Romantic Music Video – Words That Are Hard 2 Say

Lee Seung Gi - Nam Sang Mi


Words That are Hard to Say (하기 힘든 말) – is touted as the Most Romantic Music Video in Korea if you have to go by the number of likes it has received on YouTube. It has around 6 million likes on YouTube from K-POP fans across the world.

South Korean singer and actor, Lee Seung Gi (이승기)  features in this music video along with South Korean actress, Nam Sang-Mi (남상미). This song is originally from his hit album – Crazy For You – released in Jan. 2006.

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The lyrics in Hangul(the Korean alphabet) are below:
사랑해 너보다 값진 건 없어
널 사랑해 세상누구보다 더
저 하늘에 빛을 따라가다 만난
오직 나를 위한 한사람

톡톡 튀는 우리들의 bubble love

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