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11:41 Dec 20, 2000
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Good afternoon.
Greeting to be used online.
Raul Garza
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Summary of answers provided
na안녕하십시까?
Kwang Cho


  

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7 days
안녕하십시까?


Explanation:
Koreans say "안녕하십니까?" to greet no matter what time it is (morning, afternoon, evening).

Kwang Cho
United States
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