About Korean Font
Korean is the official language of both North Korea and South Korea. The Korean language has about 78 million speakers worldwide.
The writing system for Korean language is called Hangul. It is the native alphabet of Korean language. Hangul was created in 1444 under the reign of Sejong The Great. Just like Latin alphabet, Hangul has 24 consonant and vowel letters. However, what makes it difficult than Latin alphabet is that the Hangul letters are ground into blocks to indicate syllables. So a single character may contains several letters.
Before the creation of Hangul, Chinese writing had heavily influenced the Korean writing. A writing system called Idu, which combined Chinese characters with special symbols to indicate grammatical words, has been used for centuries. Even after the creation of Hangul, a lot of people still write in Idu system or Classical Chinese. However, nowadays, Chinese characters almost disappeared from Korean writing.The Korean language was originally written vertically from right to left before 1980s and after that, horizontal writing from left to right become the main trend and now most texts are written horizontally.
Below is a collection of fonts for Korean. You can use them to generate designs for a variety of purposes. In our Korean Font Generator below, you can enter Korean directly or copy from other sources and paste below. For example, I love you in Korean:사랑해, which is pronounced as sarang hae.
Generate Designs with Korean Font
Use the following tool to generate designs with Korean Font.You can apply your text on various gifts like T shirts, Mugs etc by simply hitting the red ♥ button.