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20:18 Dec 22, 2003
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase:God Bless you
God Bless You as in a greeting or ending to a letter. South Korean translation from English.
Explanation: There are two ways to translate this.
If you intend to deliver this in more religious way, you can say “신의 가호가 함께 하시길 (바랍니다) <Shinui gahoga hamkae hashigil (baramnida)>.”
Otherwise, it can be said “축복이 함께 하시길 (바랍니다) <Chookboki hamkae hashigil (baramnida)>.”
“baramnida” means “WISH(v.).” and can be omitted.
cyberyoo Native speaker of: Korean PRO pts in pair: 4