반찬 좀 더 주세요.
[Panchan chom to chuseyo.]
May I have some more side dishes?
A : 이 식당은 반찬이 참 맛있네요.
This restaurant has really tasty side dishes.
[I sikdang-un panchani cham masinneyo.]
B : 그렇지요? 특히 물김치가 아주 맛있어요.
Yes, they do, don't they? Especially their water kimchi.
[Kurochiyo? Tukhi mulgimchiga aju masit-ssoyo.]
A : 반찬을 조금 더 달라고 할까요?
Shall I ask for more?
[Panchanul chogum to tallago halkkayo?]
B : 제가 이야기 할게요.
아주머니, 여기 반찬 좀 더 주세요.
Excuse me, may we have some more side dishes?
[Ajumoni, yogi panchan chom to chuseyo.]
A typical Korean meal consists of rice ('밥[pap]'), soup('국[kuk]'), and side diches('반찬[panchan]'). Side dishes are served in small portions. When you want more, however, you can the waiter for more by saying, 여기 반찬 좀 더 주세요.[yogi panchan chom to chuseyo.]' But be careful not to ask for more than you can finish. Some restaurants have signs that say, '반찬은 먹을 만큼만 시키세요.'[panchanun mogulmankumman sikiseyo], ''음식을 남기지 맙시다.[umsigu namgiji mapseda],'which request that people not ask for more than they can finish.
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