I just found this song on my computer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QKlkaeZ8Fog&pbjreload=10. I suspect it might be Korean except for the spoken part which seemed like Chinese. The comments suggest a title: 사랑 할 께, where "sarang hal" is the relative clause present form of "sarang hada", "to love", and kke is some particle, would that mean "in order to love" (I see kke means "for")? Or is that misspelt? In any case, am I right in my suspicion, i.e. is that actually Korean? If so, could someone transcribe the lyrics for me?
(Also, would this question have been on-topic on the site?)
PS The suggested title yields via Google search http://testicanzoni.mtv.it/testi-%EC%B1%84%EC%97%B0_289361/testo-%EB%84%90-%EC%82%AC%EB%9E%91%ED%95%A0%EA%BB%98-5488513, which doesn't seem to match the beginning of the song in the video, which I hear as 널크다로와솔 or the likes.
(No -l in the last syllable).
Posted this in chat around 6h+ ago. Since the room is inactive since then, I decided I would ask:
Are questions as the above one, that is, questions requesting lyrics transcription and/or the identification of a song as being in Korean, on-topic here?