Korean Words for the Bank

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Do you wish to learn Korean words for the bank? Learn various Korean words and phrases for banking and make your communication easier now with our list below!

Korean words for the bank

은행 eun-haeng: bank

계좌 gye-jwa: account

통장 tong-jang: bank book (also called a passbook)

공인인증서 gong-in-in-jeung-seo: Digital certificate. A digital certificate is an electronic “password” that allows a person or organization to exchange data securely over the Internet using the public key infrastructure (PKI). It is also known as a public key certificate or identity certificate.

수수료 su-su-ryo: fees

신분증 shin-boon-jeung: identification card. A Konglish word is sometimes used in its place 아이디 (literally I.D.)

외국인등록증 oe-guk-in-deung-rok-jeung: Alien Registration Card (ARC)

재직증명서 jae-jik-jeung-myeong-seo: Certificate of Employment. This document proves that you are employed at a particular institution and your salar

외국환 지정거래 oe-guk-hwan ji-jeong-geo-rae: Foreign  Exchange Transaction

한국내 전화번호 han-guk-nae jeon-hwa-beon-ho: Korean phone number

여권 yeo-gwon: passport

비밀번호 bi-mil-beon-ho: password

이체 ee-che: transfer

비자 bi-ja: visa

Transferring funds & receiving money


비밀번호를 재발급 하고 싶어요. I need to reset my password.

제가__을/를 잃어버렸어요, 새로운__을/를 받을 수 있어요? I lost my__, can I receive a new__?

한국 돈을 __로 환전 해 주세요. Please convert my Korean money to __.

은행은 어디에 있습니까? Where is the bank?

은행은 몇 시에 문을 닫나요? What time does the bank close?

Help with opening a bank account

Coin Jar

통장을 만들고 싶어요. I want to make a bank account.

계좌를 개설하고 싶습니다. I want to open a savings account.

체크 카드를 만들고 싶어요. I want to make an ATM card.

인터넷 뱅킹이 필요해요? Do you need Internet banking?

인터넷 뱅킹을 신청할 수 있어요? Can I sign up for Internet Banking?

공인인증서를 발급하고 싶어요. I would like to apply for a digital certificate.

수수료 있나요? Are there fees?

Banking issues and problems

신분증이 있나요? Do you have an identity card?

신분증을 주세요. Please give me your identity card.

송금 수수료는 얼마예요? How much will I be charged for a wire transfer?

__에 돈을 보내려고 왔어요. I came in order to send money to __.

__을/를 입금 해주세요. Please deposit this__.

출금 해주세요. Please help me withdraw money.

신용 카드를 신청할 수 있나요? Can I apply for a credit card?

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