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Common Korean Phrases

Common Korean Phrases to help you around Korean Speaking Countries


If you ever play to visit a country where the primary spoken language is Korean, then knowing and being able to use common Korean phrases. Even though English is gradually becoming the most used language in international business in some situations. Speaking the language of the locals and talking to the people. It shows respect and an effort to their culture with just knowing a few common Korean phrases.

In any language you should be able to greet people and introduce yourself or simply ask for help or directions. Korean greeting and phrases to start or end conversations. Being able to introduce yourself in Korean. Being able to say your “Sorry” or ask politely for someone to repeat themselves. Common Korean words and phrases like saying “yes’ and “no”

Most of the sentences below can be used for travel and daily life conversations. So they might come handy if you memorizes and practice then. The following is a list of common Korean phrases that you may need to know in the Korean language:


Common Korean Phrases: Korean Greetings and Phrases
Korean Greetings and Phrases
Common Korean Phrases: How to Introduce Yourself in Korean
How to Introduce Yourself in Korean
Common Korean Phrases: Asking for Help or Directions in Korean
Asking for Help or Directions in Korean
Common Korean Phrases: Correcting a Misunderstanding in Korean
Correcting Misunderstanding in Korean
Common Korean Phrases: Korean Phrases
Common Korean Phrases

I hope you find this page of common Korean phrases useful in your travels. Memorizes them and try to incorporate them into your daily conversations.

To find more Korean Words. Read Part 1 at Korean Vocabulary Words for Greetings, Family, and More!
To find more Korean Words. Read Part 2 at Korean Vocabulary Lists for Months, Animals, and More!

Interested in further study into Korean or confused on where to start? I recommend reading our Korean Beginners Guide or sign up below to the Importance of Korean Newsletter!

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