Korean Embassy posts patois greeting to Jamaicans on website
The Korean Embassy in Jamaica has taken bold steps to connect with the Jamaican people by posting a greeting on its website in patois.
The welcome message to the embassy’s website by the Chargé d’Affaires, Ambassador Jong Seon Lim, has been translated to Jamaican creole.
The message is written in English and then presented in patios. The message highlights the cooperation between Jamaica and the Asian country.
See greeting in English and patois below:
Welcome to the web site of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea to Jamaica.
Korea and Jamaica have been fostering the friendly relationships since the year of 1962 when the two countries established diplomatic ties just after Jamaica’s independence.
I hope that this web site will help to enhance a better understanding of each other.
welcom, mi glad fi si unnu yaso.
Korea an Jamaica ah fren from long long time. It ah gwaan since dem independence inna 1962 an wi cooperate wid each ada pon nuff things an wi elp wi one anadah.
So dis yah web site sure fi mek Korean people an Jamaican people undastan bout each ada betta.
Wi glad yuh com visit. Nuff rispec an walk gud.
Jong Seon Lim
Chargé d’Affaires of the
Republic of Korea to Jamaica