There are thousands of fonts available that support different languages, such as German, Russian or French. However, when it comes to Korean, the selection is much smaller. So we’ve put together a small yet growing collection of beautiful Hangul fonts and hope you like them too.
Designed by studioJASO, Carmen Sans is a geometric sans serif that comes with nine weights. The font family supports more than 60 Latin based languages as well as Korean. It’s a great font for editorial, media and graphic designs as well as applications.
Also designed and published by studioJASO, RyuGothic is a Hangul humanist sans consisting of eight weights. The font family comes with loads of OpenType features such as ligatures, superscripts, subscripts, and fractions. It’s an awesome font family for media and print designs.
Designed by Minjoo Ham and published by Monotype, Seol Sans is a humanist sans catering to the needs of those looking to pair Latin and Korean alphabet without creating typographic friction. It features Neue Frutiger for its Latin glyphs, and works harmoniously with Neue Frutiger World and Monotype’s Tazugane Gothic for Japanese and M XiangHe Hei for Chinese.
Available as a desktop font or webfont. MyFonts are also offering licenses for digital ads, apps, ebooks and servers. By purchasing more than one license, you will get a discount of up to 50% on the cheaper one(s). By the way, MyFonts are also offering Japanese typefaces.