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인사 (Een-sah)- Greetings

Korean Romanized Translation
인사 Een-sah Greetings
안녕하십니까? Annyeong-hashimnikka? Literal: Are you tranquil? English: Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good evening [높임말]
안녕하세요? Annyeong-haseyo? How are you? [존댓말]
안녕 Annyeong Hey!/Bye![반말]
처음 뵙겠습니다. Cheo eum boep-kesseumnida Nice Meeting You
만나서 반갑습니다. Mannaseo Bangap-seumnida Literal: Because meet you, it is pleasing. English equivalent: Nice to meet you. [높임말]

Sometimes shortened to 반갑습니다/반가워요. "Pleasure (to meet you)."

오래간만(오랜만)입니다. Orae-ganman (Oraenman)imnida It's been a while (since I've seen you.) Also heard as "오랜만이네요."
내일 또 만납시다. (만나요) Nae-il tto mannapshida (mannayo) Until tomorrow! [존댓말 ]
안녕히 계세요. Annyeonghi gyeseyo Literal: Tranquilly stay. English equivalent: none. [높임말]
안녕히 가세요. Annyeonghi gaseyo Literal: Tranquilly go. English equivalent: Have a safe leave./ Fare well. [높임말]
또봐요 Ddo bwayo Literally means: Again see. English equivalent: See you again.
잘가 Jal-ga Literal: Go well. English equivalent: See ya, bye. [반말]


Korean Romanized Translation Situation
수고하셨습니다. Sugo-ha-sheossumnida. Literal: Did effort. (Were troubled. Labored. Toiled.) English expression: Thank you for your effort/hard work. [높임말, highest deferential because of the addition of -시-] Used in situations where someone in a higher position than you or who has seniority by age has done something for you or for your sake.
몸(건강)을 조심하세요. mohmeul (gongangeul) joshimhaseyo. Literal: Be careful of body. English equivalent: Take care of yourself./Watch your health.
잘먹겠습니다. jalmeokgessumnida. Literal: I will eat well. English approximate: I'm thankful for this meal, it looks delicious. This is said right before eating a meal.
잘먹었습니다. jalmeokeossumnida. I ate well. (Thank you for the meal, it was delicious.) This is said right after finishing a meal. 잘먹겠습니다 and 잘먹었습니다 are taught to Koreans at an extremely young age.

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