Say in Korean: It's up to you.


Learn how to say It’s up to you in Korean. Here's a Korean drama dialogue with texts in both Korean and English. The script of each speaker is highlighted in two different colors and the lines are split up for easy understanding of the sentence structure and grammar.

SCENARIO: I bumped into my ex-girlfriend after seven years. We didn’t have a nice closure so I wanted to take the chance to say the words left unspoken.

얘기 좀 해. 할 얘기가 있어.
Let's talk. I've something to say to you.

잠깐이면 돼.
It won’t take long.

저는 잠깐이든 오래든
It doesn't matter if it takes long or not

전 할 얘기가 없습니다.
but I have nothing to say to you.

*She walked off.

잠깐만. 내가 할 얘기가 있다고.
Hold on. I said I have something to say.

그 쪽이 무슨 얘기를 하든
I don't care what you've got to say.

난 들을 마음도 시간도 없다고요.
I don't want to listen to it and I have no time for it.

*I grabbed her arm the moment she turned her back on me.

이거 놔요. 놔라고요.
Let go of me. Let go of me.

오늘 바쁘면 내일 봐도 돼.
If you are busy, we can meet tomorrow.

내가 그쪽으로 갈게. 시청 앞 두시.
I will go to your place, 2 o’clock in front of the city hall.

기다리던지 말던지
Whether you wait or not

마음대로 하세요. 
it’s up to you. 

난 안 나갈테니깐. 안녕히 가세요.
I’m not going anyway. Goodbye.