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How do you say thank you in Korean?

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There are quite a few different ways to express "thank you" in the Korean language. Some of the most common are:
  • 감사합니다 (kamsahamnida) - formal
  • 고맙습니다 (komapseumnida) - formal
  • 고마워 (gomawo) - casual
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How do you say thank you in Korean language?

There are several answers depending on the honorifics: Polite: Kamshaeyo Kamashamnida Gomawo yo Komapseumnida Informal: Gomawo Kamsa. The most common would be 감사

How do you say thanks in Korean?

gam-sa-ham-ni-da <-- pronunciation when you spell it out its gamsahamnida. the letters K and G are used similarly so it could also be kamsahamnida.

How do you say 'thank you' and 'sorry' in Korean?

The phrase 'thank you' and 'sorry' in Korean are: Thank you -감사합니다 (gamsahamnida) - formal고마워 (gomawo) - casual Sorry -죄송합니다 (joesunghamnida) - forma