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This depends on the class. Usually it is some form of "hello / How are you?" In korean this would be:
An nyeung ha say yo - 안녕하세요
An nyeung ha shim ni ka - 안녕 하십 니까

The second is the most formal method, usually used when addressing a Grandmaster.

it should sound like the English words:
on young hah say yo

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I don't know if there is an actual thing the instructor says, but usually a greeting, whether in English (Hello) or Korean (ahn-yeung-ha-seh-yo/ahn-yeung).

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