Korean (Hangul Dubeolshik) keyboard labels have been carefully designed for the Korean alphabet. We wanted to share some background facts on Korean language...
Korean language has no demonstrable relationship with other living languages and forms its own language family, however sometimes it is being treated as a part of Altaic languages (Central Asian languages). The alphabet and writing system for Korean language is Hangul. Hangul was developed by the king Sejong the Great in early 1444 in order to make the language easier for common people to learn comparing to the Chinese language.
After declaring independence from Japan, Hangul is being used as the official writing system. Korean language is the primary language of about 80 million people worldwide, including large groups of the United States, former Soviet Union, and Japan.
The most common keyboard layout in South Korea is Dubeolshik Hangul. One Ha/En key is dedicated to switch between Hangul and English, and there's another one for Hanja input type. Vowels and consonants are separately located on different sides of the Dubeolshik Hangul keyboard layout.