I didn't translate the power or the Play/Pause button, cause if you can't figure those out on your own, you probably shouldn't come to Korea. In fact, if you can't figure those out yourself, the world is probably a big and scary place for you... You should put on a helmet and ride in the special bus.
Oh, BTW, standard wash and dry takes about 4 hours. This is normal. If you run the power save, my Korean teacher called this the overnight setting, it runs about 14hours.
If you're wondering how to operate it, there's a drawer on the upper left (can't see it in this pic). Open that, dump the detergent in the big hole, put the softener in the small hole, close the drawer. Press the power button, turn the wash side (left) to the setting you'd prefer. If you don't want the dryer to dry, press the play button now. If you do want the dryer to run, turn the dryer knob (on the right) to the setting you prefer. Press play.
Make sure you use softener. We made the mistake of not using softener for the first couple weeks (actually, we'd try to catch the dryer before it started and add dryer sheets... it didn't work), softener is necessary. Don't believe me? Have fun with stiff/stinky clothes!
I think that's a pretty good summary for anyone surfing the internet desperate for their Korean Washer/Dryer to work. Feel free to leave a comment/question though if you're confused about anything, I'll try to help out where I can. :)