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,
then 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.