one, two… hello everyone welcome to christine’s funfun korean conversation I’m Christine and I will be teaching you basic Korean expression for the ex-trial situation of daily life in Korea do you still think Korean is too difficult? no! absolutely not it’s a challenge to learn Korean but it’s not that difficult if you follow me well in this class your gonna speak Korean because? I will lead you to speak Korean with really easy expression and you know what? besides this class is fun so are you ready to get started? Ok lets move on. our first, today is our first lesson is basic conversation what is basic conversation? basic conversation this in this class contains hello? goodbye thank you and I’m sorry this four expression I get, I think are really important why it’s important without this expression you can’t speak any you can’t speak any word in world like and you meet someone you have to say “Hello?” and, when you or separate with your friend you have to say good bye and what of our next you, when you feel really appreciated, you want to say thank you .. and? when you make someone feel uncomfortable or when you make a little mistake to someone? you have to say “I’m sorry” it’s a literally basic conversation. So? today, where gonna learn about this four expressions ah! before we move on. I wanna Tell you that Korean has two types of speaking one is honorific way to speak another is a casual way to speak honorific way is use to older people and use to in formal situation like a formal meeting in your company ok? and. casual way is used to one who is the same age or close especially among friends so? remember? Korean has two types of speaking one is honorific another is casual and it is really relevant to Korean culture so, please remember that and now, we’re really gonna move on I’m sorry and first one is “HELLO?” HELLO, and? how can you pronounce this? I know you don’t know that, let me do it. An-nyong ha-se -yo An-nyong ha-se-yo ok, and then faster. Annyong haseyo? Annyong haseyo? ok? so, HELLO is ” Annyong haseyo? ” Annyong haseyo? the Pronunciation is written in English so there’s no… I think there’s gonna be no problem for you to pronounce this expression on your own ok? and, follow me, one more time “Annyong haseyo?” “Annyong haseyo?” and, as I said. Korean has two types of speaking and this expression is a formal greeting formal greeting OK, for instance you meet your friends, Korean friends parents oh! they are older than you are and you wanna say hello in Korean and they… your friends parents in this case “HELLO”. you have to say is “annyong haseyo?” “annyong haseyo?” good! and, next one. “annyong?” “ann-yong?” “ann-yong?” it’s shorter and easier. Right?! “Annyong?”/ “Annyong?” it’s a casual way to greet people so whenever you see your friends? just say, ” Oh! Annyong?” so, your– first to say your friends name is Jenny. “Oh! Hello Jenny?” in Korean? “Oh! Annyong Jenny?” Annyong Jenny? make sense? so First one, A Formal greeting. Hello in Korean “Annyong haseyo? / “Annyong haseyo?” and next one, “Annyong?” / “Annyong?” Does that make sense? OK, and… Next. oh! I’m sorry Good bye. / Good bye let me tell you. it’s a little confusing to remember because? kore– Good bye has two types of expressions and, it is depending on who is leaving who is leaving for your better understanding? let me give you an example. you are the host and you invite a lot of people And? after enjoying all the party. they’re just leaving. and, you wanna say good bye to them. OK? remember you are the host. and you wanna say Good Bye to your guest. in this case good bye in Korean? “Annyonghi-gi–gaseyo.” “Annyonghi-gaseyo.” OK? it’s a little fast ok? Let me take it slow. An-nyong-hi-ga-se-yo. one more time. An-nyon-hi-ga-se-yo. Annyonghi-gaseyo so, as i said. this one is a formal “good bye” it’s more polite. what about your friend? what i’m gonna say? to your friends? “Jal-ga” “jal-ga” one more time. “jal-ga” / “jal-ga” so? ” good bye ” is Annyonghi-gaseyo and, “jal-ga” in case you are the host and you say good bye to your guest. so in this case, Good bye is “annyonghi-gaseyo” and “jal-ga” are you following me? good and next one. and, it’s an opposite situation now, you’re just invited to the party and you enjoy the dinner and party with your friends and it’s time to leave so, you’ll leaving now your leaving and you wanna say good bye to the host of the party OK? in this case good bye is? ” annyonghi-geseyo” one more time. ” An-nyong-hi–” it is the same here but? the ending part is different., “-ge-se-yo” “ge-se-yo” one more time. ” annyonghi-geseyo ” / “annyonghi-geseyo” OK? what about to your friends? when your friend is the host. say. ” Jar-it-sso” good bye./ “Jar-it-sso” one more time. ” Jal-it-sso ” so now you get it? still