Wednesday, January 24, 2001

Saying for the Day:
"If you can imagine it you can create it. If you can dream it, you can become it."
Ward, William Arthur

¾È³ç ÇϽʴϱî? (An-yong hasim-mika) How are you? / Hello! / Good day to you!
(Literally, the Korean greeting means: may you have peace!)
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°Ç°­Çϼ¼¿ä (Kon-gang haseyo) Meaning: May good health accompany you.
(Koreans love this compliment so much.) ´ë´ÜÈ÷ °¨»ç ÇÕ´Ï´Ù (Te-dan-hi Kamsa
Ham-mida). Meaning: Thank you very very much. (Note: the "o" of "an-yong"
and "kon-gang" should be similar to the "o" as in "Paul". The "e" of Te-dan-hi
should be sounded as a "maragsa" (^) e.

I hope this will be enough for today. Ray T.Sabio, MSC