Windows 10: Learning Korean

Discus and support Learning Korean in Windows 10 Gaming to solve the problem; I was wondering if there is a way to turn your computer language to both English and Korean at the same time. My teacher said it would be helpful but I... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Gaming' started by TaraVan Nostrand, Aug 17, 2022.

  1. Learning Korean


    I was wondering if there is a way to turn your computer language to both English and Korean at the same time. My teacher said it would be helpful but I don't want it in just Korean. Thank you for your time and help

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    TaraVan Nostrand, Aug 17, 2022
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  2. B_ingSoo Win User

    Cannot type Korean

    Thanks for reply but I still cannot type Korean even if I followed all the step you listed.

    I can see the change of language at task bar when I click ALT.

    But only I can type is alphabet even "Han (in Korean)" is shown at task bar.
     
    B_ingSoo, Aug 17, 2022
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  3. LeoSeabra Win User
    Cannot type Korean

    Hi Soo,

    Welcome to our community.

    This is Leocadia, an independent advisorr, and I am glad to assist you today.

    We are sorry to hear about this inconvenience. Now, we would like to help you promptly. In fact, this is a very known issue.

    We suggest you to follow the below method and check if it helps:

    This will assume that:

    You speak English

    You want to use Windows in English

    Sometimes you want to type in Korean.

    If that describes you then this guide is for you. Just follow the easy steps. This works whether you actually have a physical Korean keyboard or not (if you don't, the right-alt key will be your 한/영 toggle).

    Typing in Korean on Windows 10 (post-2017)

    Note that my Windows is using the dark theme in these screenshots so yours will probably be white. Everything's the same though. Click these screenshot thumbnails for full-size views.

    Step 1 Right-click on the keyboard icon in the taskbar. Ignore the fact that mine already has Korean in it.

    If you don't see this, just tap the Start menu (or press the Windows key) and type "Region" to open the Region & Language settings.

    Step 2 Inside the Region & Language settings, tap the large "+" to Add a language.

    Step 3 Find "Korean" and tap "next"

    Step 4 Do NOT check the "Set as my Windows display language" unless you want everything in Korean. Just tap Install.

    Step 5 Wait while it downloads the Korean language pack.

    Step 6 When it's done downloading, you'll see this. "Language pack installed"

    Step 7 Scroll down to the link that reads "Advanced keyboard settings"

    Step 8 In the "Override for default input method" section choose "Korean - Microsoft IME"

    That's it! You're done. This setting will ensure that your computer uses the Korean MS IME keyboard, which includes both English and Korean. You don't ever need to use "English US Keyboard" again.

    You can now switch between typing Korean and English either by pressing the right "Alt" key (next to your spacebar), or clicking the new keyboard language icon in the bottom-right of your Windows taskbar, or of course the 한/영 key if you have a physical Korean
    keyboard.

    I assume you know where the Korean letters are on the keyboard. If not you might want to play with the Windows 10 soft keyboard until you get comfortable

    To summarize: After adding the language pack (which obviously the person asking this, go to Additional date, time, & regional settings, click Change Input Methods, click Advanced Settings, set the first two menus to English and Korean, respectively.

    Please let us know if you need further assistance.

    Thank you.
     
    LeoSeabra, Aug 17, 2022
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  4. tkhkim Win User

    Learning Korean

    Computer won't read the Korean font

    Original Title: korean font issue

    Hi, I am trying to install a Korean program on windows 10 and it works on my husband's but not on mine. the program works but the font is jibberish. my computer won't read the Korean font. any suggestions?
     
    tkhkim, Aug 17, 2022
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