What Is Your Korean Name? Find Your Korean Name Now
Because of the popularity of Korean Dramas, Kpop Music and the Korean language, a lot of foreigners have started to take an interest in Korean culture. And what other way to start learning culture than having a name of yours in that language? Even though many foreigners are learning the Korean language, but still it is not easy to learn especially if you are not staying in Korea. That’s why many people are having a tough time to have their own Korean name. But worry not! This post is only for you and I will tell you how you can have your own KOREAN NAME 🙂
Yes, in this post I will tell you what is your Korean name and how you can easily find your Korean name even if you don’t speak Korean.
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By the way, this is not an official guide, I just took help from some other famous blogs and created the mechanism on my own. You can have your own Korean name too – be it
Kim Seokjin, Jung Hoseok , Jun Ji Hyun or whatever 🙂
So let’s get started. Before getting started let me tell you that a typical Korean name has 3 syllables.
Last Name/ Family Name (first syllable) + First Name (second 2 syllables)
Now, this Korean Name Generator i.e this method by Korea Diaries of Finding your Korean name depends on your Date of Birth.
a) Month of your birthday = 1st part of your Full Name i.e Family Name
b) Day of your birthday = Middle part of your full name
c) Last number of the year of your birthday = Last part of your full name
a) Month of your birthday = 1st Part of your Full Name
Seeing the above image, imagine that you were born in December, so your last name would be Bae (not the ENGLIS verison of Babe 😀 ). Or if you were born in May, your last name would be Kang i.e 강
b) Day of your birthday = Middle Part of your Name
Now seeing this image above, let’s say that you were born on 23rd, then the second part of your name would be Dong i.e 동. And if you were born on 18th, then the 2nd part of your name would be Sin i.e 신.
C) Last number of the Birthday Year = Last Part of Name
C-1) IF FEMALE
Now if you are a girl and were born in 1997 or 2007 then the last part of your full Korean name would be = Chae i.e 채
C-2) IF MALE
Now if you are a boy and were also born in 1997 or 2007, then the last part of your Full Korean name would be = Jun i.e 준
YOUR FULL KOREAN NAME EXAMPLE
Based on the above examples let’s try to write the full Korean name. Imagine someone, who is a FEMALE, has the following birthday:
November 30th, 1990 so:
Last Name > November > Chae i.e 최
Middle Part > 30 > Seul i.e 슬
Last Part > ‘0’ > Min i.e 민
Hence her full Korean Name would be = Chae Seum Min i.e 최슬민
Check out my Vlog – Celebrating BTS Member JIMIN’s Birthday | Pakistani in Korea
* BTS Members Name (English and Korean)
Kim Seokjin = 김석진
Kim Namjoon = 김남준
Min Yoongi = 민윤기
Jung Hoseok = 정호석
Park Jimin = 박지민
Kim Taehyung = 김태형
Jeon Jungkook = 전정국
Anyways, I hope you loved this method of writing your name in Korean and how easily you can have a Korean name.
Comment below with your Korean name and let me know how is it?