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how to say ( i love you ) and ( i hate you ) in korean...?

For learning: Korean
Base language: Korean
Category: Culture

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    " 사랑해요 [sa-rang-hae-yo] " means " I love you ", " 좋아해요 [joh-a-hae-yo] " means " I like you "

    And " 싫어해요 [shilh-o-hae-yo ----> shi-ro-hae-yo] " means " I dislike you " and " 미워요 [mi-wo-yo] " means " I hate you "!


    " 요 yo " is a term for politeness, you can omit it if you're close to the person or you are insulting the other person ( very awkward advice :| )!

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