1. Click Start (the Windows icon) > Control Panel > Clock, Language and Region > “Change keyboards or other input methods”.
2. A window “Region & Language” should pop-up.
Choose “Keyboards and Languages” tab.
3. A button that says “Change keyboards…” will appear.
From here you can change/add/remove language(s) for your keyboard.
4. Scroll down the list… click “Korean (Korea)”.
Expand the list and under “Keyboard”, check the box that says “Microsoft IME” and/or “Korean”.
5. Click “OK” then exit.
6. You should now see the added KO (for Korean), aside from EN (if you’re using English keyboard, but I use JP for Japanese) on the right-hand side of your taskbar/language bar.
7. Now you might want to memorize the Korean keyboard layout so you can type faster. There are some hangul typing games available online.
But meanwhile you can use/click ‘Soft Keyboard‘ from the language bar to show you the layout of Korean/hangul keyboard on your computer screen(if you don’t see it, see under ▼Options).
8. I always use my mouse to toggle languages and letters but there are some short cut key that might come in handy:
To toggle between languages, click Shift + Alt.
To toggle between alphabets, Hangul, and Hanja 漢字, use the right Alt.
9. Some people think that if they press ‘G’ and then ‘A’ on the keyboard, they will get the hangul ‘GA’ 가. No! It doesn’t work that way with the original layout.
Check your Soft Keyboard on the screen, and then click ㄱㅏ to get 가 (‘GA’).
10. For double consonant & double vocal, press [Shift + the hangul]. Example:
[Shift + ㅂ] = ㅃ
[Shift + ㅐ] = ㅒ
11. Please don’t sue me saying I’ve ruined your PC if you fail to understand this instruction. Please get someone else to help you. I know nothing more than what I’ve written here. 미안해요. m(_ _)m Mianhaeyo.
Good luck. (^^♪