Eating out and drinking
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- 식비 < 食費 > - food expenses
- 안주 < 按酒 > - appetizer or dish usually required when drinking at a 술집 or 호프
- 아깝다 - to be a waste (used when there is leftovers)
- 음료 < 飮料 > - a drink, a beverage
- 먹다 - to eat (can be used drinks like 소주 as well)
- 드시다 - to eat (honorific)
- 마시다 - to drink
- 씹다 - to chew
- 따르다 - to pour
- 따다 - to open (i.e. a bottle)
- 식사 - meal (polite form?)
- 배고파 - to be hungry
- 배 부르다 - to be full
- 목 마르다 - to be thirsty
- 아침 - breakfast
- 점심 - lunch
- 저녁 - dinner
- 음식 < 飮食 > - Food
Utensils and other items
- 숟가락 - Spoon
- 젓가락 - chopsticks
- 포크 - fork
- 공기 - bowl
- 컵 - cup
- 잔 - glass, cup
- 병 - bottle (used with native Korean numbers, i.e. 한 병 is one bottle)
- 접시 - plate
- 그릇 - Bowl (used with native Korean numbers, i.e. 한 그릇 is one bowl)
- 술 - liquor.
- 안주 - side dish you must order when drinking.
- 대리 운전 - Designated driving. In Korea there are businesses that will drive your car home for you if you are too drunk. 대리 means to act in place of, while 운전 means to driving.
- 알딸딸 - slang for being buzzed or tipsy.
- 취하다 - to get drunk.
- 취했다 - to be drunk.
- 건배 - cheers, a toast.
- 음주운전 - drunk driving
- 술자리 - a drinking party, drinking event, a banquet.
- 해롱해롱 (spelling?) - slang for drunk(?)
- 해장 < 解酲 > - something to relieve a hangover (food or drink)
- 따르다 - to pour
음주(하다) - drinking, to have a drink.
Types of Alcohol
- 맥주 - Beer
- 소주 - traditional Korean vodka.
Koreans often start drinking at one place, then move to another place.
- 일차 - First round
- 이차 - Second round
- 삼차 - Third round
- 잘 먹겠습니다 - an expression to tell someone you will eat well (often said at the beginning of a meal)
- 잘 먹었습니다 - an expression of thank you used after eating to say you ate well.
- 진지 드세요 - Extremely polite way to tell someone to eat.
- 여기요 / 저기요 - Used to get the waiter/waitress/worker's attention.
Types of food
- 양식 < 洋食 > - Western food
- 개산(하다) < 槪算 > -