Korean is the language of Koreans and both Korean Peninsula. Korean is one of the oldest languages. Korean (Korean 한국어 / 조선말) is spoken by about 63 million people in South Korea, North Korea, China, Japan, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Russia. The results of linguistic and ethnographic studies have shown that Korean is believed to belong to the Ural-Altaic language family, which also includes such languages as Turkish, Mongolian, Tibetan, Hungarian, Uzbek, and Finnish. The course includes: - practical classes, where theoretical knowledge acquired during the academic semester is practically consolidated; - SRS (independent work of students), which consists of working on theoretical material, individual homework and final exam. It is mandatory to complete the entire course material, prepare for each class, and actively participate in all audit assignments. This discipline familiarizes students with the general problems of translation theory, general regularities of translation and regularities and peculiarities of certain types of translation. It also deals with the relationship between translation theory and other linguistic disciplines, general problems of translation theory, familiarization with which is an indispensable condition for the training of professional translators.