> 
> Just a remark: for cjk one can best use the mkiv feature to combine 
> fonts; there are probably some examples of korean fonts mixed with e.g. 
> palatino or times in the email archive.



Here is a sample typescript file for mixed Korean and English fonts suggested 
by Hans.


Using this file, I can use Korean font for Korean and Palatino for English.
It works well.

 You can modify this file for your purpose.

Good luck!

Best regards,

Dalyoung

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