Our Clients

We Love Our Clients!

Small Businesses

We perform many projects for small and medium-sized US companies doing business in Korea. Whether you are looking to import from Korea, prepare proposals or bids for presentation in Korea or to translate marketing materials or a web site into Korean, we consistently provide cost-effective and superior services. If you are doing – or getting ready to do – business in Korea, contact us first and see how we can jump-start your Korea business and keep it running smoothly.


Over the years, we have participated in many projects that have been used by multinational companies for their work in Korea and around the world. Some of these companies include IBM, Microsoft, Raytheon, Tyco, Avaya, Starbucks, Swarovski, GE, Monsanto, Palm and others.

Public, Health and Educational Institutions

Our work is not limited to the business sector. Public and government institutions like the National Institutes of Health, the IMF and even the Social Security Administration have put our work to satisfactory use, as well as various US universities, hospitals and state and social agencies.

Law Firms

One of the most common types of legal translation we handle is documents for Internet domain dispute resolution through the National Arbitration Forum. Beyond this, we’ve translated large volumes of work related to international lawsuits, patents/trademarks, legal judgments and marriage/divorce proceedings.

General Translation Agencies

When a company has a project for translation into ten different languages, it is best handled through general translation agencies that maintain a strong network of translation resources in dozens – even hundreds – of languages. This way the client company can save itself the hassle of coordinating the work of dozens of translation agencies or translators. There are many such general translation agencies that turn to us for their Korean translation requirements again and again so that we have come to cherish the close relationships we have with them.


Some of our most meaningful projects come from individuals. Letters from the parents of a Korean adoptee to the birth mother of their child, correspondence between friends, immigration documents (including family registers), and loan documents represent only some of the personal projects we have handled for individual clients. Contact us even if you think your job is too small: If it is your job, it is not too small for us!

Steven Bammel

Steven S. Bammel is president and chief translator/consultant at Korean Consulting & Translation Service, Inc. A graduate of the University of Texas at Arlington (B.B.A. Economics) and Hanyang University (M.S. Management Strategy), Steven has worked for over twenty years in Korean business and translation. | more about Steven

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