1) Are you Korean yourself? Then it would be logical. I mean: do you
have a LANG=Korean or whatever it is for Korean in your profile?
3) Zip the Korean language in /usr/share/locale to make it inactive and
reboot? Even if LANG=Korean would be in the /etc/profile file, if the
language files are not available, all program locales would then normally
fall back to LANG=C or LANG=en_US.
4) Check /etc/locale.alias
5) Variant of 3). Zip the Korean font (if you know its name) to make it
inactive? The default replacement font will be ugly but readable ?...
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