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18:14 Jan 28, 2002
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: how
how are you today
larry martel
Korean translation:Annyong haseyo?
Explanation:
This is the expression used in greeting someone. Something like, "Are you at peace?" "Today" in Korean is "Onul" but it is not used in conjuction with "Annyong haseyo."

A literal translation of "how are you today" is "Onul, Ottoseyo?"



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Note added at 2002-01-28 18:40:51 (GMT)
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안녕 하세요? = Annyong haseyo?
오늘 어떠세요? = Onul, Ottoseyo?
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Annyong haseyo?


Explanation:
This is the expression used in greeting someone. Something like, "Are you at peace?" "Today" in Korean is "Onul" but it is not used in conjuction with "Annyong haseyo."

A literal translation of "how are you today" is "Onul, Ottoseyo?"



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Note added at 2002-01-28 18:40:51 (GMT)
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안녕 하세요? = Annyong haseyo?
오늘 어떠세요? = Onul, Ottoseyo?

xxxSisal
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agree  organizer: For older people use "Ottoseyo."
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