Ahnyong hasehyo

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  1. mattover

    mattover TPF Noob!

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    Greetings from Korea;

    I'm an Australian that's living and working in Seoul. I've been a bit of a photo freak in the past but managed to get caught up in the whir of life and failed to make time for it over the past couple of years. I recently had my passion reignited by moving to a different land (and getting a lens trashed in a monsoon, but that's a different story).

    Korea is full of weird and wonderful sights, so I've got no shortage of fantastic subjects... Now I just need to get my eye back in and get to know my gear once again. Looking forward to getting to know everyone.

    Cheers,
    Matt

    PS. in case you hadn't figured it out, "Ahnyong hasehyo" is "Hello" in Korean. ;)
     
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    Hi Matt, and welcome to the forum. :D
     
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    hi. im korean :]

    ahnyong hasaeyo is actually a formal greeting for professional acquaintances and respected people alike.

    u can drop the hasaeyo. and say..

    ahnyong! and welcome. im new here as well.
     
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    Welcome back to photography Matt
     

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