Thank you for your attention. Goodbye. Have a nice trip!

Lingo Guide

New Member
Croatian
Hi everyone!

I'm a tourist guide and I like to surprise my guests with a few words in their language. I'll be very grateful if someone could tell me how to do this in Korean. I don't read hangul, so please write it down in the Roman script. I know how to pronounce Romanized Korean.

At the departure I'd like to say something like: Thank you (for your attention). Goodbye. Have a nice trip!

Thanks!
 
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  • Kross

    Senior Member
    Korean
    Hello, Lingo Guide

    Thank you (for your attention). Goodbye. Have a nice trip!
    -> 경청해주셨어 감사합니다. 안녕히 가시고 즐거운 여행이 되세요.
    -> Gyeongcheonghaejusyeosseo Gamsahapnida. Annyeonghi Gasigo Jeulgeun Yeohaenge Doeseyo.
     
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    RadkeRonnie

    Member
    English - USA
    Kross, would it not be this?
    경청해주셔서 감사합니다. 안녕히 가시고 즐거운 여행이 되세요.

    Also, your romanization of the vowels 어 and 이 is inconsistent. It should be like this:
    Gyeongcheonghaejusyeoseo Gamsahapnida. Annyeonghi Gasigo Jeulgeoun Yeohaengi Doeseyo.

    But Lingo Guide, as I said in the other thread, try to learn the pronunciation through listening. It'll be much better that way.
     

    Kross

    Senior Member
    Korean
    Hello RadkeRonnie

    I really appreciate you correcting my mistakes. Since I had't done something like this before I made a few errors. (Actually I just wished I could have uploaded my recorded voice about the senence for mutual convenience and benefits.)

    In the beginning it was something like hairsplitting difficulty. :( but I felt it rewarding later. :)
     
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