Korean will people would seldom expect you to speak their language, but they will certainly appreciate your efforts. Don't be afraid to get the prononciation wrong and make a fool of yourself. The simple fact that you are willing to have a go is most likely to get you a broad smile and hospitality in return.
Anneyeong haseyo - Hello
Annyeong hasimnikka - Hello (polite)
Annyeong-hi gaseyo - Goodbye. (to person leaving)
Annyeong-hi gyeseyo - Goodbye (to person staying)
Kamsa hamnida - Thank you
Juseyo - Please
Sillya hamnida - Excuse me
Ye/ne - Yes
Aniyo - No
Ggwaenchan seumnida - That’s fine./ You’re welcome
Mian hamnida - Sorry (forgive me)
Je ireumeun…imnida - My name is…
Algeseoyo - I understand
Jalmoreugenneun deyo - I don’t understand
Nugu - Who?
Mu-eot - What?
Eonje - When?
Eodi - Where?
Eotteoke - How?
Ipgu (입구) - Entrance
Chulgu (출구) - Exit
Gyeongchalseo (경찰서) - Police Station
Hwajangsil (화장실) - Toilets
Haesu yokjang haebyeon - Beach
Sijang - Market
Boyeo jusillaeyo - Can you show me (on the map)?
Mwo chucheonhae jusillaeyo - Could you recommend something?
Yeogiyo - Excuse me. (please come here)
Mul juseyo - Water, please
Masitge deuseyo - Bon appetit
Masisseosseoyo - It was delicious
Jeon gogireul anmeogeoyo - I don’t eat meat
Gogo andeureogan eumsik isseoyo? - Do you have any vegetarian dishes?
O-neul - Today
Nae-il - Tomorrow
Eo-je - Yesterday