Twitter Adds Korean

Korean became the seventh Twitter language, joining English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. Twitter announced the news in a post on the Twitter Blog, in Korean, appropriately. From the English translation:

Twitter use is growing in all corners of the world. In the past year, one of the fastest-growing countries for Twitter is South Korea. There are now 10 times as many Twitter users there than there were just a year ago.

As of today, Twitter will be even easier for Koreans to use. Among other updates, Twitter.com and Twitter’s mobile Web site are now translated into Korean.

Twitter has also updated the popular Korean versions of Twitter for Android and Twitter for iPhone. And, we want to thank our partner Daum for displaying top Korean Tweets on its homepage and making it easy to find friends from your Hanmail address book; and LG U+ for working with us to make Twitter available via SMS in Korean for their subscribers (short code is #1234).

If you already have a Twitter account, you can change your language to Korean by going to the Settings page, which you can find under the drop-down menu in the top right corner of Twitter.com. To keep up with the latest information about Twitter in Korea, you can follow @twitter_kr for updates from Twitter HQ, @dowoomi for Twitter support, and @toptweets_ko for top Tweets from Korean users. To share your feedback on Twitter in Korean, you can include #twitterkr in your tweets.