7. Click Apply > OK > OK to close the pop-up windows.
The language bar icon will now appear in the taskbar.
It will show the default input method of Windows by default, for example EN (English).
You can type in Korean as soon as the input method is enabled. To do this, open a word-processing program like WordPad, Notepad or Microsoft Word. An internet browser will do as well.
Now, since the language bar is set to the primary language of Windows, you must switch it to Korean first. It’s easy. Just press the Left ALT key + Shift, or click the language icon in the taskbar, then select KO (Korean). The Korean language bar will appear after which.
Just a quick introduction, the letter A icon beside the globe icon represents the English keyboard layout. You can’t type yet in Korean if it is active. You must click it to switch to Hangul.
Korean keyboard layout is represented by 가 icon which appears after clicking on the A icon. Once enabled, press any letter key on the keyboard, and the equivalent Hangul alphabet for that key will show on screen.
For Korean keyboard users, it’s easy to switch from English to Korean input method, or vice versa, by pressing the 한/영 key beside the space bar.