Basic Travel Part 3

here are some helpful phrases to use when problems occur

Leave me alone. 혼자 내버려 둬요. (honja naebeoryeo dwuh-yo)

Don’t touch me! 만지지 마세요 (manjiji ma-say-yo!)

I’ll call the police. 경찰을 부를거에요 (gyeongchareul bureu keuh-ae-yo!)

Police! 경찰! (gyeongchal!)

Stop! Thief! 서라! 도둑이야! (seora! dodukiya!)

I need your help. 당신의 도움이 필요합니다. (dangshin-ui doumi pilyohamnida)

It’s an emergency. 응급 상황입니다. (eungkeup sanghwang-imnida)

I’m lost. 길을 잃었습니다. (gireul ireosseumnida)

I lost my bag. 가방을 잃었습니다. (gabang-eul ireosseumnida)

I lost my wallet. 지갑을 잃었습니다. (jikabeul ireosseumnida)

I’m sick. 아픕니다. (apeumnida) or Apa 아파 is good to

I’ve been injured. 상처를 입었습니다. (sangcheoreul ibeosseumnida)

I need a doctor. 의사가 필요합니다. (uisaga pilyohamnida)

Can I use your phone? 당신의 전화기를 사용해도 되겠습니까? (dangshin-ui jeonhwagireul sayonghaedo doegesseumnikka?)

Basics : Common Phrases to know when traveling to Korea

Most of you that follow me, follow for 3 reasons
1) YOU ARE AMAZING ^_^ (I love you)
2) Because of KPOP/Dramas
3) You are going to Korea

SO for the next few posts:: these are the basic basic common phrases that one should know when traveling to Korea. 

Hello. (formal안녕하세요. (ahn nyeong ha seh yo) : Most of you know this word. Use it to people you don’t know. someone older, elder, teachers, respectful and polite way to say hi

Hello. (informal) 안녕. (annyeong) : Say hi to your friends, little kids, or people of the same age if they let you. Wave at them ^_^

Hello? (on the phone여보세요. (yeoboseyo) Make sure you say it as like a question when you answer the phone. 

How are you? 어떻게 지내십니까? (Euh-tteo-ke ji-nae-shimni-kka?)

(I’m) Fine, thank you. 잘 지냅니다, 감사합니다. (Jal ji-nae(b)-ni-da, gam-sah-ham-nida) 

What is your name? 성함이 어떻게 되세요? (seonghami eotteoke doeseyo?) This is a very polite version

What’s your name? 이름이 뭐에요? (Ee-reum-ee Mo-ae-yo) 

My name is ______ . 제 이름은 ______입니다. (Jae Ee-reum-un ____ imnida)

I am _____. (my name is저는 _____입니다 (Juh-neun _____imnida)

Nice to meet you. 만나서 반갑습니다. (Man-na-seuh ban-gap-seub-nida)

Please. 부탁합니다. (Bu-tak-hap-nida): also saying “I ask of you”

Thank you. 감사합니다. (gamsahamnida)

You’re welcome. 천만입니다. (cheonmanimnida)

Yes. 예/네. (ye/ne)

No. 아니오. (anio)

Excuse me. (getting attention실례합니다. (shill(y)e hamnida)

I’m sorry. 죄송합니다. (joesonghamnida)

Goodbye. (to person leaving안녕히 가세요. (Ahn-nyung-hee gaseyo)

Goodbye (to person staying안녕히 계세요. (Ahn-nyung-hee gay-seyo)

Goodbye (informal안녕. (annyeong)