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Korean KORDA Keyboard Help

 Korean KORDA Keyboards Help

Korean KORDA Keyboards Help

Overview

The Korean KORDA keyboards are built to type Korean using the transliteration system KORDA (Korean Romanization for Data Application). KORDA is designed to make Latin-Korean transliteration easy, accurate, and computerizable. For more information on KORDA, see About KORDA, included with this package in the Windows Start Menu.

The Korean KORDA keyboards create hangeul syllables from jamo or latin letters each time you press Spacebar.

On Screen Keyboard

This keyboard includes an On Screen Keyboard view for easy reference. The On Screen Keyboard works best when associated with a QWERTY US layout.

Fonts

This is a Unicode keyboard and works with any Unicode font which has support for Korean characters. Common fonts which work with this keyboard are:

  • Arial Unicode MS
  • Batang
  • Dotum
  • Gulim
  • Gungsuh
  • Malgun Gothic

Keyboard Layout

Korean KORDA Keyboard

`
`
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
0
0
-
-
=
=
Backspace

Tab
q
w
e
r
t
y
u
i
o
p
[
[
]
]
\
\

Caps Lock
a
s
d
f
g
h
j
k
l
;
;
'
'
Enter

Shift
\
z
x
c
v
b
n
m
,
,
.
.
/
/
Shift

Ctrl
 
Alt
Alt
 
Ctrl

Keyboard Details

Korean KORDA Jamo Keyboard

The Korean KORDA Jamo keyboard converts Korean jamo into hangeul after you press Spacebar. As you type, Korean jamo are shown. When you press Spacebar, the jamo are converted into a hangeul syllable.

Example: type sam to see . Press Spacebar to get .

Pressing Spacebar twice will insert a space. If you wish to insert uncombined jamo into your text, press Shift+Spacebar.

The letters c, y, and w require you to type another key to get a jamo. The letter c needs h. The letters y and w need vowels.

Korean KORDA Latin Keyboard

The Korean KORDA Latin keyboard converts Latin letters into hangeul after you press Spacebar. As you type, Latin letters are shown. When you press Spacebar, the letters are converted into a hangeul syllable.

Example: type sam to see sam. Press Spacebar to get .

Pressing Spacebar twice will insert a space.

The letters c, y, and w require you to type another key to get the right jamo for your hangeul syllable. The letter c needs h. The letters y and w need vowels.

Complete Typing Guide

Consonants

JamoKeystroke
g
g+g
n
d
d+d
Initial: r
Final: l
m
b
b+b
s
s+s
Initial: Automatic
Final: n+g
j
j+j
c+h
k
t
p
h

Vowels

JamoKeystroke
a
y+a
u
y+u
o
y+o
o+o
y+o+o
e+u
i
a+e
y+a+e
e
y+e
w+a
w+a+e
o+e
w+o
w+e
w+i
u+i

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