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More korean grammar to help when travelling

You will at some point in Korean have to make travel plans, be it by train, plane or autmobile you may have to ask for tickets and choose seats for those tickets.
Here are some useful tips to help you form sentences, we will also include some conversation text to put them into more context.

Before and after
In korean there are word nouns for before chon and after hu. When used in a sentence they can form the following such as chu'ulbal shigan jon-e which means "before the time of departure".

When using the verb for before, you can add the following -ki jon-e to the end. An example of this is shijak hagi jon-e (before we begin....).
To say with the verb after you will use -un hu-e or -un taum-e which can be used in the following mog-un hu-e (..after eating) or hakkyo-e ka-ntaum-e (..after going to school).
 
 
 
Using -ulkayo to ask questions
In Korean you can find several patterns that are present in verb endings such as -ulkayo which means shall we?. They can be used in the context such as ne-charirul hamkke yeyak hal su issulkayo> which means is it possible to book 4 seats together?
 
 
 
Korean Phrases and expressions
mwol towa durikyo?
How am i able to help you?
Olma namji anasumnida
Only a few left
il kunnago
after finishing work
chonun saenggag-ineyo
a good idea
chonun pulgogi-nun pyolleyo
I dont really like bulgogi
han tok naelkeyo
Its on me ( I will pay )
 



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