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10 Korean Conversation Dialogs for Beginners

Hey Junkies!

Want to learn to talk Korean? Master some easy Korean conversation? Good.

Today, you finally learn 10 simple Korean conversations.

In fact, if you print this page and re-read (out loud) it every now and then, they’ll get stuck in your brain for good.

In this easy Korean conversation guide, you’ll learn:

  • How to introduce yourself
  • How to ask about plans
  • and much more.

Yes! You’ll also get the translation for each one.

By the end, you will know 10 Korean conversations.

Korean Conversation for Beginners.

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Korean Conversation Audio

By the way, since you want to learn Korean conversation…

..you should also HEAR the native pronunciation, right? So, here’s a free Korean Conversation Audio Lesson. Just press play below and enjoy!!

1. Asking about things

This is a simple Korean conversation script. You’ll just learn how to ask about things.

  • Tim: 저기요. 이것은 뭐예요?
    • Jeo-gi-yo.I-geo-seun mwo-ye-yo?
    • Excuse me, what is this?
  • Julia: 그것은 “인스턴트 누들” 입니다.
    • Geu-geo-seun inseutanteu-nudeul-im-ni-da.
    • Those are instant noodles.

2. Introducing Yourself

This is a basic Korean conversation that all beginners should learn. All about introducing yourself.

  • Tim: 안녕하세요. 저는 팀 입니다.
    • annyeonghaseyo. jeoneun tim imnida
    • Hello, I’m Tim
  • Julia: 안녕하세요. 저는 쥴리아입니다. 만나서 반갑습니다.
    • annyeonghaseyo. jeoneun jyulliaimnida. mannaseo bangapsseumnida.
    • Hello. I am Julia. Nice to meet you.
  • Tim: 저도 만나서 반갑습니다. 저는 미국사람입니다.
    • jeodo mannaseo bangapsseumnida. jeoneun migukssaramimnida.
    • Nice to meet you, too. I am American.
  • Julia: 저는 한국사람입니다.
    • jeoneun hangukssaramimnida
    • I am Korean

3. Some More Introductions

You’re asking me “wait, why introductions again?”

Because repetition is the mother of all learning. Here, you get a slightly more advanced Korean conversation script.

  • Mr. Garcia: 완갈시아 씨?
    • wangalsia ssi?
    • Mr. Garcia?
  • Sungho: 네. 안녕하세요. 저는 완갈시아입니다.
    • ne annyeonghaseo. jeo-neun wangalsia-imnida.
    • Yes. Hello. I am Juan Garcia.
  • Mr. Garcia: 안녕하세요. 저는 이성호입니다. 반갑습니다.
    • annyeonghaseyo. jeo-neun isungho-imnida. bangapseumnida.
    • Hello. I am Sungho Lee. It’s a pleasure to meet you.
  • Sungho: 네. 반갑습니다.
    • ne. bangapseumnida
    • Yes. It’s a pleasure to meet you.

4. Asking Questions

Another basic Korean conversation dialogue. Yes, it’s a bit silly and unlikely to play out in real life but it’s always good to learn these things.

  • Korean: 외국 사람이에요?
    • oeguksaramieyo?
    • Are you a foreigner?
  • Foreigner: 죄송합니다. 한국말 잘 못해요.
    • joesonghamnida. hangukmal jal mothaeyo.
    • Sorry. I don’t speak Korean well.
  • Korean: 외국 사람이네요!
    • oeguksaramieyo!
    • You are a foreigner!

5. Asking about Classes

Okay, this one is a bit too simple but that’s okay. It means you won’t get overwhelmed.

  • Mina: 수업 쉬워요?
    • sueop suiwoyo?
    • Is the class easy?
  • Sungho: 어려워요!
    • eoryeowoyo!
    • It’s hard!

6. Asking about plans & rejecting

Want to ask someone about their plans in Korean? This Korean conversation will help you do that.

