Korean Phrases of the Day (April & May)

Here is a compete list of my phrases of the day for April & May – Practice them all!

Greetings:

Hello

안녕하세요. (an-nyeong-ha-se-yo)

How have you been

잘 지냈어요? (jal-ji-naed-sseo-yo)

Have a great weekend

주말 잘 보내세요. (ju-mal-jal-bo-nae-sse-yo)

주말  (ju-mal) weekend

Have a good day

좋은 하루 보내세요. (jo-eun-ha-lu-bo-nae-sse-yo)

좋다(Basic form / jo-ta) good

Thank you

감사합니다. (gam-sa-ham-ni-da)

I love you

사랑해요.  (sa-rang-hae-yo)

사랑 (sa-rang) love

I miss you

보고싶어요 (bo-go-si-peo-yo)

Expression :

The weather is really good

날씨가 참 좋네요. (nal-ssi-ga-cham-jod-nae-yo)

날씨 (nal-ssi) weather

 참   (cham) really/very

좋다.(jo-da) Good. (Basic form)

I feel good

기분이 좋아요. (gi-bun-i-jo-a-yo)

기분 (gi-bun) feeling

"an" means ‘not’. It comes in front of the verb.

I don’t feel like it

안 좋아요. (an-jo-a-yo)

I am hungry

배고파요. (bae-go-pa-yo)

What would you have for lunch?

점심으로 뭐 먹을까요? (jeom-sim-eu-lo-mwo-meo-geul-kka-yo)

점심 (jeom-sim) lunch

(mwo) what

먹다 (meog-da) eat

Would you like to have a cup of coffee later?

나중에 커피 마시러 갈래요? (na-jung-e-keo-pi-ma-si-reo-gal-lae-yo)

나중에 (na-jung-e) later

마시다 (ma-si-da) drink

Emotions:

Emotion

감정 (gam-jeong)

I am glad/happy

기뻐요. (gi-ppeo-yo)

I am upset

속상해요. (sog-sang-hae-yo)

I am tired

피곤해요. (pi-gon-hae-yo)

I am sad

슬퍼요. (seul-peo-yo)

I am annoyed 

짜증나요. (jja-jeung-na-yo)

I am scared

무서워요. (mu-seo-wo-yo)

It hurts/I am sick

아파요. (a-pa-yo)

I am excited

신나요 (sin-na-yo) excited

Amy

Amy Kim is a South Korean native who relocated to Manchester. When not teaching Korean, she spends her free time reading & painting.