Translation Challenge – 간단한 문의도 대환영입니다.

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Translation Challenge – 간단한 문의도 대환영입니다.
  • Jorge

    Ask anything!!! (Even simple questions are welcomed!!!)

    • grace

      You are welcome to ask simple question.

  • Paul Jensen

    “All questions welcome”


    “대환영입니다.” = Welcome

    “간단한” = simple

    ” 문의도” = inquiry or question

    So really the sign probably implies that there is no such thing as a stupid question… not even…

  • Janine Kruger

    Simple questions, too, are greatly welcome. 🙂

  • Lim Tian Huai

    간단한 – 简单的

    문의 – 查询/询问

    도 – 也

    대 – 大

    환영 – 欢迎

    간단한 문의도 대환영입니다!


  • Ruth Adams

    “All questions welcome.”

    간단한 = simple

    문의도 = question

    대환영입니다 = Welcome

    No question is a stupid question! 🙂

  • seoulsistaah

    “Simple questions are also welcomed.” In my language which is Igbo, it will mean “onwero’ ajuju ni idiro nkpa’

    Here’s a breakdown

    “간단한” = Simple
    ” 문의” = Question
    “도” =Also
    “대환영입니다.” = Welcome(d)

  • Licia

    I’ve never heard this one before…

    In Italian it would translate more or less like this: ‘qualsiasi domanda, anche semplice, è benvenuta’ – which is literally as ‘Any question (even simple) is welcome’

  • Kathy

    Even simple inquires are welcome

  • erik

    All questions welcomed…;))

  • Sandri Andeski

    “selamat datang di pertanyaan yang juga (masih) sederhana”

    Breakdown :

    간단하다 = sederhana , kesederhanaan

    간단한 = yang sederhana

    문의 = pertanyaan

    도 = juga (masih )

    대환영 = selamat datang

    입니다 = formal form

  • Aaron Foo

    In Malaysia, we spoke multi language and multi dialect too.

    간단한 = Simple / Mudah / 简单. The word GanDan also have same meaning and pronunciation as in Chinese Cantonese dialect.

    문의도 = Inquiry / Pertanyaan / 查询.

    대환영 = Welcome / Dialu-alukan / 欢迎. The word DaeHwanYeong is close to pronunciation in Chinese Hokkien dialect as Big Welcome.

    With the tenses and comprehension, so it probably means:
    In English, we translate this as “Simple inquiry is welcome!!!”.
    In Malay, we translate this as “Pertanyaan yang mudah dialu-alukan!!!”.
    In Chinese, we translate this as “欢迎简单的查询!!!”.

  • 준등

    간단한 문의도 대환영입니다
    The simple inquiry is the hearty welcome.
    The simple inquiry also is a big welcome !

  • dudeplease

    Hello guys. May I know how do I say “you should talk to somebody about it” in Korean?

  • Jenna Krum

    “간단한 문의도 대환영입니다”
    간단 – simple / easy
    한 – one
    문의도 – inquiry / information request
    대환영입니다 – welcome
    –>”A simple inquiry is welcome.”

    German(독일어): “Eine einfache Anfrage ist willkommen.”

    Is it a sign near of some information desks, or counseling centers??

    It´s so much fun to do your little challenges! 감사합니다. ^^

  • Sally Andrews

    It says that “simple inquiries are welcomed”, I can’t say that I’ve seen this in English, usually there is just a sign that will say customer service or reception and I know that’s where I ask questions.

  • sarah

    “simple questions are also welcomed” and in my language(Persian) it means

    همچنین از سوال های ساده (آسان) استقبال می شود.


    대환영입니다 = استقبال می شود

    간단한 =ساده -آسان

    문의 = سوال

    도 = همچنین

  • Michael Sproule

    A basic question is quite welcomed, also!!!

  • A-sēng–á

    In taiwanese :「Kán-tan–ê mā ē-sái mn̄g o͘h」

    kán-tan = 간단한
    ê = 것
    mā = 도
    ē-sái = allowed
    mn̄g = 묻다