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How would you say " please give me more side dishes" in Korean?

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존(John) : 이모님, 반찬이 너무 맛있어요 Auntie, the side dishes are so good.
[이모님, 반차니 너무 마시써요]
반찬 좀 더 주세요. I'd like some more side dishes, please.
[반찬 좀 더 주세요] (Please, give me more side dishes)
점원 : 우리집 반찬이 맛있죠? My side dishes are delicious, right?
[우리집 반차니 마딛쬬?] (My restaurant’s side dishes are good,right?)
뭘 더 드릴까요? What else can I get you?
[뭘 더 드릴까요]
존(John) : 이것 저것 다 더 주세요.
[이걷 저걷 다 더 주세요]

The notation in parentheses is the actual pronunciation.

존(John) :Auntie, the side dishes are so good.
John is an outgoing and polite young man, given that he can call a middle-aged woman working in a restaurant an aunt(이모). 이모 is mother's sister in Korean, but you can also call a middle-aged woman who works at a restaurant 이모. If you're not sure how to call the waitress or the waiter at the restaurant, you can just say 여기요 or 저기요
님 : a bound noun that is added after a title when calling someone older or higher than you. 이모님[이모님] Aunt, 고모님[고모님] Aunt, 선생님[선생님] teacher, 교수님[교수님] professor,기사님[기사님]Driver,스님[스님]Monk

존(John) :Auntie, the side dishes are so good.
맛있어(요) [마시써요/마디써요] Delicious, yummy, good
맛있습니다[마싣씀니다/마딛씀니다]
반찬[반찬] Side dishes Side dishes are served free of charge in Korean restaurants. However, some tourist restaurants offer side dish only 1 time or additional side dishes for a fee.
너무[너무] (adverb) in a state well beyond a certain degree or limit. It can be used for both positive and negative meanings.
너무 좋다[너무 조타] It's so nice. 너무 더럽다[너무 더럽따] It's so dirty

존(John) : I'd like some more side dishes, please.
(Please, give me more side dishes)
좀 adverb
1.‘조금’s abbreviation.
물건값이 비싸다. The price of the goods is a little high.
[물건갑씨 좀 비싸다]
어머니가 편찮으신 것 같다. My mother seems to be a little ill.
[어머니가 좀 편차느신 걷 갇따]
늦었습니다.[좀 느젇씀니다] It's a little late.

존(John) : I'd like some more side dishes, please.
(Please, give me more side dishes)
좀 adverb
2.부탁이나 동의를 구할 때 말을 부드럽게 하기 위하여 삽입하는 말.
a word inserted to make a word agreeable when seeking a favor or consent.
손 좀 빌려주세요. Please help me(Please lend me your hands)
[손 좀 빌려주세요]
이것 좀 드세요 Please have this.(Please eat this)
[이걷 좀 드세요]

존(John) : I'd like some more side dishes, please.
(Please, give me more side dishes)
좀 adverb
2.부탁이나 동의를 구할 때 말을 부드럽게 하기 위하여 삽입하는 말.
a word inserted to make a word agreeable when seeking a favor or consent.
무엇 물어봐도 될까(요)? May I ask you something?
[무얻 좀 무러봐도 될까요]
무엇 물어봐도 돼(요)? May I ask you something?
[무얻 좀 무러봐도 돼요]

존(John) : I'd like some more side dishes, please.
(Please, give me more side dishes)
좀 adverb
2.부탁이나 동의를 구할 때 말을 부드럽게 하기 위하여 삽입하는 말.
a word inserted to make a word agreeable when seeking a favor or consent.
그만 해(요) Please,Stop it.
[그만 좀 해요]
야, Hey, Stop-When someone annoys you or bothers you.
[야, 쫌]

존(John) : I'd like some more side dishes, please.
(Please, give me more side dishes)
adverb
(quantity,degree) more; (degree) further; (distance) farther; (one more) another; again; (some[a few, a little] more
1. in succession or in addition to it
먹어 Eat more 먹어요 Eat more 드세요 Please eat more
[더 머거] [더 머거요] [더 드세요]
조금 기다리자 Let's wait a little longer.
[조금 더 기다리자]

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