From what I understand 好きな人 refers to "the person I like". How do I express "the person who likes me"?

Preferably the most naturally casual way.

I want to use it in casual sentences like the following:


Thank you in advance.


好きな人 isn't necessarily about you. It is assumed to be since no specifics were given.

There are many ways you could express it but here are a few examples.

There is no one I like.

Is there a person you like?

I wonder if there is someone who likes me.

  • Typo? 私の事が好きな人がいるでしょか->私の事が好きな人がいるでしょか。 – HeavyRain Jan 6 '17 at 8:31

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