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.
1. 돈 주세요 (don ju-se-yo)
[Give me money]
2. 물 주세요 (mul ju-se-yo)
[ Give me water]
3. 열쇠 주세요 (yeol-swe ju-se-yo)
[ Give me the key]
4. 콜라 주세요 (kol-la ju-se-yo)
[Give me Coke]
As an example, a teacher in Oncub called her student a few minutes late, she can say this to her student,
늦은 것 용서해 주세요.
(neu-juen geot yeong-seo-hae ju-se-yo)
[Please forgive me for being late.]
Here is the question, how would you say ‘Please save me’ in Korean? Please let us know if you know the answer by leaving your comments below. Thank you so much!