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Appendix 3

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1. postpositions, case markers, and some dependent nouns
2. Helping verbs
3. Personal names
4. Sino-Korean proper nouns
5. Numbers
1.
Words are written separately, spacing after each word, but postpositions, case markers, and some dependent nouns are not separated from the preceding words.

  • 학교
  • 선생님
  • 이것
  • 학생때
학교에 
선생님께 
이것만 
오늘부터
학교로 
선생님과 같이 
이것으로 
내일까지
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2.
Helping verbs, such as (어/아)보다, (어/아)주다, and (어/아)있다 are written either with or without a space.

  • 읽어보다  or  읽어 보다
  • 읽어주다  or  읽어 주다
  • 앉아있다  or  앉아 있다
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3.
Personal names in general are written closed up unless it is not clear which is the family name and which is the given name.

  • 김영식 
  • 한금숙 
  • 남궁 현
  • 선우 진
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4.
Sino-Korean proper nouns may be written with or without spacing.

  • 대한 중학교
  • 인공 위성

  • 농업 협동 조합
or

or


or
대한중학교

인공위성


농협협동조합
"Tae-han Middle School" 

"satellite," literally "man-made satellite" 

"farmers cooperative association" 
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5. Numbers are written separated by ten thousands.

  • 십육만 삼천오백 
  • 백오십팔만 칠천구 
163,500 
1,587,009
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