What Korean name do you want? Korean names are unique because they follow the Korean alphabet and Korean pronunciation rules. They also have a traditional meaning that is connected to the culture in Korea. That’s why it can be difficult to create your own Korean name – but not anymore! 

This Korean names generator will give you step-by-step instructions and suggestions to create your own Korean female or male name based on your birthday date. Choose your gender, pick any date you want, and you’ll have a new Korean name in no time!

Gender:

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Your Korean Name

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Korean names consist of Sino-Korean name for Korean language speakers Sino-Korean is the Hanja used in Sino-Korean personal and geographical names, given names, and some official DPRK government terminology. Chinese characters have been used as the formal script on Koreans since Silla adopted its use around 500 AD. Pure Korean is the native Korean language name for someone.

The first given name that appears in written records was “Kingdom of Silla” (57 BC – 935) king Seong’s son Tanum was his first born son. But it wasn’t until Kaesong became capital during Silla time period that “Given Names” a practice we see today came about under King Hyeokge

The Sino-Korean style is the most common one used nowadays in both North and South Korea. Sino-Korean names consist of Sino-Korean family names (in Chinese characters) and given names (usually consisting either of native Korean words, Sino-Korean morphemes or a combination of the two).

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Chinese characters were introduced to Korea as early as 2nd century BC when Han empire expanded into parts of Korean peninsula. Sino-Korean system began with Jin state(晉朝 221BC~420AC), which was founded by Han refugees in northern area of Korean Peninsula. Sino-korean romanisation systems were revised several times until 12th century AD.

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