20 ways to say Good Luck in Korean
Korean is an East Asian language spoken by approximately 77 million people, of which 5.6 million regard it as their heritage language. It is both North Korea’s and South Korea’s official and national language, with different formal official forms used in each region. Korean is the 13th most widely spoken language of the 3000 languages currently in use. Modern Korean is thought to have derived from Middle Korean, which in turn descended from Old Korean, which in turn descended from the Proto-Koreanic language, which is thought to have originated in Manchuria. Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture and Changbai Korean Autonomous County in Jilin Province, China, recognise it as a minority language. In addition to Sakhalin, Russia, and Central Asia, it is spoken in other regions of the world. Goryeo is considered to be the first Korean dynasty known to Western nations, and the English word “Korean” is derived from it. In the former Soviet Union, Koreans are known as Koryo-saram and/or Koryo-in, and the language is known as Koryo-mal. Korean is classified as a language isolate by both historical and contemporary linguists.
Here are the twenty ways to say Good Luck in Korean
Good Luck for the test
시험에 행운을 빕니다
siheom-e haeng-un-eul bibnida
Good Luck for the competition
경쟁에 행운을 빕니다
gyeongjaeng-e haeng-un-eul bibnida
All the Best
모두 제일 좋다
modu jeil johda
Best of Luck for your new job
새로운 직업에 행운을 빕니다
saeloun jig-eob-e haeng-un-eul bibnida
Best of Luck for the interview
인터뷰에 행운을 빕니다
inteobyue haeng-un-eul bibnida
Best of Luck for the final round
마지막 라운드를 위해 행운을 빕니다
majimag laundeuleul wihae haeng-un-eul bibnida
Best of Luck for your final game
마지막 게임에 행운을 빕니다
majimag geim-e haeng-un-eul bibnida
Best of Luck for your admission
입학을위한 행운을 빕니다
ibhag-eul-wihan haeng-un-eul bibnida
All the Best for your first performance
첫 공연에 최선을 다해
cheos gong-yeon-e choeseon-eul dahae
Best of Luck with the negotiations today
오늘 협상에 행운을 빕니다
oneul hyeobsang-e haeng-un-eul bibnida
Best of Luck with for your fashion show
당신의 패션쇼에 행운을 빕니다
dangsin-ui paesyeonsyoe haeng-un-eul bibnida
Good Luck for a bright future
밝은 미래를위한 행운을 빕니다
balg-eun milaeleul-wihan haeng-un-eul bibnida
Hwaiting Go(borrowed from the English word “fighting)
파이팅! hwaiting is often used to wish good luck or to lift the team spirit by saying cheer up!
Good Luck for the job selection
직업 선택에 행운을 빕니다
jig-eob seontaeg-e haeng-un-eul bibnida
잘보세요! (jal boseyo!)
Good luck (with ‘seeing’ something)!
면접 잘봐요! (myeonjeop jalbwayo!)
Good luck with your job interview!/See the job interview well!
오늘 시험 잘봐! (oneul siheom jalbwa!)
Good luck with today’s exam!/See today’s exam well!
항상 화이팅! (hangsang hwaiting!)
Good luck always!
Korean is commonly included by proponents of the Altaic family and it does have a few extinct relatives, which together with Korean itself and the Jeju language form the Koreanic language family. Korean presence or influence is strongly found in the Khitan language. Lesser-known Dravido-Korean languages theory, suggests the Korean relationship with Dravidian languages in India. Some of the common features in the Korean and Dravidian languages are similar vocabulary. Korean has also been disputed to be related to Japanese due to some overlap in vocabulary and similar grammatical features that have been elaborated upon by few researchers. Korean definitely has similarity to Chinese restricted to the script only. Korean vocabulary comprises 35% of native words, 60% of Sino-Korean words and 5% loanwords mostly from the English language.
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