How do you say "Relax!" in Korean Like when someone is upset and you want them to just 'chill' or not worry about it. In English we can say : Relax! Chill. ~ Chill out! (more of a black expression) Cool it! Calm down! etc...... I don't need EVERY way to say --- just the most common please. And most simple / what your friend might say to you if you failed an important exam or something.... Hey, relax! Thanks everyone. Please include the exact English meaning.
Jun 18, 2010 12:58 AM
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진정해 mean exactly same, skipping the polite expression as i'm sure you know =) FYI 고정하세요 can be used respectfully 고정하시옵소서 to a King or royal family in old Korean royal spoken Korean
June 18, 2010
i'd say "괜찮아..너무 걱정하지마" when a friend of mine failed an exam :) this expression would be very nice when somebody got depressed or upset a bit. "괜찮아..너무 걱정하지마" can be "hey..calm down.. don't worry about that too much" i think "진정해" sounds stronger for me:)
June 18, 2010
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