Twitter Is Now Available In Korean
As of today Twitter users in North and South Korea can view Twitter.com, the mobile site and the iPhone and Android apps in Korean characters.
Twitter founder Evan Williams, who is apparently in Seoul, celebrated the milestone with the above tweet, which translated means “Twitter is a real-time global information network.”
Korean is the seventh international language Twitter now supports , joining English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Spanish. Twitter hopes to support more languages by the end of the year, which makes sense as 70% of its userbase is international.
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