Noto Sans & Serif KR

"Noto Sans & Serif KR" are the Korean versions of Google's open-source font collection, Noto, which aims to represent all the world's languages in font form.

The development for CJK (Chinese, Japanese, Korean) involved close collaboration between Adobe and Google, with Sandoll taking charge of the Hangul design.

As a font family that supports various languages including English, Chinese, Japanese, Russian, and Greek, they are designed to be harmoniously used with multilingual content.

ClientAdobe & Google

Noto Sans KR: 2014

Noto Serif KR: 2017


Noto Sans KR: Thin, Light, Regular, Medium, Bold, Black

Noto Serif KR: ExtraLight, Light, Regular, Medium, SemiBold, Bold, Black


Noto Sans KR: Jang Sooyoung, Kang Jooyeon 

Noto Serif KR: Park Soohyun, Wi Yejin, Han Donghoon


Hangul 11,172/ Old Hangul 500/ Old Hangul Combination Jamo 1,488/ Latin about 300/ Greek 49/ Cyrillic 66/ Kana 223/ CJK Unified Ideographs about 48,000/ Symbols about 2,000

Captures the unique culture of a brand and embodies it through typography.

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