Is there any Korean translation?

#1 Posted by CL60 (16906 posts) -

I have a friend who moved here from Korea and she barely speaks any English, but she wants to play Skyrim(PC version.) and would rather understand the game, I searched and could only find this(can't actually post the video since I on my phone.)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_xifXKa1LuQ

So unless that's fake or something I assume it does exist.. Somewhere?

#2 Posted by SexyToad (2739 posts) -

I got you! I assuming that you have it on Steam? Changing the language on that should change it on the game. It would get the new .paks. Or whatever they're called. Try it with Spanish.

#3 Edited by SexyToad (2739 posts) -

Wait. It's more complicated... So set it to Korean then let it update. Uhh just read the description to this video Link

#4 Posted by CL60 (16906 posts) -
@SexyToad
I got you! I assuming that you have it on Steam? Changing the language on that should change it on the game. It would get the new .paks. Or whatever they're called. Try it with Spanish.
Korean isn't in the list of languages In the language settings. The only Asian language on there was Japanese. Unless I'm looking in the wrong spot.
#5 Posted by Darknaut (126 posts) -

I actually remember seeing a Korean translation mod in the Steam Workshop a while back, and it seemed to have fairly good reviews to go with it. I can't remember what to search to find it but with a bit of digging you should be able to uncover it. That's the best lead I have though.

#6 Posted by ColonelRick (114 posts) -

@CL60 said:

@SexyToad
I got you! I assuming that you have it on Steam? Changing the language on that should change it on the game. It would get the new .paks. Or whatever they're called. Try it with Spanish.
Korean isn't in the list of languages In the language settings. The only Asian language on there was Japanese. Unless I'm looking in the wrong spot.

@Darknaut said:

I actually remember seeing a Korean translation mod in the Steam Workshop a while back, and it seemed to have fairly good reviews to go with it. I can't remember what to search to find it but with a bit of digging you should be able to uncover it. That's the best lead I have though.

Yeah dude, try browsing around Skyrim Nexus and the Steam workshop for a bit. Almost seems natural someone is at least working on a Korean language mod somewhere...

#7 Posted by CL60 (16906 posts) -
@ColonelRick

@CL60 said:

@SexyToad
I got you! I assuming that you have it on Steam? Changing the language on that should change it on the game. It would get the new .paks. Or whatever they're called. Try it with Spanish.
Korean isn't in the list of languages In the language settings. The only Asian language on there was Japanese. Unless I'm looking in the wrong spot.

@Darknaut said:

I actually remember seeing a Korean translation mod in the Steam Workshop a while back, and it seemed to have fairly good reviews to go with it. I can't remember what to search to find it but with a bit of digging you should be able to uncover it. That's the best lead I have though.

Yeah dude, try browsing around Skyrim Nexus and the Steam workshop for a bit. Almost seems natural someone is at least working on a Korean language mod somewhere...

Couldn't find anything on the nexus, and I found something called Korean Translation or something on the workshop but all it did was make the signs in the game korean. That's all I could find, but that video I posted makes it seem like there is something in existence.
#8 Edited by ColonelRick (114 posts) -

@CL60 said:

@ColonelRick

@CL60 said:

@SexyToad
I got you! I assuming that you have it on Steam? Changing the language on that should change it on the game. It would get the new .paks. Or whatever they're called. Try it with Spanish.
Korean isn't in the list of languages In the language settings. The only Asian language on there was Japanese. Unless I'm looking in the wrong spot.

@Darknaut said:

I actually remember seeing a Korean translation mod in the Steam Workshop a while back, and it seemed to have fairly good reviews to go with it. I can't remember what to search to find it but with a bit of digging you should be able to uncover it. That's the best lead I have though.

Yeah dude, try browsing around Skyrim Nexus and the Steam workshop for a bit. Almost seems natural someone is at least working on a Korean language mod somewhere...

Couldn't find anything on the nexus, and I found something called Korean Translation or something on the workshop but all it did was make the signs in the game korean. That's all I could find, but that video I posted makes it seem like there is something in existence.

http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=7837&searchtext=korean

This should be it. I think the guy has two mods, one for signs and one for general translation. The link should be for the general translation, I think.

NO IDEA on the quality of the translation. I almost never play games in my native Dutch, since the translation is usually awkward. English to Korean seems even more risky; lot of stuff could get lost in translation...

#9 Posted by Darknaut (126 posts) -

Yeah, I found the same one that ColonelRick just posted. A quick google search of "skyrim 한국어 번역" brought it up quickly. Hopefully that will do it for your friend!

#10 Posted by CL60 (16906 posts) -
@ColonelRick Thanks, I'll get her to check it out. Even if it's not 100% accurate, it's better than nothing.
#11 Posted by Bwast (1334 posts) -

Can she cook? If so tell her I'll be over in a minute. Good, authentic bulgogi is so hard to come by. It's been 10 years since I've been to Korea but I can still taste that heavenly bulgogi. Man I'm hungry.

#12 Posted by CL60 (16906 posts) -

@Bwast said:

Can she cook? If so tell her I'll be over in a minute. Good, authentic bulgogi is so hard to come by. It's been 10 years since I've been to Korea but I can still taste that heavenly bulgogi. Man I'm hungry.

I'm bumping this just to say I just had Bulgogi for the first time today...

AND MY GAWD.

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