As with other Asian languages, Korean to English or English to Korean translation needs expertise and cultural know-how. However translating from Chinese or Japanese to Korean is considered much easier. Lichi Translations in Israel has special skills.

This is because about 50% of the Korean language is based on the vocabulary and letters of the Chinese language and it has a lot in common with the Japanese language as well.

As a translation agency that began its operations in the Asian markets, the Korean language has always been an important part of the repertoire at Lichi Translations.

We have dozens of Korean translators at our disposal in South Korea (no, we haven’t reached North Korea yet) and in other places around the world to provide an immediate response to clients doing business in this language and needing Korean translation.

80 million people in the world speak Korean which is the official language in North and South Korea. It is also the official language of Yanbian, the Korean Autonomous Prefecture in the Jilin Province in China.

In addition to these countries, communities of Korean speakers can also be found in the countries of the former Soviet Union, USA and Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, the Philippines, Brazil and South Africa.