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How to Enable a Korean Keyboard on Windows 11



How to set Keyboard to Korean Windows 11

Are you looking to use the Korean keyboard layout on your Windows 11 device? This can be a little tricky to sort out, but once it’s done – it should be easy to switch between Korean and English (or any other languages) that you want to type in!

In today’s TechSplat article, we’re going to take a look at how you can change your keyboard layout to Korean and get some Korean writing going! Let’s jump straight into it.

How to add a Korean Keyboard Layout in Windows 11

To be able to add a Korean keyboard follow the simple steps below.

  1. Right-click your “Windows Icon” and click “Settings” 
Right-Click Settings for Korean Keyboard
  1. Go to “Time and Language”  then “Language and Region”.
  1. Click on “Add Language” then search for the language you want in this case “Korean” .
  1. Make sure you have “Set as my Windows Display language” Unchecked then click “Install”.
Install Korean Language Features

Once the language finishes installing you will have the language in your windows and all you have to do to switch between languages is click “Alt + Shift”. You may also see it in the bottom-right of your screen where it will say “ENG” and “KOR“.

If you want the system language to be in Korean then you can check that option in the last picture in not then keep it unchecked. 

If you do not know how to type in Korean or you just want some specific letters open your Windows Search option and type “Virtual Keyboard” in there you can switch languages and you will be able to see Korean letters. 

Why should I change my Keyboard to Korean?

If you’re someone who loves the Korean language, there are many reasons why you may want to change your keyboard layout on Windows 11 to Korean. Although this might be a little extreme, learning Korean can be tricky but knowing the characters and how you’re typing using Korean characters can help you learn the symbols and key placements much easier.

Where to buy Korean Keyboards?

If the above statement is true, then you may want to buy a Korean keyboard. In Korea, they use the 2-set keyboard. This is slightly smaller (as less characters) but getting a physical keyboard with the right characters can be tough. Thankfully, smart companies such as Latkey have created a sticker set that can convert your normal, English QWERTY or AZERTY keyboard to work with the new characters.

These stickers are easy to apply (and remove) and can help you learn Korean, without compromising your keyboard letters or keycaps. You can find the Latkey Korean Keyboard Stickers here, and try them out today!


All in all, if you’re looking to learn Korean, or just want to use a Korean Layout on your Windows 11 device, then hopefully this guide has helped you out. If not, let us know in the comments what you would do differently, or let us know if we helped you! Thanks for taking the time to read, and jeulgileo gaja! (Go have fun!).

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