Updated Sep 25, 2018 07:54:16 Many South Koreans are calling for a free app that translates Korean to Mandarin, using Google Translate.
The app is available for Android and iOS.
It is a free download for Android users.
The developers of the app have also started promoting it as a new way to get to Korea.
However, it has already been downloaded over 15,000 times on Google Play and has over 50,000 downloads.
Some South Koreans have also voiced their opposition to the app.
“We can’t trust Google translate to Malayalam because of the fact that the people who are doing this are people with no qualifications or knowledge in the language,” said Kim Dong-yeon, a 33-year-old lawyer from Jeju.
Google Translate, a free translation app, was launched in 2014 as an effort to ease the language barrier in South Korea.
Its users can translate Korean into any other language on the internet.
The service is not yet available in North America, however.
Google has not commented on the controversy surrounding the app’s translation.