Chambers Translations Services established in 1995 is one the oldest and the most well established International translation services company in Singapore, located @ Peace Centre # 03-09, Singapore 228149 , Chambers Translation Service provides accurate and reliable translation services for more than 80 languages including Korean Translation Services for all types of documents
Chambers Translations Services Singapore has a team of professional Korean Translators, our Korean translatorspossess Korean Translation qualifications and a good track record in translating Korean documents. We have Korean translators who specialise in translating Legal, Financial, Medical, Chemical and Technical documents
We can translate documents from Korean into English and from Korean into more than 80 other languages including English into Korean
Chambers translation services only hires professional Korean translators who have a good track record in providing customers with high quality translation, we take care to ensure each translated document meets each client’s needs. Our trained Senior Korean translators proof read carefully and check each translation we produce, to ensure our valued clients get accurate translations
Why Choose Chambers Korean Translation Services?
Don’t trust your international language needs to less than the best
Thorough and accurate. 73% of our business comes from repeat customers.
Proven Track Record
Assuring confidence and profit to esteemed global companies
Trained Native-Speaking Professionals
Practiced and perfected linguists and industry based experts on every project.
Types Korean documents we handle
- Korean translation services for Birth certificates
- Korean translation services for Diploma certificates
- Korean translation services for Wedding certificates
- Korean translation services for Legal contract
- Korean translation services for Divorce decree
- Korean translation services for No Impediment to marry
- Korean translation services for Police Criminal Record
- Korean translation services for Death Certificate
- Korean translation services for Driving license
- Korean translation services for Bank statement
- Korean translation services for Registration document
- Korean translation services for Insurance certificates
- Korean translation services for Mandarin Passport
- Korean translation services for ID card
- We translate all official documents
Korean Language (Hangeul) did not arise through chance: it was created in the middle 15th century through the intentional actions of Korea’s Great King Sejong, whose goal was to bring the power of written expression to his subjects. Until the creation of hangeul, literacy in Korea was limited to the handful of men who were extended the privilege of attending royal academies where they studied Chinese literature and letters. As Great King Sejong convincingly points out in his Hunminjeongeum (Correct Sounds to Teach the People), attempting to use Chinese symbols to represent the speech of Korean people was not appropriate: the two languages are very different from each other.
Modern Korean: The end of the Middle Korean period is marked by the Japanese invasion in 1592 which ultimately failed in 1598. After that, Korea was under the rule of the Manchu until 1894. The import of Chinese words went on and more phonological changes happened. Also, there were first contacts between Korea and European nations.
Contemporary Korean: This century marks some of the darkest chapters for Korea and the Korean language as well. During the Japanese colonial reign (1910 – 1945), Koreans were enslaved as workers for the Japanese homeland, Korean women were forced into prostitution for the Japanese military (entitled as “comfort women”) and the Korean language was forbidden. After the end of the Second World War, Korea was freed and divided into nations, mirroring the now divided world. In 1950, the Korean War broke out. Eventually, the 38th parallel was established as peace border. Linguistically, there were standardization movements and the establishment of huge dictionaries, as well as new words, now also from Western languages like English