You write “I miss you” in Korean like this:
Bo Go Shi Paw Yo
You can watch a video of a Korean speaker saying the words “I miss you” on KoreanGirlinSG.com.
This phrase, when translated directly, actually means “I want to see you”, but it is used interchangeably in this context.
Speakers should keep in mind that they will only use the above translation when speaking with older people, since it is the more respectful version.
When speaking to friends or younger people, you should say:
Bo Go Shi Paw
The second version doesn’t have the “yo” at the end of the sentence, so it is a much more casual version.
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