New learner here and I've got two questions about this phrase:
Would this also translate to "let's dine" due to being more formal ?
Would you also be able to use 더 with this to say "let's eat a lot"/"let's pig out" or is that said differently or less formally ?
thx in advance !
Hey, Ash-Fred. I see you on a lot of the comments in the korean lessons. If im being totally honest, this language has been stumping me. It might be a stretch, but do you know of any accurate reading materials on learning korean that might be able to help for english speakers? Online or in print?
A better translation for this phrasewould be "let's break bread" or "let's grab a bite" or "let's have some food." "Let's eat" is better translated from English to Korean as 밥목읍시다 or simply 밥목읍시다, with the idea that the food is already prepared and in front of you and everybody's ready to eat - let's eat!