[ROM/TRANS/HAN] Kang Seung Yoon Cover of Lee Jeok’s ‘Walk With Me’ Lyrics

Romanisation

Pigonhamyeon jamkkan swieoga gal gireun ajig meonikka
Mulilado hanjan masilkka
Urin imi olae meon gireul geoleoon saramdeulinikka

Nopeun saneul oleugo
Geochin gangeul geonneogo
Gip-eun goljjagileul neom-eoseo
Saengui kkeutjalagi daheul goseuro oneuldo

Gireul ilheun ttaedo isseossji sseuleojin jeogdo isseossji
Geuleodeon ttaemada seolo dagawa
Jobeun eokkaelado naejueo dasi muleupe himeul neoheo

Nopeun saneul oleugo
Geochin gangeul geonneogo
Gip-eun goljjagileul neomeoseo
Saengui kkeutjalagi daheul goseulo oneuldo

Eoneu gose isseulkka geu eodilo hyanghaneun geolkka
Nuguege muleodo moleun chae dasi ileona

Saneul oleugo gangeul geonneogo goljjagileul neomeoseo
Saengui kkeutjalagi daheul goseulo oneuldo

Translation

If you’re tired let’s rest for a while, there is still got a long way to go
Have at least a cup of water
Because we are people who have walked a lot already

Climb a high mountain
Cross a rough river
Go beyond a deep valley
Where it touches the edge of life today

Stayed even when I got lost in the path,even when I collapsed
When such things happened we came to each other
Your head on my narrow shoulder gives strength to my weak knees again

Climb a high mountain
Cross a rough river
Go beyond a deep valley
Where it touches the edge of life today

Where is it? Where is he headed to?
Without knowing whom to ask, get up again

Climb a mountain, cross a river, go beyond a valley
Where it touches the edge of life today

Korean

피곤하면 잠깐 쉬어가 갈 길은 아직 머니까
물이라도 한잔 마실까
우린 이미 오래 먼 길을 걸어온 사람들이니까

높은 산을 오르고
거친 강을 건너고
깊은 골짜기를 넘어서
생의 끝자락이 닿을 곳으로 오늘도

길을 잃은 때도 있었지 쓰러진 적도 있었지
그러던 때마다 서로 다가와
좁은 어깨라도 내주어 다시 무릎에 힘을 넣어

높은 산을 오르고
거친 강을 건너고
깊은 골짜기를 넘어서
생의 끝자락이 닿을 곳으로 오늘도

어느 곳에 있을까 그 어디로 향하는 걸까
누구에게 물어도 모른 채 다시 일어나

산을 오르고 강을 건너고 골짜기를 넘어서
생의 끝자락이 닿을 곳으로 오늘도

Translated & Romanised by grace @gyelloG and HJ-unnie @namraeryuni for FSY @ksyupdates

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