I am not sure if I should keep our standard header or make some modifications. For example, do certain colors have significant meaning? is a certain eye movement more natural?

What is the equivalent word for "menu" in Korean? in the actual alphabet. Or is there a symbol that is more commonly encountered by users in Korea.

sorry if this question sounds ignorant, but just trying to be sensitive to our international audience.


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There is no significant difference in UI design in Korea. For example, take a look at this mobile version of a popular Korean site 'Naver', it is not that much different. They also use the hamburger menu icon, etc.

Also, menu in Korean is 메뉴.

  • Do you know the html entity equivalent of the Korean word for menu?
    – JGallardo
    Jan 14, 2014 at 2:35
  • Should be 메뉴.
    – Amadan
    Jan 14, 2014 at 2:50

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