As in English, there are spaces between words in Korean sentences. The difference is, postpositional words (which are prepositions in English) and sentence endings in Korean are attached to the end of the word, without a space in between. Therefore when we type or write Korean we need to leave a space after words unless they have a postposition or sentence ending attached :
The correct way is :
저 피자 좋아해요. I like pizza.
Jeo pija joahaeyo.
The wrong sentences are :
1) 저피자좋아해요. Ilikepizza.
2) 저 피 자 좋 아 해 요. I l i k e p i z z a.
Jeo pi ja jo a hae yo.
As you can see above, sentences are harder to read with no spaces between the words. The spacing is made more obvious on the hand writing sheet shown below.
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