25 Basic Korean Phrases to Express Feelings That You Need to Know

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With these basic Korean phrases, you will be able to talk about your feelings in an actual conversation.

Whether you’re living, studying, working or travelling in South Korea, it is important to know how to express your feelings so as to communicate your thoughts and emotions clearly, get to know people better and cement your new friendships. Here are some common Korean phrases to say how you feel in a conversation.

I’m (not) hungry.

배 (안) 고파요.

[bae (an) gopayo.]

I’m full.

배 불러요.

[bae bulleoyo.]

It’s delicious!

맛있어요

[mas-iss-eoyo]

I’m tired.

피곤 해요.

[pigon haeyo.]

I don’t feel well.

몸이 별로 안 좋아요.

[mom-i byeollo an joh-ayo.]

I am sick.

아파요.

[apayo.]

Great (I like it)

좋아요.

[joh-ayo.]

I like _____.

저는 _____가(이) 좋아요

[jeoneun _____ga(i) joh-ayo]

I don’t like it.

싫어요.

[silh-eoyo.]

I don’t like _____.

저는 _____가(이) 싫어요.

[joneun _____ga(i) silh-eoyo.]

I’m happy.

행복해요.

[haengbokhaeyo.]

I’m excited. 기대 되요. [gidae doeyo.]

I’m sad.

슬퍼요.

[seulpeoyo.]

I’m angry.

화났어

[hwanass-eo]

I’m in love.

사랑에 빠졌어요.

[sarang-e bbajyeosseoyo.]

I’m bored of it.

지루해요.

I’m bored with nothing to do.

심심해요

[simsimhaeyo]

I’m scrared.

무서워요.

[museo-weoyo.]

I’m jealous.

질투나요.

[jiltunayo.]

I’m nervous.

긴장이 되요.

[ginjang-i dwoeyo.]

I’m busy.

바빠요.

[bappayo.]

I’m in a hurry.

좀 바빠요.

[jom bappayo.]

I’m worried.

걱정 돼요.

[geogjeong dwaeyo.]

I’m surprised.

놀라워요.

[nollaweoyo.]

I’m embarrassed.

창피해요.

[changpihaeyo.]

I don’t care. 상관없어요.

[sang-gwan-eobs-eoyo.]


Originally published at mymileshinesmile.blogspot.com on July 30, 2018.