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03:52 Aug 15, 2002
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: hi
Hi How are you?
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5 +1Annyounghaseyo?Greentea
5"Annyanghasaeyo "? or "attakhae jinaessayo?"
Sanjay Jha
5An Nyeong Ha Se Yo.mc


  

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Annyounghaseyo?


Explanation:
When you want to say, "How are you?" or "Hi!" in Korean, you should say,"Annyounghaseyo?".

Greentea
South Korea
Local time: 11:33
Native speaker of: Native in KoreanKorean
PRO pts in pair: 17

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An Nyeong Ha Se Yo.


Explanation:
You can use "An Nyeong Ha Se Yo" to anybody and anytime in Korean. Not like English, there is no specific greetings for certain timing in Korean. "An Nyeong Ha Se Yo" means "Is everything all right? It came from Korean history. Koreans went through many attacks from neighbours in old days and people checked each other see if they are all right. I guess Koreans still do.

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"Annyanghasaeyo "? or "attakhae jinaessayo?"


Explanation:
Annyanghasaeyo means "Hi how r u ?" and attakhae jinaessayo means "how r u these days"

Sanjay Jha
Local time: 08:33
Native speaker of: Native in HindiHindi, Native in EnglishEnglish
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