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Translation Korean <=> English

    Our translation agency offers professional Korean translation services for English to Korean and Korean to English language pairs at excellent prices. We can also translate Korean or English into more than 70 other languages. Thanks our extensive network of external translators, Hero Translating is one of the few translation agencies on the market which can profesionally translate Korean to literally any language!

    Korean - history

    Translation Korean => English Korean could not be attributed to any language family so far. The relationship of the language to the Altai languages ​​is controversial. On the other hand, there are striking structural similarities with Japanese, which mainly refer to grammatical phenomena, but not vocabulary, which is heavily influenced by Chinese. Korean is the official language in North and South Korea, which results in certain differences in the use and formation of individual words. The dialectal differences, however, are small, so that a mutual understanding without major problems is possible. There are also Korean minorities in China and Japan. About 78 million people speak Korean. The writing of the Korean is based on the Chinese. A peculiarity of the Korean language is the so-called honorific system, with which various politeness levels can be expressed. The standard language of South Korea is based on the dialect of the area around Seoul, and the standard for North Korea is based on the dialect around P'yongyang. The Korean language used in North Korea and South Korea differ in pronunciation, spelling, grammar and vocabulary. Korean was formerly written using Hanja, borrowed Chinese characters pronounced in the Korean way. It was replaced in the 15th century by a national writing system, called Hangul, that was developed by Sejong the Great, though Hanja may be mixed in to write Sino-Korean words. South Korea still teaches 1,800 Hanja characters in its schools, while the use of Hanja was abolished

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    Translation English => Korean

    0.10 EUR / Word

    Translation Korean => English

    0.15 EUR / Word

    Interpreting English <=> Korean

    0 EUR / hour

    Translation English => Korean
    Interpreting English <=> Korean
    Our Korean translation team consists of professional translators and native speakers who translate exclusively into their native language. We cooperate with excellent Korean website copywriters and editors who can localize any software product or website. We also offer Korean sworn translation, consecutive, accompanying and conference interpretation in Korean, voice-overs, transcriptions, editing and proofreading. Whatever your Korean translation needs are, Hero Translating can provide them to your full satisfaction.

 

 
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