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Tourists in Korea – Useful Expression at the Airport and Hotel Posted by on Dec 16, 2013 in Uncategorized

Tourists in Korea – Useful Expression at the Airport and Hotel

Most employees work with the airport and hotel in Korea can speak English adequately.  But, just in case, if you have little knowledge of Korean which can be using at the airport and hotel, you would feel much comfortable.  In this blog, you can learn some useful words and simple phrases you can use or just listen.


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Here are some useful vocabulary words and phrases you can use at the airport and hotel.

English Korean Pronunciation
airline 항공노선 hanggongnoseon
reservation 예약 yeyak
Do you have…? …있습니까? …isseumnikka?
Do you have my reservation? 제 이름으로 방이 예약 되어있습니까? je ireumeuro pangi yeyak toeeoisseumnikka?
ticket pyo
I would like to buy a ticket to… …-까지 가는 표를 사고 싶습니다. ..kkaji kaneun pyoreul sago sipseumnida.
Republic of Korea 한국 hanguk
Democratic People’s Republic of Korea 북한 pukhan
round trip 왕복 여행 wangbok yeohaeng
stopover 정차 jungcha
How much is it? 이것은 얼마입니까? igeoseun eolmaimnikka?
Two i
two hundred 이백 ibaek
dollar 달러 talleo
credit card 신용 카드 sinyong kadeu
I would like to pay with a credit card. 신용 카드로 결제하고 싶습니다. sinyong kadeuro kyeoljehago sipseumnida.
to land 착륙하다 changnyukhada
When do we land? 언제 착륙하죠? eonje changnyukhajo?
airport 공항 konghang
hour si
What time is it? 몇 시입니까? myeot siimnikka?


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Soo came to America in 2002 for studying English and getting degrees in higher education. He’d never expected to work in America after he finished his college, but he got a great job in construction and had worked with them for three years. He also has working as a FT and PT Korean instructor and tutor for seven years in Korean and America. He got his TESOL certificate in 2011 and finished his master’s degree in 2014.