Tangshin-i cho-a-yo

English translation: I love you (Korean)

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Korean term or phrase:Tangshin-i cho-a-yo
English translation:I love you (Korean)
Entered by: Michael Estes

11:12 Jan 29, 2002
Korean to English translations [Non-PRO]
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Korean term or phrase: Tangshin-i cho-a-yo
This is again from my girlfriend, but I do not know what language it is
Adam Clement
"I love you"
Explanation:
Your girlfriend is either Korean or is learning Korean. The translation I routinely see is "I like you, in a romantic way." Back home, we call that love. Anyway, there are several websites available that can help you with an answer, as you see fit!
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"I love you"


Explanation:
Your girlfriend is either Korean or is learning Korean. The translation I routinely see is "I like you, in a romantic way." Back home, we call that love. Anyway, there are several websites available that can help you with an answer, as you see fit!


    Reference: http://singles.dreammatch.com/iloveyou.html
Michael Estes
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