BTS Asking their S/O how to say “I love you” in their native language
Requested by @armysyehet: “Heyy !! Can I request the boys asking their s/o to learn them how to say “I love you” in their native language? Thank you !!”
A/N: sorry this took a while! :D i was out for a bit
It was during the middle of dinner when you realized that Jin had something on his mind. His eyes never left yours, yet you weren’t even looking at him, but you felt him staring at you. You turn your head to him to compliment his cooking and you lean across the table for a kiss. He smiles and returns the favor before you whisper to him that you love him. He stares at you with a soft smile, you’re left wondering why he didn’t say it back. His mouth hangs open as if he’s trying to find words then he finally sucks it up and asks you how to say “I love you” in your native language. You laugh and tell him, but he butchers the pronunciation which makes you laugh even more.
You ask Yoongi to freestyle a rap and he smiles at you, “Sure, Jagiya. It’s for you though.”
You look at him with doe eyes, “Really? Yay!”
He confirms with a slight nod and asks you how to say “I love you” in your mother language. You tell him quicker than expected and he blinks multiple times for it to sink in. He laughs it off and starts to rap. He was quick, but slowed down when he tried to say “I love you.” Instead, it comes out as words that have a completely different meaning and you fall to the ground laughing.
Hoseok randomly asks you how to say “I love you” in your main language and you teach him, even if it takes tens of minutes. For the rest of the day, he would just unsystematically say it to get a beaming grin from you every time. By the end of the day when he says it the last time, you reply with it in your native language as well and he is in awe.
Namjoon is producing a new song dedicated to you and he paces the room back and forth on his phone, trying to figure out how to say “I love you” in your native language. Then, he gets an idea. He opens up the recorder app on his phone and sits down next to you. You look over at him, wondering why he suddenly sat so close to you. “Jagiya,” he asks while taking out his phone and opening up the latest tab on his browser, “how do you say this?”
You look down at the phone and read “I love you” in your language like it was nothing and it took you a while to comprehend what he just did. He repeats the way you say it until perfection before he goes and records his song. When he finally shows you the final product, you hear your own voice in one of the hooks of his song and you become flustered. He leans over to you and whispers he loves you in your language once again.
You’re practicing dancing with Jimin for four hours today and three pass by in no time. Within those three hours, Jimin is beating himself up over the fact he cannot perfect the dance as quick as he expected himself to. You assure him of many things and hug him, “You know I love you, right?” your accent slipping.
He pulls away from you, hands on your shoulder still and gulps, “How do you say that in your mother language?”
You pause before telling him and he flashes the eye smile at you.
“I see, Jagiya~” The corners of your lips curve up in expectations of what he is going to say and he finally says he loves you in your language.
Taehyung’s script in one of the dramas he is in requires him to say “I love you” in your language and he asks you to teach him. You teach him until perfection and when he comes home from filming, he yells at the door your name and that he loves you a lot. You question what got into him and he just yells it again. He continues until you yell it back and respond with a kiss.
You and Jungkook are on a date, walking down the streets of Seoul, until you spot an advertisement on a board that has a part written in your language. Laughing at the joke, Jungkook looks over and stares at it in hopes that he would miraculously understand. The thought of you saying “I love you” invades his mind and he straight up asks without a second thought. You stare back at him and tell him, hand gripping his tighter out of nervousness.
“I see.” he replies, but he never says it back.
It takes him until the end of the date for him to build up the courage to speak your native language and even though it wasn’t perfect, you laugh at him and kiss him anyway.
“I love you too.”