I told my father that Happy birthday my love father. I have been living in Dublin. But, I will come back to korea in August and I must be celebrated on your next birthday. So, you can expect it!

It's grammerically correct? Please let me know if you know anything else. Or you can recommend similar to another phrase:)

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It seems like you are writing to your father about returning to Korea to visit him.

So, you can expect it!

is fine, but the more usual phrase (to me) is:

So, you can look forward to it!

meaning looking into the future to that occasion (his next birthday).

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