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I love you with all my heart, always and forever

Discussion in '한국어 (Korean)' started by C.H.L, Sep 26, 2009.

  1. C.H.L New Member

    English
    How to write "I love you with all my heart, always and forever" in Korean language. Is it possible to form it in alphabets eg. I love you = sarang heyo. If possible, that'll be great.
     
    Last edited: Sep 27, 2009
  2. Mallarme Senior Member

    AmEng., "lapsed" Korean
    항상, 영원히 온 마음으로 사랑해요

    hang-sang, yeong-weon-hi, on ma-eum-eu-ro sa-rang-hae-yo

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  3. C.H.L New Member

    English
    Thanks.. ;D
     
  4. Anais Ninn

    Anais Ninn Senior Member

    London, UK
    Korean
    I would say 온 마음을 다해서 영원히 언제나 당신을 사랑해요. (On ma-umul dah-heso young-won-hee on-je-nah dahng-shinul sah-rahng heyo.)

    Good luck! ;-)

    Anais
     
  5. Mallarme Senior Member

    AmEng., "lapsed" Korean
    Anais, my translation was:

    Do you think that sounds strange, awkward, or unnatural?:confused:

    Thanks!
     
  6. Anais Ninn

    Anais Ninn Senior Member

    London, UK
    Korean
    I cannot explain you why, but somehow "항상, 영원히 온 마음으로" doesn't strike me as the word order that a native speaker would choose as a first option. Nevertheless, your sentence is grammatically correct and easy to understand. It's just a very minor subtlety. :)

    Anais
     
  7. Mallarme Senior Member

    AmEng., "lapsed" Korean
    Oh ok, that's good to know :D. Thanks again!
     
  8. mistercomposer New Member

    American English
    My only suggestion is to avoid the redundancy. "Forever" and "always" mean the same thing.
     
  9. Anais Ninn

    Anais Ninn Senior Member

    London, UK
    Korean
    Actually, in Korean, redundancy is not a problem at all. You can use 'forever' and 'always' in the same sentence. :)

    Hope it helps!

    Anais
     

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