Translation:Nice to meet you!
ㅂ at the beginning of a syllable is pronounced as "ph". At the the end of a syllable, it is pronounced as "b".
For 습, one can safely get away with uttering only the "s" sound.
ㅂ before a ㄴ sounds like a ㅁ So when conjugating verbs in the formal polite way -입니다- it will sound like im-ni-da rather than ib-ni-da. Be mindful of that.
Is there a comprehensive guide that, like, "graphs" all the letters and how the sound changes according to its surrounding letters / it's placement within the "syllable block" or "character block"? Sorry haha don't know the technical words for any of this.... but some type of info-graph or something that just lists all these out would be so helpful.... does anyone know of a good one?
I finally discovered that this is what is said at the intro of "Today on Korean Server" YouTube channel!!! Hahaha
you can still say 만나서 반가워요. You could also add 여러분 or 다들 to the beginning.
Can anyone dissect this phrase into single words so that the sentence seems more easier to remember?