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07:01 Jul 9, 2003
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: I love you
i just wanna know how to say it

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5사랑해- Sa-rang-hae



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sa - rong - hae - yo
사 - 랑 - 해 - 요

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사랑해- Sa-rang-hae

'사랑해요' does mean "I love you", but it uses the more polite version, not the version amongst friends. All of my Korean friends, myself included, use the shortened version when we tell our loved ones that we love them.

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