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How Much Korean Do I Use On An Average Day in Seoul?
I was really nervous coming to Korea for the first time because I wasn't fluent in Korean. I wanted to make this to show you how much I use on a daily basis to give you an idea about how much you should try to learn :) I hope its helpful!!! Here are a few basic things to learn~ Ordering Food and Drinks: __λͺ…μ΄μ—μš”. (ν•œλͺ…μ΄μ—μš”, 두λͺ…μ΄μ—μš”) - One person, two people. When you walk into a cafe or restaurant they'll ask how many people need a table~ ____μ£Όμ„Έμš” - please give me Just say the food/drink you want + juseyo! κ³„μ‚°μ΄μ—μš”~ - i'd like to pay you usually pay up front in the restaurant instead of waiting for a check at your table so you can get up and say this to get their attention :) Travel Words: μ΄λ²ˆμ—­μ€ - this station is all subways and most buses will announce the stops in english but if you want to train your ear, listen for this phrase in korean :) μ™Όμͺ½/였λ₯Έμͺ½ - left/right very helpful for directions obviously^^ Random Tips: I used to be really afraid of speaking Korean because I didn't want to make a mistake, but then I saw how many people here tried their best to speak English to me and it didnt bother me at all that it wasnt absolutely perfect. I was so impressed that they knew so much English! Thats when I realized that people dont care if you make mistakes, its amazing that you can even form a small sentence so just go for it! Learning any little bit of a foreign language is an accomplishment and you should be proud even if you can only say 'hello' and 'thank you.' My Korean level has improved so much just because I have pushed myself and tried. and tbh, i've made a lot of mistakes and people correct me and i never forget it again hahaha Good luck to all those studying Korean!!!