"Korean-style of bow" means "배꼽 인사" in Korean.

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배꼽 인사, 공수
 
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Pronunciation pae-kkop in-sa
meaning Korean-style of bow
"Korean-style of bow" is "배꼽 인사"(pae-kkop in-sa) in Korean.
배꼽인사 is, compound word of 배꼽 (navel) + 인사 (greeting) and as it was the synthesis of, meaning of a polite greeting 공수 Korean slang of bow. That men’s right hand, women overlap in the top left hand. It is about 45 degrees angle of bending the body, but there is also a case to bend up to 90 degrees in order to further appeal the politeness is in the entertainer, is a most polite greeting, which is common in recent entertainment program.
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  • 반갑다(welcome)
  • 안녕하세요(Hello)
  • 잘 부탁해()
  • 고마워요(Thank you)
  • 경례(salute)
  • 배꼽 인사(Korean-style of bow)
  • 그래요(That’s right.)
  • 천만에요(You're welcome.)
  • 처음 뵙겠습니다(How do you do?)
  • 알겠습니다(All right.)
  • 또 만나요(See you again.)
  • 실례합니다(Excuse me.)
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  • 축하합니다(congratulations)
  • 어디가요(Where are you going?)
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