extension ExtPose

Korean IME with Romanization Tool

Description from extension meta

Allows one to type in Korean Hangul and includes a romanization tool.

Image from store Korean IME with Romanization Tool
Description from store Update: now works in Google Docs This extension allows one to type in Korean (Hangul) without a system-wide IME installed. To switch between standard and Hangul mode, click the "a/한" icon (the extension icon), or tap the Alt key on the right hand side of the spacebar. The keyboard layout behaves the same as the Korean keyboard layout (2 Beolsik). This will work from any type of keyboard (Dvorak/Russian/Azerty, etc.) Additional features include: * Right-click on Hangul text and click "Romanize" to get a romanization of the Hangul. This is based on Revised Romanization, but doesn't include some of the complicated rules. * Moving the cursor to an existing character and pressing Shift+Backspace will re-enter edit mode on that character. It should work on any input field within a webpage, except Google Chrome Store as extensions are not allowed to run on those pages. This uses a Korean keyboard layout for the Hangul input, e.g. the letter "A" maps to the letter "ㅁ" which is 'm' in Korean. If you are unfamiliar with the Korean keyboard layout, please Google it.

Latest reviews

  • (2020-07-11) blueberrysmoke447: It just works.
  • (2020-02-17) Yung Hwang: doesnt work
  • (2020-01-14) David Chung: Causes chrome crash,
  • (2019-11-06) Heather Hernandez: When trying to type one syllable, it created a new syllable for each character. Trying to type 국 resulted in ㄱ구국.
  • (2018-10-11) 김세준: 크롬OS에서 유용하게 씁니다. 감사합니다.
  • (2018-07-30) TJ Park: stopped working this week? has something changed? default hotkey (right alt) doesn't seem to work, clicking the extension tool on the menu on the top right doesn't work and also changing the hotkey doesn't work either
  • (2018-05-27) Liseth Paiba: Es muy útil pero cada vez que escribo @ me cambia la escritura y no se como evitarlo
  • (2018-03-31) 허광중: 글자깨짐이없도록해주세요
  • (2018-02-20) JOHNNY FRAZIER: I LOVED IT
  • (2018-02-08) Richard William Sproat: Hmm, well this certainly doesn't work "out of the box" on Chrome on Ubuntu. It is supposed to work even if a system-wide IME isn't available. If I click on the icon it switches from "a" to "한" but I still get Roman characters when I type. (I got that "한" by using Google Translate's keyboard :)
  • (2017-11-29) Kim: it only worked on certain websites instead of all websites! it would be helpful if i could actually write korean on the websites i need to!
  • (2017-11-25) To switch between normal keyboard and Korean keyboard, hit the extension button in the extension bar. It is working, it's cool, but the keys are not in the same order on my keyboard, so I cannot use it if I didn't memorize the Korean keyboard first. Only good for the people who know this keyboard. They should add an option to have the letters in the same order than the keyboard I have!
  • (2017-07-20) Scyllina Samuel: it did not work.
  • (2017-05-15) 이경준: best
  • (2017-01-07) Massey Pierce: Works great. I use it along with the Memrise website to study Korean. It would be even better with a toggle key.
  • (2016-09-09) Rody Prieto: When I click the button on the dropdown menu it just links me to the chrome web store page instead of changing to Korean? What gives, homie? On Windows 7
  • (2016-03-18) Ei Monkyaw: it is great.
  • (2016-03-04) sung kim: does not work on my chromebook
  • (2015-12-04) Sam Hospedales: I can't get rid of it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • (2015-11-30) Harry Hur: no toggle key. garbage.
  • (2015-07-15) Sam Nordberg: Working great for me on Lubuntu. I agree with other reviewers that I'd like to see a toggle key option.
  • (2015-05-12) Jessica Montalvo: Does not work at all.
  • (2015-05-01) angelique hizon: i don't know how to use this , can some please help me
  • (2015-04-06) Nour Shareeza: Can anyone help me? I dont know how to use this apps.. I dont know how to romanize .. Please... Thanks in advance...
  • (2015-01-26) 김기석: 단축키가 지원 됬으면 좋겠네요

Latest issues

  • (2020-01-11, v:2.2.1) Max was here: shift key skips character
    Everytime i need to input a letter with shift, it skips to the next character/syllable. So when i try to type 있 it turns into 이ㅆ, and 예 turns into ㅇㅖ. This didn't use to happen until recently (a week ago, more or less). Also, it happens with both shift keys, left and right. Thanks in advance :)
  • (2019-06-09, v:1.1.7) Maximo Ramos Capillo: custom toggle key
    Can I define a custom toggle key? my right alt-key is broken, I have to mouse click the app icon. I tried to reassign another key to "Alt_R" with xmodmap but it just doesn't work. Thanks for the extension, it works GREAT!
  • (2018-08-24, v:1.1.7) Amy Weitzel: not working
    Suddenly the extension does not work at all. I used it happily for years, but today it does not work.
  • (2018-08-23, v:1.1.7) Desirée Roese: Stopped working
    it's not working anymore, hipe it get fixed soon
  • (2018-08-18, v:1.1.7) Stopped Working
    Hope the team fixes it, it suddenly stopped working
  • (2018-08-17, v:1.1.7) Iron Man: just stopped working out nowhere
    used this fine for about a year maybe a little less. out of nowhere changing back and forth switches that characters in top corner but not on screen uninstall and reinstall did nothing. thanks for the good times hope this helps.
  • (2018-08-14, v:1.1.7) Nothing works
    I installed this because i am learning Korean and want to help memorize by typing in it. But when I install, the button makes no sound and does nothing! HELP!
  • (2018-02-24, v:1.1.7) Celeste Killian: Looking for W
    I'm trying to type w but can't find the hangul character for it on the keyboard, is there a shortcut key for it like the y's and double characters?

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5,377 history
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Rating
3.4535 (86 votes)
Last update / version
2020-01-15 / 2.2.2
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