Korean language: How to say 'I' and 'You' in Korean

Rhea Varghese

Feb 27, 2023

I in Korean

I in Korean is Jeoneun (formal) and Naneun (informal)

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Me in Korean

Me in Korean is Jeoreul (formal) and Nareul (informal)

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My in Korean

My in Korean is Jeoui (formal) and Naui (informal)

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We in Korean

We in Korean is Jeohuireul (formal) and Urieun (informal)

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Our in Korean

Our in Korean is Jeohuiui (formal) and Uriui (informal)

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Us in Korean

Us in Korean is Jeohuireul (formal) and Uriga (informal)

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You in Korean

You in Korean is Dangsini (formal) and Nega (informal)

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Your in Korean

Your in Korean is Dangsinui (formal) and Neoui (informal)

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He in Korean

He in Korean is Geuneun

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Him in Korean

Him in Korean is Geureul

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She in Korean

She is Korean is Geunyeoneun

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Her in Korean

Her in Korean is Geunyeoreul

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They in Korean

They in Korean is Geudeul (group of men) and Geunyeodeul (group of women)

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