  • Tom: 미나 씨는 내일 계획이 있습니까?
    • Mina ssi-neun naeil gyehoek-i isseumnikka?
    • Do you have plans tomorrow, Mina?
  • Mina: 아니오. 계획이 없습니다.
    • Anio. Gyehoek-i eopseumnida.
    • No, I don’t have any plans.
  • Tom: 그럼 내일 남대문에 갑시다.
    • Geureom naeil namdaemun-e gapsida.
    • Then let’s go to Namdaemun tomorrow.
  • Mina: 음… 잘 모릅니다.
    • Eum, jal moreumnida.
    • Hmm… I don’t know.

7. Liking in Korean

  • Taehyeon: 태현 씨… 저는… 태현 씨를 좋아해요.
    • taehyeon ssi… jeo-neun… taehyeon ssi-reul johahaeyo.
    • Taehyeon… I… I like you.
  • Mina: 네??
    • ne??
    • What?
  • Taehyeon: 태현 씨는… 저를 싫어해요?
    • taehyeon ssi-neun… jeo-reul silheohaeyo?
    • Taehyeon… You don’t like me?
  • Mina: 네… 좀… 안 좋아해요. 미안해요.
    •  ne… jom… an johahaeyo. mianhaeyo.
    • Yea. I kind of don’t like you. Sorry.

8. What are you doing?

  • Tim: 지금 뭐 해?
    • jigeum mwo hae?
    • What are you doing now?
  • Julia: 요리 해. (요리 소리)
    • yori hae.
    • I’m cooking.

9. Asking about plans and schedule

  • Sungsoo: 안녕하세요, 경미 씨. 성수입니다.
    • annyeonghaseyo gyeongmi ssi. seongsu-imnida.
    • Hello Kyungmi, this is Sungsoo.
  • Kyungmi: 안녕하세요, 성수 씨.
    • annyeonghaseyo seongsu ssi.
    • Hello Sungsoo.
  • Sungsoo: 지금 12시 15분입니다. 우리 극장에 몇 시에 갑니까?
    • jigeum yeoldu si sipo bun-imnida. uri geukjang-e myeotsi-e gamnikka?
    • It’s 12:15 now. What time are we going to the theater?
  • Kyungmi: 3시 30분에 갑니다.
    • se si samsip bun-e gamnida.
    • We’re going at 3:30.

10. Saying “I want” in Korean

  • Kyungmi: 세진아 오빠 컴퓨터 할게.
    • sejin-a oppa keompyuteo halge.
    • Sejin, I’m going to use the computer, okay?
  • Sejin: 안돼! 내가 할래.
    • andwae! naega hallae.
    • No! I want to use the computer.

Korean Conversation Practice

Now that you have 10 Korean conversation scripts, what’s next?

How can you get some good Korean conversation practice from this?

1) Read out loud and 2) try and speed up your reading. Why?

The faster you can read, the better you’ll get at reading and speaking in general.

Speaking fast is a sign of expertise. When native speakers notice this, they’ll understand that you’re good “enough” and don’t need to stop and think of every word.

3) Review these Korean conversations as much as possible. Nobody masters things on the first try. If you want these to be in your head, you need to review them for a few minutes per day.

4) Print this page out. That will make the reviewing easier. And if you want, you can also get the Korean conversation PDF for practice. Click on the image below to download it.

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5 thoughts on “10 Korean Conversation Dialogs for Beginners”

    1. the one with 일,이,삼 ,사…u use with dates, money, phone number, address, number of page and floors, measurements, minutes and seconds and numbers after 100 (I mean usually u just use this one)
      , the one with 하나, 돌, 셋.. u use with age, hours, when u count on your fingers and with classifiers.
      it can be hard at first but here is an example : 지금 다섯시 십오본 이에요. (right now it’s 5:15) as u can see with hours (시) u use 다섯 but with minutes (본) u use 십오 hope it helps! sadly u have to just remember when what to use but it’s getting easier after u start using it in sentences!

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