The Korean datetime format (Settings and Taskbar) has been broken for some time. I recently reinstalled ZorinOS and I see the issue doesn't seem to be local.
The taskbar's datetime format is missing a character
2008-02-05T18:30:30 --> 2월 5일
1995-12-22T09:05:02 --> 12월 22일
-0010-09-15T04:44:23 --> 9월 15일
The format for the date in the Settings has many issues. The time aspect is good (But the AM/PM indicator might??? come before the time)
2008-02-05T18:30:30 --> 2008년 2월 5일
1995-12-22T09:05:02 --> 1995년 12월 22일
-0010-09-15T04:44:23 --> -10년 9월 15일
Does this article help at all?
It may well be a case of poor translation by Ubuntu devs? (Zorin 16 is a fork of Ubuntu 20.04).
Sorry, I mean there is a bug within the display format within Zorin OS.
- The Taskbar date format is wrong (missing 일)
- The Settings Date and Time date format is wrong (wrong ordering + missing 년 and 일)
The Region and Language's Format Setting page all show correct formats, though.
Where can I find more information about how this is implemented within Ubuntu?
Moved to Feedback for the @staff to review.
So I changed my system language to Korean, and the formats were correct. Does Ubuntu use the datetime format string based on your system language TC_TIME content? (Even though the Korean locale TC_TIME content has these assigned)
$ cat /etc/timezone
<!-- The following datetime displays resemble those in the screenshot -->
<!-- Taskbar datetime format -->
<!-- 9월 26 22:53 -->
$ ls -l --time-style=locale /etc/timezone
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 11 9월 26 22:53 /etc/timezone
<!-- Settings Date & Time format -->
<!-- Emulate en_US TC_TIME datetime format as close as possible -->
<!-- 26 9월 2023 10:53 오후 -->
$ ls -l --time-style=+"%d %b %Y %I:%M %p" /etc/timezone
-rw-r--r-- 1 root root 11 26 9월 2023 10:53 오후 /etc/timezone
Changing the system language is not a solution for me, though.