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Post by Michelle on Sun Feb 03, 2008 4:36 am

Since Korean Entertainment is our main thing around here. This thread is for you guys to learn the language!!

So...let's start with some of the simple stuff!

Korean (Formal) - Romanized - Translation
Korean (Informal) - Romanized - Translation


안녕하세요. - Ah nyeong ha seh yo? - Hello.
안녕. - Ah nyeong - Hello/Hi.

_______ (insert name here) 입니다 - (name) im ni da - My name is (name)

감사합니다 - Kam sa ham ni da - Thank You.
고마워 - Ko ma weo (yo) - Thank You.

죄송합니다 - Chwe song ham ni da - Sorry.
미안해 - Mi ahn hae - Sorry.

네 - Neh - Yes (common way)
예 - Yeh - Yes (less common)

괜찮아요 - Gwen chan nah yo - That's ok/It's alright.
괜찮아 - Gwen chan nah - That's ok/It's alright.

알겠습니다 - Al get seub ni da - I understand.
아랐어 - Ah ra seo - I got it.

그래요? - Keu rae yo? - Really?
그래요. - Keu rae yo. Really.

사랑해요 - Sarang hae yo - I love you.
사랑해 - Sarang hae - I love you

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Family Members
아버지 - ah buh ji - Father
아빠 - appa - Dad

어머니 - uh muh ni - Mother
엄마 - umma - Mum/ Mom

언니 - unni (If the speaker is female) - Older Sister
누나 - nuna (If the speaker is male) - Older Sister

오빠 - oppa (If the speaker is female) - Older Brother
형 - hyung (If the speaker is male) - Older Brother

동생 - dong saeng (Regardless of speaker's gender) - Younger Sister/Brother

아주머니 - ajumni - Aunt (Formal)
아줌마 - ajumma - Aunt (Informal)
아저씨 - ajussi - Uncle

할머니 - hal muh ni - Grandmother (Formal)
할아버지 - hara buh ji Grandpa (Informal)

Credits: learn-korean.net


Numbers

Sino Korean
1 = 일 / 一 (il)
2 = 이 / 二 (yi)
3 = 삼 / 三 (sam)
4 = 사 / 四 (sa)
5 = 오 / 五 (o)
6 = 육 / 六 (yuk)
7 = 칠 / 七 (chil)
8 = 팔 / 八 (pal)
9 = 구 / 九 (gu)
10 = 십 / 十 (sib)

* 11 = 십일 / 十一 (sibil)
* 12 = 십이 / 十二 (sibi)
* 13 = 십삼 / 十三 (sibsam)
* 14 = 십사 / 十四 (sibsa)
* 15 = 십오 / 十五 (sibo)
* 16 = 십육 / 十六 (sibyuk)
* 17 = 십칠 / 十七 (sibchil)
* 18 = 십팔 / 十八 (sibpal)
* 19 = 십구 / 十九 (sibgu)

20 = 이십 / 二十 (isib)
30 = 삼십 / 三十 (samsib)
40 = 사십 / 四十 (sasib)
50 = 오십 / 五十 (osib)
60 = 육십 / 六十 (yuksib)
70 = 칠십 / 七十 (chilsib)
80 = 팔십 / 八十 (palsib)
90 = 구십 / 九十 (gusib)
100 = 백 / 百 (baek)

* 200 = 이백 / 二百 (ibaek)
* 300 = 삼백 / 三百 (sambaek)
* 400 = 사백 / 四百 (sabaek)
* 500 = 오백 / 五百 (obaek)
* 600 = 육백 / 六百 (yukbaek)
* 700 = 칠백 / 七百 (chilbaek)
* 800 = 팔백 / 八百 (palbaek)
* 900 = 구백 / 九百 (gubaek)

1000 = 천 / 千 (cheon)

* 2000 = 이천 / 二千 (icheon)

1 0000 = 만 / 萬 (man)
10 0000 = 십만 / 十萬 (sibman)
100 0000 = 백만 / 百萬 (baekman)
1000 0000 = 천만 / 千萬 (cheonman)
1 0000 0000 = 억 / 億 (eok)
10 0000 0000 = 십억 / 十億 (sibeok)
...
1 0000 0000 0000 = 일조 / 一兆 (iljo)
1 0000 0000 0000 0000 = 일경 (ilgyeong)

Korean
1 = 하나 (hana)
2 = 둘 (dul)
3 = 셋 (set)
4 = 넷 (net)
5 = 다섯 (daseot)
6 = 여섯 (yeoseot)
7 = 일곱 (ilgop)
8 = 여덟 (yeodeol)
9 = 아홉 (ahop)
10 = 열 (yeol)

* 11 = 열하나 (yeolhana)
* 12 = 열둘 (yeoldul)
* 13 = 열셋 (yeolset)
* 14 = 열넷 (yeolnet)
* 15 = 열다섯 (yeoldaseot)
* 16 = 열여섯 (yeolyeoseot)
* 17 = 열일곱 (yeolilgop)
* 18 = 열여덟 (yeolyeodeol)
* 19 = 열아홉 (yeolahop)
* 20 = 스물 (seumul)

30 = 서른 (seoreun)
40 = 마흔 (maheun)
50 = 쉰 (swin)
60 = 예순 (yesun)
70 = 일흔 (ilheun)
80 = 여든 (yeodeun)
90 = 아흔 (aheun)
100 = 온 (on) (archaic word; not used in modern Korean)
1000 = 즈믄 (jeumeun) (archaic word; not used in modern Korean/But in 2000, for New milenium life, used 새 즈믄해(sae juemuenhae))

