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I have a trivia game that I'm translating into korean.

I usually use single letter answer options like:

A. John
B. Ashley
C. Peter

Would I have to present it differently for the Korean audience?

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    – user17915
    Apr 1 '19 at 22:26
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In most cases, you wouldn't really have to change your format for the Korean audience. But in case you have a very young (like preschoolers) or old audience (like >70), you can't be sure that your audience knows the alphabet. In that case, you would want to pick another numbering.

The most widely used "numbering system" for exam/quiz style single choice questions is Arabic numbers. 1., 2., 3., or ①, ②, ③. Not as common, but you can also go with Hangul consonants (ㄱ., ㄴ., ㄷ., ..., ㅎ., or ㉠, ㉡, ㉢, ..., ㉭) or Hangul syllables(가., 나., 다., ..., 하.) I don't think I've seen a lot of ㉮, ㉯, ..., but your audience will have no problem even if you go with this, too. Another problem with Hangul consonant/syllable numbering is that you can't have more than 14 choices, from ㄱ to ㅎ or from 가 to 하.

To see some real examples, you can image-search google with the keyword "객관식 문제" or "객관식 퀴즈".

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