Sorry in Korean: How to say Sorry in Korean, not just Mianhaeyo!

In Korean culture, apologizing is a way to show respect and humility. The formal phrase for “I’m sorry” is “죄송합니다” (joesonghamnida), while the casual phrase is “미안합니다” (mianhamnida). “제가 잘못했어요” (jega jalmot haesseoyo) means “I did wrong” and can be used to apologize for a specific action or mistake. Remember, saying “I’m sorry” in Korean can go a long way in diffusing conflicts and maintaining relationships.

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Happy New Year in Korean: Greetings and Traditions

Learn the ins and outs of celebrating the Korean New Year, including how to say “Happy New Year” in Korean, the cultural traditions and customs of Seollal, and the significance of New Year’s resolutions in Korean culture. Immerse yourself in the unique holiday celebrations of Korea and discover the rich cultural traditions that define the start of the new year in the country.

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200 Popular Korean Girl Names With Meanings

It is a common belief that an excellent Korean girl name brings luck, and an unfit name may bring bad luck. Therefore, Korean parents generally prefer to give their baby girls, names that embody goodwill, prosperousness, and have positive connotations in their meaning and sound.

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20 Useful Tips to Learn Korean Fast

Learning a new language, like Korean can sound like an impossible task. Many people think that to learn a language, you have to move to the country of origin, or spend hours upon hours stuck behind books, studying and memorising new words, and grammar rules. But traveling is expensive, and being stuck behind a book just studying, can be quite boring.

Below is a list of 20 amazing tips to help you learn, and master Korean in no time! Pick and choose between these and see which work best for you.

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20 Best Online Korean Courses: Top Korean Classes

As the 18th most used language in the world, with more than 75 million speakers, Korean is a useful language to learn in order to better your prospects in both business and travel. You may think that Korean is hard to learn because it has a different writing system but the Korean alphabet is very easy. The language is considered to have the most logical system of writing in the world.

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Korean Alphabet A to Z: Complete Guide to Hangul’s Usage

Korea is a country known for their culture, Korean pop (k-pop) songs and drama (k-drama). Learning how to speak Korean to even further understand the culture is not as difficult as it seems. The Korean alphabet, or “Hangul”, consists of 14 consonants and 10 vowels, that can be learned in a few minutes!

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Meaning of Oppa 오빠, Noona, Unnie, Hyung and more!

The way people address each other is heavily influenced by their relationships with one another and the social context. It is trickier in some cultures to find the correct honorific to use to address someone than in others. We will focus on Korean honorifics in this article by specifically looking at the honorific Oppa. Using Oppa can be a little confusing. It literally translates to “older brother” but now is used in different ways

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