Professional Korean Translation Services

Get ahead of the competition and successfully enter the Korean market, with content that actually delivers. We offer professional, fast, and cost-effective Korean translation services, so you can focus on the important stuff.

Professional Korean Translation Services
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Translate Documents from English to Korean and Korean to English easier than ever before

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Meet our Korean Translators

We have a broad network of highly qualified Korean translators with a minimum of 5 years’ experience, a Linguistics degree from a relevant institution, and an in-depth understanding of the translation requirements of various specific industries. Your Korean translation project will always be realized by a translator who will be the perfect fit for your industry and your translation needs.

All of our translators are carefully chosen and have to go through a complex testing process which has been created and is individually reviewed by our team of expert language specialists. Our services are all delivered in strict accordance with the high standards of ISO 17100:2015 and ISO 9001:2015, so you will be guaranteed to receive translation projects that meet the requirements of your language and your industry.

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“In our company, due to the dynamics of work, we often need fast translation services. Taia has always arranged affordable translations of documents as well as court translations quickly, with high quality. The ordering process is simple, as it takes place through their platform, where you submit your document, monitor its progress and completion. Their staff is always available for help and advice.
I warmly recommend to anyone who has not yet chosen their language service provider to opt for Taia and test their professionalism.”

Urška Stresen,
Business Assistant @MDM d.o.o.

Korean to English & English to Korean Translation Services
We offer a wide range of quality translation services to meet your Korean translation requirements. Taking into consideration the content that you want to translate, our team will help you to choose the perfect translation service and will ensure that you select the one that is the most suitable for your needs. We offer:

Korean document translation

Korean legal translation

Korean website translation

Korean software/app translation

Korean marketing copy, advertisements and social media content

Korean subtitle translation
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About the Korean language

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Korean is spoken by around 77 million people as a native language and is the official and national language of both North and South Korea, with a different standardized official form used in each country. As with Japanese, Korean is considered a language isolate, with just a few extinct relatives. It has been suggested that the Korean language originated from Manchuria.
The Korean language has a system of honorifics that recognizes and reflects the hierarchical social status of the participants of the conversation. Speakers use honorifics to indicate their social relationship to the person they are addressing, reflecting their age, social status, gender, etc. There are also seven verb paradigms, with each level having its own unique set of verb endings which are used to indicate the level of formality of a situation.
The Korean language has become more and more popular in recent years. Extremely popular K-pop bands, K-drama, and Korean TV shows on the one hand, and a wealth of business opportunities in booming Asian markets, on the other, have resulted in hugely increased interest in learning Korean as a second language.
Korean and English are two completely different languages that have no relationship to one another, meaning that good quality translations between the two languages are very hard to achieve. While the process of translating between two European languages is quite straightforward, translation between Korean and English can become very complex. This is why only the most experienced and skilled translators will be able to realize Korean translation projects in a way that fully meets your requirements.
Seoul South Korea

The Taia platform is easy to use. The customer support and accessibility of the Taia team is excellent. The translations are of good quality and delivered as agreed. Technology offers affordable prices. Very satisfied.

Vojko Pezdir,
Head of Marketing @Euroton

Fun Facts about the Korean Language

  • Modern linguists classify Korean as a language isolate, with no correlation to any other language family.
  • One of the biggest factors linked to the recent increased interest in learning Korean has been the multiple award-winning band BTS.
  • The modern Korean language is written in Hangul, which uses 24 basic letters and 27 complex letters.
  • Korean was originally only a spoken language, as written records were maintained in Classical Chinese.
  • When doing business with Korean companies, understanding and speaking the language is considered a sign of respect.
  • The Korean language is considered to have the most logical system of writing in the world.

Quality Guarantee

ISO 171000 Certification
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ISO 17100 defines the roles of the translator, their technical resources and the quality of service. It also outlines the best practices for translation companies to ensure communication between clients and the translator for all completed tasks.


ISO 9001 is the international standard for a quality management system (“QMS”), which defines a framework of effective work processes to be established within a company. As well as demonstrating continuous improvement, it illustrates a company’s ability to consistently provide products and services that meet the needs of its customers, as well as complying with regulatory requirements.

Find out more about ISO quality standard.

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Frequently asked questions

Korean and Chinese come from different language families, so speakers are not able to understand one another. Korean is a Koreanic language, whereas Chinese belongs to the Sino-Tibetan family of languages. The main differences between the two languages lie in their grammatical structure, their pronunciation and their writing systems. You can read more about the differences between these two languages here.

According to the Foreign Service Institute, Korean is one of the most difficult languages to learn for English-speaking people. It is estimated that the learner would need around 88 weeks or 2,200 hours of lessons to become proficient in reading and writing Korean. If you need to translate sensitive information into the Korean language for your business, hiring a professional translation agency would be much more advisable to achieve the necessary quality and accuracy of your documents. Read more about Taia’s document translation and legal translation services.

To get the highest-quality Korean translation, it is important that your translation project is realized by a professional translator who understands the Korean culture and who will know how to structure your message in the most appropriate and effective way, in line with your translation requirements. There are cultural differences between Korean and Western countries, meaning that something that works in one country may not necessarily work in another.