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Have a good meal | 맛있게 드세요 #

Have a good meal / Bon appetite
맛있게 드세요 (mas-issge deuseyo)

Have a  good / delicious lunch.
맛있는 점심 하세요(mas-issneun jeomsim haseyo)
맛있는 점심 드세요(mas-issneun jeomsim deuseyo)

맛점하세요 (matjeomhaseyo)
the abbreviation for 맛있는 점심 하세요 or 맛있는 점심 드세요

I will eat well (usually to thank someone for the meal)
잘 먹겠습니다 (jal meoggessseubnida)

Thanks for the meal. I ate well.
잘 먹었어요 (jal meog-eoss-eoyo)
잘 먹었습니다 (jal meog-eossseubnida)

Hey let's for go lunch.
야, 점심 먹자(ya, jeomsim meogja) - Informal

I am going for lunch. 
점심 먹으러 가요 jeomsim meog-euleo gayo - Formal

I am having my dinner now.
저녁 먹고있어요 jeonyeog meoggoiss-eoyo - Formal

What are you having?
뭐 먹을 거예요? mwo meog-eul geoyeyo? - Formal

It's delicious.
너무 맛있어요(neomu mas-iss-eoyo)

 
점심 = lunch
저녁 = dinner
아침 = breakfast
맛있는 = tasty / delicious
먹어요 = eat
드세요 = eat (formal)
하세요  = have (formal)



Thursday, 23 April 2015 | 2 comment[s] | back to top

2 Comments:
Blogger jennifer Swift said...

I have a question please help me
How do we say "are you eating well?" and "don't skip your meals" in hangul?
Thank youu ^_^

17 July 2016 at 01:26  


Blogger Love Rain Admin said...

Jennifer,

Are you eating well? - 잘 먹고있어요?
Don't skip your meals - 밥 잘 챙겨 먹어요

Both are in formal sentence :D

26 July 2016 at 08:55  


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