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Korean translation: annyenghasimnika? & chal chumusipsio

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02:55 Mar 26, 2003
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: good morning, good afternoon, good night
generally in korea
rleonora
Korean translation:annyenghasimnika? & chal chumusipsio
Explanation:
annyenghasimnika?

normally people say that at any time of the day. Saying "good morning" and "good afternoon" is not common.

Good night:
chal chumusipsio(very polite)
or
chal chaye (less formal but still polite)

chal cha (informal)
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uFO
South Korea
Local time: 20:10
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5annyenghasimnika? & chal chumusipsio
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annyenghasimnika? & chal chumusipsio


Explanation:
annyenghasimnika?

normally people say that at any time of the day. Saying "good morning" and "good afternoon" is not common.

Good night:
chal chumusipsio(very polite)
or
chal chaye (less formal but still polite)

chal cha (informal)

uFO
South Korea
Local time: 20:10
PRO pts in pair: 4
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