Say what do i do in korean
EE-geo-seun mwom-ni-kka - I personally have never heard someone say this though. In formal settings, this expression is usually accompanied by a bow and a handshake to show respect. Although straightforward, this expression is a necessary inclusion and is without doubt the most common phrase anyone in Korea will use. But it is actually very polite and means that you wish the other person a safe journey wherever he or she is going. Email Required, but never say what do i do in korean. How do you say "Because" in Korean?