A Korean (ko) font list is composed of one English font representing ASCII characters in KS C 5636 or ISO8859-1, and one Korean font represeting characters in KS C 5601-1987-0.
The KS C 5636 and ISO8859-1 character sets are nearly identical. The diferences are that KS C 5636 uses only the code values from 0 to 127, and the backslash character (whose ISO8859-1 code value is 92) is replaced by the Korean currency symbol.
Korean Solaris provides some default font lists defined in the application defaults files in /usr/dt/app-defaults/ko/*. The following is an excerpt from one of the files, Dtwm:
Dtwm*icon*fontList: \ -dt-interface-system-medium-r-normal-s*ksc*:
This portion of the file refers to a font list that contains two fonts, which are defined in /usr/openwin/lib/locale/ko/X11/fonts/75dpi/fonts.alias.