The best Korean interpreter ever

July 26, 2010 by  
Filed under Korean interpreter

Because the distance between English and Korean languages is so far as their geographic distance, it is very difficult to find a really good Korean interpreter. Everybody makes mistakes, even the best of them. You can become a court certified interpreter in California if you can get about 80% in the oral test, and that is very good accuracy. I once met a great interpreter, Kyung Hwa Chung, who served as interpreter to President Dae Jung Kim and is now a high ranking Korean diplomat working for human rights in Geneva.
But look at this guy! He is surely the best Korean interpreter that I ever came across. He provided interpreting at Chun An Boat press conference, where Korean government was explaining to foreign press that there are substancial evidences that North Korea was involved in the sinking of Chun An Boat in june, 2010.

Start from about 36 minutes from the beginning.


Isn’t he amazing?

Lieutenant Cho graduated from Westminster high school in the U.S. in 2002, and graudated from Yale University, with full scholarship from Samsung.
He came to Korean to become a Air Force Interpreter Officer in July 2007. After he is discharged in June, 2010, he will study at Columbia University Law School. He is a son of the ex-prime minister Jung Pyo Cho, who was a professional diplomat and Ex-Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, and is known to have excellent command of Japanese as well.


12 Comments on "The best Korean interpreter ever"

  1. Pharmacy technician certification board on Sun, 1st Aug 2010 12:42 pm 

    nice post. thanks.

  2. ooitdzb on Fri, 3rd Sep 2010 2:27 pm 

    PWN1k9 gfszjwoerpfe, [url=]hfgmyaslnlrm[/url], [link=]rcexczcomwzg[/link],

  3. AnTiViRuS on Thu, 9th Sep 2010 5:14 pm 

    keep it real, iight

  4. davenycity on Wed, 15th Sep 2010 5:30 am 

    great blog thank you

  5. Free Wordpress Themes on Wed, 22nd Sep 2010 4:32 am 

    Nice fill someone in on and this enter helped me alot in my college assignement. Say thank you you seeking your information.

  6. moskar insurance on Mon, 13th Dec 2010 5:23 am 

    Hey Tabatha, rofl :)

    Kind regards,

  7. Blanca on Fri, 7th Jan 2011 7:48 am 

    Brooke rocks???


    kinesiology school in india

  8. Rachel Villegas on Tue, 11th Jan 2011 3:52 am 

    Maybe the best post I read in my life :)


    statistik counter

  9. Willard Fair on Wed, 12th Jan 2011 8:58 am 

    Great post! Maybe you could do a follow up on this topic :)

    alternative medicine course in india

  10. Myrna Aguirre on Wed, 9th Feb 2011 8:07 am 

    Great writing, I have been after that?


  11. Juanita on Tue, 15th Feb 2011 4:35 pm 

    Great read! I want you to follow up on this topic!?

    -Yours truly,


  12. Andrew on Sat, 30th Jul 2011 4:57 pm 

    I required to produce you 1 bit of phrase to finally say many thanks the minute again with the unique suggestions you have contributed at this time. This is simply seriously generous with you to create unhampered what the majority of us might have marketed for an e e-book in making some profit for themselves, primarily seeing that you just could have carried out it in the occasion you desired. The ideas in includeition labored to create excellent approach to recognize that other individuals have similar keenness similar to my individual personal to understand incredibly significantly additional associated to this produce a difference.