Hello @leech ,
The test.csv file provided is using “ISO-8859” and as such does not support the Korean characters:
$ file test.csv
test.csv: ISO-8859 text, with CRLF line terminators
When the file is open using less it’s reported as having binary data:
$ less test.csv
"test.csv" may be a binary file. See it anyway?
Once opened in less the data is not printed correctly:
The CSV is not using the correct encoding. Can it be recreate using UTF-8 encoding?
I have tested the following file which is encoded UTF-8 with Korean characters:
$ file test-2.csv
test-2.csv: UTF-8 Unicode text
This is how the UI looks:
I hope this helps.