KOREAN TRANSLATION SERVICES

We offer three service levels:

Translation Only

  1. Render a text in particular language into another.

Translation + Editing

  1. Render a text in particular language into another.
  2. Review what was done in previous step by the second linguist.

Translation + Editing + Proofreading

  1. Render a text in particular language into another.
  2. Review what was done in previous step by the second linguist.
  3. Ensure error-free and smooth reading text by the third linguist.

KOREAN TRANSLATION solutions

KOREAN LINGUISTS PROFILE

Native Korean translators and editors.

Have Bachelor Degree in translation from top universities in Korea such as Ewha Womans University, Sungkyunkwan University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, etc., and other certifications in the English language.

Minimum 5 years of professional translation experience for international brand names such as DuPont, GE Healthcare, Bio-Rad, Forbes, etc.

Have been familiar with various document types and technical terms in a given industry expertise.

ACTUAL KOREAN TRANSLATION PROJECTS

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ENGLISH TO KOREAN TRANSLATION SAMPLES

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  1. How fast can you translate my document?
  2. How do you price a translation project?
  3. How can I be sure of the quality and confidentiality of my documents?
  4. Why do I need a separate proof-reading service?
  5. What is your working process?
  6. How can I pay?
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About Korean Language


  • Official language in 3 regions including North Korea, South Korea & Yanbian (in People’s Republic of China)
  • Native speakers: 66 million
  • Worldwide speakers: 78 million
  • Total GDP of about $1.8 trillion in the countries where Korean is spoken as an official language.

  • Like many other logographic languages, Korean has its own alphabet which is called Hangul.

  • The Korean script, Hangul, consists of multi-byte characters, which means that when text is translated into Korean, it will take up nearly double the space than the English characters did.

  • Vertical writing is not common in modern Korean. Korean text is usually written horizontally and read from left to right.

  • Modern Korean also differs from other Asian logographic languages when requiring spaces between words.