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How To Type in Korean on Windows 7

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To install Korean font and type in Korean, first you must have the “East Asian Language Pack.” I think this should be freely available or comes along in one of Windows updates. So, first, go through the steps below to see if you can install it.

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Step 1: Go To The Control Panel And Click On “Clock, Language and Region.”



Step 2: Click On “Change KeyBoards or Other Input Methods”



Step 3: Click On Change Keyboards


Step 4: Add A Language – Click On “Add”


Step 5: You’re Going To See A List of Languages. Scroll down to Korean. Click on Korean, under Keyboard, select “Korean” and “Microsoft IME.” Then, Press “OK.”


Step 6: You’ll See Korean Added. Click Apply.



Step 7: Go To The Language Bar In Your TaskBar, Click on “EN” and click on “KO” in the pop-up menu that comes up. ….And you’re done!

Step 8: Make Sure “Microsoft IME” is selected. Then start typing in Korean!


Note: Just for your info, here’s what the keyboard layout is like for when you type in Korean.


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Here is a video tutorial for that: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rbTw8M-yDjk