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This time, will learn how to ask a favor to a server when we are at a restaurant. What can I get for you? I’d like to have bibimbbap. Alright. Please wait a moment. You can simply put the name of the food that you would like to eat before “I want OOO”. I really like the Korean system where you have the bell at the table, so you don’t have to wait for the wait to notice you if they’re really busy.
Now, let’s all repeat together. I’d like to have bibimbbap.

How was your study this week? Did you enjoy it?

Next time, we are going to learn about some of the expressions we can use at a restaurant. How do people order food in Korean restaurants?

All of these are very useful expressions you can be using when you travel to Korea! See you next time!

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