Level 3 Lesson 16 / Let’s / -아/어/여요 (청유형)

안녕하세요!In this lesson, let’s look at how to say “let’s” in Korean! There are many different ways to say this, but let’s look at the most common and neutral way to say it, as well as how you are NOT supposed to say it. 감사합니다.

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Level 3 Lesson 16 / Let’s / -아/어/여요 (청유형)
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  • JUN

    한국어 공부를 언제 시작하실래요? 🙂
    지금부터 같이 공부해요. 어때요?:) 🙂

  • Kendra Sintim-Aboagye

    이번 렛선에, “5. -(ㅇ)실래요? [polite/formal]”를 썼는데, “5. -(으)*실래요? [polite/formal]” 안그래요?
    항상 고맙습니당~ ^^

    • Seokjin Jin

      Ah… Yes. -(으)실래요 is right. ^^

    • Kendra Sintim-Aboagye

      와, 진석진 쌤이다! 헬로! ㅎㅎ 예 선생님! 알겠습니다. ㅅㅡㅅ

  • Wen Barker

    Hi – Just discovered your website and I’m really enjoying these lessons. But I think this lesson may be a bit misleading. Many of the endings you describe here seem to me to mean something more akin to “Shall we…?” or “Would you like to…?” I think “Let’s…” is closer to -ja or -bshida (sorry, no Hangeul keyboard on this computer. Anyhow, am I right about this?

    • Odette C.

      Well there were only 2 out of the 5 endings that ended with questions, and they were both polite endings. If you were trying to be polite, you wouldn’t really just say “Let’s” which isn’t letting the other person have a say in what is being done.

  • Vinnu

    Thank you for the lesson!

  • John Roseberry

    장모님, 같이 자두들 먹을래요?

    Mother-in-law, shall we eat plums together?


    I try to not to be too formal or two familiar with my mother-in-law. Is this too informal?

    • Seokjin Jin

      Yes, I think it sounds little bit informal. I would say 장모니, 같이 자두 드실래요?

    • John Roseberry


      You might have just saved me from an embarrassing moment.

    • Eric Victor

      선생님 “드실래” 는 뭐에요?

    • Mary

      hi 🙂
      can i ask what’s verb stem for this verb? :
      and, what dose mean it?

  • I always hear 시작 from Running Man 🙂 If they’re going to do a mission, I hear 시작 😀

  • Francesco Colléter

    “배고파요, 저 사람과 같이 먹을까요? 어때요?”
    “그런데, 우리 저 사람 몰라요”

  • Eric Victor

    저랑 같이 영화를 볼래? Is it right? ^_^ .

  • solly

    처음 뵙겠습니다.만나서 반갑습니다

  • 소피

    저는 지루해요. 같이 영화를 봐요.

  • Matt

    TTMIK에 한국어를 배우기도 해요? 같이 공부해요! = You are also learning Korean at TTMIK? Let’s study together!

    감사합니다 for the lesson.

  • Esat Armağan Kaymaz

    서둘러요, 벌써 정오에요. 그 일을 시작해요.
    Hurry, it’s already noon. Let’s start that job.

  • Peter

    내일 비가 안 오면, 공원에 가서 축구를 해요.
    If it’s not raining tomorrow, let’s go to the park and play soccer.

    저도 한국어 공부 하고 있어요. 같이 공부 해요.
    I’m studying Korean, too. Let’s study together.

    • Nawal

      for the second sample sentence the verb is 공부하다 without a space between 공부 and 하다 so the right spelling is “저도 한국어 공부하고 있어요. 같이 공부해요.” 😉

  • 산티아고

    저도 한국어 공부해요. 같이 공부해요!.
    I am studying Korean too. Let’s study together.

    지겨워요. 어딘가 가요.
    I’m bored. Let’s go somewhere.

  • Sanjeeda Masroor

    1) Let’s go to the restaurant you like.
    – 니가 좋아하는 레스토랑에서 가요

    2) Let’s do it together
    -같이 해요

    And how do I write this – “Let’s try something else”

  • Nawal

    1 – 저 오늘은 진짜 힘이 없어요, 내일 공원에서 같이 운동해요. (Today I’m rally tired, tomorrow let’s exercise together at the park.)

    2 – 저 혼자예요, 네 시에 만나고 영화를 보는 것 가요. (I’m feeling lonely, let’s meet at 4 o’clock and go watch a movie.)

  • yourippehdees

     저녁에 의식 할래요? 지금 가요!
    You want to eat out tonight? Let’s go now!

    오늘 전녁에 영화를 까지 봐요.
    Let’s watch a movie together tonight.

    매운 음식 더 먹어자!
    Let’s  eat more spicy food!

    • 나희

      Just to help you :):

      In the second sentence, together is 같이 not 까지. 까지 means ‘Until’. E.g. 내일까지 means until tomorrow or by tomorrow. 🙂

  • Malori Green

    안 피곤해요? 우리 자요.

    지금 바빠요, 오늘 뭇해요. 내일 갈 게요!

    네가 혼자 영화 봐? 같이 봐~

  • faiza

    나는 배 고파요 , 같이 요리해요 >> i’m hungry , let’s cook together
    우리 친구이 문제 있이요 , 우리 친구를 도와요 >> our friend has a problem , let’s help our friend
    오늘이 좋아요 , 우리 피크닉 가요 >> today is good , let’s go to a picknik
    선생님들 도와주세요 ^^

  • 감사합니다

  • Harvey Rivas Potot

    – 수업이 끝난 후에 같이 놀라요.
    – 내일 별로 안 바쁘면 집에 오고 영화를 봐요.

    • Seokjin Jin

      놀라요. > 놀아요

      집에 오고 영화를 봐요 > 집에 와서 영화를 볼 거예요.

  • mochammad kharis

    우리 서울에서 만날래요?

  • 야신

    우리는 집에 가기 전에 식당에서 큰 피자를 먹어요. (Let’s eat a big pizza at the restaurant before we go home).

    • Seokjin Jin

      > Correct!

  • اسماء

    today I watched two videos without eng sub and I understood some of it..I can’t thank you guys enough for these lessons 정말 감사합니다 ❤️.

  • McKenzie Rodwell

    저는 너무 배 고파요. 주문은 몇개 음식을 먹어요. i’m very hungry. lets order some food to eat.