How to say check in Korean: Gyesanseo

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How to say check in Korean: Gyesanseo

Learning Korean for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say check in Korean: Gyesanseo
Say it out loud: “Gye San Suh

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Dining Basics category:

beer / wine – Maekju / Wain  (Maek Joo / Wine)
beverage – Eumryosu  (Um Nyo Soo)
business hours – Yeongeop Sigan  (Young Up Shi Gan)
casual restaurant – Kaejyueol Reseutorang  (Casual Restaurant)
check – Gyesanseo  (Gye San Suh)
coffee / tea – Keopi / Cha  (Coffe / Cha)
grocery store – Supeomakes  (Super Market)
marketplace – Sijang  (Shi Jang)
menu – Menyu  (Menu)
restaurant – Sikdang  (Shik Dang)
service charge – Bongsaryo  (Bong Sa Ryo)
table for two – 2in Teibeul  (Ee Yin Table)
tip – Tip  (Tip)
water – Mul  (Mool)

And here’s how to say check in other languages!

Arabic–Check  (shek)
Chinese–Mǎi Dān  (Mai Dan)
Croatian–račun  (rah shoon)
Czech–účet  (OO chet)
Finnish–lasku  (lahs kuh)
French–L'addition  (la dis see oh)
German–zahlen bitte  (zahl en bit tuh)
Italian–il conto  (ill cone toe)
Japanese–Chekku  (Checkoo)
Korean–Gyesanseo  (Gye San Suh)
Polish–rachunek  (ra hoo' neck)
Portuguese–A Conta  (ah kon tah)
Russian–shchyot  (shchyot)
Spanish–la cuenta  (lah kwihn tuh)
Swahili–ankar  (ahn kar)
Thai–Chek Bin  (check bin)
Turkish–hesap  (heh sahp)
Vietnamese–Tính Tiền  (Din Deein)

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Jung-Eun Park
Biography: Jung-Eun was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. She has a Master's degree in Translation and Localization Management and is currently working as a project manager at a translation company.
Born: Seoul, Korea
Location: Seoul, Korea

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