Korean Translation

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Hi,

Even though I live in The US and using English all the time, In order to write my child a meaningful letter I’d prefer to use my native lanquage(Korean)
Is it possible for you to do Korean-Spanish translation?
Thank you in advance
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Jiyeon Cha

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Shannon Massey, Employee

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Hello Jiyeon, 

Thank you so much for reaching out with your question! If you would like to write in Korean, we just ask that you write your letter in Korean and then send a translated copy in English as well. This can be easily done on Google Translate. If you do not want to do so, we will need to switch your account to our office in Korea and that way we can set you up with Korean translators. Please let us know what you prefer. If you do decide to go directly through our Korean office, you will then have all contact with them, as they will be the only ones with access to your account. 

I hope this makes sense! Please let us know if you have any other questions!
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Star Saet Byeol Jeong

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You can call (844) 247-3063 (8am-4pm, MST timezone) you will be able to talk to a Korean speaking representative at Compassion and they will change your letter language to Korean so that you can start writing in Korean :) 
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Mackenzie, Employee

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Great answer, Star! You are exactly right. We actually have a team here in our US office that can send your letters in Korean and translate letters from Spanish to Korean! Jiyeon, I have sent an email to our US Korean team so that they can update your sponsorship account to Korean language. Please let us know if you have any other questions! 

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