Korean Mapping Chart
Rumicode g gg n d dd l m b bb s ss j jj ch k t p h ng
Rumicode a ai ya yai e ei ye yei o wa wai oe yo oo we wei wi yoo u ui i $W

1. Rumicode uses lower and upper case alpha characters to produce Korean.

2. Rumicode will automatically syllabify based on the rules of the Korean language by updating the syllable as you add characters. For example, when typing 여행 (yehaing), Rumicode will initially display 여핸 (yehain) until you type the "g", which comes at the end.

3. In some cases, however, you will need to tell Rumicode to start a new syllable by using an apostrophe. Note the difference in the following two sets of examples:

naiir 내일
na'i 나이
ilgub 일급
ilg'usibsio 읽으십시오

4. When you want to intersperse Korean characters with alpha characters, you can get out of Rumicode mode using a back-slash (\). Any characters preceded by a back-slash will not be converted to Korean. To return to Rumicode mode, you will need to type a space. For example:

\KBS nyoosu KBS 뉴스
dijitel \KBS 디지털 KBS