Our Korean translator are all native speaking translators resident in Korea. Korean uses a phonetic alphabet called Hangul, although in certain circumstances Chinese characters (called Hanja in Korean) are also used. Most Korean schools coninue to teach both scripts, but for almost all everyday use the Hangul alphabet is used.
Written Korean is perhaps unique in being a script that was actually designed, rather than evolved. Historically, Korea used Chinese characters with certain unique Korean characters for verb endings etc. However, during the 15th century a new alphabet was designed and implemented. It is now the standard written script of both North and South Korea. Like English, spaces are left between words, and, since the 1980s, it has been written left to right horizontally (whereas previously it had been written right to left in vertical columns).
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Contact us no on freephone 0800-889-0160, firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the form below to upload documents for Korean translation.