Writing Hangeul in Correct Stroke Order 

 July 14, 2017

By  Satish Satyarthi

As I said in the last video lesson, there is a correct stroke order of writing Hangeul. After you get a hold of the language you can write whatever way you want but in the beginning it’s good to learn the proper stroke order or writing Hangeul. The writing strokes are generally made from Left to Right and from Top to Down. In the images below, you can see the correct Hangul stroke order.

CONSONANTS

Hangul-Stroke-Order-Consonants-1

Hangul-Stroke-Order-Consonants-2

DOUBLE CONSONANTS

Hangul-Stroke-Order-Double-Consonants

SIMPLE VOWELS
Hangul-Stroke-Order-Simple-Vowels

COMPOUND VOWELS

Hangul-Stroke-Order-Compound-Vowels

Now that we have learned how to read and write Korean script Hangul, we need to learn how we can make words using these characters. So in the next lesson we will learn the syllable structure of Korean language.

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Satish Satyarthi


I am Satish, a Korean language learner and educator. I did my Bachelors degree in Korean language from JNU, Delhi and Masters degree in Korean Language Education from Seoul National University, South Korea. and an M.Phil. in Korean from JNU. I have a passion for education and technology. I have been involved in Korean language education and research for more than 10 years and have trained hundreds of Korean language learners across the globe, online and in physical classrooms.

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  1. I know vertical writing isn't really used anymore but I was curious how the order works if it is . Are the strokes mirrored? (Because the brush would be in right hand, left hand unrolling scroll/paper)
    Are the blocks still read left to right? An example would probably work best. Use annyonghasaeyo
    안녕하세요 normally, but how would it look vertical if written correctly?





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    Thank you in advance if you get a chance to answer my question.

    1. Yes, people no longer write vertically in everyday life but it's still written on occasions where they use brush, for example the lantern festival where they attach names written vertically.
      Here's video for reference
      https://youtu.be/xdiO2ZIrqFw

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