To write or not to write
Writing is not easy. I do it everyday.
And I can tell you, it's quite a challenge.
But, the more I do it, the easier I get to just write.
Sometimes, that's the most difficult part starting.
When people ask me about writing-how they can write-I often suggest they brainstorm first.
Writing the main ideas collected to a topic, usually produces some great things.
If the things get organized, perhaps through an outline,
you can write something really great.
Most of the writings I do with spontaneous, I just start writing.
I just stopped and done.
But I always go over what I wrote at least two times.
The first time I go over my writing is spell-check the word,
It's unacceptable to deliver a piece of writing with misspelling in it.
The second time, I actually read what I wrote aloud,
and add things that may I missed,
it could be a idea that seems incomplete or something else.
If you have the time, it's good to put your writing down for a little while,
and read it again later, and to see how you like it.
You may have something you wish to add or subtract.
If you have a serious paper to write,
and you have completed all of the things I talked about,
the best thing to do-before you return your paper-is to have someone to read what you wrote and make comments on it.
There is no doubt that practice makes perfect.
or at least better, so, if you want to be a better writer in Korean or English,
I recommend that you write as much as you can.