M: Nice to meet you.
Y: Nice to meet you, too.
M: I look forward to getting to know you more.
Y: Yes, so do I.

man na seo
ban ga wo yo



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[Vocabulary]
만나다 : to meet
반갑다 : to be glad
: me (honorific)
앞으로 : in the future
: well
지내다 : to get along
: yes
부탁하다 : to request

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12 Comments


  1. how bangabda turns into bangawoyo??

    • admin

      (v 반갑다) => (v 반갑)(e 어요) = (v 반갑다) + (e 어요)

      Click the word to get above information. 🙂


  2. Is there any way how to listen whole conversation and not just in parts?


  3. gomapsumnida…this website is really helpful!!!


  4. uhh i dont understand some words
    앞으로 잘 지내요 means ‘I look forward to getting to know you more’ in the above text but 앞으로 means in the future ,잘 means well and 지내요 means live so the sentence roughly translates to ‘I hope you live well in the future.’ ?????
    네 ,잘 부탁해요 means ‘Yes ,so do l ‘ but 부탁해요 means request so I don’t understand .
    Correct me if I’m wrong 🙂

    • admin

      “우리 함께” is omitted in “앞으로 잘 지내요.”. The full sentence is “우리 함께 앞으로 잘 지내요” means “Live well together”.
      “부탁해요” in “잘 부탁해요” means “지내요”. 🙂


  5. Oh! so 우리 함께 앞으로 잘 지내요 means ‘let’s live well together in the future’ but why do you admins translated it as ‘I look forward to get to know you more’ ?
    네, 잘 부탁해요 is 네, 잘 지내요 but why does it translates to ‘Yes ,so do I ‘ instead of ‘Yes ,I’ll live well’ ?


  6. Please would you be able to tell us a little bit more about “부탁하다” and how we can use it?

    • admin

      Actually, “부탁해요” is used in most case to use “부탁하다”. For example, “잘 부탁해요”. 🙂

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