Microsoft Word Korean Font

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Hangul (aka Hangul Word Processor or HWP) is a word processing application from Haansoft, and is very popular in South Korea, mainly due to the way it has been designed for the Korean written language.
Text documents created in Hangul are saved with the extension HWP. Any HWP files created with Hangul '97 or before can be opened with OpenOffice. However, .HWP files created after this version are not compatible due to the changes in the file format's structure.

Free Korean Fonts. Find many cool Korean fonts that you can download for free that you can use on your Windows or Mac system. This website is aiming to be the first choice for finding free Korean fonts, be sure to come back often for more latest Korean fonts. The Korean font “휴먼옛체” uses a Korean font name in Word but an English font name in Windows Registry. Copy “휴먼옛체” font file from Control Panel Fonts to the desktop to see the font name. Run Microsoft Registry Editor (Regedit). Under the directory: HKEYLOCALMACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Windows NT. Each Wicked Font includes a personal AND commercial use license for a single user so you can use the fonts in any home, business or for-profit project. All fonts are available in OpenType format and work in all applications including Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Illustrator, desktop publishers, scrapbook and calendar designers, and more.

Most recent versions of Hangul are able to save documents in Microsoft's .DOC format.

In Windows: Choose the desired Display and Help Languages in File Options Word Options Language. Then, select Choose Editing Option s in the same section to change the editing language. All but the proofing language in Office for Mac are the same as those for the operating system. To change it in Word: Tools Language. Microsoft korean font pack in Title/Summary. X Font Pack (Japanese) This Font Pack, which supports Japanese, can be installed either on demand or as a standalone installer. 'On demand' means that Reader realizes it is missing the Font Pack needed to display or interact with the document and asks the user if the Font Pack should be downloaded.



Batang is a Korean font that features a mincho (serif) stroke style.

File nameBatang.ttc
Styles & WeightsBatang
Copyright(c) Copyright HanYang I&C Co.,LTD. 2000
Font vendor
Script Tagsdlng:'Hang', 'Hani', 'Kore'
slng:'Cyrl', 'Grek', 'Hang', 'Hani', 'Hira', 'Kana', 'Kore', 'Latn'
Code pages1252 Latin 1
1250 Latin 2: Eastern Europe
1251 Cyrillic
1253 Greek
1254 Turkish
1257 Windows Baltic
949 Korean Wansung
OEM OEM Character Set
869 IBM Greek
866 MS-DOS Russian
864 Arabic
863 MS-DOS Canadian French
862 Hebrew
861 MS-DOS Icelandic
860 MS-DOS Portuguese
857 IBM Turkish
855 IBM Cyrillic; primarily Russian
775 MS-DOS Baltic
708 Arabic; ASMO 708
850 WE/Latin 1
437 US
Fixed pitchFalse

Korean Fonts Microsoft Word

Licensing and redistribution info

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Products that supply this font

Product nameFont version
Windows 10See the Windows 10 page.
Windows 8.1See the Windows 8.1 page.
Windows 8See the Windows 8 page.
Windows 7See the Windows 7 page.
Windows Vista5.00
Windows XP2.21
Windows 20002.20
Windows Server 20085.00
Windows Server 20032.21

This typeface is also available within Office applications. For more information visit this page.

Style & weight examples

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