How to say HELLO & GOODBYE in Korean (KWOW #5)





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Uploaded on Jul 5, 2011

(Click SHOW MORE for additional notes) Learn the common way of saying hello/goodbye ANYOUNG!

Just like in the American culture, there are multiple ways to say good-bye (i.e. see you later, peace out, etc) in Korean.

Other Korean goodbyes include:
잘가 (jal gah - informal) = "jal" means well, "gah" means leave
잘가세요 (jal gah sae yo - formal)

Also know that ANYOUNG is romanized in many different ways, including: anyong, ahnyoung, anyeong, etc. Many variations, same pronunciation. Whatever helps you, go for it.

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KWOW #9: okay http://youtu.be/a_5-F6iAaZ0
KWOW #8: yes & no http://youtu.be/p2s4KIT6hew
KWOW #7: thank you http://youtu.be/POz6web6h_4
KWOW #6: sorry http://youtu.be/BAfWbCq2mWk
KWOW #5: hello & good-bye http://youtu.be/vntyHChognQ
KWOW #4: oppa (brothers & sisters) http://youtu.be/xRTxmLPkFJo
KWOW #3: omg http://youtu.be/5_TC1H1u31g
KWOW #2: really http://youtu.be/GWJmMKPJHr0
KWOW #1: love http://youtu.be/sg3HH1vt6Q8


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