Does 도시에 have to come before park?
I reported it. My wife (Korean) said having it before is better, but that it makes sense in either order.
I would prefer both to be accepted, but have a helpful nudge saying that having 도시에 come before is preferred.
No. Using the postpositions makes it clear despite the order.
Pretty sure it can go either way...
Also wondering the same thing.
Either should work but the emphasis tends to be what you place first. I.e. "In the city, there's a park" (when 도시에 comes first) vs "The park, is in the city" (when 공원이 comes first).