"Cheer up" means "힘내세요" in Korean.

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힘내세요
 
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Pronunciation him-nae-se-yo
meaning Cheer up
"Cheer up" is "힘내세요"(him-nae-se-yo) in Korean.
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  • Korean of "Greeting"

  • 잘 부탁드립니다(I'll do my best.)
  • 잘 오셨어요()
  • 실례합니다(Excuse me.)
  • 힘내세요(Cheer up)
  • 또 만나요(See you again.)
  • 고마워요(Thank you)
  • 인사(greeting)
  • 모릅니다(I don't know.)
  • 기운내(Cheer up)
  • 인사치레(diplomacy)
  • 경례(salute)
  • 감사합니다(Thank you.)
  • 반갑다(welcome)
  • 축하합니다(congratulations)
  • 밥 뭇나?()
  • 안녕하세요(Hello)
  • 빈말(empty talk)
  • 천만에요(You're welcome.)
  • 건강하세요(How are you dear)
  • 그래요(That’s right.)
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