8: 주세요 / Pahinge po

We talked about the expression pahinge po that is “ju-se-yo / 주세요” in Korean. Learn how to ask and tell someone ‘to give’ you something. Listen and find out the other usages of this this expression. As an example, a teacher in Oncub called her student a few minutes late, she can say this to her student, Here is the …

5: 네 아니요 / Oo Hindi

In Korean, when you want to express your agreement to what the other person said, say “ne” / 네. However, when you want to express your disagreement to what the other person said, say “a-ni-yo” / 아니요. Do you listen to our podcast or following us? Let us know by leaving us a comment below, “yes” or “no.” Thank you. …

1: 안녕하세요 / Magandang umaga

Welcome to the very first episode at “Do It Like Me Podcast!” On this episode, we talked about “Magandang umaga.” Magandang umaga is [an-nyeong-ha-se-yo] 안녕하세요 in Korean as a universal greeting which literally means “Are you at peace?” Start learning Korean expressions with us. We will be covering an easy and simple expression for you to learn easily through every …