HOWTO get Korean input on Fedora
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Fedora is one of the easiest distros to install the Korean keyboard on.
- From Settings, select "Region and Language"
- Click the
- Click the 3 vertical dots
- Find and click "Korean"
- Add Korean (Hangul)
- Click the Gear icon beside Korean "(Hangul)", and enable "Start in Hangul mode"
Type in Korean! Open an app that supports Korean fonts (i.e. a web browser) and hit Super + Space to swap between input languages.
Super is the Windows key on most keyboards