Korean Help -- With reading Korean Drama Titles' flowy writing?

So, I can read hangeul, though I'm not too fluent. However, when it comes to making out the titles of most Korean dramas...count me out. I can read sentences and grasp words pretty quickly, but I think the way the titles are written in a flowy, non-generc way makes them impossible to read. The best way I can explain is how some people can only read print and not cursive. The way the letters look different from the original way - is it just me?

I want to know if anyone else has this problem, and if someone can go through the non-generic shapes of the letters in titles, that'd be great!

Thanks in advance!

Update:

Can someone try and go through some of the shapes?

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  • 7 years ago
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    Some of the shapes are described by Hyunwoo Sun in this video:

    http://youtu.be/y0mEUWSk32M

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    To practice on your own, I recommend using YouTube karaokes. For instance here is a really popular wonderful song called 그것만이 내세상 (you may recognize it, it was covered by Kim Jaejoong during DBSK concert tour) http://youtu.be/Aomt_cCNXO0

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    If you go to some YouTubes lilke this and just look through all of the songs, you'll find many with more "cursive" style of Hangeul. It should help you speed up.

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  • 4 years ago

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  • 7 years ago

    I had that problem before, but now it's fine, I can identify the syllables in the titles, I just think you need to get used to it.. It's like when you're trying to read someone's handwriting, when they're writing kinda fast.

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