Effective visual systems can help eliminate that guesswork and uncertainty by creating layered sets of cues in the design and interface.
Those Latin characters will, by default, be kerned according to that same grid pattern, often leaving their spacing awkward and ill-formed.
Those Latin characters will, by default, be kerned according to that same grid pattern, often leaving their spacing awkward and ill-formed.
The English text takes up more space vertically, and the block of Korean text is visually denser, but both are readable and sit comfortably within the overall page design.
Like everything in cross-cultural design, nothing is ever that simple.

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