1. What is the difference between ‘ 사랑해’,’ 사랑’ and ‘ 사랑해요’?
They all mean I Love You/Love, but the difference is…
사랑해: “I love you” in the informal tone. You would say this to a friend, boyfriend/girlfriend, or someone you’re very close to and chill with. This is a verb phrase.
사랑해요: “I love you” in the formal tone. You would say this to a boyfriend/girlfriend, parent, or someone you want to talk to with respect. This is a verb phrase.
사랑: It’s “Love” in the noun form.
2. 캄보디아 에서왔습니다.
……. 에서왔습니다. I come from …
캄보디아 = Cambodia
캄보디아 에서왔습니다. = I come from Cambodia.