English: Distribution of South Korean family names. This page was last edited on 1 December 2019, at 23:04. Files are available under licenses specified on their description page. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License.
Since the majority of Koreans have the same 10-20 surnames, these names will be arranged by popularity in South Korea rather than alphabetically. Since there are relatively few Korean surnames, it is easy to find pretty much most of them that exist and list them on one page. Numbers are taken from the 2015 South Korean census.
About Korean Name Generator. Korean Name Generator lets you convert any name to a Korean name, in hangul and romanized form. It is not a replacement for a professional Korean name translation, but is based on korean transliteration algorithms and designed to provide a fairly accurate conversion of a given name, to how it may sound like in Korean.Korean given names are often comprised of a generational name syllable and a distinct syllable. A generation name actually originates from Chinese naming conventions and is written in hanja, Chinese characters. It is called a generation name because each member of a generation share that character.One in every five South Koreans is a Kim — in a population of just over 50 million. And from the current president, Park Geun-hye, to rapper Psy (born Park Jae-sang), almost one in ten is a Park.
Korean given names are typically made up of two syllables. The first syllable is shared by everyone of the same generation in the family, while the second is unique to the individual. Each syllable also has a different meaning depending on the hanja (the Korean name for Chinese characters) used to write it.
These Korean names are mainly used by South Korea and North Koreans, males and females use common surnames. The Korean name generator defaults to 15 random male and female names, each of which has the gender. Like other Asian countries, the Korean name is also the family name of the front, then the given name.
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Unlike the western names, there is no middle name in Korean names. Most of Korean names are in 3 letters form, so many western people get it wrong that the middle letter is middle name, however, it is not. In Korean names, family name comes the fi.
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Korean names are the opposite of Western names with the family name first, followed by the two-part given name. The first of the two given names is shared by everyone of the same generation in the family, and the second is the individual's given name.
In South and North Korea, the surname and generation level precedes the person’s first name. For example, two cousins from one generation may be named Ahn Jaemo or Ahn Yujin, Ahn being the generational family name. The other generation’s family name will come from a different syllable.
The most common last name in South Koreais Kim. In fact in a population of a little more than 50 million, one in five are named Kim. One in 10 are named Lee, and nearly half the population is named Kim, Lee or Choi. Most popular Korean last names on FamilyEducation:Lee, Kim, Choi.