Words and Phrases: Happy Chuseok

Today’s language post is short; only two phrases. But you can use it right away. It’s “Have a wonderful Chuseok,” which as many of you already know is like a Korean Thanksgiving and this year falls on Wednesday (Sept. 22).

There are two ways to say it:

추석 잘 지 내 새요.  (Chuseok jal ji nae sae yo.)
 
or
 추석 잘 보 내 새요.  (Chuseok jal bo nae sae yo.)
So 추석 잘 지 내 새요, everyone!
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