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Phrases to Help You Book a Hotel Room in Korean Language

Choose to book a hotel room in Korea? How would you say, I wish to make a reservation for a room in Korean? Practical Korean terminology for the purpose of selecting a room in resorts or needing to request a bedroom with a deck. Learn More

Using the Korean accommodation related words and phrases shown below, you can learn how to express your questions in Korean. Examples of these inquiries include things like: “how many nights you will be reserving for?” and “how much will it cost to book a room?” Eventually, it will be possible to recognise the actual replies in Korean.
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Do you have any rooms available?방 있습니까? (bang isseumnikka?)
How much is a room for one person/two people?한 사람/두 사람당 방이 얼마입니까? (han saram/du saram-dang bang-i eolmaimnikka?)
Does the room come with...그 방에는 ...이 있습니까? (geu bang-eneun ...i isseumnikka?)
...bedsheets?...침대보? (...chimdaebo?)
...a bathroom?...화장실? (...hwajangsil?)
...a telephone?...전화기? (...jeonhwagi?)
...a TV?...티브이? (tibeu-i?)
May I see the room first?방을 먼저 봐도 되겠습니까? (bang-eul meonjeo bwado doegesseumnikka?)
Do you have anything quieter?더 조용한 방 있습니까? (deo joyonghan bang isseumnikka?)
...bigger?...더 큰? (deo keun?)
...cleaner?...더 깨끗한? (deo kkaekkeutan?)
...cheaper?...더 싼? (deo ssan?)
OK, I'll take it.좋습니다, 그것으로 하겠습니다. (choseumnida, geugeoseuro hagesseumnida)
I will stay for _____ night(s)._____ 밤 묵겠습니다. (_____ bam mukgesseumnida)
Can you suggest another hotel?다른 호텔을 권해 주시겠습니까? (dareun hoteleul gwonhae jusigesseumnikka?)
Do you have a safe?금고 있습니까? (geumgo isseumnikka?)
...lockers?...자물쇠? (...jamulsoe?)
Is breakfast/supper included?아침식사/저녁식사 가 포함됩니까? (achimsiksa/jeonyeoksiksa ga pohamdoenikka?)
What time is breakfast/supper?아침식사/저녁식사 는 몇시입니까? (achimsiksa/jeonyeoksiksa neun myeossimnikka?)
Please clean my room.방을 청소해 주십시오. (bang-eul cheongsohe jusipsio)
Can you wake me at _____?_____ 시에 깨워주시겠습니까? (_____ si-e kkewojusigeseumnikka?)
I want to check out.체크 아웃하고 싶습니다. (chekeu autago sipsumnida)

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