If you’ve been brushing up on your 한국어, then you’ll recall that 내가 means “I” in Korean.
And from the verb 쏘다 (ssoda), which means “to shoot” (pew pew), this Korean phrase 내가 쏠게 means “I will pay” or “my shout”. You can say this at the end of a date if you want to impress your companion and settle the bill, or just want to treat your friends.
It’s a bit more of a slang phrase then the typical formal speech, so try it out to extra impress your Korean friends!
Now what if you want to praise your colleagues or are leaving work and wishing your coworkers well?
수 – Su
고 – Go
하 – Ha
세요 – Seyo
The first two characters mean “effort” and the entire phrase translates to “work hard”. What it means in Korean culture is equivalent to “keep up the good work”. Usually said when you’re leaving an office or place of work and saying farewell to the staff there.