qㅂ wㅈ eㄷ rㄱ tㅅ yㅛ uㅕ iㅑ o ㅐ pㅔ
aㅁ sㄴ dㅇ fㄹ gㅎ hㅗ jㅓ kㅏ lㅣ
zㅋ xㅌ cㅊ vㅍ bㅠ nㅜ mㅡ
Qㅃ Wㅉ Eㄸ Rㄲ Tㅆ Yㅛ Uㅕ Iㅑ Oㅒ Pㅖ
If you have a UK keyboard, the " and @ keys will switch places.
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How to add Korean input method in Windows 7:
1. Control Panel > Clock, Language, and Region > Change keyboards or other input methods
2. Change Keboards > Add > Korean > Keyboard > Microsoft IME
3. Click all the relevent OK, YES and APPLY buttons, etc.
You should now have a little bar somewhere on your screen that allows you to change between KO (Korean keyboard) and EN (English keyboard). When you're in KO, there's another button that switches between A (English) and 가 (Hangeul), because Korean keyboards have both options. You should also see another button that allows you to input Hanja.