Hancom Office is an office software suite developed in Korea


Hancom Office is an office software suite developed in Korea and the company Hancom was founded in 1990. The company went almost bankrupt in 1998 despite the fact that it was considered a national tax in Korea, but poor management, the Asian financial crisis and alleged piracy made the company go on its own knees.

Microsoft, which owned 15% of the market, offered 20 million to Hancom to end selling their own Word version "Hangul" to start selling Microsoft Word instead.

But when the news about the offer leaked, the Koreans gathered together over $ 10 million to save the company.

The company employs 368 people.

The program is available in English and Korean.

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