Since I started studying at KoreanClass101, I’ve had to start typing more in Korean (there are writing exercises in the Premium Learning Center). This is harder than typing Japanese, since you have to know where the Korean characters are on your keyboard to enter them.
To make typing Korean easier, I ordered a set of stickers that you put on your keyboard that shows which Korean character the key represents.
The stickers are transparent, so you can still see the original letters on the keys, with the exception of special characters like the € and µ character on European keyboards and the superimposed numpad keys on a laptop, which are partially obscured. You can see how it looks in the photo. It’s a Swedish laptop keyboard.
Perhaps yellow would have been a better colour, because the orange can be a little hard to see if the lighting is poor.