안녕하세요! (An-nyong ha-se-yo!) Hello! I'm Billy from GO! Billy Korean on YouTube. If you're looking for a quick lesson to learn how to ask for directions in Korean, then you're in the right place!

In this episode, we'll cover how to ask someone for directions. More videos coming soon.

Check out the video below! You can also review using the RPG's complete dialogue written out underneath the video.

여기가 어디지? (yeo-gi-ga eo-di-ji?)

Where am I?

실례합니다. (sil-lye-ham-ni-da.)

Excuse me.

저는 “고물” 마을을 찾고 있습니다. (jeo-neun go-mul ma-eu-reul chat-go it-seum-ni-da.)

I'm looking for Gomul Town.

쭉 가면 사거리가 있어요. (jjuk ga-myeon sa-geo-ri-ga i-seo-yo.)

If you go straight, there’s an intersection.

거기 오른쪽에 병원이 있어요. (geo-gi o-reun-jjo-ge byeong-won-i i-seo-yo.)

There’s a hospital to the right of there.

그 병원 앞에 “고물” 마을로 가는 버스가 있어요. (geu byeong-won a-pe go-mul ma-eul-lo ga-neun beo-seu-ga i-seo-yo.)

In front of the hospital there’s a bus that goes to Gomul Town.

110번 버스예요. (110beon beo-seu-ye-yo.)

It’s the 110 bus.

알겠습니다. 감사합니다. (al-get-seum-ni-da. gam-sa-ham-ni-da.)

I see. Thank you.

생각한 거랑 좀 다른데? (saeng-gak-an geo-rang jom da-reun-de?)

It’s kind of different than I thought.

왜 아무도 없지? (wae a-mu-do eop-ji?)

Why is nobody here?

괴물이다! 어떡해! (goe-mu-ri-da! eo-tteok-ae!)

It’s a monster! Oh no!

마을에 괴물이 너무 많아! (ma-eu-re goe-mu-ri neo-mu ma-na!)

There are too many monsters in this town!

이런! 여기는 “괴물” 마을이잖아! (i-reon! yeo-gi-neun goe-mul ma-eu-ri-ja-na!)

Dang! This is “Monster” Town!

버스를 잘못 탔나 봐. 어떻게 돌아가지? (beo-seu-reul jal-mot tan-na bwa. eo-tteo-ke do-ra-ga-ji?)

I guess I took the wrong bus. How do I go back?

도망가야겠다! 택시! 택시! (do-mang-ga-ya-get-da! taek-si! taek-si!)

I gotta get out of here! Taxi! Taxi!

If you have any questions for me, you can also comment below this article. I love teaching Korean, and I'd love to help you.


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