Press Control-spacebar to turn on Hangul input conversion.
Press Control-X to turn on hex mode in the ko_KR.EUC locale or the ko_KR.UTF-8 locale.
Alternatively, you can select the hex input mode from the palette auxiliary window.
The status area indicates that you are in hex input mode and that you can use KS X encoding values to input Hangul characters.
The palette window changes to indicate that you are in hex mode.
The only keys that are available in hex mode are the letters a through f, the numbers 0 through 9, and the Delete key. You can also use Control-X to exit hex mode.
The Control-X option appears in this procedure to access the KS X 1001 character set for example purposes. You can press Control-Shift-X to enter a hex code from the UTF-8 character set.
Type the first three keys of the hex code for the character. For example, you could type a2d in the preedit area as shown in the following figure.
Type the last key of the hex code to display and to automatically commit the character. For example, if you type d in the preedit area, the glyph for two notes of music appears.
Press Control-X to turn off hex mode.