The Qur’an and Sahih Bokhari were translated into Korean for the first time by Dr. Hamid Choi Yong Kil, a native Korean Muslim.
It took about seven years to complete this translation. He is a preacher and a lecturer in Islamic Studies and Arabic at a university in South Korea and a preacher.
Samahatusy Shaykh Abdul Aziz bin Baz was the rector at the time of the Islamic University of Madinah, where he had finished his education. The Shaykh held a special place in his heart for him.
The shaykh frequently invited him to his home and entertained him. His country is home to a minority of Muslims.
His knowledge and moral dignity impressed Shaikh bin Baz very much.
The works that he has translated into Korean and Shahih Bukhari are all part of his scientific work, and he also has written more than 90 other books, either independently or in translation.