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mi-an-hae-yo informal: mianhae ~ 미안해 very informal: mian ~ 미안 other ways of saying it: (but these can’t always be used to say sorry and can be used like ‘excuse me’ e.g to get somebody’s attention joesonghamnida ~ 죄송합니다 (formal) joesongiyo ~ 죄송이요

pronoun: mi-an-hae-yo informal: mianhae ~ 미안해 very informal: mian ~ 미안 other ways of saying it: (but these can’t always be used to say sorry and can be used like ‘excuse me’ e.g to get somebody’s attention joesonghamnida ~ 죄송합니다 (formal) joesongiyo ~ 죄송이요

Learn korean / تعلم الكورية

Learn korean / تعلم الكورية

The most common way to say "yes" in the Korean language is to use the word "ne" (Hangul: 네).

The most standard way to say "yes" in Korean is to use the word "ne" (Hangul: 네). "Ye" (예) is synonymous with "ne" and can be used interchangeably. Note that "ye" can sound a bit more polite than "ne.

In today's KWotD, we will learn how to say 'music' in Korean. For this we use the word eumak (in Hangul: 음악). As a beginner, the most important verb to know if you want to use this in a sentence is deureoyo (들어요) which means "listen."

In today's KWotD, we will learn how to say 'music' in Korean. For this we use the word eumak (in Hangul: 음악). As a beginner, the most important verb to know if you want to use this in a sentence is deureoyo (들어요) which means "listen.