Say in Korean: to make something official


Learn how to say to make something official 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 met Dongchan in the music club and we get along instantly. He does things a typical boyfriend would do to his girl so I thought he has feelings for me. Tonight, he took me to dinner for the third time. I think it’s the right time to make our relationship official.

이번이 세 번째 데이트인데
This is like the third time we've gone out. 

슬슬 공식화하는 게 어때?
Can we just make it official?

*공식화하다 means to make something official or known to public

뭘 공식화해? 
Make what official? 

알잖아. 우리 사귀는 거 말야.
You know, that we're dating. 

미안해. 분명히 얘기했잖아.
I'm sorry. But I made it very clear. 

나 사랑하는 사람이 있어.
I'm in love with someone else.


*She then stared at Eunseo who was working part-time in the restaurant. She was a member of the music club too.

은서?
Eunsuh?

그래. 몇 일 됐어.
Yes. For several days now.