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Good Morning!
안녕하세요?
Long time no see.
오랜만이야
Thanks for the other day.
지난번엔 고마웠어
See you later.
그럼 나중에 봐
Let's try again next time. (When a friend declines your invitation)
그럼 다음에 보자
See you again!
그럼 또 보자
Stay in good health (when you part and will not see your friend for sometime).
잘 지내
I'm going out now. (When you leave home or office)
다녀올께요
Have a good day (when someone else stays at home or the office).
다녀오세요
I'm home.
다녀왔습니다
Welcome home.
다녀오셨어요
Good night.
안녕히 주무세요
I'm going to eat (set phrase before eating).
잘 먹겠습니다
I've finished eating (set phrase after eating).
잘 먹었습니다
Congratulations!
축하해
Please, go ahead (when offering a seat on the train).
어저
After you (when yielding the way).
먼저 하세요
Thanks!
고마워
Don't mention it.
아니요
Excuse me (when drawing someone's attention).
미안해요
Sorry for being late.
늦어서 미안해요
Sorry for interrupting you (on interrupting a meeting or intruding into someone's office).
실례합니다
I'm sorry (when bumping into someone accidentally).
미안해요
It's a fine day, isn't it?
날씨 좋네요
I'm feeling dizzy (to your colleague when you come out from an underpass into the summer sun).
어질어질해
Hot and humid, isn't it?
무덥군요
So muggy, isn't it.
찌는 듯한 더위네
It's sprinkling rain.
뚝뚝오네
It's pouring rain.
장때비다
I'm soaking wet.
흠뻑 젖었어
I hope it'll be fine tomorrow (weather).
내일은 맑았으면 좋겠다
Pleased to meet you, I'm...
(at the first meeting with your client while exchanging business cards)
처음 뵙겠습니다. 이런 사람입니다
Having introduced yourself, say this.

Nice to meet you.
잘 부탁드립니다
Thank you for your business.
언제나 도와주셔서 감사합니다
(흔이 회사거래처나 자신의 가족의 관계자에게 하는 관용적 표현)
How have you been recently?
요즘 어떠세요?
In answering the question whether you are doing OK, you say

Surviving.
그럭저럭
Expressing not good, not bad:

So-so.
그저그래요
May I bother you for a minute?
시간 좀 내주겠어요?
Accepting an invitation:

I would be happy to come.
꼭 찾아뵙겠습니다
How did the meeting go?
지난번 그진은 어떻게 되었습니까?
You ask your business associate to think the matter over:

Think about it.
검토바랍니다
During th emeeting, you want to confirm a certain point.

Please take care of this.
그 점에 대해서, 잘 부탁합니다
You would like to finish the meeting:

It's about that time.
그럼 슬슬
Sorry I interrupted you
실례했습니다
Well, anyway, that's that.
그럼, 일단 그렇게 일고
I'm leaving before you.
먼저 실례합니다
After work, when appreciating your colleague's effort as well as your own.

We've worked hard, haven't we?
수고하셨습니다
When asked if you are sure of a complex business transaction:

Oh, that's clear.
일겠습니다
You greet your boss after his/her two-hour commute, and say:

It's very tough, isn't it?
큰일이네요
That's too bad.
유감입니다
You're looking forward to it, aren't you?
기대되는군요
That's good.
잘 됐네요
Would you like to have a drink tonight?
오늘 저녁 한잔 어때요?
Can I sign for it?
사인으로 되나요?
May I bother you?
잠깐 괜찮니?
What should I do?
어떻게 하면 좋니?
Whose digital camera is that?
그 디지탈카메라 누구꺼니?
What brand of PC is that?
어디 컴퓨터야?
Does it have a good warranty?
에프터 서비스에는 어떻게 있니?
I'm totally hooked on the internet recently.
요즘, 인터넷에 푹 빠졌어
I have to go.
가야돼
I'm dead tired.
벌써 녹초가 돼 버렸어
Give me a break.
좀 봐줘라
What a relief!
한시름 놨네!
It's so irritating!
초조해
S/he is boiling mad.
노발대발하고 있어
When being asked whether you like your new job:

Yes and No.
뭐라 말할 수 없어
Say to your colleague who has been working until late at night recently.

Don't work too hard.
정도껏 해라
Don't be so down about it.
끙끙거리지마라
Don't grumble.
투덜대지마라
Isn't that sexual harassment?
그건 성회롱 아니야?