Prof. Shin Se-don and Dr. Choi Jieun on the "Korean New Deal" and President Moon's Economic Policies
Sharon : 왜 그 분을 찾는데요?
Why are you looking for that person?
Soo-ho’s employee：저 혹시 선생님이랑 연락 닿으시면 저한테 꼭 좀 연락 주세요. 부탁드리겠습니다.
If you can get in touch with them, please let me know. Please.
Sharon: 우리 동네 대장간? 잠깐만요. 이 회사 대표가 문수호 씨 아닌가요?
Our Neighborhood Blacksmith? Wait. Isn’t the president here Moon Soo-ho?
Yes, that’s right.
Expression of the Week
잠깐 – adv. for a moment; for an instant; for a while
Casual – 잠깐만 or 잠깐
Semi-polite/polite – 잠깐만요
>>[잠깐만요] is an abridged form of [잠깐만 기다리세요] with [기다리다] meaning to wait.
>>You can ask someone to wait one moment by using the expression “잠깐만요”, but in the dialogue, the expression is used by Sharon as a way of thinking out loud meaning “wait” or “hang on”.