How do you say "I will make you love me" or "I will make you fall in love with me" in Korean? I'm aware this is a really cheesy question, but I've become curious as to how you can say that in Korean. Is there a way to say it?
Dec 6, 2017 6:38 PM
Answers · 4
i will make you love me ==>나는 너가 나를 사랑하게 만들것이다.=directed translation.very weirdㅋㅋ 나한테 반하게 해주지!!!.or 날 사랑할수 밖에 없게 해주지!!in natural talk translation. ~반하다=fall in love or sth blow up my mind. i hope my answer would be helpful. Thank you.
December 7, 2017
I guess I based my answer mostly on mathematical logic, and sometimes languages are quite illogical
December 7, 2017
in my opinion, it can be " 날 사랑하게 만들거야." literally. but it can be romantic or not depending on your deep warm heart. :P otherwise it could be aggressive way to be accepted to the other.
December 7, 2017
I'm only basing this answer on the grammar, so wether or not it is actually used is hard for me to say. But I assume it would be something like this: 난 널 사랑하일래 or 넌 날 사랑할 거 만들래 I am more sure of the correctness of the latter than the former,which is more like "I will be loved by you" I think. (I am too uncertain to post as an answer ㅋㅋㅋ)
December 6, 2017
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