The holidays are coming to an end and now it's time to be thankful for everything!
Here are three ways to say thank you:
This is based off of Chinese characters, so this is the most formal polite way to say thank you. Words based off of Chinese are typically used for business or formal settings :D
The pronunciation is a little tricky! Don't say gam-sa-hap-ni-da...its more flow-y so just say 'gam-sam-ni-da' :D (thank you @currysoop for noticing my typo!!!)
This means the same thing as 감사합니다 but because it is pure Korean, not based off of Chinese, it is slightly less formal. If you say this to older people or people you need to respect, it won't be considered rude though! It's just a little more comfortable.
Use this with people you respect but you're still close with such as aunts, uncles, people you work with, etc.
Use with friends!!!
Literally "thank you" just written cutely in Korean^^