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Support Korean Hangul Syllables on han3_ji7_tsoo1_kian3 #79
That project's font files not supported Korean Hangul Syllable Characters, for example 가(U+AC00)-힣(D7A3).
I add two Korean Hangul Fonts, "Nanum Gothic" and "Nanum Myeongjo" on Project.
BTW, These Font's License is SIL Open Font License.
Also, These fonts are default font on Ubuntu Korean Language distribution.
Yep, the "proper" Sans-serif/黑 for Korean should look like https://typekit.com/fonts/source-han-sans-korean. 나눔고딕 is the sans-serif on your page.
I am actually curious about Hangul Ming (Serif) / Kai (regular script) though: in most Korean serif fonts, Hangul glyphs come with some pretty script-like stroke variations, making them look somehow like Kai. (e.g. 나눔명조 and https://typekit.com/fonts/source-han-serif-korean.) Is there a way to reliably tell a 楷書 from a 明朝體 only given the Hangul part? Or are they just supposed to be the same?
(See #78 for why the test failed.)
I think I misunderstood Korean fonts.
Yes. Korean font 고딕체[Gothic, Godik-che] is sans-serif, then the Chinese name is 黑體
No. Another is 궁서체[Gungseo-Che or gungsuh-che,宮書體].
The '해서체/楷書體Haeseo-che ' font is similar to the '궁서체[Gungseo-Che or gungsuh-che,宮書體]' font.
This is 궁서체[Gungseo-Che or gungsuh-che,宮書體]'s description on Chinese Wikipedia. https://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/宮書體
It's Chinese font examples on LibreOffice.
After doing research on Korean Open Source fonts, I'll fix the code & font files.
Thank you for your advice.
This is Windows Korean Font's examples.
Ah, just take notice that the tests are broken because the Java version is now too low for gradle to downlad things. I think the fonts you are looking at are OK, as they are SIL OFL.
We are trying to figure out a way to not store the fonts in git, but that's not done yet, so feel free to just put the fonts alongside the source in this pull request.
Also on our todo list is a sans-serif font for Chinese. All you need to focus on is Batang and HaeSeo for now I guess.
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"GungSeo" is "궁서체/宮書體", reads "gungseoche" in Korea.
UnGungSeo font is included in UnFont package(Un series Korean TrueType fonts).
It's GPLv2 License fonts.
CTAN: Package unfonts-core