Learn Korean Greetings and Introducing a Person to Another

Learn Korean Greetings and Introducing a Person to Another

Here are simple conversations on Korean greetings and Korean expressions when introducing a person to another. I also included the Romanized version, and both its English and Tagalog translation.

Steven meets Ana

Steven: 이름이 뭐예요?

Romanized : ireumi mweoyeyo?

English:  What is your name?

Tagalog: Ano ang pangalan mo?

 

Ana: 저는 아나예요. 이름이 뭐예요?

Romanized:  Joeneun anayeyo. Ireumi mweoyeyo?

English: I am Ana. What is your name?

Tagalog: Ako si Ana. Ano ang pangalan mo?

 

Steven: 저는 스티븐이예요. 아나씨, 어누 나라 사람이에요?

Romanized: Joeneun Seutibeuniyeyo. Anasshi, eonu nara saramieyo?

English: I am Steven. Ana, which country are you from?

Tagalog: Ako si Steven. Ana, saang bansa ka nanggaling?

 

Ana: 저는 필리핀 사람이예요. 스티븐씨, 어누 나라 사람이에요?

Romanized: Jeoneun Pillipin Saramieyo. Seutibeunsshi, eonu nara saramieyo?

English: I am from Philippines. Steven, which country are you from?

Tagalog: Ako ay nanggaling sa Pilipinas. Steven, saang bansa ka  nanggaling?

 

Steven: 저는 한국 사람이에요.아나씨는, 학생이에요?

Romanized: Jeoneun Hanguk Saramieyo. Anassineun, haksaengieyo?

English: I am from Korea. Ana, are you a student?

Tagalog: Ako ay naggaling sa Korea. Ana, ikaw ba ay isang mag-aaral?

 

Ana : 아니요. 저는 학생이 아니에요. 선생님이에요. 스티븐씨, 요리사예요?

Romanized:  Aniyo. Jeoneun haksaengi anieyo. Seonsaengnimieyo. Seutibeunssi, yorisayeyo?

English: No. I am not a student. I am a teacher. Steven, are you a cook?

Tagalog: Hindi ako mag aaral. Ako ay isang guro. Steven, ikaw ba ay isang tagapag luto?

 

Steven: 아니요. 저는 요리사가 아니에요. 회사원이에요.

Romanized: Aniyo. Jeoneun yorisaga anieyo. Huesawonieyo.

English: No. I am not a cook. I am an office worker.

Tagalog. Hindi ako isang tagapagluto. Ako ay isang empleyado.

 

     Ana introduces Steven and David with each other

 

Ana: 스티븐씨, 여기는 데이빋씨예요. 데이빋씨, 스티븐씨예요.

Romanized: Seutibeunssi, yeogineun Deividssiyeyo. Deividssi, Seutibeunssiyeo.

English: Steven, here is David. David, here is Steven.

Tagalog. Steven, siya ay si David. David, siya ay si Steven.

 

David: 안녕하세요? 저는 데이빋이에요.

Romanized: Annyonghaseyo? Jeoneun Deividieyo.

English: How are you? I am David.

Tagalog: Kamusta ka? Ako si David.

 

Steven: 네. 안녕하세요? 제 이름은 스티분이에요.

Romanized: Ne. Annyonghaseyo? Je ireumeun Seutibunieyo?

English: Yes. How are you? My name is Steven.

Tagalog : Mabuti. Kamusta ka? Ako si Steven.

 

David: 네. 만나서 반가워요. 스티븐씨도, 선생님이에요?

Romanized: Ne. Mannaseo Bangaweoyo. Seutibeunssido, seonsaengnimieyo?

English: Yes. Glad to meet you. Steven, are you also a teacher?

Tagalog: Ikinalulugod kong makilala ka. Steven, ikaw ba ay isa ring guro?

 

Steven: 아니요. 자는 선생님이 아니에요. 저는 회사원이에요.

Romanized: Aniyo. Jeoneun seonsaengnimi anieyo. Jeoneun Huesaweoniyeyo.

English: No. I am not a teacher. I am an office worker.

Tagalog: Hindi ako isang guro. Ako ay isang empleyado.

Learn Korean Greetings and Introducing a Person to Another

 

Note: The Romanized Version is included just to guide you in how the Hangeul characters are read. It  is still advisable to read the Hangeul characters without the use of the Romanized version.

 

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Ana Rose Alvaro

Ana Rose was born and raised in the Philippines. A full-time teacher and a part-time student. She loves her simple and yet adventurous life with her wonderful family, great friends, and supportive boyfriend. Roads and Pages serves as her outlet to share what she loves to do the most in her life. Those are spending time with people who matter the most, reading books, and traveling one country at a time.

2 Comments to Learn Korean Greetings and Introducing a Person to Another

  1. Love your sharing here as I love to learn new languages too. Always wanna register for a Korean class, however yet to have time for it yet. Your post here reminded me to gonna start my planning soon, so that I can learn Korean soon 😀 Cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  2. I’m actually planning on visiting Korea soon, so these are all good things to learn! Did you get better treatment when you spoke Korean with the locals? I’m shy talking to them because they might look at me weirdly if I have a strange accent haha. I hope that won’t be the case. Thanks for this helpful post!

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