A couple questions ...
What operating system are you using? (e.g. Windows 7, Ubuntu 16.10, or ...)
Is your system set up as UTF-8?
Can you confirm that your default keyboard layout is some Latin variant,
Can you tell us how you switch from your default layout to Korean? (e.g.
using some Input Method Editor, or?)
Can you enter Korean in a terminal emulator?
Can you type Korean using a text editor?
Do you know for a fact that your font contains the Korean Jamo?
If you don't know the answers to any of these questions, answer the ones you
can, and someone here familiar with your Operating System will be better
able to guide you.
In several recent Linux releases, Korean support has become broken in
several respects, but can still be made to work.
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