There is a check box picture that wasn’t on the tutorial originally for joining Super Junior’s fan cafe. That picture has been added and hopefully that will solve any hang ups people are having.
Link to Tutorial: by-popular-demand-join-super-juniors-fan-cafe
Please make a Daum account before attempting to join 온새미로. (Join Daum Tutorial)
Next click this link: Registration Page
Please forgive typos. I don’t feel like remaking the thing.
Updated September 8th, 2011
How to Use a Daum Blog; The Basics - Part One (Click Images for Bigger Pictures)
What’s going on here? On the far left there is a drop down box that says “Category” with a button with a check mark next to it. This check mark button when clicked will provide you the opportunity to add new categories. By default you have a category that says “My Story” (in Korean). Next to those two things you have a giant blank. This is where you title your blog entry.
If you are confused by this picture or the next one just count across the buttons and then count the text boxes. For example the hand phone button is the seventh button across which means it’s the seventh text box.
This next picture shows you where all the editing stuff is located.
Yes, another post in the Daum tutorial series! Today we’re going to make a Daum blog!
Click the blue button. The second drop down box is too much for me to translate…sorry.
You’ve now created a blog!
I am going to make a separate tutorial on how to use your blog tomorrow. There’s a lot going on here! But now you know how to make one and how to write an entry…well some guess work with the writing the entry page.
I realize the reason why most Kpop fans join Daum is to join their favorite artists official fan cafe. Yes, the cafes that are ranked every month to determine who has the biggest group of fans. So today, we’re going to join a fan cafe and then leave a fan cafe. However, you may join more than one fan cafe!
(Need to join Daum? Here’s that tutorial: koreadistrict.tumblr.com)
Want a Hanmail account? Want to join a fan cafe? Here’s how it’s done!