"물고기의 전화번호는 공일공에 육팔삼이에 칠구일일이에요."
Translation:The fish's telephone number is 010-6832-7911.
no it sounds, we must dial the code 0082 for Korea and the number without the first zero. So dial : 0082 10 6832 7911. but I haven't talk with anybody because asume it would cost a fortune to call Korean from Switzerland. If you call it pay attention for jet lag
"The number you have dialed is not in service. Please check the number and dial again."
Do people usually use the 에 at the end? I don't think I've ever heard anyone say that.
That's how I've heard it spoken, but you don't have to say 에 if you don't want to. It's just the Korean equivalent of the dashes between sections of the phone number like we use in the West.
Knowing that this is a sequence of numbers plus 'is', should it be understood that the 이 within 칠구일일이에요 is not 2?