Tailored Korean Translation Services
We at Kwintessential understand that there are many different requirements for translation services for businesses in London and the UK. That’s why we offer a range of Korean translation services tailored to your needs. Whether you’re looking for a one-off project or ongoing language support for your business, our professional translators can provide high-quality translations with fast turnaround times at competitive prices.
ISO 17100 & ISO 9001 Accredited Company
As an ISO 17100 and ISO 9001 accredited company, you can trust us to deliver accurate translations every time – no matter your industry sector. From marketing agencies needing help translating promotional material into Korean; to manufacturing companies requiring technical documentation translated from English to Korean, our experienced linguists are equipped to handle any project.
Experienced Native-Speaking Linguists
Our Korean translation services cover many document types, including websites, reports, instruction manuals, legal documents, etc. All our translations are performed by native-speaking linguists who understand the nuances and intricacies of the language in its various dialects – ensuring that your message is correctly conveyed without misunderstandings.
Fast Turnaround Times With Quality Assured
We take pride in providing our customers with fast turnaround times without compromising on quality, making Kwintessential the perfect choice for businesses looking for accurate translations at competitive rates.
Contact Us for Your Specific Requirements
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01460279900 today to learn more about our full range of Korean translation services or discuss your specific requirements with one of our experienced team members. We look forward to finding out how we can help you.
About the Korean language
Korean is spoken by over 78 million people worldwide, primarily in South Korea and North Korea. It belongs to the Korean language family, part of the larger Altaic language group. Korean has been used for centuries as a literary and scholarly language in East Asia. In recent decades it has become increasingly popular in other parts of the world due to the spread of Korean popular culture.
Korean is renowned for its complex writing system, combining two symbols: Hangul letters and Hanja characters. Hangul was invented by King Sejong in 1444 as an easier way to write the language; it has since become essential to understanding Korean. Along with Chinese and Japanese, Korean also uses Chinese characters known as Hanja to write some words.
Korean is a head-final language, meaning the verb appears at the end of the sentence. Each verb is conjugated according to tense and politeness level, adding complexity to Korean grammar. Honorifics are also commonly used in polite speech; they help indicate the relationship between speaker and listener or subject and object.
Korean is a tonal language, meaning the tone of a word influences its meaning. While there are only five primary tones in Korean, it can still be difficult for non-native speakers to master them. Modern Korean also incorporates words from English and other languages adapted to fit the existing grammar structure.
Korean has many regional dialects, though the most widely spoken is that of Seoul. Dialects differ in pronunciation and word choice and can be used to identify a speaker’s region or social background. Despite the variations among different dialects, all Korean language users share a common script and syntax.
Today, Korean is spoken by millions of people around the globe. It is one of the world’s major languages and continues to grow in popularity thanks to its fascinating culture and history.