천만에요 is close to ‘never’, is proper in this example (below) -너 A 좋아하지, 그렇지? You love A, don’t you? -천만에, 나 이미 사랑하는 사람이 있어 Absolutely no, I already have a lady who I love.
천만에요 would be good, but NOT really used very often in everyday modern Korean. But it is an expression used only in textbooks. But Koreans rarely say 천만에요 (in Korea) Speaking in Korea: 네~ (with a light smile) / 아니에요 (don't mention it / no problem / it is nothing) / 아녜요 별 말씀을요 The above is formal / polite
아니야 고맙긴 뭘~ 어~ 응~ The above is informal / casual There is no word which is exactly equivalent to in Korean. Koreans respond in various ways to ‘thank you’ such as ‘네’, ‘뭘요’, ‘고맙긴요’ etc.
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