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In Korean, "you" can be translated into half a dozen different words depending on the relationship between the parties or who talks to whom. That's why no one has yet attempted to give you the translation. If your boyfriend is quite close to you and well-acquainted each other (not requiring formality any more), you could even say "너" (between young persons of a same age or equal social status) or "자기"(a younger generation Korean colloguialism expressing affection). Unless you specify the relationship further, it is almost impossible to suggest an exact Korean translation. Korean language is so delicate or complicated to foreigners.
Young Kwon South Korea Native speaker of: Korean PRO pts in pair: 294