If your significant other is the same age or younger, you may be able to use that person’s name. If you don’t use it yet, get on it and learn the ins-and-outs pronto! As you get further along with your Korean relationship, you’ll want to explain your feelings. These phrases are in 반말 (informal language), since they’ll likely be used with a significant other or someone close to you.
As your feelings become stronger, you’ll need the words to communicate those emotions onto your partner.
As they start spending time together they grow closer and closer and eventually find themselves in love.
Having fallen in love with his OS, Theodore finds himself dealing with feelings of both great joy and doubt.
Theodore happens to see an ad for a new computer operating system that is programmed with a personality, and decides to give it a shot.
His new operating system Samantha, voiced by Scarlett Johansson, is not only intelligent but also charming and understanding, and she and Theo quickly fall in love.
Now, after a slightly less successful (but still enjoyable) adaptation of Where The Wild Things Are, Spike Jonze has written and directed his most complete and poignant film yet, Her.
The story, taking place in a near future when people spend more time talking to their computers than they do to each other, stars Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore Twombly, a lonely man whose job is to write heartfelt personal letters for people not willing to do it themselves.
It has an engaging style similar to that of Sofia Coppola's Lost In Translation.
Like in that film, there's a certain poetic yet whimsical quality to the dialogue in Her and both the main characters are plagued by feelings of loneliness.