Funny thing I was about to ask you, what were you thoughts about this since you are quite proficient in korean and English. I love the way you explain things and I always take notes in my notebook.
I was looking at it from the perspective of the Spanish translation and realized that I am basing my discontent with the English translation because of the fact that the scene was a crime scene committed and all the victim was told: ''You endured it well'' (that was the subtitle I read) not, ''You endured well'' which I'm sorry and no offense to anyone, still sounds wrong to me. I can tell someone ''you endured well'' if they are doing some kind of training or a diet but not to a victim of a crime.
If we had to write a Spanish translation for that specific subtitle, it would be in our eyes insensitive to the victim of the crime: ''Lo soportaste bien. Lo aguantaste bien. That is why I'm saying that when I do my subtitles in Spanish I change it so it makes sense to the Spanish viewer and I hope they leave it like that.
Now, I would love for you to tell me, is there any other way to tell a crime victim an encouraging word besides ''you endured well?'' and I mean in Korean.
Let me clarify myself, I was beat up, tortured someone saved me you go to see me in the Hospital and it so happens you are a police officer and you want to encourage me. Would you say to me exactly those words? ''You endured well? (in Korean) There is no other way for this encouraging word to sound more humane that would match the seriousness of the crime scene?
I know if you watch the scene and read the subtitle (they must have changed it by now) or hear what the officer really said to the girl in Korean you might give me a better feedback (and I will add it in my notes).
I want to add, I don't want things to be changed bc it would sound better in Spanish I just want to take this doubt in my mind that the wrong translation was used in that scene. Thank you for your input and like I said I am not criticizing anyone's choice of translation just want to know if there are other options of wording for ''you endured well''
You see I have books and tapes to learn Korean but to learn any language you also have to understand the many why's of the language
Thank you for your attention.