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Variations of 'I LOVE YOU' in Korean

Variations of I LOVE YOU in Korean
Variations of I LOVE YOU in Korean

 For K-Pop music and Korean dramas lovers, the word 'saranghae(yo)' which means 'I love you' is familiar. They even use this word to express their feelings to their partner or favorite idol.

words saranghae(yo) appearing in various songs and Korean dramas, it turns out that the form of the word 'saranghae(yo)' can also be varied to have a much deeper and beautiful meaning. Curious what the variations of the sentence are? See the explanation below!

Variations of I LOVE YOU in Korean

진심으로 사랑해(요) (I love you with all of my heart)

First, you can use 진심으로 사랑해(요) or what is read as jinsimeuro Saranhae(yo). This sentence means 'I love you with all my heart' or literally means 'I love you from the bottom of my heart'.

Keep in mind, the addition of the suffix ~요 or what is read as ~yo is used to change the form of the sentence to be more polite and formal. Therefore you can add this suffix when the other person is someone who is less close or older than you. Don't forget, okay?

하늘만큼 땅만큼 사랑해(요) (I love you to the moon and back)

Next is 하늘만큼 땅만큼 사랑해(요) or what is read as 'haneulmankeum ddangmankeum Saranhae(yo)'. This sentence has the meaning 'I love you as far as the distance to the moon to return to the earth' which shows how much we love the other person.

This sentence also has the meaning as 'I love you as the heavens and the earth'. So sweet, right?

생각하고 있는 것 이상으로 사랑해(요) (I love you more than you know)

Confused about what to say when expressing your feelings to the person you love? Maybe you can also use the phrase '생각하고 있는 것 이상으로 사랑해(요)'  or what is read as 'saenggakhago itneun geot isangeuro Saranhae(yo)'.

This sentence means 'I love you more than you know' or literally means 'I love you more than you think or imagine'.

말로 표현할 수없을 만큼 사랑해(요) (I love you more than words can express)

Next, for those of you who are confused about how to describe your love for your partner, you can use the sentence '말로 표현할 수없을 만큼 사랑해(요)' or what is read as 'mallo pyohyeonhal sueobseul mankeum Saranhae(yo)'.

This sentence has a meaning as 'I love you more than words can express' or literally means 'no words can express my love'.

시간이 지날수록 더 사랑해(요) (I love you more and more everyday)

Do you feel more and more in love with your partner as time goes by? Then the sentence '시간이 지날수록 더 사랑해(요)' or what is read as 'sigani jinalsurok deo Saranhae(yo)' can be said to your partner.

This sentence means 'I love you more and more every day' or literally means 'as time goes by, I love you more and more'.

내가 얼마나 사랑하는지 모를 거야 (You don't know how much I love you)

Finally, you can also use '내가 얼마나 사랑하는지 모를 거야' or what is read as 'naega eolmana nesthaneunji moreul keoya'. Keep in mind that this sentence is still in the form of (banmal) or informal, so it should be changed if you say it to someone who is not very close or older than you.

And if it is converted into a formal form, this sentence will be '제가 얼마나 사랑하는지 모를 거예요' or read as 'jega eolmana Saranhaneunji moreul keoyeyo'.

This sentence itself means 'you don't know how much I love you'.

Well, that's 6 variations of the sentence 'I love you' in Korean that you can say. Which sentence would you like to say to your partner or favorite idol? Share with us in the comments bellow.


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