Consecutive interpreting is considered a type of interpreting. In this translation, students are taught to hone their memory skills, pronounce words in order, and translate accurately and correctly into another language In consecutive interpreting, exercises often focus on cultural and political topics. The demand for translators in the fields of language, literature, science and politics is increasing, and the demand is growing every day. Emphasis is placed on serving as an interpreter at government and international conferences, seminars, conventions, and other official meetings. Translation into Russian is considered to be both oral and written. "Consecutive Interpreting" is the theoretical and practical training of students in translation work in various fields. Students gain practical experience with the theoretical foundations of text analysis and translation of specific content, preparing Korean specialists who have received linguistic training in relevant general education.