6 pages in Korean and $260 for the job.
Amusingly, they sent me the original Korean version as a .doc file, so I can read it.
But they send the translation as a virtually un-openable .hwp file. Hangul Word Processor (or HWP) is a proprietary word processing application published by the South Korean company Haansoft Corporation. It is used extensively in South Korea, especially by the government. And also by exactly three other people in the entire world. This is completely emblematic of how inward-looking Koreans can be.....
Really, they thought I was one of the three people in the outside-Korea world who could open such a file?
I'm flattered and boggled.
Oh well, the graft should be easy (when I get the .doc file) so I am happy it has begun.