Lesson #3 - Getting What You Want Using Korean

June 6th, 2007

Learn Korean travel phrases with SurvivalPhrases.com. A little Korean can go such a long way! Whether you’re traveling, visiting, or sightseeing, SurvivalPhrases.com has all the essential travel phrases just for you! Today we cover another high frequency phrase which will be sure to be of use on your trip, vacation, or travels to Korea.

In today’s lesson we’ll go over an essential phrase when traveling in Korea. Whether you’re shopping, in a restaurant, at a bar, or at the convenience store, there’s a phrase that’s useful for every situation. In today’s lesson, learn to how say “please!” Be sure to stop by SurvivalPhrases.com and leave us a post!

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12 responses to “Getting What You Want Using Korean”

29 12 2007
marie (03:43:06) :

I find the lessons very clear (Im only at the 3d), just the right playing time, and I will try to keep going on. Thank you for this podcast.

18 01 2008
earl Wynn (15:58:20) :

great lessons, but hard or impossible to get to the one you want, even if its the next one. Like three to four. This does not encourage me to pay for additional lessons :???:

8 02 2008
Evan Stoddard (13:17:12) :

Hi, Keith. I’m puzzled on this one. My Korean daughter-in-law said “geoga” isn’t the right word for “that” in the situation you describe. I forget what word she used, but she said I’d want a different one. Can you clear this up for me? Thanks.

Best wishes,
Evan Stoddard

1 04 2008
edva (00:58:24) :

I`m from Israel. I enjoy to learn these lessons very much.
The way of teaching is clear to understand, simple,
and helping a new learner who dosent now anything about Korean.
I love also the explanations about the culture.
Thanks for this inovating way of learning.

16 06 2008
aubrey (01:06:24) :

:razz: i want to thank you !!! this site is VERY very HELPFUL…and very clear..esp.. for newbies like me.. -im from phils

26 06 2008
Arnel (19:36:08) :

I never thought you’re a Korean Keith. Your accent is excellent!..

13 06 2009
joey (09:25:29) :

his last name is Kim so that should give it away, but he is great and has helped me a lot.

22 06 2009
Ashton (15:18:30) :

This is truly helpful. Reading and writing Hangul is one thing but pronouncing it is a different story all together. Thanks again, I am finding it helpful so far.

16 02 2010
Don (03:08:38) :

To Evan Stoddard, I’ve heard the word ‘Yogi’ (요 기), used for that.

10 04 2010
Nigel (12:24:14) :

Love the podcasts and PDFs. Very helpful. However, I have a question on this lesson.

I have a text book and it introduces THIS as ige and THAT as keuge (near you) or jeoge (away from both of us). How come you teach igeo and not ige? Are they specific to different items or situations?

26 12 2010
Zazo0 (04:51:29) :

thank u alot
yeeh really i’d like to try kemtshy

22 10 2011
modelowanie finansowe (07:53:35) :

whoah this blog is great i love reading your articles. Keep up the good work! You know, many people are looking around for this info, you could help them greatly.

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