WorldAccent delivers high-quality Korean typesetting, either as a standalone service or combined with Korean translation.
Our London-based studio provides a fast, economic service and takes pride in our reputation for precision and accuracy. Companies at home and abroad have trusted us for their foreign language typesetting needs since 1989.
This experience ensures you receive a first-class, accurate Korean layout – on time and on budget.
Why not find out how we can meet your Korean typesetting requirements? Choose one of the options below to contact us now for a free quote.
Expert typesetting in Korean
Our studio are well used to dealing with the unique issues raised by Korean typesetting, and will ensure your project avoids the associated pitfalls. And being in-house means that we can keep a close eye on quality and turnarounds.
With our expertise and impressive range of Korean fonts, we will rework your documents in Korean such that your message is conveyed to your target audience effectively whilst the spirit of the original design is maintained.
We have all the technical knowledge needed for typesetting Korean, from an in-depth understanding of Korean typographic conventions to an authoritative knowledge of InDesign, Illustrator, Quark Xpress, Word, Photoshop, Powerpoint, Acrobat and more.
From advising on the language implications of your initial designs through to producing print-ready PDFs, our studio are skilled in producing language-appropriate, elegant Korean page layouts.
Delivering Korean typeset documents in a format to suit you
We will supply your typeset Korean document back to you in an easy-to-use format, such as a high resolution PDF or outlined artwork. We can also supply Korean ePubs if required.
Whether you need a business card, a brochure, or an entire book typeset in Korean, we can advise on the most efficient method and tailor our output to your workflow.
Did you know? Two Korean typesetting facts
- In North Korea, guillemets tend to be used as quote marks while the use of quotation marks similar to those in English is more common in South Korea.
- Korean these days is almost entirely written in Hangul, the phonetic alphabet developed by Sejong the Great in the 15th century, but some 1800 Hanja (ideographic Chinese) characters are still taught in South Korean schools.
Korean typesetting, London project management and flawless communication
Get in touch today to find out how this winning combination can meet your business’s Korean typesetting needs. Just click on your preferred contact method below.