Korean Language Keyboards
I found out how to change your language on your keyboard for Chromebooks, iPhones, and Windows.
Chromebook: Settings>Device>Keyboard>Languages and input>Add languages There, you could simply type in "Korean" and it should be there.
iPhone: Settings>General>Keyboard>Keyboards>Choose Keyboard>Korean
Windows: Start Menu>Type in "Languages" and "Region and language settings" should appear. Click on it.>Languages>Add A Language>Type in "Korean" and "한국어 Korean" should pop up within seconds. You can download the package for it that comes with Windows. You can switch through languages using the Windows key + space.
for windows 7, there is a slightly different way to do it here is the website I used for the windows 8/10 version, hopefully, the windows 7 part is correct too
Gonna have to look into buying a bilingual keyboard if and when I leave Korea, I can't imagine doing it all via the screen again :(
I started Korean a couple months back, but only seriously got into it a couple weeks ago.
iPhone user. Just added the Korean keyboard to my phone. Thanks for letting us know it's there. Question though, what's better? Standard or 10 key? I'm a beginner and just got through Alphabet 1.
Samsung Galaxy S7 Android phone: Settings-->General Management-->Language and Input-->On-Screen Keyboard-->Samsung keyboard-->Languages and Types-->Manage Input Languages
Click any installed language to activate its keyboard. Click to download other languages as needed.
You can have up to four languages active at once. I have English international (so I can type in French, Spanish, and German), Russian, Japanese, and Korean set up, and I could swap any of them for Greek, Hebrew, Chinese, or Hindi.
Other Android devices may have different ways of organizing settings. Let us know if you have one like that, and how it works.