I'm sorry you have the wrong number.
A : 거기 경희대학교 국제교육원 맞지요?
Is this the Institute of International Education at Kyung Hee University?
[Kogi kyonghi taehak-gyo kukjekyoyukwon matjiyo?]
B : 아니요, 잘못 거셨습니다.
No, I'm sorry. You have the wrong number.
[Aniyo, chalmot gosyot-sumnidal.]
A : 저, 죄송한데 961-0081번 아닌가요?
Uh, isn't this 961-0081?
[Cho choesonghande kuyuk-ire kong-gongparil pon aningayo?]
B : 여기는 962-0081번입니다.
No, this number is 962-0081.
[Yoginun kuyuk-i-e-gong-gongparil-bon imnida.]
There are many instances when you receive phone calls from people who call or press the wrong number. When this happens callers are usually surprised and feel sorry, whereas, receivers tend to be a bit bothered and at times. even annoyed by such calls. If you are the receiver, the best way to handle such calls is to say '잘못 거셨습니다.'[chalmot gosyot-sumnida.] If the same call persists more than one time, then you should advise the caller to check the number s/he is calling by saying, '전화번호를 다시 확인해 주십시오.'[chonhwabonhorul tasi hwaginhae chusipsiyo.]
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