Lee Seung Gi Forever

Dedicated to my absolute favorite Korean singer/actor/MC Lee Seung Gi

[English translation] “To J” Lyrics ~ Teacher Lee Sun Hee’s Song

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I haven’t found English lyrics for this classic song, so I did my best to share its meaning with international fans. Just in time for tonight’s healing camp:

 Credit: SBSNOW

For readers who live in countries where this clip is not available, another option:

Credit: SBSNOW

English translation:

”To J”

J in the subtle wind

J as I see your image
Today as well, I quietly
long for you

J in my dreams the other night
J the image that I met
Deep in my heart
Forever you remain

J even if a beautiful summer’s day
were to disappear far away

J my love
still has not changed
J I can’t forget you

J I love you
J where we walked

 J that path of memories
Tonight as well, I alone
I am walking it alone

 

Credit: Naver blog for Korean lyrics

Korean to English translation by Elise Min, Lee Seung Gi Forever

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4 thoughts on “[English translation] “To J” Lyrics ~ Teacher Lee Sun Hee’s Song

  1. Hi omuraisu,

    Thank you for your kind words. My wish for this blog is to spread Seung Gi’s love to non-Korean speaking fans. I also couldn’t find any English translations for “J” either and thought other Airens would want to know the meaning behind the words. Glad you enjoyed it. ^^

  2. Thanks Elise, I searching “To J” translation for a long time, I even didn’t found it romaji lyric so i couldn’t google translate it. Until now I listening that song with only know one and two word of it. It’d be nice if you can translate some of Seunggi song that haven’t being translated yet. No pressure though, since we know you’re really a bussy girl. Once again, thanks for your hardwork. 🙂

  3. Thank you Elise for all your hard work to keep International fans informed, I for one so much appreciated what you do. I love this song and now it is even more special to now be able to read an understand the words:))

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