축하합니다 Congratulations

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mhove

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English, US
Hello, first time poster here.

I have a Korean client who just received an award, and would like to congratulate him in print with the word Congratulations spelled out in Korean characters.

Two questions: is the phrase "chucka hamnida" appropriate (formal) for "congratulations" to a respected business associate?

Also, is there anyplace online I could go to determine how to properly express the phrase using the correct Korean alphabet characters?

Thank you in advance for your reply.
 
  • instantREILLY

    Member
    USA (English)
    Yes, ch'uk'ahamnida would be correct in that situation. You would write it:

    축하합니다

    ch'uk / ha / hap / ni / ta
    ch'uk'ahamnida
    Congratulations.
     
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