Depending on your specific system setup, you may or may not be able to read Korean on your computer.
Please press the "View Sample Text" button to check your browser's language handling capability.
Additional components may be required in order to display Korean text on your computer.
Please press the "View Sample Text" button to test your browser's language handling capability.
You do not need to download any additional files in order to see Korean on your computer.
Please press the "View Sample Text" button and verify that Korean is displaying correctly.
You are using an unsupported browser. If the text does not appear correctly, you may be encountering system configuration issues linked to your computer. Please consult your computer's user manual or contact your Technical Support.
If the Korean text fails to appear, perform the following instructions.
These instructions require Administrator privileges and a Windows install CD. If you do not have Administrative access, please consult with your local IT Support.
Go to Control Panel -> Regional and Language Options
If you do not see "Regional and Language Options," go to
Control Panel -> Date, Time, Language, and Regional Options
-> Regional and Language Options -> Language.
Check the "Install files for East Asian languages" option, then hit okay.
If Korean fails to display correctly, you are very likely experiencing
problems with your operating system and we suggest that you consult the user manual
or contact Apple Technical Support.