We are a translation company owned and operated by translators.
While working in Korea as translators, we noticed that our Korean and expat colleagues had difficulty getting documents translated from Korean to English and vice versa. They either were too busy with their own work or couldn’t find a reliable translation company.
We decided that we never wanted our colleagues to worry about translation again and created a company that provides accurate and reliable service at prices their companies could afford.
By allowing our clients to focus on what they do best, we intend to boost their productivity and help them get home on time. Our results speak for themselves as we are now the fastest growing translation company in Korea.
Located in Seoul, we have satisfied clients from all over the world, from Beijing to Los Angeles, California.
We started our company in 2013 and as rewarding as our history has been, we’re most excited about the future.
Each member of our team is here not only because they’re the best in their field–but because they love what they do.
Richard came to Korea in 2006 to work in overseas marketing and translation. When he is not running Global Touch, he enjoys learning languages and traveling around the world.
Remi came to Korea in 2009 to utilize his engineering background to help local companies complete large construction projects abroad. In his spare time, he explores the Korean countryside with his wife and son.
Aliona tried her hand at many mediums of art through her youth. She developed a passion for translation when she came to Korea in 2009. In her spare time, she enjoys wine tasting and acting in commercials.
Manuel was born in Austria and has studied and worked in 4 countries. Consequently, he is fluent in 4 languages and excels at cross-cultural communication. After hours, he enjoys studying cinema and making short films.
Johnny came to the U.S. from Beijing at 12 years old. Bilingual in English and Chinese, he excels at conveying meaning between the two languages. In his free time he enjoys reading and spending time with his two Samoyeds.