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How do you say Hello, it is nice to meet you in Korean?

I am just learning and am not sure how to say this.

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    Hello- An-nyong-ha-se-yo
    Nice to meet u- Man-na-so pan-ka-wo-yo

    Hope a native will give u a better answer.. :)

    To add on to the person who commented before me, you say...:

    안녕하십니까?
    (Hello)
    Pronounced: an-nyeong-ha-sim-ni-kka?
    [It looks like it should be an-nyeong-sib-ni-kka but it's not, because the ㅂis pronounced like an 'm' for the sake of making it sound smoother when saying it.]
    It is typically said to strangers that are older than you. It's more formal than 안녕하세요.

    안녕!
    (Hello)
    Pronounced: an-nyeong!
    It is typically said to greet you friends or people you are close to. It is less formal than 안녕하세요.


    만나서 반갑습니다.
    (Nice to meet you.)
    Pronounced: man-na-seo ban-gab-seum-ni-da.
    [Note that the ㅂ in 습 is pronounced like an 'm' to make the sentence/phrase flow more.]
    It is a more formal/respectful way of saying "Nice to meet you" (만나서 반가워요).

    For more details you should head over to this site: http://www.talktomeinkorean.com/

    Hope I sort of helped? ^^

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