Going out in Korean
In this lesson we will introduce some popular kinds of entertainment for going out in Korea.
You won't run out of things to do in Seoul. Whether you're looking for a fun-packed time or a quiet night out, Seoul is famous for it's nightlife!
Let's talk about going out in Korean...
Here are some places your Korean friends might take you to:
When making plans with your friends, try using these phrases:
오늘밤 어디로 갈까요?
Oneulbam eodiro galkkayo?
Where should (we) go tonight?
That sounds like fun!
오늘 밤 시간 있어요?
Oneul bam shigan isseoyo?
Are (you) free tonight?
What time should (we) meet?
What time do (you) finish work?
Where should we meet?
우리 먼저 뭔가를 먹고 가자.
Uri meonjeo mwongareul meoggo gaja.
Let's get something to eat first.
You can suggest the night's plans with these helpful phrases:
영화 보러 갈까요?
Yeonghwa boreo galkkayo?
Should (we) watch a movie?
Should (we) go clubbing?
우리 저녁 먹으러 갈까요?
Uri jeonyeok meogeureo galkkayo?
Should we go out for dinner?
Should we go to...?
You are sure to meet some new people and make new friends when you're out and about, so don't forget to revise your vocabulary on introducing yourself and making small talk. Have fun!
Here are a few recommended Korean lessons to try next!
- Talking about your health in Korean.
- Break the ice by talking about your hobbies in Korean.
- Fitting out an apartment in Korea? Know how to pronounce your household appliances in Korean.
Anyoung hee gaseyo!
Sujung Lee Rocket Korean