How do I set up the Korean keyboard on my Mac?

On your Mac, click Apple menu  > System Preferences, click Keyboard, then click Input Sources.

Click the Add button , then select any of the following input sources:

2-Set Korean: On the right side of the keyboard are vowels, and consonants are on the left. This is the default input source for Hangeul in Mac OS.
3-Set Korean: Supports 3-set Hangeul input used with the Gong Byung-Woo keyboard layout.
390 Sebulshik: Follows the general rules of 3-set Korean and supports the same input for special characters as the English keyboard.
GongjinCheong Romaja: Follows the standard romanizing orthography of GongjinCheong.
HNC Romaja: Follows the romanizing orthography of Haansoft Inc. You can use the English letter that corresponds to the pronunciation of each letter in Korean. For example, the M key corresponds to “ㅁ” in Hangeul.

Click Add.

Updated on: 21/06/2024

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