I got a comment on a picture I posted online and using google translate returns "Annyang" which I have no idea what it means, the whole comment was: "안냥하세요 항상감탄하네요". I don't speak korean but I think it means he liked it?
It's a typo. It should be 안녕하세요, which means "hello." The second part should be 항상 감탄하네요 (two words). I think the meaning (here) is something like, "Wow, your pictures are always so nice." 항상 means "always," and the 네 part of the verb is used to express a reaction to something. 항상 감탄해요 (without 네) would mean "I always like your pictures" (as a general statement). Here, 네 is expressing the realization, in reaction to your picture, that your pictures are always nice.
At least that's my non-native interpretation. I'm interested in the opinions of native speakers.