Korean Diary Entries? I really wanted to started writing, but I wanted to do it in the natural diary format in Korean. For example, do you only use ~다 at the end? How to start it off and finish it? Here in the US, we usually say "Dear Diary" is there something similar to that? It would be really helpful just to get some tips and advice for writing them!
May 15, 2016 10:32 PM
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I think it is depend on how you want to treat your diary such as friends or elders. You can use "~어" or "~지" etc. It is used for same age friends or close friends. Also, Dear Diary is so common in Korea (Maybe it is just for me). However, you can write like "일기장에게".. I hope it is helpful to you.
May 15, 2016
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