Korean flash cards with Hangul, pronunciation and meaning – all about love! Learn how to say I love you in Korean, I miss you in Korean, boyfriend in Korean, and much more! Since it was such a success on our Tumblr blog we decided to post it here, on our main blog, as well.
In case you are not sure how to do it, here is how to type Korean.
Korean Love Flashcards
- How to say boyfriend in Korean
- How to say girlfriend in Korean
- How to say darling in Korean
- How to say my love in Korean
Haeyo-che (middle) formality level
- How to say I love you in Korean
- How to say I miss you in Korean
- How to say I like you in Korean
- How to say You make my heart flutter in Korean
- How to say Kiss me, please in Korean
Hae-che (lower) formality level
- How to say You are handsome in Korean
- How to say I’m yours in Korean
- How to say May I hug you? in Korean
- How to say I miss you in a cute way in Korean
- How to say Kiss me in Korean
Hasipsio-che (higher) formality level
- How to say I need you in my life in Korean
Until I learn Korean language better this is all I can supply as of now. Sorry :)
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160 thoughts on “Korean Love Expressions”
how to write in korean
i am lost without you
please come back to me
what is let me be the one?
Sorry, I don’t know Korean well enough yet, and the translator is gone.
i love korea
How do you say relation/relationship in Korean?
You mean like romantic relationship?
이성관계 (lit. the relationship with the opposite sex)
사귀다 means to date.
But I’m not sure. You should go ask someone who knows Korean better than me.
how do you say “perhaps, do i like you?” it has appeared on the heirs show (start of episode 3) and i want to write it in hangul. hope you can help thanks!
I’m really sorry, as I said, my translator has abandoned me ^^ And I never watched that show. But anyway, I wouldn’t dare type out what I hear without understanding it.
please how i can say “you mean the whole world to me”
how do koreans say good bye
I believe it is 안녕히 가세요 and 안녕히 계세요.
가다 is a Korean verb that means ‘to go’, 계시다 is a Korean verb that means ‘to stay’. So,
안녕히 가세요 is wishing well for someone who is leaving, and
안영히 계세요 is wishing well for someone who is staying.
Both are translated as ‘good bye’ in English.
Could you explain the grammar in 보고파? how comes it ends in 파 not 싶어?
It’s just meant to sound cute. Like saying “wuv you” instead of “love you”
okay cool thank you
How do you say, “Jungkook will you be my boyfriend?” and “Can you hug me?” ^^thx
How do you say “I’m letting you go”?
Ouch. That’s not very romantic ^^ More… heartbreaking.
How can you say “I hate you because I love you so much”? Thank you :)
How do you say “he is so beautiful”? Thank you! :)
geu neun jeongmal aleumdawoe
How do you say do you love me?