How to say help me in Korean: Dowajuseyo.

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How to say help me in Korean: Dowajuseyo.

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

To say help me in Korean: Dowajuseyo.
Say it out loud: “Do Wa Joo Se Yo.

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Some more helpful words in our Korean Urgency category:

enough / stop – Dwaesseoyo. / Geumanhaseyo.  (Dae Suh Yo. / Ku Mahn Hah Se Yo.)
go away – Jeori Gaseyo.  (Jo Ri Ga Se Yo.)
help me – Dowajuseyo.  (Do Wa Joo Se Yo.)
I don't understand – Ihaega Andwaeyo.  (Ee Hae Ga Ahn Dae Yo.)

And here’s how to say help me in other languages!

Arabic–Sa'dony  (sah do ny)
Chinese–Qǐng Bāng Bāng Wǒ  (Ching Bang Bang Wo)
Croatian–upomoć!  (oo poh moach!)
Czech–pomozte mi  (poe MOEZ tah may)
Finnish–auttakaa  (owt tah kaah)
French–Aidez-moi  (ee dee mwah)
German–können sie mir helfen  (cone in zee meer helf in)
Italian–aiuta mi  (eye oota mee)
Japanese–Tasukete Kudasai  (Tah Soo Keh Teh Koo Dah Sai)
Korean–Dowajuseyo.  (Do Wa Joo Se Yo.)
Polish–Pomóż mi  (Po moosh' me)
Portuguese–Adjude-Me  (ah zhoo jee mee)
Russian–pomogite mne  (pah mah gee tye mnye)
Spanish–ayúdame  (eye yoo' duh may)
Swahili–nisaidie  (nee saī dee eh)
Thai–Chuai Duai  (CHOO-ai DOO-ai)
Turkish–imdat!  (eem dot!)
Vietnamese–Giúp Tôi  (Yup Toy)

when out of your normal residence you may encounter some problems that you may not be able to solve. Here you can use the phrase ""help me" (Dowajuseyo.)" to ask for assistance, for example you may say "could you please "help me" (Dowajuseyo.) find my hotel? I seem to have forgotten the route back." Get instant access to the Korean Language Set.

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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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