Finding the right translator website to translate Korean to English can be difficult. There are tools online that can assist you with this process. This article will look at three examples of these services, and how they can assist you with any Korean to English translation that you need, or if you want to translate from English to Korean.
This website allows users to enter text in, and then it translates it at the push of a button. The benefit of this service is clearly the speed. The site allows users to enter quite a lot of text, and then translates the information for the user. Some of the translations differ from the same phrases used on other sites. So, it might not be accurate - either this or the other site got the translation wrong. The site also gives users the chance to translate web addresses into Korean or a variety of different languages. This could be useful if you are looking to create a website and want a Korean address. The site also gives users access to a forum. So, they can discuss the benefits of an online machine translation verses which have been done by a human source.
This website is very easy to use. The users simply have to type in the phrase that they need to translate, and the site does the rest. It is a very clean and clear design that gives you exactly what you would expect from a web translation site. The site does suffer from the issue of pop-ups every time that you change the language, or request a language's translation. However, the service is free and a lot of websites employ this approach, and a simple pop-up blocker will prevent this. This site lacks some aspects that other sites have, for example a forum. However, it does the job and works well.
Yahoo! Babel Fish
This service is similar to the others which are listed. The big advantage is that it has the backing of Yahoo. The fact that it is the only one site with large backing means that it’s fair to assume that it is accurate. Similar in design to the other sites, it is simply the case of typing the phrases that you need and getting the translation returned to you. Fans of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy will also recognise the name Babel fish as the creature which is used to translate alien languages. Most people will pass by this information, but fans will find it amusing.