이태선：정말 안 데려다줘도 돼?
Tae-seon: I really don’t have to take you back?
Tae-seon: Let me pay for the ride.
김시은：됐다. 내도 돈 있다. 개않다.
Si-eun: That’s fine. I have money. Don’t worry about it.
Tae-seon: Then, goodbye.
Expression of the Week
잘 가 (goodbye)
잘 – adv. well
가다 – v. to go
Casual – 잘 가
Polite – 안녕히 가세요
>>[잘 가] literally means to “go well” or to “leave well.” It is a casual way of saying “goodbye” as a person is telling the other person to take care and have a good trip on their way back home or wherever they are heading.
>>Another casual way that Koreans say goodbye is by saying [잘 지내] which means to “stay well” or “take care of yourself (until we meet again).”