How do you type in Korean?
It depends on what you mean, KayEli:
Computer: Get a Korean keyboard for your computer. Idk how to install it, you can look it up, but that's what you'd have to do.
Mobile: This one is easy. on an apple phone, just go to settings, search "keyboards" click keyboards, and it'll pop up all of the keyboards you use (probably you only use english? And emojis...) and choose "add a new keyboard" and scroll down until you see Korean.
On Samsung: (I'm copy pasting here from https://videotron.tmtx.ca/en/topic/samsung_galaxys4/changing_the_keyboard_language.html#step=4)
- From the home screen, press the Menu key
- Tap Settings
- Tap My Device
- Scroll down and tap Language and Input
- Tap the Settings icon beside Samsung Keyboard
- Tap Input Languages
- Tap OK
- Tap the languages you wish to use
- In a text entry screen, swipe left and right on the Space Bar to change the keyboard language
On Android: (https://support.google.com/android/answer/7068494?hl=en)
- At the top of the keyboard, tap Options Options.
- Then tap More More and then Settings Settings and then Languages.
- Tap Add keyboard.
- Tap the language you want to turn on.
- Tap Add.
It's the same for Pixel. :)
Because of my odd computer configuration (and I have been too lazy to figure out how to remedy this), I just use Google Translate. Select Korean as the language to translate from and then click on the keyboard. Typing will then proceed in Korean.
if you're on a computer select korean as an input language and hangul as a keyboard layout in your system preferences. you can use any keyboard layout without changing your actual keyboard. you can even change layouts using keyboard shortcuts and good luck
no need to thank me, I wasn't able to explain at all but since you already did. thank you for thanking me. and hope you find your keyboard layout.
Usually, if you Google it, it will give you steps on how to go into your input settings and change the language.