Earlier this year Verisign, the registry that manages the .com and .net domains, began rolling out the localized Japanese equivalent of .com: .コム.
Today, Verisign adds another language to the mix, with the rollout of the Korean versions of both .com (.닷컴 ) and .net (.닷넷).
This is sunrise period of registration, which is limited to trademark owners. The landrush period begins on August 16th.
Here are details on how these new localized domain names will function:
PS: The landrush for the Japanese equivalent of .com begins today!