I think that Korean sounds just wonderful. Something about the prosodic pattern of it makes me happy.
Additionally, I really love the Busan dialect, but I wouldn't say that it's beautiful. Just, there are remnants of an old tonal system in it that make it really interesting to listen to, and I find it fascinating from a linguistic standpoint considering how it differs from the standard. I would really love to learn that dialect just so I could study its inner workings, ahaha.
I love how French sounds, but I hate the way it's written. I also love how Arabic is written but don't really like how it sounds... German can be pretty sweet, and Russian, and Japanese. My father says he don't think it's a coincidence that ever language I like have been involved in some huge fucking war
Ahaha, I can have that problem with my own language too It's strange that I can have such a problem with understanding different dialects when I can understand another language spoken in a neighbouring country almost perfectly I guess Scandinavian languages are funny that way.
French are so mean, it's like they don't want other people to learn it But on the other hand, Arabic calligraphy doesn't look to easy either, and that is like an orgasm to your eye
I'm gonna say hungarian because I've heard quite a lot of other languages and still nothing beats it. And I also might need to add that only if it's spoken properly, and definitely not how you'll meet with it on the internet.