no? OK? it’s last time to review good bye. keep this in your mind alright! when your the host of the party or of the dinner and whatever it is… you wan’t to say good bye to the guest visitors. ok? and this case, good bye is? “annyonghi-gaseyo” annyonghi-gaseyo imagine that your just staying in your home and you’re just to send them off. so, Annyonghi-gaseyo. and jal-ga/ jal-ga “Jal-ga” is a casual way (which you can)use to your friends and this is a formal way. “Annyonghi-gaseyo and Jal-ga and the next one you just– you were just invited to party and you are leaving and you wanna say good bye to the host who is staying ok? in this case good bye is “annyonghi-geseyo” “annyonghi-geseyo” and next one. “Jar-it-sso” / “jar-it-sso” so, now make sense? ok.. then… next. I’m sorry. Thank you Thank you it has three different expression oh! it’s too many. don’t worry it’s easier than you think so just follow me and try to speak loudly, with me. ok? first one. ” kamsahamnida ” “kam-sa-ham-ni-da”
“kamsahamnida” in English, this pronunciation is written with “k” so you might pronounce this as “kamsahamnida” “kamsahamnida” ah.. it’s a ah.. it’s a ok. and it’s a , sometimes use to american people but it’s not the accurate pronunciation and. instead of “K” we pronounce this more like “G”. like in English “Goal” right? so. “G” so, in Korean it’s “Kamsahamnida” “kam” – “kam” “kamsahamnida” and. next. “Ko-map-sum-ni-da” “Ko-map-sum-ni-da” it is also written with the “K” but the pronunciation is more like “G” so, speak as ka– ” K(g)o-map-sum-ni-da” “K(g)o-map-sum-ni-da” and, this are formal ways to say thank you and the last one is “Ko-ma-wo” “Ko-ma-wo” it’s not “ko-ma-wo. it’s “K(g)o- Go– remember? “G” sound “K(g)o-ma-wo” it’s a casual way to your friends. when you say thank you. so, let me give you the situation. it’s your birthday and your Korean Professor just to give you the great birthday gift. and you feel really appreciated and you wanna say ” OH! thank you Professor.” in Korean. oh! what i’m gonna do. pick one of this and i will pick this one because it’s more formal than “Komapsumnida” so I wanna say ” oh! Professor , Kam-sa-ham-ni-da. “kam-sa-ham-ni-da” if you say it like this your professor will be so delighted by, your… ability, ah!, by your… ability of Korean. ok. so. three different expressions “Kamsahamnida”/ “Kumapsumnida”/and than– ah! it’s in English “Komawo” “komawo” ok? and. good bye/good bye.. oh! sorry it’s “i’m sorry” i’m sorry so… i wanna say i’m sorry. in Korean it’s also has three different expressions. “Joe-song-ham-ni-da” first one “Joe-song-ham-ni-da” “Joe-song-ham-ni-da” and next one “Mi-an-ham-ni-da” one more time “Joe-song-ham-ni-da” next.. “Mi-an-ham-ni-da” this are formal ways to say i’m sorry i feel really sorry, so say. in Korean “Joesong-hamnida” or “Mianhamnida” and. to your friends? it’s a casual way . spe– speak like ” Mi-an-hae” “Mi-an-hae” one more time “Mianhae” “Mianhae” so, in Korea, maybe in Japan too. when you feel really sorry to your friends. we say oh! ” Mianhae” “Mianhae”
OK? so, “Mianhae” or to your boss or your professors when you make a mistakes
say ” Oh! Joesong-hamnida, Joesong-hamnida.” or. “Mianhamnida” / “Mianhamnida” make sense? (Joesong-hamnida, Mianhamnida, Mianhae) it’s “sorry”. ok. this is it. hoo! it was hard. right? but it was easy too. oh no, it was fun actually. so, and. i wanna tell you. do you still remember all the expressions? still? maybe not. so i will have a review with all the expressions, you’ve learn today review. what’s Hello? what’s Hello? that’s right. “Annyong-haseyo?” “Annyong-haseyo?” and, “Annyong?” “Annyong?” and. good bye is… ohw! i showed to you the answer. one more time. good bye.. when your the host…, what are you gonna say. your the host and you wanna say good bye to your guest. “Annyonghi-gaseyo” or, to your friends “Jal-ga” “jal-ga” what about (when) you’re the guest and you’re leaving, you wanna say good bye to the host. “Annyonghi-geseyo” “Annyonghi-geseyo” and “Jal-it-sso” “Jal-it-sso” so. when your the host and you wanna say good bye to the guest. “Annyonghi-gaseyo” / “Jal-ga” and when you’re a visitor and you aree leaving. and you wanna say good bye to your.– to the host of the party “annyonghi-geseyo” and “Jal-it-sso” next one thank you what is “thank you”? as I said it has it has three different expressions “Kamsahamnida” not “Kamsahamnida” it;s “K(G)amsahamnida” .. G Sound “K(G)amsahamnida” and, “K(g)omapsumnida”
“K(g)omawo.” what about i’m sorry, i’m sorry. “Joesong-hamnida” and? “Mainhamnida”
and as a casual way it’s “Mianhae” “Mianhae” ok..! i’m done.
How was the class today? I hope you enjoyed all the class, and next time i will come back with the topic “introducing oneself” ok! see you next time annyonghi-geseyo.