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woozyjon 11-21-2012 8:33 AM

speak Korean?
 
I have airline reservations with Korea Air for next week, they sent me a e-mail and the subject line said they were changing the flights, but its all in Korean. Does anyone speak Korean and could maybe call them for me, (I tried).....I could send ya a $20 Starbucks card???

Thanks..............

woozyjon

Steve G 11-21-2012 8:58 AM

Just call Korean Air in the US. Lol

Steve G 11-21-2012 8:59 AM

I'll make it really easy

+1-800-438-5000

RookieShooter 11-21-2012 9:06 AM

Google does!!! Just cut & paste... :)
http://translate.google.com/#ko/en/

woozyjon 11-21-2012 2:24 PM

I tried calling them, I speak English, Spanish, Japanese and Tagalog to varying degrees, I could not understand her English on the phone. I also used Google translation and cut and pasted the e-mail and it was just a jumbled mess.

Hence the reason I am asking if there is a calgunner that speaks Korean and could call on my behalf............that was the purpose of my original post, so I am still in need of someone.............anyone???????????

woozyjon

Spyguy 11-27-2012 10:54 AM

Three suggestions...

1. If you're near an international airport, go to the Korean Air ticket counter there.
2. Search for a Korean travel agent near you.
3. Go to a Korean restaurant, buy a meal, and ask the owner to read it for you.

woozyjon 11-27-2012 6:18 PM

Great suggestions, I had a member take care of me though. I wish we had a Korean restaurant out here in the valley, I haven't had real kimchi in years.....

GWbiker 11-27-2012 6:38 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by woozyjon (Post 9803152)
Great suggestions, I had a member take care of me though. I wish we had a Korean restaurant out here in the valley, I haven't had real kimchi in years.....

I thought the EPA had banned Kimchi in this country.


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woozyjon 11-28-2012 2:09 PM

My first time
 
My first time in Korea was on a big grey boat and I swear to god I could smell the place before I could see it, it was kimchi, but that stuff is the BOMB. Now I know spicy rotten cabbage isn't everyone cup of tea, but I love it.

A little on some Korean BBQ and I have died and gone to heaven!!!!


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