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Learning Korean for travel or study? Let’s try this term:
To say Good Night in Korean: Annyeonghi Jumuseyo.
Say it out loud: “Ahn Nyoung Hah Se Yo?“
You can learn how to say Good Night and over 220 other travel-friendly words and phrases with our inexpensive, easy-to-use Korean language cheat sheets. We can help you make your next trip to another country even more fun and immersive. Click below!
Some more helpful words in our Korean Greetings category:
Fine, thank you – Jal Jinaeyo. (Jal Jee Nae Yo.)
Good Afternoon – Annyeonghaseyo? (Ahn Nyoung Hah Se Yo?)
Good Night – Annyeonghi Jumuseyo. (Ahn Nyoung Hah Se Yo?)
Goodbye – Annyeonghi Gyeseyo. (Ahn Nyung Hee Gye Se Yo.)
How are you? – Eotteohge Jinaeseyo? (Uh Ddo Ke Jee Nae Se Yo?)
Pleased to meet you – Mannaseo Bangapseupnida. (Man Na Soh Ban Gap Sum Ni Da.)
And here’s how to say Good Night in other languages!
Arabic–Layla Sa'eeda (la ye lah Sah ee da)
Chinese–Wǎnān (Wan An)
Croatian–laku noć (la koo nōch)
Czech–Dobrou noc (doe BRO notes)
Finnish–Hyvää yötä (hih vaah ih oh tah)
French–bonne nuit (bun nwee)
German–gute Nacht (goo teh nahkt)
Italian–buonanotte (boo ohn uh no tay)
Japanese–Oyasuminasai (Oh Yah Soo Mee Nah Sai)
Korean–Annyeonghi Jumuseyo. (Ahn Nyoung Hah Se Yo?)
Polish–Dobranoc (Do bra' nots)
Portuguese–Boa Noite (boh ah no-ee cheh)
Russian–Spokoynoy nochi! (Spah koy nay noh chee!)
Spanish–buenas noches (bway nahs no chays)
Swahili–lala salama (lala sala mah)
Thai–Sawat Di Khrap/Kha (sa wat dee krahp/KAH)
Turkish–iyi geceler (ee yay jhuh lahr)
Vietnamese–Chúc Ngủ Ngon (Chuk Ngoo Ngon)