Beeline Language Korean is all about learning the Korean language and culture. In our previous lessons, we have learned many different slang words like 멘붕[men-boong], 불금 [bulgeum] and 꿀잼 [ggul-jam]. Also, we have covered a lot of words that would be used by young Korean generations today. In the previous blog, you have learned the three trendy slang words in Korean that youngsters use these days, such as 갑분싸 [gop-boon-ssa]. Today, you will learn how to say Promise in Korean.
How To Say Promise In Korean
This is how you would say Promise in Korean: 약속 [yak-sok]
Sample Sentences Using Promise In Korean
새끼 손가락 마주 걸고 꼭 약속 하는거야. [se-ggi-son-ga-rak ma-joo geol-go ggok yak-sok ha-neun-geo-ya].
Crossing our little fingers, making the promise to keep.
Note that 새끼손가락[se-ggi-son-ga-rak] is little(pinky) finger in Korean.
약속을 지키지 않는 어른은 나쁜 어른이야. [yak-sok-eul ji-kee-jee an-neun eo-reun-eun na-bbeun eo-reun-ee-ya].
An adult who does not keep his/her promise is a bad adult.
Other Similar Words To Promise in Korean
You just have learned how to say Promise in Korean. Similarly, how would you say reservation/appointment in Korean? You would say 예약 [yai-yak]. Also, when you are respectfully rescheduling an appointment, you would say “제가 선약이 있어요.” [jae-ga sun-yak-ee it-seo-yo] and that means I have an another arrangement that was made earlier. 선약 [sun-yak] means ‘appointment made prior to’ and you may use this to be polite with people, when rejecting or rescheduling an appointment.
Now that you know how to say promise in Korean, you could go ahead and tell your colleagues and friends about what you have learned today!
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