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Korean Hangul 2 Romanization 2 English 2 Alternative Transcript 2 Vocabulary 2 Grammar Points 3 Cultural Insight 5

bulgogi! jal meokgesseumnida! masisseoyo! eung! masisseo! jal meogeosseumnida.All Rights Reserved 2007 . 맛있어.com Learn Korean with FREE Podcasts Korean Hangul (1)남자 (2)여자 (3)남자 (4)여자 (5)남자 음. Romanization (1)namja (2)yeoja (3)namja (4)yeoja (5)namja eum. (expression) 2 Alternative Transcript (1)남자 (2)여자 (3)남자 (4)여자 (5)남자 음. Yea! It's delicious! Thanks for the meal.KoreanClass101.. 응! 맛있어! 잘 먹었습니다. English (1)Man (2)Woman (3)Man (4)Woman (5)Man Mm! Korean barbecue! Thanks for the meal.KoreanClass101.. 응! 맛있어! 잘 먹었어! LC: i01_INTRO1_081007 © www.com . 불고기! 잘 먹을게... (expression) Delicious. 맛있어요... 불고기! 잘 먹겠습니다.

3 Grammar Points "Thanks for the meal." and this can be translated more naturally as "Thank you for the meal. 감사합니다. but usually only when they are eating with someone else. I know him well.KoreanClass101." You can say this to anyon with whom you are eating.All Rights Reserved 2007 . 잘 먹겠습니다 ( jal meokgesseumnida ) literally means "I'm going to eat well. or to someone who is buying you the food. I can speak Japanese well. (before a meal) 잘 먹겠습니다 ( jal meokgesseumnida an expression that Korean people say before they ) is have a meal. Thank you very much Kalbi is delicious. 잘 ( jal) means "well" and 먹겠습니다 ( meokgesseumnidameans " 'm going to eat (from now)So ) I .KoreanClass101. I want to eat Korean barbecue! What did you eat? I ate very well. (expression) masisseo delicious (casual) jal well Synonyms Vocabulary Sample Sentences 이 찌개는 맛있어요. 불고기 먹고 싶어요! 뭐 먹었어요? 잘 먹었습니다. before the meal.com Learn Korean with FREE Podcasts Hangul 맛있다 잘 먹겠습니다 불고기 먹다 잘 먹었습니다 맛있어 잘 Vocabulary Romanization English masitda to be delicious jal meokgesseumnida ''I will eat well'' (phrase: used to thank someone for a meal) bulgogi Bulgogi (marinated barbeque) meokda to eat jal meogeossseumnidaThanks for the meal." 잘 먹겠습니다. LC: i01_INTRO1_081007 © www. 갈비 맛있어. This stew is delicious. 그를 잘 알아요. 일본어 잘 해요. 잘 먹겠습니다. Thank you for the food. The first word.com ." together.

but you ) is can still use this to a friend to whom you just use casual language. 잘 먹겠습니다 ( jal meokgesseumnida in the formal politeness level. which is "Thank you for the meal." ) "Thanks for the meal.KoreanClass101. . A: 맛있어? ( masisseo? .com . which ( ) basically means the same thing. 먹었습니다 ( meogeossumnida is in ( ) LC: i01_INTRO1_081007 © www."Is it delicious?" ) B: 맛있어. and ) after the translation of this phrase is the same as 잘 먹겠습니다 (jal meokgesseumnida ) in English.KoreanClass101. with a little more politeness added to it because of the ending '요' (yo).All Rights Reserved 2007 ." "It's delicious. When someone says 잘 먹겠습니다 ( jal meokgesseumnida you before eating. because its meaning is not analyzed in detail but the sentence itself is used like a fixed phrase. you can say 맛있어요masisseoyo instead.  ( masisseo." 잘 먹었습니다. (after a meal) 4 잘 먹었습니다 ( jal meogeosseumnidais an expression that you can say a meal. ( B: 잘 먹겠습니다. But if you to do want be more casual and say something lighter to friends of your age or those who are younger than you. 맛있어 ( masisseo comes from 맛 (mat which means "taste" and 있어 isseo) which means ) ) ( "there is/exists. 맛있어 ( masisseo is an expression that means "It's delicious. ( jal meokgesseumnida ) "Thank you for the food.com Learn Korean with FREE Podcasts This phrase." and together 맛있어 masisseo literally means "there is taste" or "this food ( ) has a taste." / "Let us enjoy the food." jal meokgesseumnida ) "Thank you." in the intimate politeness ) level. you can ) to simply reply by saying the same. becau the first word 잘 jal) means "well" and the second word. )." You can also use this phrase as a question just by raising the tone at the end. If you want to be more polite."It is delicious. A: 잘 먹겠습니다." which can be translated into English more naturally as "It's tasty. you can say 잘 먹을게 ( jal meogeulge which also means the same thing." 맛있어." But this phrase is used only after a meal.

com Learn Korean with FREE Podcasts the past tense. compared to some other typically spicy Korean dishes like ) Kimchi. and the reason for this name is that the seasoning is made with pepper sauce in it. so the color of the meat is usually red brown.com . meaning "I ate. 5 LC: i01_INTRO1_081007 © www." If you want to be a little less formal and say this phrase to a friend. you can say 잘 jal ( 먹었어 meogeosseo). so you can find it in the menu in almost every restaurant in Korea. 불 ( bul means "fire" and ) 불 () ) 고기 ( gogi) means "meat". but 불고기 ( bulgogi is one of the most typical ) dishes in Korea. 불고기 ( ) bulgogi gets its name from the two words. 불고기 (bulgogi is not always so spicy.KoreanClass101. Apart from the fact that the meat is broiled with the pepper sauce. But unlike the name. bul and 고기 ( gogi).KoreanClass101. Cultural Insight 불고기 ( bulgogi ) 불고기 ( bulgogi is the name for roasted/broiled meat with seasoning in Korea. the recipe differs from person to person and house to house.All Rights Reserved 2007 .