Unfortunately changing the wheel bearing is going to take some work on this vehicle. The bearing is a pressed in bearing, and as such it needs to be pressed out as well.
To do this, you are going to need to remove the spindle from the car, and you will need to have access to a hydraulic press.
The spindle is bolted via balljoints to the upper and lower control arms, and to the steering rack tie-rod ends. Unbolt all three and use a tie rod end separator to remove the tie rod end. The balljoints can be finessed loose with a rubber mallet.
Once off the vehicle, use the hydraulic press to push the hub (part with wheel studs) out the front of the spindle:
You can then flip the spindle over and push the bearing out the back. Check for a snap ring (large) behind the bearing before pressing out.
Press the new bearing in in reverse fashion, spraying the new bearing with penetrating oil to aid in installation. Make sure it is completely straight up and down and that the spindle is level to avoid it binding. Continue to press until it bottoms out.
Press the hub back into the new bearing and spindle in similar fashion. Be sure to check the hub for the inner race from the old bearing; they often stick on during removal. You can remove it using a hammer and a drift.