Willow is a type family for multi-lingual typesetting in Latin, Korean, and Greek. It is inspired by Korean traditional woodblock printing and translated into modern characteristics. It has the elegance and organic shape of the brush movement as well as the sharpness of the wood carving. Willow consists of three weights in roman and italic styles: regular, semibold, and bold. It is also available in two display styles for rich text expressions: black(high-contrast), black-sans(low-contrast). Latin, Korean, and Greek have a similar solid and formal voice, but not compromised their own tones.