Credits: UniLang Wiki


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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by timptimp2006 on Sun Feb 03, 2008 4:39 am

thanx for this.. it helped me alot
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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by Tangera on Sun Feb 03, 2008 8:44 am

I thought for Sino Korean numbers, the number 10 is pronounced "Ship/Shib" not "sib"?

hanja is exactly like chinese~ It's easier for me to catch the hanja part...haha.
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Post by photogeneric on Tue Feb 05, 2008 7:11 am

Tangera wrote:I thought for Sino Korean numbers, the number 10 is pronounced "Ship/Shib" not "sib"?

hanja is exactly like chinese~ It's easier for me to catch the hanja part...haha.


any "si" is pronounced as "shi" (0=

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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by louise on Mon Feb 11, 2008 1:58 am

i learn my korean number from my cellphone, it has this menu that allows the phone to scream it out loud everytime i push any button..so it's pretty embarassing everytime i use my cellphone in public..it keeps shouting "Il!" "Sam!" "Sa!"...and everyone will look at me like "What the hell is that??"
well anyway, just wanna share it..it's an Anycall anyway, my cellphone, and it has these freakin' features (in hangul!!)that i found very interesting, but i dunno how to use them...*sigh*

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Post by cjlatina on Tue Feb 12, 2008 7:16 am

louise wrote:i learn my korean number from my cellphone, it has this menu that allows the phone to scream it out loud everytime i push any button..so it's pretty embarassing everytime i use my cellphone in public..it keeps shouting "Il!" "Sam!" "Sa!"...and everyone will look at me like "What the hell is that??"
well anyway, just wanna share it..it's an Anycall anyway, my cellphone, and it has these freakin' features (in hangul!!)that i found very interesting, but i dunno how to use them...*sigh*


OMG that is so cool...do u know if we can get Anycall phones here in the States?

i would love to have that feature on my phone(which i don't have one anymore but would get a phone for that feature alone).hehehhehe

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Post by toocutedoggy on Tue Feb 12, 2008 12:54 pm

wow, this is awesome ...haha, i have learn new pharses today thanks to u ^^
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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by louise on Wed Feb 13, 2008 1:37 am

cjlatina wrote:
louise wrote:i learn my korean number from my cellphone, it has this menu that allows the phone to scream it out loud everytime i push any button..so it's pretty embarassing everytime i use my cellphone in public..it keeps shouting "Il!" "Sam!" "Sa!"...and everyone will look at me like "What the hell is that??"
well anyway, just wanna share it..it's an Anycall anyway, my cellphone, and it has these freakin' features (in hangul!!)that i found very interesting, but i dunno how to use them...*sigh*


OMG that is so cool...do u know if we can get Anycall phones here in the States?

i would love to have that feature on my phone(which i don't have one anymore but would get a phone for that feature alone).hehehhehe


scratch i dunno...

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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by khitee on Wed Feb 13, 2008 11:16 am

Kamsa hamnida!
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Post by ize101 on Mon Feb 25, 2008 10:41 pm

this just expanded my korean
vocabulary!! kahmsamnida
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Post by aznsaranghae on Thu Feb 28, 2008 4:57 pm

Oh wow, so cool. Thank you so much. (^__^) Really appreciate it. (^_^)
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Post by luvulongtym on Fri Apr 04, 2008 9:50 am

i wish i could learn how to talk and write like that. it looks to complicated.
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Post by madibi on Thu Jun 12, 2008 1:50 am

hahaha..this is really interesting..thanks for sharing!
i kinda know some/most of it, thanks to watching korean drama!! LOL..
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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by bunnixluv72 on Mon Jul 28, 2008 12:19 am

kinda easy to say
but writing is d hard part
thanx XD
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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by Orchidyaldix on Mon Jul 28, 2008 2:00 am

Cool!! thanx!!!
I've been trying to learn Korean since December last year...아이쿠!!
Is not that difficult though...i wish i had more time to learn it...
Thanx again!!!
감사합니다

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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by Cutie on Mon Jul 28, 2008 2:45 am

But in

아주머니 - ajumoni - Aunt (Formal)
아줌마 - ajumma - Aunt (Informal)
아저씨 - ajussi - Uncle

Ajumma/Ajussi would be more.. for like "ma'am (ajumma), mister (ajussi)". Like you meet this man, you would call him Ajussi. Same with Ajummas. A term more used for older woman. especially married women.. or with children..

You could call Ajussi for even a guy... even if he's not that much older, you wouldnt randomly call him "Oppa" ... like if he forgot his wallet you dont call out "Oppa!" if you dont know him or etc... so "mister" would be a better option.

Ah-ga-ssi would mean young miss. 아가씨

Mother's side

eemo - aunt
sam (a = ah) choon - uncle
eemo-bu = husband of aunt

Father's side

gomo (go+mo) = aunt
samchoon = uncle
gomobu = husband of aunt

ah. Romanization is harder than I thought TT.TT

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But anyways, thanks for posting this Michelle~ ^______________^
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Post by jiyong on Wed Nov 26, 2008 9:35 am

ah nyeong ha seh yo!!!

thanx for the post..
now i can learn korean from here..

kamsahamnida!!!
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Post by acidburn83 on Fri Feb 06, 2009 7:04 pm

ko ma weo yo!
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Re: Simple Phrases, Numbers, Family Members

Post by farah89 on Tue May 12, 2009 4:59 am

thank you..i love learned korean language...
thanx a lot...
can u give some more word... :P :love 3:
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