The first one means "sorry", and is more like apologizing for something that you did. The second one, I haven't even heard of, but I would use 잠시만요 for getting through a crowd, and 저기요 for getting someone's attention.
The first one is used to apologize. The second can also be used to get someone's attention or to get through when you want to be polite
So I have an English keyboard on Windows 10, and I added Hangul. I've figured out how to write all of this except I can't make 례, the best I can do is 려. How do you type 례 on an English keyboard with windows 10?
I get 려 by typing F then U, but I can't type L to add another vertical line, it just starts a new character block.
I'm using Win 8.1 but I'm pretty sure this is universal: to type ㅖ use combination shift+P. Similarly, ㅒis shift+O, ㅃ is shift+Q, ㅉ is shift+W, ㄸ is shift+E and ㄲ is shift+R.
You have to press the capitalizations on? The orinal keyboard doesnt show the combinations until you press that ⬆
This expression is exactly the same as the Japanese expression for the same meaning; the Hanja is the exact same as the Kanji: 실례합니다 --> 失礼します 실례 = 失礼