It’s only because we were so excited to see our friends in Malaysia! We made sure to rest as much as possible beforehand as well.
And thank you for being happy with us~. I can feel your sincerity from here. ㅋ.
I certainly didn’t advise him to slip for a gutter like that on national television~. ㅎㅋㅋㅋ
I’ll definitely try to do so. Thank you for being patient and waiting~.
You will continue waiting for us, right? ^^ Until next time, then.
Actually, “사랑해 (sa-rang-hae)” and “사랑합니다 (sa-rang-hab-ni-da)” are both ways to say “I love you.”
The difference is that “사랑해” is not as formal as “사랑합니다.”
“사랑합니다” is a little more serious as a confession to someone you love and may hold in a kind of high respect.