How Do You Sign Your Name in Korean?
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Posted 5/30/09 , edited 5/31/09
So I'm just wondering, how do you sign your name in Korean, Japanese, Chinese, etc.? In English, you sign your name in cursive. But how do you sign your name in Korean and Japanese? Do they have like a cursive thing too?
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They write their name?
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in chinese i just write my name in mandarin.
i don't really have a signature.
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gunmyle wrote:

They write their name?


yeah, but they have some way to write it too. i've seen Korean signatures before and they don't exactly look like the Korean characters.
Posted 5/31/09 , edited 5/31/09

addicted_to_movies wrote:

So I'm just wondering, how do you sign your name in Korean, Japanese, Chinese, etc.? In English, you sign your name in cursive. But how do you sign your name in Korean and Japanese? Do they have like a cursive thing too?


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They just write their name really fast. You get lots of signatures in English where you can't make out the letters. My parent's signatures look nothing like Chinese.

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