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    [Korean]

    http://i47.tinypic.com/1z4v6lh.jpg
    독행랑 dok heng rang (lonewolf / sollitute)
    I've been wondering if the middle one is correctly written...
    although a friend of my did mention that koreans do make often grammer mistakes while writing them...
    so i'm really not sure if it's right written.

    I've tried anything i could and get my hands on... but so far unable to get the 3 characters that are
    displayed above... a friend of my gave me them ..

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    Re: [Korean]

    Quote Originally Posted by The_kid View Post
    http://i47.tinypic.com/1z4v6lh.jpg
    독행랑 dok heng rang (lonewolf / sollitute)
    I've been wondering if the middle one is correctly written...
    although a friend of my did mention that koreans do make often grammer mistakes while writing them...
    so i'm really not sure if it's right written.

    I've tried anything i could and get my hands on... but so far unable to get the 3 characters that are
    displayed above... a friend of my gave me them ..
    First of all, I don't know Korean, but I hope to be a bit of your help.

    I assume that you are talking about the left top corner of the middle character. The computer font shows horizontal short line, while the hand written form has a vertical short line.

    Look at this example: Hangul (한글)
    Left top corner of han (한) is the same as yours. Check out the right column of this Wikipedia page (link). The enlarged letter is written in the vertical form, just like your friend's hand-writing letter.

    So ... your friend did not make any mistakes. They are the same letters.

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