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How do you say thank you in Korean?
There are several answers depending on the honorifics: Polite: Kamshaeyo Kamashamnida Gomawo yo Komapseumnida Informal: Gomawo Kamsa. The most common would be ê°ì¬…í©ëë¤ (kamsahamnida). .
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.
Formally: kam-sa-ham-ni-da (감사합니다) Informal: ko-ma-wah (고마워)
감사합니다 gam-sa-hap-nee-da; 고맙습니다 go-map-seup-nee-da
The phrase 'thank you' and 'sorry' in Korean are: Thank you -감사합니다 (gamsahamnida) - formal고마워 (gomawo) - casual Sorry -죄송합니다 (joesunghamnida) - forma…l미안헤 (mianhae) - casual
wa jusyeoseo gamsahabnida
Annyeonghi keseyo modu kamsahamnida
u cant say that their is no words for it...
"Gam-sa-hap-ni-da" (when talking to older person) "Go-ma-wuh" (talking to same age or younger person)
감사합니다 kamsahamnida ^_^
' 말할 수 고 마 워 '' 말할 수 고 마 워 ' = 'I can say thanks
I'm learning Korean myself, but to say thank you, just say Kamsahamnida.
komawo - thanks (pronounced koh-ma-woh) kamsahamnida - thank you (politer version - pronounce kahm-sah-am-nee-da)
In South Korea
It is a sign of respect and also a tradition for them.