I wouldn't consider having Chinese or Korean support disqualifies the this as a webfont. Actually, using Chinese web fonts without proper subsetting can result in large (2MB~) file loading, therefore it is a disadvantage.
Most Chinese and Korean websites only apply webfonts for Latin patters.
I think styling is a small part that contributes to the quality of the website. Content is the king, and we should have better content for the homepage.
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Carsten Schoenert <firstname.lastname@example.org> 於 2019年6月17日 14:33 寫道：