This is a PDF document that will guide you step by step on installing a Korean Keyboard on a desktop computer that runs on Windows 10. This includes KU public computers, such as those in the libraries.
If you are having trouble downloading a Korean keyboard on your device, please contact the IT department by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, calling 785-864-8080, or visiting one of their many help centers on campus.
If you are unable to set up a Korean keyboard on the computer or phone you are using, feel free to use this website to type in Korean. This is also a great tool for students just starting to type in Korean, as you can see the keyboard on screen as you are typing, and you can either type directly on the keyboard or click the buttons on the screen.
This website is another helpful tool for students struggling with romanization who wish to use the Revised Romanization (RR) form. Type or paste Korean text into the first box, and the romanized form of the text will appear in the second box. Be sure to double check the romanization has been generated correctly before using for academic purposes!
This website is a helpful tool for students struggling with romanization who want to use the McCune–Reischauer (MR) form. Type or paste Korean text into the first box, select “Korean (McCune–Reischauer transcription)” from the drop box, and click “Submit” to get the romanization for the text inputted. Be sure to double check the romanization has been generated correctly before using for academic purposes!