweet dreams
-don't do it - ha jee ma
-little by little, time by time - choucum (mean little)
-what are you doing? - mo han neun go yah?
-wait - gi dal yuah
-thank you - kam sa ham ne da
-how are you doing?
-miss me????

1 hana, 2 tdul, 3 sait, 4 nait, 5 dasut, 6 yusut, 7 elgop, 8 yodoulp, 9 ahop, 10 yo,
after 10 there is a pattern....
btwn 11 - 19, its yol-BLANK where the BLANK is replaced by the number written above
for example, 18 is yol-yodolp
............
i don't know the rest....
lol
100 - baek
1 000 chun
10 000 - man
100 000 - ship man
1 000 000 - baek man
..............


100 baek,

btw....the english spelling might be wrong....thats just how i sounded it out

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Posted 16 March 2006 - 01:02 AM

haha, after reading some of these posts i couldn't help but laugh. it seems like many of you want to learn korean after watching dramas and stuff. thats funny lol but i understand cuz i wanted to learn japanese cuz of anime -_-;;

anyways i'm korean n yea so i'll post up a few things here n there.

@mystical: heres how the korean keyboard goes
left side is consonants, right side is vowels
q ㅂ
w ㅈ
e ㄷ
r ㄱ
t ㅅ

a ㅁ
s ㄴ
d ㅇ
f ㄹ
g ㅎ

z ㅋ
x ㅌ
c ㅊ
v ㅍ

so thats top to bottom, left to right for the consonants.
vowels:
y ㅛ
u ㅕ
i ㅑ
o ㅐ; O ㅒ
p ㅔ, P ㅖ

h ㅗ
j ㅓ
k ㅏ
l ㅣ

b ㅠ
n ㅜ
m ㅡ

pretty simple once u get used it. makes much more sense than the qwerty keyboad layout and can allow for insanely fast typing once u get good. don't know why; guess its a mental thing.

http://dic.naver.com/?frm=nt has an online dictionary.
type an english word (or small phrases, i think) into the box in the top row, second column. it gets the word in korean, and is usually pretty accurate. but don't count on it 100% (just type in something like "hi" or even "hello" and u will see y).

speaking korean becomes so easy after you learn the basic pronunciations. and reading/writing is better than chinese or japanese because we dont have to deal with chinese characters and only need 1 alphabet (not hiragana or katagana). hanja is so complicated.. lol. in japanese there r some stupid things with the writing, cuz like one word can mean a million different things and sometimes its impossible to tell what that word is supposed to be, u noe wut i mean? one japanese person was trying to interpret the names of some moves in a video game into english, but couldnt because of this problem. don't know exACTLY what the issue was, but it was impossible to do without any type of reference context.

다들 화이팅~ ㅋㅋㅋ

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Posted 22 March 2006 - 11:41 PM

i know this has been said countless times but, not on this page :hug

i miss you - bo guh shi puh
i love you - sarang hae
thank you - gam sah ha nee dah
goodbye - ahn nyung hee ga sayo
hello - anh nyung ha sayo


haha sorry if i repeated something guys :yeah

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Posted 23 March 2006 - 08:17 PM

actually good bye can be either "ahnyunghee ga sehyo" or "ahnyunghee gae sehyo" depending on who is doing the physical leaving. if YOU are leaving, u say the second one. if you are not leaving, u say the first one.

.. yeah. lame. lol. they actually mean slightly different things, thats why. it's not just "bye." the first one has the world "leave" in it while the second one has the word "stay" in it.

and "bogoshipuh" literally means "[i] want to see you." the i is ommitted in the korean in this case, cuz the korean language can work like that. u dont always have to say i, you, he, she, etc. you can just say what u want and the i/you/he/she gets implied.

yeah.

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Posted 25 March 2006 - 08:48 PM

안녕하세요!
i found a hangul conversion machine:
http://www.kawa.net/...ngul/hangul.cgi
if you know the romanization, just type it in and it'll give you the the korean characters.
i dont know if its 101% accurate but i've tried typing saranghaeyo, pi, and namja into it and its accurate =)

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Posted 26 March 2006 - 03:51 AM

Kool topic...i also want to learn Korean cuz i usually listen to Korean music....the sound is great :yeah It's sound not very difficult to speak but.....writing........ :duh big problem

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Posted 27 March 2006 - 10:02 PM

I've been wanting to learn Korean ever since watching these Korean dramas.. Since I'm learning Spanish in school right now and find it very very easy, I thought well maybe learning different languages just isn't hard for me. But geez.. this is harder than I thought.

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Posted 28 March 2006 - 12:52 AM

korean writing is easier than anything ive come across. its incredibly simple.

