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Way to Say Love in Korean

By Guest Author On August 20, 2011 Under Improve Your Life, Improve Your Self Esteem, Law of Attraction

People have diverse viewpoints with regards to love subject to their country and traditions.  In quite a few countries people are not as expressive regarding their emotions and feelings in public or privately. This is particularly true when those emotions involve love or verbal expressions of love.  In such communities one may not notice the phrase “I love you” being spoken as often or as openly due to cultural norms. Rather, love is usually demonstrated by being there for family and providing for their wishes and needs.

It is certain to express one’s emotions in conversations and for each distinct country there are corresponding words and phrases to express them. In the Korean language, the word “love” is translated as “sarang.” Saying “I love you” in Korean is “Dangshin-eul saranghapnida.”  Expressing “The parents’ love for their children is huge” in Korean is “Bumonim-eui Jashik-eh Dehan Sarang-eun Kuda.” Whenever someone is describing somebody he loves you might hear the expression “nyegah saranghaneum saram” which translates as “a person I adore.” Whenever using the phrase in a sentence one may say “Gu-neun nyegah saranghaneum saramida” which means that “He is the person I love.”

One romantic phrase that is frequently heard or used such as “the power of love” is the same as “Sarang-eui him.”  This phrase is used when a person wants to convey the sentiment that if love is used as an inspiration, then nearly anything can be overcome or accomplished. So many people say “Sarang-eui Himuro Yuhkgyung-eul Ieegyuhneja” which actually means “Let’s overcome this agony with the strength of love.”

Looking at a different point of view, ‘love’ is not a word used only by and for the passionate. One may use ‘love’ to talk about objects as well such as “I love pizza” or “Na-neun pizza-reul joh-ah-handa.”  To say “I love life” a person could say “Na-neun inseng-i jeulguhpda.” If you happen to fall in love with a new carpet that your friend owns, you could say to him “Na-neun nuh-eui carpet-i jungmallo mah-eum-eh deunda.”  If questioned about the what food you love, then you could say “Na-neun Bob Joh-ah-handa” meaning “I cook rice.”

Numerous movies and tracks also have ‘love’ as a theme. You can regularly find Korean words adoration in the numerous sorts of media. An example is the phrase “my love” or “Ne sarang.” If you would like to know to speak Korean while enjoying yourself, then view movies or tune in to favorite songs where you will most probably hear the expression “naneun dangsineul saranghamnida” or “I love you.”  “I love her” or “Naneun keonyeoreul saranghamnida” and “I love him” or “Naneun keoreul saranghamnida” are also quite common phrases you hear in songs and films.

It is pretty common to find people conversing about this fundamental human emotion called love. Knowing how to say in Korean that various “I love” expressions used to pertain to feelings for persons or things is necessary if one wish to understand what is being spoken in a lot of chats.

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