Korean Translation in London – Segem Consulting | Korean Translators

Welcome to Our Korean Translation Office – London Branch

Our Korean translation team in London is ready to provide professional Korean translation and interpreting services. Contact us or call us on 0161-9734167 or 07590-411402 for a free quotation.

Our accurate Korean translations are truly fit for your demands in perfection because they are bi-cultural as well as bilingual. Therefore, our Korean translation services are not simply word-for-word translation services, but tailored to Korean or English culture and phrasing. Watch your audience instantly grasping the meaning. Organisations and companies in search of fast, accurate and cost-efficient Korean translations have found our Korean translation services to be of the highest standard. Our bi-cultural Korean translators aim to be perfect in their translation jobs. No document is too large or too small to submit to us.




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Legal Documents

Software Localisation (Translation)

Website Localisation (Translation)


iPhone App Translation



We are proud of ourselves because we offer

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Korean Translation and Interpreting Services in London


We provide the following Korean translation and interpreting services in London.

Consecutive Korean Interpreting Services for general business meetings and  interviews.

Simultaneous Korean Interpreting Services

Korean Game Translation Services: Online games, video games, console games including PS3, Nintendo and XBox.

Korean Legal Document Translation Services

Business Document Translation Services: Accurate translation is critical to you business success. We are Korean specialists. We know better than the others.

Conference Simultaneous Interpreting Services: In a conference, there is no time for an Korean interpreter to listen and interpret – we do offer simultaneous interpreting services when you need them.

English to Korean Translation Services: We translate any English documents to Korean whether they are certificates or long technical manuals.

Korean to English Translation Services: We provide excellent Korean translation services when you need your document translated into English.


About London


London’d top destinations are – Big Ben, Buckingham Palace  and the Tower of London. London offers more than – Westminster, Royal London, Covent Garden, Bloomsbury and Notting Hill.

London shows its best when it is summer. In winter, you can visit theatres and can go for Christmas shopping as well. When it is half term, you can find lots of children all over London, so it is best to avoid half terms.

Science Museum and St. Paul’s Cathedral also attract many tourists. There are many many museums and art galleries in London.

Also, there are some famous residents of Charles Dickens and Shrlock Holmes to name a few. The Charles Dickens Musuem is also famous and attracts lots of tourists. You can fimd some places related to John Keats and Sigmund Frued as well.

Live music venues in London like Ronnie Scott’s and 100 Club are not to be missed.

For festivals and events in London, Notting Hill Carnival and RHS Chelsea Flower Show are famous among others.


A Korean Translator Shows How to Celebrate 100 Days Birthday in a Korean Way

by Dr. Hahn, Korean translator, London Branch, Korean Translation Services by Segem Consulting

A Korean Translator Explains – An Overview of Korea’s Industrial Development

by Dr. Hahn, Korean translator, London Branch, Korean Translation Services by Segem Consulting

 A Korean translator, Dr. Hahn, in our Korean translation office in London explains how Korea has developed its economy. Our Korean translator in London Korean translation branch thinks that the Korean government is taking major initiatives to improve the nation’s economic competitiveness by adopting a more realistic exchange rate, making available short-term export financing, simplifying customs procedures, and encouraging foreign investment. In 1999, consumer prices in Korea posted 0.8 percent increase, while producers’ prices were down 2.1 percent. During the early 1990s, consumer prices recorded eight to nine percent inflation levels. However, thanks to government efforts to contain inflation via the stabilization of industrial product prices, as well as improvement in the distribution structure of farm and fishery related products, inflation decreased considerably.

Korea’s overall agricultural production doubled over the last 15 years. Although agricultural growth has since slowed, the much-emphasized goal of self-sufficiency in rice, the staple food of Korea, was attained with an output of 5.5 million tons in 1997. Agricultural development efforts have been concentrated mainly on maximizing yields from the country’s limited arable land, which comprises only about 20 percent of total land area. New high-yield varieties of rice and other crops have been introduced. Also, a large-scale fertilizer and pesticide industry has been developed to keep farmers adequately supplied with these essential products.

There has also been rapid growth in the production of fruits, vegetables and other high-value cash crops, as well as livestock products  according to our Korean translator. The spread of vinyl greenhouses greatly contributed to the increased volume of the nation’s vegetable harvest. Since the 1980s, the annual income of the average farm household has been in balance with that of the average urban working family.

The process of industrialization resulted in a steady decrease in Korea’s farm population. The ratio of rural residents to the overall population plunged from 57 percent in 1962 to below 10 percent in the late 1990s. This trend has also affected the employment structure of the nation’s industry. To solve the problem of rapidly dwindling rural labor, major efforts have been undertaken to promote farm mechanization. Mechanization has progressed significantly in the planting and harvesting of rice.

It is our Korean translator’s viewpoint that a nationwide reforestation program has been underway since the early 1970s. The program consists of planting new trees and protecting existing forest areas in the hills of the country, which account for some 66 percent of Korea’s land area. Also, new varieties of trees that are more productive and resistant to pests and disease are being developed.

To conserve forestry resources until they become fully productive, tree cutting is strictly controlled. For over a decade, timber production has been limited to around 800,000 cubic meters. Most domestic timber demand has thus been satisfied by imports. As an added benefit, these efforts have greatly contributed to the control of flood and soil erosion.

The expansion and modernization of Korea’s fishing industry has been remarkable over the past two decades, making it an important source of foreign exchange earnings. The amount of fish harvested has increased rapidly as modern, motorized vessels began to operate in coastal waters as well as the open seas according to our Korean translator. Korean fishing bases have been established in Western Samoa, Las Palmas and other locations, while consumers now enjoy cuttlefish caught in waters off the Falkland Islands.

Korea’s deep-sea catch reached a peak in the mid-1970s and then declined sharply due to rising fuel costs and the declaration of a 200-mile economic sea zones by many nations. Korea has negotiated fishing agreements with a number of coastal nations to secure fishing rights in their territorial waters and is continuing efforts to reinforce its deep-sea fishing industry.

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