"I hope I didnt make you uncomfortable" in Korean? I was wondering how to say "I hope I didnt make you uncomfortable" or "I hope it wasn't too much" in a natural way, in Korean. Situation is, I extended an invitation to an acquaintance which may have been too soon given we are not that close. I was wondering how to express that I hope my invite didnt make them uncomfortable, or I hope it wasn't too much? 너한테 초대했을때 기분을 불쾌하게하면 죄송해요 That's the closest I come come up with off the top of my head but I'd like to make it more natural and not awkward. Can anyone help?
Nov 29, 2014 10:02 AM
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March 1, 2019
I hope I didn't make you uncomfortable. = 제가 당신을 불편하게 하지 않았길 바라요. I hope my invite didn't make you uncomfortable. = 제 초대가 당신을 불편하게 하지 않았길 바라요. I'm sorry that my invite makes you feel unpleasant. = 당신을 초대한 게 기분을 상하게 했다면 미안해요. / 제 초대가 당신의 기분을 상하게 했다면 미안해요. (feel unpleasant = 불쾌하게 생각하다. 기분을 상하게 하다.) I translated literally, but you can say "제 초대에 대해서 부담 느끼지 않으셔도 돼요.". It means "You don't have to feel burden with my invite.".
November 29, 2014
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