An-nyeong-ha-se-yo / An-nyeong-ha-shim-ni-kka
* The first of these is casual while the second is more formal and polite.
It is nice to meet you.
It is nice to meet you / It is a pleasure
I’m meeting you for the first time (How do you do?).
Goodbye (to someone who is staying)
An-nyeong-hee-kye-se-yo (Informal/ casual)
An-nyeong-hee-kye-ship-shi-yo (More formal/polite)
Goodbye (to someone who is leaving)
An-nyeong-hee-ga-se-yo (Informal/ casual)
An-nyeong-hee-ga-ship-shi-yo (More formal/polite)
See you later
Na-joong-eh-pwa-yo (casual to a friend)
Na-Joong-eh-pwep-gess-sub-ni-da (more formal)
My name is XXX:
Che I-rum-un XXX ib-ni-da.)
What is your name?
I am XX years old
Nan XX saal ib-ni-da
What is your age?/ How old are you?
Yeon-se eo-toh-kye-dwe-shib-ni-ka? (this is polite and a bit
Myeot Saal I-ni? (For adults speaking to a child)
How are you? (how have you been)
Chal-ji-nae-sheo-sseo-yo? (Are things going well?)
Yes, I am fine
I am just so-so