I am a native Korean speaker and work as an English to Korean freelance translator. I majored in English at university with a minor in business administration, and also hold a master's degree in economics.
Before I began to work as a freelance translator, I worked full time as a market researcher for about three years. I worked in the IT, insurance and construction industries as a researcher.
As a translator, I have extensive experience in the IT, travel and government (especially relating to social services) sectors. In addition, sectors I have translation experience in include finance, cosmetics and real estates.
The types of documents I mainly deal with include marketing materials (website contents, promotional emails or letters), legal documents (terms and conditions, terms of service) and government publications.
* Accuracy and Proficiency in written English and Korean
* Outstanding Searching Skills
* Advanced level in typing-Korean and English
* Excellent Computer Skills : Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint
* CAT Tool : SDL Trados 2017 Freelancer
My specialty fields are
* Marketing (cosmetics, fashion, tourism, food and drink)
* Biomedical Sciences (Translation +800,000 words until now)
And I’m interested in exploring new fields.
I have been offering translation services for the past 10+ years. I have worked for the supreme court, offering my translation services. I highly observe my Clients needs and deadlines. I guarantee quality human translations delivered in the shortest time possible.
I am currently in Kenya for a research. But I still offer my translation services
Growing up, I have always been curious and eager to get to know new things. And my inclination naturally led me into learning English. I have been working as a translator and interpreter for about 10 years. Mostly I worked as a freelancer here in Korea, not belonging to a certain agency. I am currently involved in a voluntary translation work for a non-profitable organization. I love challenges and want to expand the area of my career, working globally.
*FYI, my rate for audiovisual translation is a rate for subtitling and it's according to video hours, not my working hours.