thank you in Korean language.
Thank You - 감사합니다 (gamsahabnida)
I'm learning Korean myself, but to say thank you, just say Kamsahamnida.
Gohmapseumnida to be formal and Gamsahamnida informally.
You say it like "johen Christmas" Johen is Merry and Christmas is Christmas. 좋은 크리스마스 Because I have Korean Keys, I can type in Korean letters and STUFFS. ;);) I hope that answer is useful to you. Hahahahahaha. Thank you. Bye!
make in the korean language is: matu
Korean (language) is a language isolate. Although Korean has sometimes been categorized with the Altaic language family, this view is now rather outdated.
You could study Korean language because you need to know the language for business or other matters, as a second language, or because you want to know the language of your ancestors, if you are of Korean heritage.
to communicate well korean language,,and understand what they talkig,,and also speak well their language
감사 합니다 내 딸 = thank you my daughter
Korean was a language that naturally developed on the Korean peninsula. King Saejong the Great was responsible for devising the current Hangeul alphabet for the Korean language. (It previously used the Chinese ideographs -- Hanzi.) Korean is not a created language; it is not Esperanto or Klingon.
"Only for you" is written as "dangsin man-ui" in the Korean language.
감사합니다 감사합니다 = thank you
In Korean, it is 선배
You can get a tutor to teach you Korean
Pinamaya (Thank You) Pinamaya (Thank You)
when Korean language test is coming in islamabad