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- second person singular plain (non-polite) pronoun; you
- The second person singular pronouns are rarely used in public Korean. Using 당신 (dangsin) to a stranger is usually considered impolite; it is more commonly used between mature married couples. Instead, the person's title is often used, or 선생님 (seonsaengnim, “(respectable) teacher”) if the person's title is unknown, for strangers or superiors:
- Seonsaengnim, annyeonghaseyo?
- How are you, sir?/Hello, sir.
- 너 (neo)
- 당신들 (dangsindeul, “you (plural)”)