LinguaVox is an established translation agency specialising in Korean into English and English into Korean translation services. Since 2000, we have supported hundreds of companies with their website, product catalogue, patent, and technical manual translation requests to and from Korean. All our Korean language services are covered by our unique triple quality guarantee. LinguaVox is certified to ISO 9001 and ISO 17100 standards, in addition to having an internal system of thorough quality checks, carried out by our experienced project managers, who have MAs in Translation and wide-ranging expertise in multiple subject matters.
All our translators possess a recognised qualification and several years of experience in the translation industry. If your translation is of a financial nature, we will assign the project to a Korean translator specialised in finance. If it is a legal translation, your project will be carried out by a team of legal specialist translators. In addition, our Korean translators only work into their mother tongue (Korean, American, British, Australian English).
Professional Korean Translation Services
Our range of Korean language services includes:
- Korean language interpreters
- Sworn and certified translations
- Korean website and desktop publishing services. We specialise in ready-to-publish translation services
- Multimedia translations
- Software and videogame localisation
- LinguaVox can also help you with your translation needs between Korean and other languages, including Japanese, Chinese, German, Spanish, Arabic, etc.
Online Korean Language Services
Korean is the mother tongue of approximately 80 million people. It is the official language of North and South Korea, and it is a co-official language in the Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture, located in North Eastern China. There are also significant Korean-speaking communities in the United States, Canada, Australia, Japan, and the United Kingdom.
According to recent reports, South Korea is the most industrialised member state of the OECD. For over 50 years, the Korean economy has been one the world’s fastest-growing. And while the rest of the industrialised economies are still battling to overcome the financial recession, South Korea is relatively unscathed. Due to this, many international firms are considering the benefits of developing commercial ties with this Asian giant.
Foreign companies trading with Korean firms need to be aware of the complex honorific system that pervades the Korean language. In addition, there are seven “speech levels”, which are used to indicate the formality of a situation both in speech and in writing. The correct use of honorifics and speech levels is an important factor when it comes to ensuring successful business transactions with Korean companies.