How to Say "No" in Korean

Learn how to say "no" in Korean with this Howcast video lesson.

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Want to learn Korean? These online language lessons from Howcast are a good place to start. You will learn how to say basic Korean words and phrases and how to ask common questions in Korean. By the time you finish this online language course, you'll have a good working knowledge of the Korean language. We'll even teach you how to say a few bad words in Korean, just to make sure your Korean language education is well-rounded!

 
 

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How to say "No" in Korean. Ahniyo. No. Ahniyo. No. Ahniyo. No. Now you try. You might also say, "Not really." Byulloyo. Not really. Byulloyo. Not really Byulloyo. Not really. Now you try. Or simply tell someone, "No, thank you." Ahniyo. Ghehnchanahyo. No, thank you. Ahniyo. Ghehnchanahyo. No, thank you. Ahniyo. Ghehnchanahyo. No, thank you. Now you try. And that's how to say "No" in Korean.