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I had the same problem using Oracle 9i. The problem lied within the Oracle JDBC driver itself! --;
If you're using JDBC driver from Oracle 9i, stop using it!
You should download JDBC driver of Oracle 10g from Oracle site and use that driver instead.
After I changed the driver, I now have no problem of getting Korean characters from the database.
Hope this would solve your problem too.
there might be some issues, but all times I got such errors there were crap stored within the database.
First check the data stored in the database, if it's really UTF8 encoded (maybe someone has written ISO8859P1-coded data instead of UTF8?)
i use SELECT dump(column,16), column FROM TABLE WHERE ...
to check the hex-output from the table.