In this article, we will cover how to ask for a person’s name and also how to say ‘how are you’ besides the basic vocabs to get you through Lesson 2.

Phrase of Lesson 2: More greetings

  • 이름이 뭐예요?    What is your name (to people lower than you or casual)
  • 성함이 어떻게 되세요?  What is your name (honorific) [Lit: how should I address you]
  • 요즘은 어떻게 지내세요?  How are you? [Lit: how did you spend your time lately?]
  • 그동안 별일 없었어요? How have you been?  (more formal) [Lit: During that time, nothing bad happened?]
  • 오래간만입나다.  Long time no see.

Vocabulary of Lesson 2

Direction words:

beside; next to; side; nearby
오른쪽 right (side)
오른쪽으로 도세요 turn right
왼쪽 left
왼쪽으로 도세요 turn left
똑바로 (쪽) go straight


아침 breafast ; morning
점심 lunch
저녁 dinner


영국 Britain
일본 Japan
중국 China
미국 America / USA
뉴욕 New York
로스 앤젤레스 Los Angeles
루시아 Russia

Other words

어제 yesterday
없다 does not exist
영화 movie
음악 music
이번 this time
있다 to exist
일본어 Japanese (language)
일본 음식 Japanese food
오다 to come
오후 p.m.
오전 a.m.
오늘 Today
우유 milk
우리 us
드라마 drama
도서관 library
학교 식당 school cafetaria
학기 semester
I (humble form)
고전 음악 classical music
좋다 like; good
(no)층 (no) level/floor (of the building); (no)th layer
카페 cafe
커피 coffee
I (casual)
날씨 weather
내일 tomorrow
you (casual)
노래 song
snow ; eye
백화점 department store
롬메이트 roommate
사전 dictionary
시간 time
시험 test; exams


오다 to come
가다 to go
듣다 to hear; to take a subject
공부하다 to study; to learn
좋아하다 to like
마시다 to drink
노래하다 to sing a song
보다 to watch; to see

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