How do I say this is Korean? It's okay and welcome. I want it in one sentence as a reply to someone who apologised and thanked me.
Dec 14, 2016 4:04 PM
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The closest to what you want is probably "천만에요". I typically say "별말씀을요" if I'm formal or "아니다" for informal. Can't really think of any phrase that says both "it's okay" and "you're welcome". Hope this helped!
December 15, 2016
In Korea if you say "You're welcome" after they've apologized and thanked you they'll probably thank you again or not understand why you said it. If somebody apoligizes to you and thanks you then the best response would be "Yes" in Korean: "네" pronounced "Ne". If you want to be more warm in your reply then add a smiley face with it.
December 15, 2016
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