Korean Language Training in Bangalore
We offer multiple courses for beginner and advanced learners to learn the conversational language helping you in your everyday conversation or addressing an important crowd during presentations or official meetings. We pay detailed attention to all our learners and equip them with good grammar or vocabulary and with practical use of the language.
Korean Language Translation Service in Bangalore
Translators help us translate written documents. Translation is not just a matter of words; it is actually to make the culture more intelligible and clear in that script. Our translators are linguistic experts with in depth knowledge in fields of science, finance, business, IT, electronics that allows them to logically translate the text provided.
Korean Language Interpretation Service in Bangalore
Interpretation can be consecutive or simultaneous. Our professional interpreters put across the message of the conversation naturally in the exact tone and conviction of the speaker. They can make a key difference in the conversation and hence it is important to have a qualified professional who is prompt and well aware of the subject matter and affairs around him.
A few words about the great Korean Language
Korea is the land of the Morning Calm. Korean is the official language of North and South Korea spoken as the primary language by around 75million people. It is also the official language of China’s Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture and is widely spoken in certain areas of China, Japan, USA and Central Asia. It is called as “Hangungmal” in South Korea while the North Koreans refer to it as “Chosonmal” or “Chosona”.
Korean language has a lot of words borrowed from English but one has to be really cautious while using them because English words may have a completely different meaning in Korean. One should avoid using words meaning you or my; Instead use the person’s name/title or our. There are some very interesting and virtuous quotations used in the language. The Korean language is very adamant with its honorific system and one needs to be very particular when speaking to elders or leaders. Korean has several small dialects such as saturi, bang’eon. The standard dialect however, spoken both in North and South Korea is the Seoul dialect.
Until the 15th century, all literary works were written in Chinese. The first literary text written in Hangul was “Yongbiochonga” meaning Songs of the Dragons flying to Heaven. Korean movies and dramas are very famous and liked by people worldwide.
Korea is very speedily growing because of his hi-tech industry and is the fastest rising economy. It is believed to have the highest potential. North Korea is already the largest ship building industry. Various job and business opportunities are available in this country and knowing the language gives you an added advantage. Knowing a second language always works in your favour with most of the corporate working across the globe. South Korea is open to visitors and the people are more welcoming if you can speak Korean. Korean culture offers traditions, poems; fables and history dated a thousand years back. There are very interesting Buddhist based proverbs. There is also a lively night life with good food, drinks and music.
It sounds very beautiful, rather is sometimes described as choppy by westerners but the language is actually elegant. Korean is also a tough language particularly with its grammar and sentence formation and relationship of the speaker with the listener. However, it is easier compared to Japanese or Chinese and the basics can be picked up easily.