Koreabridge Forums


 

How to get korean subtitles

11 posts / 0 new
Last post
supermansfoot
Offline
Joined: 11/02/2009
How to get korean subtitles
Printer-friendly version

Does anyone know a convenient way to download movies or tv shows with korean subtitles? Is there a popular site for streaming? I used to get dvd's but they are becoming rare these days.

furbs178
Offline
Joined: 11/09/2010
Re: How to get korean subtitles

Korean subtitles for Korean shows/movies? or Korean subtitles for English shows/movies?

For English shows I generally will download the show/movie separately then download a subtitle file from a site like http://www.subtitleseeker.com or (if you are a member) from 1004disk.com which usually has subtitles for free or very cheap.

For Korean shows/movies... I don't know. However if you want Korean transcripts there is a cafe that has tons of transcripts for various Korean dramas. I've used them to try to help my Korean studying... that cafe would be here: http://cafe.naver.com/tvtvtv

hockmuth
Offline
Joined: 09/12/2010
Re: How to get korean subtitles

Frist go follow this link:

http://gom.gomtv.com/main/index.html?ch=subtitles&pt=l&menu=subtitles

 

Type the movie you want into the Search box and check the list of availiable subtitiles, ideally, you can find a matching file to one available for download..easiest with more popular/recent movies. Download subtitle file to desktop.

 

Download movie and put in a folder with the subtitle file.

 

Play movie with gom player..right click over gom player..hover over 'subtitles'..click on 'subtitle explorer'..click on the folder icon in the top left..this should take you to the movie's folder with subtitle file in it.  Click on subtitle file and click on open.  That should do it.

 

 

 

 

mattsid
Offline
Joined: 09/15/2009
Re: How to get korean subtitles

I've always used Cineast, it's pretty comprehensive.

http://cineaste.co.kr/bbs/board.php?bo_table=psd_caption

Dogarse
Offline
Joined: 04/15/2010
Re: How to get korean subtitles

Cineast or GomTV to find the subtitles.

Gomplay just opne the movie and ddrop and drag the subtitle onto the player, don't worry about opening folders or exploring shit.

supermansfoot
Offline
Joined: 11/02/2009
Re: How to get korean subtitles

Great stuff thank. Yeah I meant western movies with korean subtitles.

erical
Offline
Joined: 07/20/2011
Re: How to get korean subtitles

http://seoulisburning.wordpress.com

I started posting all the English movies I've watched with Korean subtitles on a blog. It has a link to both the torrent and subtitle file. I've spent a lot of time looking for compatible subtitle files so I'm going to post ones that work for me here. I also post some Korean movies with English subtitles too. Not a lot of movies but maybe useful for you? 

Machiavellio
Offline
Joined: 10/18/2014
Re: How to get korean subtitles

What's really good, player?

 

I have been scavenging the web for solid english subtitles for the movie U-neun nam-ja which is also known as No tears for the dead.

Could anyone provide me with these, would any of you good souls bother with it? We'll find a way for me to return the favour. I just can't take the shitty sub files that are out there already.

If you want to help and don't know how let me know and I shall inform you how easily it can be done.

 

tigerstyle
Offline
Joined: 08/06/2011
Re: How to get korean subtitles

I'm looking for a few TV/Film subs on GOM website and although  I can search and see the files, it won't let me download them (like it used to - just click and download)

Comes up with an error message, not a windows/browser error, but something from GOM website. 

Example would be any Walking Dead subtitle curently, any ideas?

hockmuth
Offline
Joined: 09/12/2010
Re: How to get korean subtitles

yes, on the Gom site a lot of newer films/TV shows' subtitles are now blocked due to what I would imagine is the result of Hollywood's long standing pressure on the Korean government to crackdown on piracy, as these subtitles are clearly meant to go with downloaded content.

That said, people still post them regularly and if you are lucky or diligent you can sometimes snag a copy before they are removed. Older films seem to be generally still available.

 

tigerstyle
Offline
Joined: 08/06/2011
Re: How to get korean subtitles

That was my thought too. 

Just means searching Nver/Daum to find some fan site or cafe instead now :) 

Login or register to post comments

Koreabridge - RSS Feeds
Features @koreabridge     Blogs  @koreablogs
Jobs @koreabridgejobs  Classifieds @kb_classifieds

Koreabridge - Facebook Group

Koreabridge - Googe+ Group