Sooo a friend of mine wants a tattoo and wants to tattoo something in korean... I would translate it myself but I don’t really trust myself and my knowledge in Korean... Still a starter
This is beyond a simple word-for-word translation and it's more like copywriting. Since this is a tatoo we're talking about, we don't want any awkward Korean that sounds translated or stiff. The best I can come up with is '나답게, 진실하게' (the order is changed to Be you>be true, just because it sounded better to me, but these can be reversed). It also rhymes. I don't recommend using passive forms in Korean - avoid it as much as you can. Don't use 진실되게 which is passive.