Question: What is the meaning of Saranghaeyo?

Standard “I Love You” in Korean This is the standard way of saying “I love you” in Korean. Listen Here: 사랑해요 (saranghaeyo) The dictionary form of the verb “to love” is 사랑하다 (saranghada).

What is meaning of Saranghaeyo in English?

Sarang (사랑) means love. Sarang + hae (사랑해) = to love (informal, only to close friends and people younger than you) Saranghaeyo (사랑해요) means to love too, but its polite. See a translation.

Whats the difference between saranghae and Saranghaeyo?

saranghae is in close relationship or similar age. Sarsnghaeyo is Saranghae + yo. At the end of the word + yo means to show politeness. saranghamnida is kinda formal and usually used in formal situations like wedding ceremonies or propse.

Is Saranghaeyo Korean?

사랑해요 (saranghaeyo) is a respectful way to say “I love you”. But theyre both written the same way in Korean Hangul: 사랑해요. Now, the informal (and most common) way to say “I love you” in the Korean language is 사랑해 (saranghae). 사랑해 (saranghae) is used between couples, and sometimes even close friends.

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