You're going to have people who are curious about your experiences so you're probably going to be asked things like...
"Have you ever tried Korean food? Have you ever seen a Korean movie? Have you ever been to Namsan?"
Here's the grammar pattern for:
Have you ever tried...
1. Take your verb (먹다 - to eat)
2. Change it to present informal (먹어)
3. Add 본 적이 있어요?
It becomes: ___먹은 적이 있어요?
Have you ever tried eating ____?
한식 먹어 본 적 있어요?
(han-shik meok-eo bohn jeok i-sseo-yo?)
Have you ever tried Korean food?
You can say just yes or no but you can also say...
How to answer:
한식 먹어 본 적 있어요!
(han-shik meok-eo bohn jeok i-sseo-yo)
I have tried Korean food!
한식 먹어 본 적 없어요?
(han-shik meok-eo bohn jeok oeb-sseo-yo)
I haven't tried Korean food.
Listen at 0:33 to hear the Wonder Girls say it!
So, my question is:
한국에 가 본 적이 있어요?
(han-guk-eh ka bohn jeok-i i-sseo-yo?)