TurtleJoe wrote:So my ex sent me this the other day. 넌 언제나 내 마음 속에 있을거야
What does it mean, the meaning behind it and how do you say it romanized?
/nen enceyna nay maum sok.ey iss.ul.ke.ya/
you.TOP always I.POSS heart inside-LOC be.PRSP.thing.COP.INF
"You will always be in my heart."
Google Translate can be a little dodgy for Korean, but it looks like it got it right this time. Their transcriptions are generally reliable. "Neon eonjena nae ma-eum sog-e iss-eulgeoya" is how you would transcribe this according to the official Revised Romanisation. (I use Yale above, which is a strict transliteration, because I'm a linguist by training.)
Ending a sentence with a verb in the bare infinitive form (as your ex did here) is an indicator of the so-called "intimate" speech level
"Richmond is a real scholar; Owen just learns languages because he can't bear not to know what other people are saying."--Margaret Lattimore on her two sons