Korean Voice Over Artists

Looking for native Korean voice actors for your upcoming project? You'll find top professionals for your production right here! Listen to samples and invite voice artists to send you quotes to your email. Then simply hire your favorite talent, fund the project and receive your files. Release payment when the project is complete. Learn about our services and VO tips here.

Korean Voice Over Artists

Looking for native Korean voice actors for your upcoming project? Just listen to samples and invite voice artists to send you quotes to your email. Then simply hire your favorite talent, fund the project and receive your files. Release payment when the project is complete. Learn about our services and VO tips here.

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Jaeseung B.
Korean South Korea

He has a deep and sonorous voice and it suits on variety of projects such as e-l...

deep
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Suyeon L.
Korean South Korea

Solmon has very peaceful and calm voice suits almost every field.

warm Calm formal
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Jinhee H.
Korean South Korea

Her voice suits on almost every category such as narration, announcement and e-l...

trustworthy Calm
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Sangbin P.
Korean South Korea

Sangbin has deep and calm and powerful voice suits almost every field.

deep energetic Calm
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Seungwon L.
Korean South Korea

Seungwon has very bright tone of voice and her voice suits on any narration or a...

bright
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Moosung S.
Korean South Korea

Moosung is a great voice actor and also a stage actor. He acted main Character i...

conversational trustworthy Calm
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Chihwa J.
Korean South Korea

Chihwa is a native South Korean speaker with more that 10 years of professional ...

trustworthy narrator
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Sina S. - professional Korean voice over talent at Voice Crafters
Sina S.
Korean South Korea

My name is Sina. I am an experienced voice-over artist in native standard Korean...

warm friendly Confident
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Our Korean Voice Actors

Voice Crafters’ offers 100% vetted, professional Korean voice actors. Our no-compromise attitude towards quality ensures you’ll get the best possible end-product.

Our Korean narrators have many years of voice acting experience and are ready to record any type of voice over you need, be it for:

or anything else with Korean narration – count on us for perfect delivery!

Work directly with the voice actor through our platform and get your voice recording fast (typically within 24-48 hours). Alternatively, if you are working on a large-scale project, call on us to manage it for you!

Our end-to-end solutions also include the following pro services:

  • Professional Translations to and from Korean
  • Korean Subtitles
  • Audio Post-Production Services
  • Video Editing and After-Effects

And…there’s more!

If you’re looking for high-quality royalty-free music for your video or presentation, you’ll find a huge catalog of hand-picked music on our sister site – Audio Buzz right here!

Not sure? Just contact us for more help and recommendations!

 

Korean voice overs: what you need to know

Korean is an East Asian language, spoken mostly in the Korean Peninsula. Korean is the sole official language of South Korea and North Korea, as well as one of the official languages of China.

Korean is spoken by around 75 million people, out of which 48 million reside in South Korea and 24 million – in North Korea.

Did you know:

Korean is one of the most difficult languages to learn for English speakers not only because of its writing system. Korean has a complicated honorifics system that alters the endings of words.

Language History

Early Korean roots are not fully known. Linguists believe that Korean originated around the 7th century from Sillan – an ancient Koreanic language, spoken in the Three Korean Kingdoms.

Up until the 15th century, Korean didn’t have its own alphabet. Until then, Chinese characters, or Hanja, were used for writing. King Sejong the Great personally created a new Korean alphabet – Hangul –  that was much simpler than the Chinese one. This alphabet is still used to this day.

The separation of North and South Koreas had a big impact on the standard Korean language. Because of the division, differences in speech are present between Korean spoken in the North and in the South of the peninsula.

Close Relations

The Korean language is somewhat a phenomenon in the linguistic world. Similarly to Japanese, Korean is a language isolate – it doesn’t have any known genealogical relations to other languages.

However, Korean does have some minor similarities with other languages, most prominently – with Japanese. The two languages share some common morphological and syntactic features.

Contrary to popular opinion, Korean and Chinese are not genetically related. However, Korean adopted a big part of its vocabulary from Chinese. Other foreign borrowings are also present in the Korean lexis – words of English and Mongolian origin are quite frequent.

Did you know:

It’s estimated that from all the Korean vocabulary, only 35% of words are native Korean.

Accents and Voice Over Tips

Korean dialects are grouped into three categories based on geography: Northeastern, Northwestern, and Central. All these groups include dozens of regional varieties.

Korean has two official standards: one that’s used in North Korea and another – in South Korea.

Gyeonggi dialect, or the so-called Seul dialect, is a central dialect and is the basis of the standard Korean in South Korea. On the other side, the Pyongan dialect is the basis of the standard Korean in North Korea. In general, there are some pronunciation and vocabulary differences between the two, but they are mutually intelligible.

One thing to keep in mind when recording a Korean voice over is the complex honorifics system. Korean has certain particles, verbs, and other forms that alter the meaning of words. The honorifics system is particularly complicated as it has many variations, depending on the social context.

So when it comes to Korean, it’s wise to know who your listeners are going to be. Different ages, social statuses, and genders greatly influence how Korean is spoken.

Korean Voice Over Projects

Koren Voice Over for Solar Edge

Here is a localized video by Solar Edge, showcasing it’s three-phase inverter product.

The voice over for this product was recorded by Korean voice over talent Jaeseung B.

Jaeseung has a deep and sonorous voice which works great for a variety of projects such as e-learning modules, explainer videos, movie trailers and more.

Listen to more voice samples by Jaeseung here.

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