I just want to be able to use Korean whenever I want.
I saw Korean appeared even in a certain application's title bar which I didn't want to.
I am using 'nabi' for my Korean Input application. In order to use it, my system locale must be 'ko_KR'. But if I set it so, I should see Korean even when I don't want to?
Here is the answer, system locale.
Easiest way to set up is to add 'export LANG="ko_KR"' in my .bashrc or .bash_profile
Instead of it, I would put the locale to /etc/env.d/02useretc
And then, you can use nabi and see English as well or you push shift+space to switch to Korean.
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