Planning to use this in a meeting with a Korean national to hopefully jumpstart the conversation. How do you say “nice to meet you” in Korean?
How Do You Say “Nice To Meet You” In Korean?
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There are different ways to say “Nice to meet you” in Korean
만나서 반갑습니다 (mannaseo bangapseumnida)
만나서 반가워요 (mannaseo bangawoyo)
만나서 반가워 (mannaseo bangawo)
The rule is, longer = more formal.
And since you’re using it in a meeting, I suggest you use 만나서 반갑습니다 (mannaseo bangapseumnida).
Other phrases you can use at work:
Thank you – 감사합니다 (kamsahamnida)
You’re welcome – 천만에요 (chunmaneyo)
I’ll do my best – 열심히 하겠습니다 (yeolshimhi hagessumnida)
Please look after me – 잘 부탁드립니다 (jal butag deurimnida)
The last one may be a bit weird for non-Korean speakers but it’s really common to say that in Korea. It can be equivalent to “I look forward to working with you.”