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결혼식
a wedding
결혼식장
a wedding hall
박수를 치다
to clap (one's hands)
봉투
an envelope
부케를 던지다
to throw the bouquet
(-이/가) 시집가다
to get married (female only)
(-이/가) 장가가다
to get married (male only)
신랑
a bridegroom
신부
a bride
축의금
congratulatory money
피로연
a reception
피로연장
a reception hall
장례식
a funeral
장례식장
a funeral parlor
빈소
a room where a coffin or a portrait of the deceased is placed until the funeral day
영정
a portrait (of the deceased that's displayed at a funeral)
위로하다
to console
절을 하다
to bow
조의금
condolence money
향을 피우다
to burn incense
방문하다
to visit
손님을 맞다
to receive a visitor
김 부장님을 뵈러 왔는데요.
I came to see Mr. Kim, the manager. [informal polite]
무슨 일로 오셨습니까?
How can I help you? [formal polite] [lit. why have you come?]
지금 자리에 안 계신데요.
He's not in right now. [lit. now not in the seat] [formal polite]
뭐 마실 것 좀 드릴까요?
Would you like something to drink? [formal polite]
뭐 이런 걸 다 사 오셨어요?
You didn't have to bring anything. [lit. what is the thing you bought and brought?] [formal polite]
별거 아니에요.
It's nothing. [lit. it's not something special.] [informal]
조심해서 가세요.
Have a safe trip home. (Take care.) [lit. please go safely.] [informal polite]
교수님
a professor [honorific]
부장님
a department manager [honorific]
연구실
a research lab
환송회
a farewell party
뵈다
to see [humble form of 보다]
칭찬하다
to praise
수업중
(to be) in class (in the middle of class)
식사중
(to be) eating (in the middle of a meal)
외출중
(to be) out (in the middle of being out)
회의중
(to be) in a meeting (in the middle of a meeting)
이야기를 나누다
to have a talk
a place of residence [honorific]
떡국
rice-cake soup (Korean food)
세뱃돈
the New Year's gift of money given to juniors
연휴
consecutive holidays
윷놀이
a traditional Korean game played with four sticks
세배를 드리다
to perform a New Year's bow [honorific]
새해 복 많이 받으세요.
I wish you a lot of luck in the new year! [Korean way to say "Happy New Year."]
검은색
black color
흰색
white color
대기실
a waiting room
a band (for arm, hair, etc)
와이셔츠
a dress shirt
정장
formal dress, a suit (usually for women)
주의하다
to be careful [in a more serious situation]
어둡다
to be dark, gloomy
진하다
to be thick (for something applied, like make-up)
진하게
thickly, too much (make-up)
말없이
without a word
가까운 사이
a close relationship
신경을 쓰다
to pay attention
액세서리를 하다
to wear accessories
세제
detergent
해당되다
to be (the most) appropriate
명절
a major holiday
-기도 하다
sometimes (one does/people do); used to express an infrequent occurrence [grammar]
[명사] 대신(에)
instead of [grammar]
테이블
a table [English cognate]
-을 테니까 [1]
used to express an intended action and request something from the listener [grammar]
-으면서
while; shows that the subject performs two actions simultaneously or almost simult. [grammar]
수첩
a small notebook, pocket book