I Hate You in Korean

How to Say ‘I Hate You’ in Korean

Although you might not use this phrase often, knowing how to say ‘I hate you’ in Korean can be quite useful! It is basically the same as saying “I hate that’, or ‘I hate it’. By learning how to say ‘I hate you’, you can express these feelings, even if you aren’t saying ‘I hate you’ directly to somebody.

The reason that this phrase is so useful is that in Korean, often the subject and object of a sentence (for example ‘I’ and ‘you’ in the phrase ‘I like you’) are not said. This means that you can just say ‘hate’, and people will know what thing you are talking about based on the context.

Let’s cover the different ways to say ‘I Hate You’ in Korean.

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