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I've been unable to find a concise answer anywhere else on the web. Since its only a few words, albeit crucial ones, that are in Korean I don't want to have to muck around with HLaTex or deviate from pdfLaTeX that I'm using at the moment.

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You can use the CJK package. A little example (taken from CJKutf8.tex):

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage[T1]{fontenc}
\usepackage{CJKutf8}
\usepackage[english]{babel}

\newenvironment{Korean}{%
  \CJKfamily{mj}}{}

\begin{document}

\begin{CJK}{UTF8}{}

\begin{Korean}
  이 FAQ 은 자주 반복되는 질문과 그에 대한 대답을 간단명료한 양식으로
  모아 엮어졌습니다.
\end{Korean}

\end{CJK}

This FAQ list was made to summarize some frequently asked questions
and their answers in a convenient form.

\end{document}

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there are so many different articles around about getting korean to work easily in latex, this worked extremely well and very easily –  grizzilus Mar 9 '12 at 0:43
    
@Gonzalo When I tried to run the code in my machine. It is giving following error ! Font C70/mj/m/n/10/c7=uwmjc7 at 10.0pt not loadable: Metric (TFM) file not fo und.'. Can you suggest me on this. Thanking on advance –  Ansu Jun 24 '13 at 7:16
    
@Ansu the font is missing in your system. Install it using the package manager of your LaTeX system. –  Gonzalo Medina Jun 24 '13 at 14:03
    
@GonzaloMedina One more question What is the name of the package for the korean fonts? –  Ansu Jun 24 '13 at 22:53
    
@Ansu the package is CJKutf8; your system seems to be missing some metric font file uwmjc7.tfm –  Gonzalo Medina Jun 24 '13 at 23:06
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Personally, I had a lot of trouble trying to get the CJK package to work. So I went on the KTUG website and found that they use the package kotex.

\documentclass{article}
\usepackage{kotex}
\begin{document}
안녕하세요!
\end{document}

Output

The good part about this was I was able to simply copy and paste hangul from websites into the LaTeX document and it worked fine. I only wanted a few words (my name) as well, so this option might be quicker and easier.

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In my experience, Will answer works for me.

If you want to install kotex package, you can use this repository URL in Tex Live Manager 2013.

http://ftp.ktug.org/KTUG/texlive/2013/

If you use other version, such as 2011, you can just change the number in URL.

Manual of this answer is written in below page (But written in Korean).

http://faq.ktug.org/faq/ko.TeX/instpack

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