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ASAP, Gyeonggi, Gyeongnam, Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Jeolla, Gangwon

Atop Recruiting
 
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ASAP, Gyeonggi, Gyeongnam, Seoul, Busan, Daegu, Daejeon, Jeolla, Gangwon

 
Atop recruiting helps you to find a perfect position.

We have lots of public & private jobs all over Korea for you.

We will arrange your interview within 3days.

Please check various positions as below.

Just send us your resume & photos by e-mail along with the job numbers that you are interested in.

There is Korean article to speak easily as below our job ads.

Check the various positions in our link.

< ASAP > Positions → http://me2.do/5Ger22XN

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< Daejeon > Positions → http://me2.do/FG0W557h

< Gyeongnam province : Ulsan, Kimhae, Changwon, Jinhae, Geoje, ect > Positions → http://me2.do/F6wEVVpV

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< Jeju Island > Positions → http://me2.do/GzHqAAN9

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★★★★ Let’s start learn Korean words and Grammar! - Part 1.★★★

An nyung ha se yo? (안녕하세요?) same meaning Hi, good morning, good afternoon and good evening. Go mab seub ni da(고맙습니다) and Gam sa hap ni da (감사합니다) mean Thank you.

Mi an hap ni da(미안합니다) and jeoi song hap ni da(죄송합니다) mean I am sorry. An nyung hi ga se yo(안녕히 가세요) and An nyung hi gei se yo (안녕히 계세요) mean Good bye.

Appellation Pronoun.

Na (나, I) dang sin (당신, you)

Uri (우리, we) geu(그, he) geu nyu(그녀, she)

geu del(그들, they) geu get(그것, it) Darling or honey ( aegi, 애기 jagi 자기)

between married couple ( yu bo 여보, we can use it between married couples)

Let’s count number in Korean.

Hana (하나) One / Dul(둘) Two / Set(셋) Three / Net(넷) Four / Da seot (다섯) Five / Yu set(여섯) Six / Il gob(일곱) Seven / Yu deo deol (여덟) Eight / A hop(아홉) Nine / Yul (열) Ten

★★★Here are the Korean words and Grammar !- Part2★★★

English grammar is located Subject +Verb +Adverb +Adjective +Noun.

But Korean is S +ad + adj+ verb.

Korean has another postposition,

There are 3 type of them.

Nominative Postposition are eun(은), neun(는), I (이), ga(가)

Possessive one is Eui(의)

Objective ones are Eul(을), reul(를) , eoi gei(에게)

English grammar is located Subject + Verb + Adverb + Adjective + Noun.

But Korean is S +ad + adj+ verb.

Korean has another postposition, there are 3 type of them.

Nominative Postposition are eun(은), neun(는), I (이), ga(가)

Possessive one is Eui(의)

Objective ones are Eul(을), reul(를) , eoi gei(에게)

★★★★★Check this Korean sentences -Part3★★★★★

You know? T.G.I.F means Have a happy Friday. We can call it Bul Meum maens Burning Friday Night.

Now I will give you Korean sentences.

Meo deu ril gga yo? (뭐 드릴까요?) What do you want?

Sa goa ha go Orange it eo yo? (사과하고 오렌지 있어요?) Do you have apples and Oranges?

Ne, Mo du it eo yo(네, 모두 있어요) Yes, We have all.

Sa goa se gae ha go Orange du gae ju se yo. (사과 3개 하고 오렌지 2개 주세요.) Give me 3 apples and 2 Oranges.

Jealian ci neun Eo je meo haet na yo?( Jealian씨는 어제 뭐 했나요?) Jealian, what did you do yesterday?

Han eul man nat eo yo. (한을 만났어요) I mat Han.

Wo ri neun gat i bab eul meog eot eo yo (우리는 같이 밥을 먹었어요) We had eaten something together.

Jip eoi it eo yo (집에 있었어요) I was at home.

★★★★★★ Let’s learn Korean sentences -Part4 ★★★★★

Chaek eul pyu se yo (책을 펴세요): Open the book.

Chaek eul bo se yo (책을 보세요): Look through the book.

Jal deul eu se yo (잘 들으세요): Listen carefully.

Dda ra ha se yo (따라 하세요): Follow me

Ilg geu se yo (읽으세요) : Read

Sseu se yo (쓰세요): Write

Jil mun ha se yo (질문하세요):Ask question.

Dae dab ha se yo (대답하세요): Answer

Al get eo yo (알겠어요?) Do you understand?

I-reum i meo yei yo? (이름이 뭐예요?) What's your name?

Je neun Jessie ip nida (저는 제시입니다) I am Jessie.

Jig up i meo yei yo? (직업이 뭐예요?) what's your job?

Na neun hag saeng ip nida (나는 학생입니다)I am a student.

Hag saeng ip ni gga? (학생입니까?) Are you a student?

Ji geum meo hae yo? (지금 뭐해요?) What are you doing?

Il hae yo (일해요) I am working

Jessie neun ja go it eo yo (제시는 자고 있어요) Jessie is sleeping.

Eo di eoi ga yo? (어디에 가요?) Where are you going?

Si jang eoi ga yo (시장에 가요?) I am going to Marcket.

★★★★★★ Check this Korean Sentence ~- Part5★★★★★

Chaeg i Eodi eoi it eo yo?( 책이 어디에 있어요?) Where is the book?

Chaeg i gyo sil ei it eo yo( 책이 교실에 있어요) The book is in clasroom.

Chaeg sang ui ei it eo yo?( 책상위에 있어요?) Is the book on the desk?

A ni yo, Chaeg sang ui ei up eo yo.( 아니요, 책상위에 없어요) There isn't the book on the desk.

Ga bang an ei it eo yo(가방안에 있어요) The book is in the bag.

Today's Korean class

Eo di ga yo?( 어디가요?) Where are you going?

Mu et eul sa yo?(무엇을 사요?) What will you buy?

Sa goa reul sa yo(사과를 사요) I will buy apples.

Mu et eul meog eo yo?( 무엇을 먹어요?) What are you eating?

Banana reul meog eo yo(바나나를 먹어요) I am eating bananas.

Oh neul mu et eul hae yo?( 오늘 무엇을 해요?) What will you do today?

Jip eul cheong so hal ggeo yui yo.(청소를 할꺼 예요) I will clean the house.

I will give you another Korean language.

Mu eot eul deu ril gga yo?(무엇을 드릴까요?) What od you want?

Sa goa neun eol ma yei yo?( 사과는 얼마예요?) How much is an apple?

Cheon won i yei yo.(천원이예요)It is 1,000 Won.

Sa goa reul ju se yo.(사과를 주세요) Give me an apple.
 


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