Learn to Type Korean - Korean Input Method Editor

Tips: Cut-and-paste the above text to anywhere you want
e.g. annyeonghaseyo = 안녕하세요 (hello) e.g. gksrnr = 한국

Revised Romanization Input Method

  1. Input each hangul as a combination of its beginning consonant, vowel and an optional final consonant.
  2. Pay special attention to the difference between ㅇ as a beginning consonant ( ' ) and as a final consonant ( ng ).
  3. ' is optional when there is no ambiguity. It is mandatory when the preceding hangul has a final consonant, e.g. yeong'ae = 영애.
  4. Double final consonants are simply a cominbation of 2 simple consonants (e.g. ㅄ = bs).
  5. Please understand that this romanization system is not solely based on actual pronunciations. You need to memorize the romanization table to use this input method correctly.
  6. Changes from previous version: Input ㄲㄸㅃㅆㅉ as G D B S J respectively (not gg dd bb ss jj).

This input method is based on the official Korean language romanization system proposed by South Korea's Ministry of Culture and Tourism in July 2000.

Dubeolsik (2-bul Layout) Input Method

  1. Input each hangul as a combination of its beginning consonant, vowel and an optional final consonant.
  2. You do not need to type 'd' for ㅇ when there is no ambiguity. It will be automatically inserted.
  3. Complex vowels can be input as a combination of simple vowels, e.g. hk = 와.
  4. ㅃㅉㄸㄲㅆㅒㅖ are input as capital Q W E R T O P. It is case-insensitive for all other letters.

Dubeolsik (두벌식) is the most common and the sole national standard of Hangul keyboard layout in use in South Korea.