Juseyo 주세요 means pass me or please give me in Korean. it is made up of 주다 give and 세요. After verb conjugation Juseyo can be would you -’ or ‘Could you or Can I have -?
Juseyo can also be used when you’re asking someone to do something. For example, 문을 닫아 주세요 (muneul dada juseyo) means “Please close the door”.
Different forms of Juseyo
줘 is used when you speak to those who are close to you and when you talk to younger people.
밥사 줘 (Fap sa jwo). Buy me dinner/lunch, please.
주시겠어요 (jusigesseoyo) is a more polite version of Juseyo 주세요. 주시겠어요 is used when you meet somebody for the first time and when you speak to somebody older than you.
주십시오 (jusipsio) is the highest level of Juseyo 주세요. which also mean please give me. 기다려주십시오 (gidaryeojusipsio) means please wait.
도와 좀 주시겠어요? ( dowa jom jusigesseoyo) Will you help me, please?
해주세요 haejuseyo – Could you do it. When you need to say to someone do it for me then you have to use this expression.
이거 좀 해주세요. Do it/ this please.
가주세요 (- gajuseyo). Go to -, please
It’s a very common expression when you use a taxi. You should say 여기 가주세요
(yeogi gajuseyo). Go here, please.
병원 가주세요. Go to the hospital, please.
도와주세요. (Dowajuseyo). Help me. When you need help you should say 도와주세요 which means help me, please.
바꿔주세요. bagwo juseyo. Change this. / Can I get another -?
This expression is used to say when you have to change something.
방 바꿔주세요. Could I get another room?
반찬 바꿔 주세요. Can I get another sidedish?
주세요 juseyo phrases
이거 주세요. (igeo juseyo) – igeo means this and juseyo means to give, but in this context, it’s used as this please. In a shop or restaurant 이거 주세요. (igeo juseyo) means I want this. / I want to order this/ I want to buy this.
주세요. Give it to me.
제발 주세요(jebal juseyo) -> Please, give it to me.
초콜릿을 주세요 Give me chocolate
소주 주세요, Soju juseyo. Soju, please. give me soju.
물 mul 주세요 – Give me water.
해주세요 means please do.
Two teas, please. 홍차 두 잔 주세요.
Two coffees, please. 커피 두 잔 주세요.
물하나주세요. Give me one bottle of water.
잘 펴발라 주세요. Please spread it nicely.
깎아 주세요. Any chance of a discount?
반찬 banchan 주세요: Give me side dishes.
맥주 maekju 주세요: Give me a beer.
지금 유턴해 주세요. Please make a U-turn now.
저는 빼주세요. You can count me out.
Quiet please! 조용히 해 주세요!
Please be brief. 간단히 해 주세요.
Please wait your turn. 차례를 기다려 주세요.
Please listen carefully. 주의 깊게 들어 주세요.
Please turn the volume down. 소리 좀 낮춰 주세요.
소주 soju 주세요: Give me soju (Korean traditional alcohol).
영수증 yungsu jeung 주세요: Give me a receipt.
김밥 주세요. Kimbap juseyo. Please give me kimbap.
한 장 주세요 (Han jang juseyo). One ticket, please.
수건 sugeon 주세요: Give me towel.
메뉴 menu 주세요: Give me menu.
하나 주세요. Hana juseyo. Please give me one.
냅킨 napkin 주세요: Give me a napkin.
포크 pokeu 주세요 : Give me fork.
계산해 주세요. I want to pay please check/ calculate.
더 주세요 (deo juseyo) Can I have more -? 더 means ‘more’.
이거 더 주세요. (igeo deo juseyo). Can I have more of this?
수건 더 주세요: Give me more towel.
물 더 주세요: Give me more water.
냅킨 더 주세요: Give me more napkin.
포크 더 주세요: Give me more fork.
여기 주세요 – Here please. / Give it here.
저거 주세요 – There please. / Give it there.
그거 주세요 means that please in Korean.
저거 (chheogeo juseyo) also mean that please in Korean.
더 with 저거 or 그거 주세요 (that) shouldn’t be used. It sounds unnatural.
치워주세요. Clean up -, please.
테이블 치워주세요. Clean up this table please.
방 치워주세요. Clean up the room please.
빼주세요. Could you please take it out?
고기 빼주세요. Take out the meat from my dish, please.
제발 (jebal) vs 주세요(juseyo)
주세요(juseyo) is used when you’re asking someone to give you something. It can be translated as “please give me”. For example, 돈 주세요 (don juseyo) means “Please give me money”.
제발 (jebal) can be translated as the word “please”. However, using it can make you sound desperate. 제발 (jebal) sounds like you are begging for or demanding something.