How to Say “I Love You” in Korean – Get it Right First Time!

How do you say “I love you” in Korean? And what does “saranghae” mean? Translate “I love you” in Korean through an app, and it’ll tell you the answer is 사랑해 (saranghae). And 사랑해 (saranghae) does mean “I love you” — but it might not be the right phrase to use! Why? Because Korean has a hierarchical way of speaking. That means you change how formally you speak depending on who you’re talking to and the situation. Besides that, Koreans only recently started to be more open with saying “I…

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The Only Thing I Want to Remember About 2020 Is Hilaria Baldwin. – The Everywhereist

It is December 31st, the last day of 2020 – a year that has been supersaturated with so much shit and grief that it’s almost bordered the absurd. I have been to a Zoom wedding and a Zoom baby shower and a Zoom funeral, experiencing the spectrum of human existence in halting pixilation. I try to remember what it feels like to hug my mother, as she sits eight feet away from me in the frigid cold of my backyard, shouting that I should have a merry Christmas. (I did…

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