This can be used for hello and bye just like Italian ciao and Vietnamese chào (which is not etymologically related).
Really? What a curious coincidence.. Those words look pretty similar. :O
So I'm guessing that this is the casual way to say hi and that annyeonghaseyo is the formal way?
Guys, If you are here for tips I am the guy I recommend writing down the phrases
Thankyou Dollightful for teaching me this at the beginning of every video
dont go saying this to random people thinking its a friendly expression. its pretty rude to just throw out at people you dont know.
Does anyone know what rules some have gone through before starting this? I forget the name . A set of grammar rules ..someone said it'd make learning korean easier.