Level 1 Lesson 1 / Hello, Thank you / 안녕하세요, 감사합니다

Welcome to the very first lesson at TalkToMeInKorean.com! If you are an absolute beginner of the Korean language, start with this lesson and practice with us. Don’t worry if you do not know how to read and write in Korean yet. We will guide you through every step of learning Korean. In this lesson, you can learn how to say “Hello.” and “Thank you.” in Korean.

“Hello.” is “안녕하세요. [an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]” and “Thank you.” is “감사합니다. [gam-sa-hap-ni-da]” If you already know how to say these expressions, listen to the lesson to find out how to say them most naturally. If you can make a video of yourself saying these expressions, that would be FANTASTIC!

감사합니다!


You can download both the PDF lesson notes and the MP3 audio track for this lesson below, and if you want to learn with our various textbooks and workbooks, you can get them on our online bookstore at MyKoreanStore.com. If you have any questions about this lesson, please leave us comments below!

 

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Go to the Grammar Curriculum page to see all of our grammar lessons.

And now that you’ve learned how to say “Hello” and “Thank you”, if you’d like to start learning how to read and write in Korean using Hangeul, the writing system of the Korean language, please check out the course below!

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This 7-part video course is brought to you by the team at http://talktomeinkorean.com to help you learn how to read and write in Hangeul, the Korean writing system. Many people think it will be difficult to learn, but you can actually learn to recognize the sounds that Korean words represent very quickly. Take this course to completely learn to read Hangeul.

Level 1 Lesson 1 / Hello, Thank you / 안녕하세요, 감사합니다
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  • Adriana Holujová

    안녕하세요 . How do you translate “Thank you for being my dance role model”? I hope i wrote this correct. I really like this learning programme because it explains most of the things easily.

  • Rasha Alharam

    안녕하세요 🙂 reviewing level one all over again

  • kamonia

    Going to try and learn Korean for once

    • Lyllah Alegria

      Samee XD

  • Elane

    This is the best source to learn Korean I have ever seen…And I’ve searched a bit xD. Just wish I could pay for it. Currency exchange is a … pain in my tooshie! xD
    I’m glad we can at least hear these podcasts. 🙂
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    • You can find apps like Memrise, Danbi and PopPoppingKorean (for Kids) but help a lot. Hope can help you 😀

    • Elane

      Thank you, Dry! I was actually thinking of searching for a few apps just yesterday. 😀 I’ll try those. 🙂

  • Dino

    When I downloaded the PDF , the file won’t open 🙁 is it the problem in my phone or the file? Thank you!

  • I love it, it’s practical and an easy form. 감사합니다

  • Angel C.

    Finally and for real starting serious lessons. So lucky to find sites like this and people who help a lot.

  • Meghan Olsen

    I just started learning and I love how simple it is to learn! Especially compared to languages such as spanish or french. 시간과 노력에 감사드립니다.

  • nessa gayla Gabiana

    I can’t download some of your pdf files. The file cannot be found.I hope you could fix it. I am really interested on learning, atleast basic korean. Thank you. God bless.