Microsoft Old Hangul

I purchased a brand new laptop and installed the korean keyboard however, it does not allow me to actually type in hangul which is the most frustrating thing. I've tried uninstalling and re-installing the keyboard, changing my default language, system restore and more. It's frustrating because some of my work must be done in hangul and now I have to use a separate website. 

Am I the only one with this issue? 

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Last updated September 21, 2019 Views 1,062 Applies to:

Hi Jessy,

The challenge that you are experiencing can occur due to several reasons, such as, incorrect keyboard layout. If you haven't tried changing your keyboard layout, try to do so by following the steps in this article: Enable or change a keyboard layout language.

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