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Hope someone could help me.

What is the difference between 실례합니다 and 미안합니다 ?
Both mean "sorry"...isn't it?

Thx

@sandy0811 - 실례합니다 is more like "Excuse me", where as 미안합니다 means "I'm sorry".

If I want to squeeze between two people on the bus, I would say "실례합니다". 미안합니다 and 죄송합니다 have similar meanings, with 죄송합니다 being more formal and polite.

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