I love you with all my heart, always and forever

C.H.L

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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.
 
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  • 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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    Anais Ninn

    Senior Member
    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
     

    Anais Ninn

    Senior Member
    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
     

    Mallarme

    Senior Member
    AmEng., "lapsed" 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
    Oh ok, that's good to know :D. Thanks again!
     
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