Korean Translation Services

South Korean city

Whilst China and Japan may dominate the East Asian markets, South Korea’s economy has been growing at an impressive rate in previous years and in 2015, South Korea was ranked 1st in Bloomberg’s Innovation Index.

Since 2011, entering the South Korean market is relatively easy and allows access to other Asia-Pacific regions.

South Korean consumers are digital and tech-savvy and are welcoming of British culture, goods, and retail brands.

Korean translation – things to consider

  • The Korean language can be referred to as many names, including: hangug-eo; hangug-mal; uri-mal; and gug-eo, so it’s important that you know what you’re talking about when communicating with native speakers.
  • Korean is also known to be one of the most difficult languages for native English speakers to master, along with Arabic, Japanese and Chinese, so it’s best to leave it to the experts.

Avoid using small point sizes in your English text. This is because Korean characters can be intricate and do not display clearly in small point sizes.

  • Capital letters cannot be used for emphasis in Korean.
  • The standard Korean date format is: yyyy/mm/dd.

Native Korean Translators

With translation, a key aspect is always accuracy, so we ensure that only native linguists are used on your projects so you can be sure that your finished translations are of the highest quality and sound natural to your target market.

Our 24/7 project management team work around the clock and use the latest technologies to respond to the need for additional capacity in short-time frames.