The Korean language is spoken by over 78 million people globally and is recognized as an official language of North Korea, South Korea, and China. Aside from these countries, it is also recognized as a minority language in Russia.
Korean also has diverse dialect variations, such as Seoul and Munhaŏ dialects of the standard Korean language. Other dialects include Jungbu, Jeolla, Gyeongsang, and various others, to total 9 dialects; usually associated with different regions in both North and South Korea.
So, what about the South Korean market? Is it even worth getting a Korean narrator? Well, the South Korean economy has a revenue estimate of well over $600 million for video streaming services and over $950 million for ePublishing services; for video content and eBook/audiobook projects alike.
Altogether these two economic markets serve over 21 million Koreans. With this in mind, for sheer accessibility reasons, an expert Korean narrator can help you reach these huge audiences in Korea and Korean-speaking audiences around the world.
Whether you are looking for a relaxing tone or a conversational one, if your project is big or small, we take pride in offering a wide range of different Korean narrators for different jobs.
Not only can we provide a variety of different narrators for different projects, but we can also help recommend voice talent we think would be well suited to your specific project.
Every narrator we work with has first been approved by our audio production team to make sure their home studios adhere to our high standards for professional recordings.
Besides this, we also assign one of our in-house project managers to oversee your project; keeping it both on track and streamlined.
We realize that a narration service may not be what you are looking for and that some projects may need a voice actor. You can also find more about other services we offer on this page.