간밤에 잘 주무셨어요 I was chatting with a friend and narrated a sudden event in which an ex-colleague who had seemed all normal but passed away without any signs. She explained that korean people often ask like that: 간밤에 잘 주무셨어요. Literally did you sleep well last night? Just curious how it relates to my story? What is the story behind such a question?
Jan 18, 2017 4:39 AM
Answers · 4
간밤에 잘 주무셨어요? Literally means "did you sleep well last night?" It is a typical morning greeting for elders. You can accept it as "Good morning, How are you?"
January 18, 2017
'간밤에 잘 주무셨어요?' is just a greeting. It has nothing to do with your story. I guess that your friend had misunderstood something.
January 18, 2017
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