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CJK-ko package version 1.8 (2016/04/04)

This package supports typesetting of modern Korean documents with the help
of LaTeX2e CJK package written by Werner Lemberg. Unlike CJK package,
only UTF-8 input encoding is supported. This package however provides
some enhanced features focused on Korean typesetting culture, one of them
being allowing line-break between Latin and CJK characters.

Currently this package requires nanumtype1 package.


Please report any errors or suggestions to
    Dohyun Kim <nomos at ktug org>
or leave messages in the issue tracker at:


### GPL (Gnu General Public License):

These files are derivatives of CJK package or written by the author.

### LPPL (LaTeX Project Public License):

These files are copied or modified from ko.TeX package.

### Public domain:


See each file for more details.


### TeXinputs

    cjkutf8-ko.sty           -> tex/latex/cjk-ko/
    cjkutf8-josa.sty         -> tex/latex/cjk-ko/
    cjkutf8-nanummjhanja.sty -> tex/latex/cjk-ko/
    kotex.sty                -> tex/latex/cjk-ko/
    kolabels-utf.sty         -> tex/latex/cjk-ko/
    konames-utf.sty          -> tex/latex/cjk-ko/

### Documents

    cjk-ko-doc.tex           -> doc/latex/cjk-ko/
    cjk-ko-doc.pdf           -> doc/latex/cjk-ko/
    README                   -> doc/latex/cjk-ko/
    ChangeLog                -> doc/latex/cjk-ko/

Loading of the package



### package options

Option for kotex.sty.  If this option is not given and if kotexutf.sty
does exist, kotexutf package will be loaded instead.

Load Hangul captions. line/word spacing is adjusted as well.

Load Hanja captions. same as [hangul] option for line/word spacing.

Disable automatic Josa selection

Enable \dotemph command. CJKfntef.sty and CJKulem.sty will be loaded

CJK fonts will be used for Latin characters as well. Only Nanum T1 font is
currently available.

    [mj=<font>], [gt=<font>]
Declare Myeongjo (serif) and Gothic (sans-serif) font families respectively.
`c70<font>.fd` should be existant.

When TrueType fonts are declared by mj or gt option, it is recommended to
declare this option as well, which enables text extraction from resulting PDF.

Other unknown options will be passed to CJKutf8.sty.

User commands

- scale font size of CJK character
- eg: \CJKscale{0.95}
- cannot be used with [usecjkt1font] option
- allowed only in the preamble
- under [hangul] option, line/word spacing and indent size are
  adjusted automatically

- lower CJK characters
- eg: \lowerCJKchar{0.1em}
- cannot be used with [usecjkt1font] option
- allowed only in the preamble

- emphasize Hangul or Hanja by putting dot above
- eg: \dotemph{드러냄표}
- available only when [usedotemph] option is given
- users can redefine these commands:


For other commands see CJK package documents.

Automatic Josa selection

Josa commands:

    \은 \는 \이 \가 \을 \를 \와 \과 \로 \으로 \라 \이라


    \label{fig:aaa} ... \ref{fig:aaa}\을
    \label{fig:aaa} ... \pageref{fig:aaa}\을
    \cite{hong}\을 ... \bibitem[홍길동\jong]{hong}

Automatic Josa selection works correctly only after
\ref \pageref \cite commands and after ascii characters.
For other cases these commands are available:

    \jung:  keyword is terminated by Jungseong
    \jong:  keyword is terminated by Jongseong
    \rieul: keyword is terminated by Jongseong Rieul

Korean counters

Same as ko.TeX package:

    \jaso \gana \ojaso \ogana \pjaso \pgana \onum \pnum \oeng \peng
    \hnum \Hnum \hroman \hRoman \hNum \hanjanum


Down­load the con­tents of this pack­age in one zip archive (163.2k).

cjk-ko – Ex­ten­sion of the CJK pack­age for Korean type­set­ting

The pack­age sup­ports type­set­ting UTF-8-en­coded mod­ern Korean doc­u­ments with the help of the CJK pack­age. It pro­vides some en­hanced fea­tures fo­cused on Korean type­set­ting cul­ture, one of them be­ing al­low­ing line-break be­tween Latin and CJK char­ac­ters.

The pack­age re­quires nanum­type1 fonts.

Ver­sion1.8 2016-04-04
Li­censesFree li­cense not oth­er­wise listed
Copy­right2007–2016 Do­hyun Kim
Main­tainerDo­hyun Kim
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