Although several phrases will be taught in this lesson, it may be best to pick one formal and one less formal expression and practice trying to use those expressions as much as possible.
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In addition to knowing how to say ‘goodnight’, you may wish to use the expression ‘see you tomorrow’ (내일 봐요 – naeil bwayo) in certain situations too. We also have a FREE guide that you can take with you on the go. Check it out below:
You’ll notice that we use 한글 (Hangeul), the Korean alphabet, throughout this lesson. Learning with the Korean alphabet is the best way to learn the language since it trains proper pronunciation and reading in you early on.
So it’s a great time to learn the alphabet if you don’t know it already!
All set? Here we go!
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The verb 주무시다 (jumusida) has been put into the past tense and asked as a question.
2. 잘 잤어요? (jal jasseoyo)
3. 잘 잤어? (jal jasseo)
Now you should have a good understanding of how to say ‘goodnight’ in Korean. If you liked this phrase and want to learn more about the language, check out our complete online resource guide for how to learn Korean. We also have a step-by-step online Korean language program that teaches you how to have a 3-minute conversation in the first 90 days.