I have made a Korean alphabet worksheet for beginners in printable PDF format for easy handwriting practice. It contains all the consonants and vowels in the Korean alphabet together with the stroke orders. I have a separate post on good tips about how to remember the pronunciation of Korean alphabets easily and a Korean alphabet (Hangul) chart in PDF for quick reference.
When practising writing Korean alphabets (Hangul), it is important to observe the stroke orders. For example it is easy to write the ㅌ Hangul with the stroke order of capital letter E in English, which is incorrect. Also pay special attention to the consonant ㅊ. In print it often appears as a 3-stroke letter. However it should be written as one separate dot above the consonant ㅈ, making it 4-stroke instead. It may not be apparent when you are reading printed text, but it will be crucial going forward when you try to understand native’s handwriting and also for Koreans to understand your handwriting.
Another tip on practising writing Korean letters- try to pronounce the letters out loud when you are writing. This is very effective to reinforce your memory of the pronunciation of the letters.
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