Korean Translation Services
Are you looking for a Korean translation services provider for your English to Korean and Korean to English translation needs? Wolfestone has the experience and quality to achieve your communication objectives.
South Korea is the fourth largest economy in Asia with huge business potential for UK companies. The UKTI predicts that over the next 5 years, South Korea’s contribution to world growth will be similar to that of the UK. 150 British companies already do business with South Korea, including Tesco and Jaguar Land Rover. In 2011, the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement was signed, and entering the South Korean market is now relatively easy for UK companies. The Agreement is estimated to be worth £49 billion to Korea and the EU.
Why choose Wolfestone as your Korean Translation Services Provider?
Wolfestone regularly undertakes Korean translation, Korean interpreting and Korean voiceover projects for small, medium-sized and large companies. One of our clients recently needed 120,000 words for a technical document translated from English to Korean in 5 working days. We were able to deliver not only on time, but also to the high level of accuracy the client desired.
All our Korean speaking translators and interpreters are carefully vetted, have at least four years’ experience in translation and where relevant, have sector specific academic qualifications.
About Korea and the Korean Language
Korean is the official language of both the Republic of Korea (South Korea) and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (North Korea). Large ethnic minorities can also be found in China, Japan, the USA and Central Asia.
In general, Korean is considered to be one of the most difficult languages for English speakers to become fluent in. One of the difficulties is that in Korean sentences the verb always comes last and the ending of the verb also depends on your relationship with the person.
South Korea’s economy has grown 3.9% in the first Quarter of 2014 compared to last year. The growth was mainly due to a recovery in key export markets such as the US. North Korea is largely isolated and disengaged from the world’s economy.
The Top UK exports of goods to South Korea in 2013 were petroleum and petroleum products, nuclear reactors, boilers, machinery and parts, optical, measuring, precision medical and surgical instruments.