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Hello. Welcome to the Republic of South Korea.

Korean translation: 한국에 온 것을 환영합니다.

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English term or phrase:Hello. Welcome to the Republic of South Korea.
Korean translation:한국에 온 것을 환영합니다.
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15:20 Aug 8, 2002
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English term or phrase: Hello. Welcome to the Republic of South Korea.
For use at a children's International Festival, we would like to be able to say, "Hello. Welcome to the Republic of South Korea." We also want to use the same phrase for Kenya, Brazil, Germany, and Italy. Can you help us?
Joy Starr
한국에 온 것을 환영합니다.
Explanation:
In Korean ONLY, the phrase in the above line will be translated into my suggestion.

For Kenya, Brazil, Germany, and Italy, you could use each nation's name instead of "the Republic of South Korea."

I mean, "케냐, 브라질, 독일" or "이탈리아" instead of "한국" in the above sentence.

So, you can say, "케냐에 온 것을 환영합니다." etc.

HTH.
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PS: The above phrase would be sound much like "Hahn-Khu-E, Oh-Sihn-Geo-Sul, Hwan-Yound-Hahp-Nih-Dah." The ',' must be keep to distinguish the difference of meanings. Be careful!
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organizer
South Korea
Local time: 01:14
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Thank you for your explicit answer. It will be very helpful. We will try to get some help with pronunciation of the words from some friends or collegues. Thank you again.
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한국에 온 것을 환영합니다.


Explanation:
In Korean ONLY, the phrase in the above line will be translated into my suggestion.

For Kenya, Brazil, Germany, and Italy, you could use each nation's name instead of "the Republic of South Korea."

I mean, "케냐, 브라질, 독일" or "이탈리아" instead of "한국" in the above sentence.

So, you can say, "케냐에 온 것을 환영합니다." etc.

HTH.
---

PS: The above phrase would be sound much like "Hahn-Khu-E, Oh-Sihn-Geo-Sul, Hwan-Yound-Hahp-Nih-Dah." The ',' must be keep to distinguish the difference of meanings. Be careful!

organizer
South Korea
Local time: 01:14
Native speaker of: Native in KoreanKorean
PRO pts in pair: 48
Grading comment
Thank you for your explicit answer. It will be very helpful. We will try to get some help with pronunciation of the words from some friends or collegues. Thank you again.
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