Heejin, Haseul & Yeojin:
yes, you love bread, we know, you love bread so much, it’s the light of your life, you love it so much, you just love bread, we KNOW , you love bread you fucking love bread ok we know, we get it, YOU LOVE BREAD. WE GET IT.
If you watch lots of shoujo then I’m sure you’ve heard ‘suki da’ or 'daisuki desu’ or any formation of those words a lot! Often the subtitles will translate them to 'I love you’. But actually, 好き (suki) means LIKE not LOVE in most cases. You can use it in other sentences like '猫が好き’ which means 'I like cats’. Adding 大(dai) before 好き(suki) makes the phrase stronger.
愛してる or sometimes 愛しています (polite form) literally means 'I love you’. It’s serious, and you don’t hear it very often in casual conversations.