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Haansoft's Hangul 2007

Haansoft's Hangul 2007

This is one of my favorite inventions. I adore this program. It's not JUST a Korean word processor.
It's almost like the program is psychic. It can tell, based on stroke pattern, if you are typing Korean or English and switches automatically.
It also supports Japanese, Chinese (traditional and simplified), Hebrew, Arab, Greek, Finnish, French, Italian, Spanish, Russian, Latin, German, Norwegian, Dutch, Danish, Flemish (Belgian Dutch).
It has a bilingual dictionary too.

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