This example shows how to set up the thailatex package to write in Thai and several other languages using UTF-8 encoding and the babel package. The thailatex package lets you use the standard latex document classes, such as article to write texts in the Thai language.
This example shows how you can write in Korean (Hangul) characters in LaTeX with the CJK package, and particularly the CJKutf8 style. The CJK package is a modern alternative to the older HLaTeX (and hangul.sty) packages, with support for pdflatex and unicode.
This example shows how to write in Thai in LaTeX using the thailatex package. It uses UTF-8 encoding so you can type Thai characters directly in the LaTeX source code.
It also shows how to mix Thai with English using the babel package.