좋은 아침, Simon!
좋은 아침! = Good morning!
I guess 시내 is her name.
SImon Gray wrote: (what are some good resources that don't just teach you formal Korean, BTW?).
None comes to mind, offhand ... let me think about it and get back to you... in any case, you should start by learning how to read the Korean script. Start here with the vowels (they haven't gotten around to the consonants it seems): VOWELS
. That site shows you how to write them, how to pronounce them (audio and video) and has practice exercises to make sure you got it!
Here's another good place to begin: KBS Let's Learn Korean
Junesun's lessons are also very good: Junesun's site
Check them all out!