Would you like a bag?
A : 계산해 드리겠습니다.
Let me ring it up.
B : 네, 얼마에요?
How much is it?
A : 전부 2,800원입니다. 넣어 드릴까요?
The total is 2,800 won. Would you like a bag?
[Chonbu ichonpalbaegwonimnida. No-o turikkayo?]
B : 아니요, 그냥 들고 가겠습니다.
No thank you. I’ll just carry it.
[Aniyo, kunyang tulgo gaget-ssumnida.]
A : 네, 안녕히 가세요.
Okay. Have a nice day.
[Ne, annyonghi kaseyo.]
You might quite often be confused at what the clerk says when purchasing something at a supermarket or a 24 hour convenience store. One of the most often asked question and misunderstood expressions is, ‘넣어 드릴까요 [No-o turilkkayo?].‘ This question is to ask whether or not you’d like a bag for your purchased goods. You should answer either ‘네 [Ne].’ or ‘아니요[Aniyo].’