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Hello and thank you for your question. Have you considered taking her to a local major hospital as they usually will provide translators for patients including patients that only speak Korean?
Unfortunately she cannot be forced to see a mental health professional as she is not a danger to herself or others, she must volunteer for treatment. Just as much as if you had a heart issue and needed to see a cardiologist the choice to undergo treatment is yours alone, same applies in this case with your wife and her mental health treatment. If she is not willing to undergo treatment than that is her choice unfortunately.
Unfortunately there do not appear to be any listed Korean Speaking psychiatrists in your area, this is why I mentioned discussing with a hospital about their translators to see if they have a Korean translator for your wife. As for getting a house call visit from a psychiatrist, this is very rare and only a handful of psychiatrists provide this type of service, so finding one that provides house calls and speaks Korean is considered unlikely and improbable. I know this is not the answer you wanted to hear, but I have to give you the facts about the situation.