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Posted 28 March 2006 - 02:38 AM

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korean writing is easier than anything ive come across. its incredibly simple.
Yeah the writing part isn't as hard. Definitely not as hard as Chinese but I wouldn't say it's the easiest though. English is the easiest to me, and all the other languages that are made up of letters. I get the vowels and consonants.. I can pronouce the words and all, but it's just so hard to remember what each word means.

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Posted 28 March 2006 - 03:01 AM

onnyeonghaseyo. momoim(p)nida. so yep I know some but I'll put more up later. There are some really good activities that are helpful.

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Posted 29 March 2006 - 09:06 PM

 spazgal420, on Mar 27 2006 7 38 PM, said:

Yeah the writing part isn't as hard. Definitely not as hard as Chinese but I wouldn't say it's the easiest though. English is the easiest to me, and all the other languages that are made up of letters. I get the vowels and consonants.. I can pronouce the words and all, but it's just so hard to remember what each word means.

well thats cuz u already know english. if u consider english from a new-comer's perspective, it definitely isnt easy. there r just way too many rules and exceptions. u see how useful things like spellcheck are for us? many words we commonly hear are easy to mispell if ur not cautious. the only way u can know how to spell something is to actually memorize it. sounding it out and spelling it will frequently yield the wrong spelling. :wacko: even the word "wrong" can be spelling "rong" and its like exactly the same sound, yet "rong" is definitly wrong. lol. its not like that in korean for the most part, cuz they spell according to sound, not memorization. some of it is memorization, but a lot of it can be sounded out and it will come out correctly. and yeah, chinese is prolly the hardest language to write in. cuz u have to memorize all the characters. hehe. oh well.

Edited by dexta, 29 March 2006 - 09:07 PM.


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Posted 30 March 2006 - 06:05 AM

Korean is not hard, but sometimes it is little cheesy to speak it.

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Posted 03 April 2006 - 01:47 AM

i want to learn korean...and i c all these words ppl post it up is so long and i try to pronouce it, but it wuld be better if i hear korean ppl speak it out loud tho....:D

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Posted 03 April 2006 - 02:03 AM

aha yea.... I cant even pronouns some of the vowels and other letters...

for some reason I just cant get the 'eu' one. I the one tha tlooks like "_" the flat line.

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Posted 04 April 2006 - 10:32 PM

say "mmmmm"

now say "mmmm" without the m's. thats ㅡ.

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Posted 11 April 2006 - 05:28 PM

 gellai, on Mar 5 2006 8 22 PM, said:

How do you say "Hurry" in korean?

its 빨리! or bbal-li! :D

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those who want to learn the language, this is a great site: ;)
http://hompi.sogang.ac.kr/korean/

 mystical, on Mar 3 2006 8 04 AM, said:

hi can someone teach me how to write korean characters using the keyboard?? juz can't figure out which letter is for wad
you can use this one ^_^
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or if you need to set up your browser first/download Korean fonts:
http://www.zkorean.c..._settings.shtml

hwaiting! :D



i'll try some :D

 Guest, on Feb 28 2006 8 14 AM, said:

can anyone help me? i wanna know how to say these in korean :

-hello -annyonghaseyo!
-bye -annyonghikaseyo(said by the one who's staying) or annyonghikyeseyo(said by the one who's leaving) or chal ga(yo)(informal) or kal ke(im going).

-good night- -annyonghijumushipsio
-let's chat again tomorrow
-will you be online tomorrow?
-sorry -mianhaeyo/cheosonghaeyo
-im really really sorry -chongmal mianhaeyo
-sweet dreams -chal ja(yo)
-don't do it -hajima(yo)
-little by little, time by time
-what are you doing? -muo hae(yo)?
-wait -kidariseyo or chamkanmanyo(wait a minute)
-thank you -gomawoyo/komapsumnida/kamsahaeyo/kamsahamnida
-how are you doing? -chal chi ne so?
-miss me???? -bogoshipni? <--not sure! :D
-how to say 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12....20,100,101,120,1000, so the list goes on....

learning korean is a one thing i never thought i'd do in my entire life.. <--translation plz


 rain_girl, on Feb 27 2006 10 04 PM, said:

does napun mean bad..?
not sure but it sounds like it though...
nappeuda = to be bad
nappoh = bad
^pls correct me if im wrong. ^_^

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Posted 14 April 2006 - 10:33 PM

omg. i'm sorry in korean is like - miane, mianeyo, mian hap ni da ( but you pronounce the "m" as a "b" )

FORMAL - che-sung-a-yo & che-sung-a-mida ( more like i apologize )

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Posted 14 April 2006 - 11:14 PM

Does anyone know how to say "Michelle" in Korean? Like can anyone type the Korean words out plzz... =]





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