Okay! He passed! Very good. Alright guys, now relax. Take a deep breath. We’re meeting our friends. We’re comfortable. What do we say? “Hi, Hi! Anneong! Annyeonghaseyo!”. In a comfortable style, just “annyeong!”. But, you know, when I meet my friends, I don’t’ say hi, “hi, hello”. I don’t do that. No, I say, “yo what’s up?”, or “hey, how’s it going?”. Come on, like this kind of stuff, “hey, what’s up? How’s it going?”. So, Koreans, many Koreans, they just go like this, “oh, wasseo? Wasseo?”. So, I’m here, I already arrived at the restaurant, or someplace, and my friend came. He came, he “wasseo”. So I say, “wasseo? Wasseo?”. What’s up? What’s up? It’s similar to “what’s up”. “Hey what’s up? Wasseo? What’s up? Wasseo? What’s up? Wasseo?”. That’s how you can memorize it. It’s easy to remember. “Wasseo? What’s up? Wasseo? What’s up? What’s up? Wasseo? What’s up? Wasseo? What’s up? Wasseo? What’s up?”. One thousand times, baby! Repeat it! Go, go go! Yeah! Okay, it’s your turn. Mr. Cameraman! Let’s go!
That’s was a little weak. One more time.
A little bit more excited, this is a good friend. You’re excited to see him. One more time.
Yeah, he was over reacting a bit, but you got the point guys. “Wasseo?”
Okay, everybody. Time to wrap it up. Yeah, it’s that time again. What did we learn today? “Annyeonghaseyo. Cheoum boipgetseupnida. Annyeong. Wasseo? Wasseo? What’s up? What’s up?”. Easy to remember, remember. Easy to remember, remember. “Wasseo?”. Okay guys, that’s about all we have today. We don’t have much time. We’ve got to wrap it up, yeah? Okay? Cameraman, camera off. Camera. Hey, turn it off. He’s always playing games with me, this cameraman. I can’t believe him. He’s kind of crazy. Alright, thank you guys! I’ll see you next time. Okay, shut it off.