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Use google-chrome-stable. Alternatively, the .desktop file in /usr/share/applications can be used as well if you want fancy options to be given to your browser. Just less the smallest .desktop file you can find in that directory to get a look and feel for the contents before you tackle something like google-chrome-stable.desktop
I believe you can also add a "no_proxy" entry for addresses and subnets you know can be accessed without going through the proxy, like so: export no_proxy="127.0.0.1,localhost,192.168.0.0"
After installing Ubuntu, go to language support. Choose Korean to add language.Then, restart the system and go to "text entry" and choose "korean (hangul)", not just "korean".
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