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Marta
how to say "sunshine" in korean? I mean "sunshine" as a way of addressing a close person. So I can say something like "Hello sunshine" or "have a good day sunshine" to a close person ^^ I'm looking for a word that either translates directly or have a similar meaning of shining or being warm? Does a word like that exist in korean? If not then what are some words to address a person like that? thank you!
Oct 18, 2014 4:54 PM
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You can use 야 or 이봐. But it maybe sound rude. Hello, sunshine! 어이, 이봐! Look, sunshine, who do you think you're talking to? 아니, 이봐, 당신 지금 누구에게 말을 하고 있다고 생각하는 거야? If you want something like honey, you can use 여보, 얘, 자기 All right, honey. 알았어, 자기. Honey , have you paid the gas bill? 여보, 가스 요금은 지불했어요?
October 19, 2014
Hi . :) I think you can say "운명" (un-myeong). "The 운명 (un-myeong) means "My sunshine" or "My destiny". It may changed into "My Sunshine" if you write it like this : 너는 내 운명 >> 너는 (na-neun) 내 (nae) 운명 (un-myeong) >> You are my sunshine" source: https://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20090929210532AAjvd2j
October 18, 2014
Marta
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