Korean has been described by many as “the language of the future”, as its commercial, technological and cultural expansion has increased dramatically in recent years. In part, thanks to the worldwide rise of the South Korean musical style called k-pop  of the last decade. This has led to a great interest in this culture, especially among the younger generation. The reason for this is that they are increasingly interested in learning this captivating language with a bright future. In addition, it is very attractive in terms of commercial issues due to the technological development achieved by companies such as Samsung, LG or Kia  over the past twenty years. These companies mass-produce globally, fostering international relations and the commitment to the sector.

The South Korean cosmetics industry is also one of the strongest in the world today, with brands such as Holika Holika and Skinfood becoming world-renowned. There are projects such as Study Korea Project, which is dedicated to the promotion of language learning and the expansion of Korean culture. They also conduct internationally certified exams such as the TOPIK (Korean Language Proficiency Test).

This language has undergone a great expansion both on a popular and commercial level. Therefore, we can conclude that its presence on the international market and in mass culture has favoured the increase in the translation of this language. As always, translation is a way of connecting cultures, people, markets, etc. and working with Korean, given its growing global relevance, always opens doors to new and interesting possibilities.


Korean gives its name to the Korean family to which it belongs. Its affiliation to a particular language family is controversial, as some linguists place it within the Altaic language family. However, others consider it to be a language isolate, i.e. it shares no kinship with any other language There are around 70 million native speakers. It is the official language of South and North Korea, but is also spoken in parts of China, Japan and Russia. It is also spoken as a second language in countries such as the United States, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan, thanks to the cultural growth of Korean-speaking communities in recent years


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