In case you missed part 1 of 차, click here.
Can you believe it, Korean foodie friends? We have four more letters to go to get through the consonants. We have come a long way, haven’t we? Give yourself a pat on the back if you have stuck with me thus far. I know that learning a new language is not easy. And I created Korean 101 for foodies to try to make things easier and more fun the only way I know how……through food! I am still new at this, so please let me know how I am doing. I’d love to hear thoughts or suggestions on what you’d like to see more of…..or less of, what has been working, and what hasn’t.
I think ㅊ will be the easiest letter to cover so far.
Cha. Nothing much to it to really break down, right?
Here is a fun little video that I came across on how to write out the letter, ㅊ!
Yes, there are specified orders for writing out the letters in Hangul. Back when I was learning, I’d get scolded for not writing them out in the proper order. That little line at the top, I used to put that on at the end, instead of in the beginning as shown in the video.
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