How to Get a Korean Font on Your iPhone


Activating an international keyboard on your iPhone switches the default font on the device to your chosen language. These keyboards, including one for the Korean language, are already installed on the iPhone and just need to be activated. You don't need to have cellular service or be connected to a Wi-Fi signal to use the new keyboard – once it is activated, the iPhone's auto-correct and dictionary features also switch automatically to that language.

  • Tap the "Settings" icon on the iPhone's home screen to launch the Settings app. The Settings icon is styled as a small gear or cog.

  • Tap "General" to load the General Settings screen.

  • Tap "International" and then tap "Keyboards" to load a list of keyboards currently installed on your iPhone.

  • Tap the "Add New Keyboard" button at the bottom of the screen. If you have multiple keyboards installed already, you may need to scroll down to reveal the "Add New Keyboard" button.

  • Tap the Korean-language keyboard you want to install.

  • Launch the app into which you want to type with a Korean font.

  • Tap the text input area into which you want to type. The iPhone's virtual keyboard will display on your screen.

  • Tap the "Next Keyboard" icon, which resembles a globe, to load a list of available keyboards.

  • Tap the name of your Korean keyboard to begin typing in a Korean font.

Tips & Warnings

  • Information in this article applies to iPhones running iOS 6.1. It may vary slightly or significantly with other versions or products.

Related Searches


Promoted By Zergnet


Related Searches

Check It Out

Geek Vs Geek: Robot battles, hoverboard drag race, and more

Is DIY in your DNA? Become part of our maker community.
Submit Your Work!