Korean Name Generator Based on Birth Day Date

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There is such a unique character of names in Korea that it becomes different from other countries. Korea uses the alphabet and Korean pronunciation rules in giving names. Besides, they also apply a traditional meaning based on the culture in Korea. 

korean name generator based on bitrh day date
korean name generator based on bitrh day date

Could you imagine it? The created name itself already takes a difficult process but we need also consider the meaning behind the name by understanding the whole Korean culture.

Therefore, this name generator comes to help people in creating names for Korean females or males based on the birthday date. You just need to pick any date you want, and you’ll have a new Korean name in no time.

Korean Name Generator

Date of birth:
Your Korean Name

See also: Korean text to speech

What is Korean Name

Korean names are originated from the Chinese names as part of Sino-Korean vocabulary. The family names in Korean majorly only consist of one syllable, and Korean have no middle name. The early names using Korean language were tracked during the Three Kingdom period (57 BCE – 668 CE). Before 14th century, the hangul system is not adopted yet, so the Korean names were written using Chinese characters, or what we called as Hanja.

Later, during the Mongol alliance period, the Korean upper class combined their names with Mongolian names to interact with the Mongol Court, while still using their Korean names in other places.

As you often encounter in various Korean drama or K-pop idol name, you will notice that ‘Kim’ is the most common Korean family name, follow by ‘lee’, ‘Park’, ‘Choi’ and the least common ‘Jung’ (although you might be very common with the name Jung Hoseok, right!)

There are some ways to create your own Korean names. Generally, Korean name consist of three syllables, which consist of Last name/Family name (first syllable) + First name (second 2 syllables).

How to Determine your Korean Name Based on Birth Date

The most common method to determine your Korean name is by your birth date. Only these three simple rules and you will have your unique Korean name in no time!

Month of your birthday = first part of your full name (the family name)

month in korean
month in korean - Find Your Korean Name

Using the table above, if you were born in December, then your first name would be ‘Bae’ (Like Bae Suzy!). If you were born in January, then your first name would be ‘Han’ (like Han Ji Pyeong, our lovely second male lead from Start-up Kdrama).

The day of your birthday = middle part of your name

day in korean
day in korean - Find Your Korean Name

After that, use your birth day number as your middle name. If you were born in date 12, then your middle name will be ‘Hyo,’ for instance.

Last number of your year birthdate = last part of your full name

For female:

last number of year for female in korean
last number of year for female in korean - Korea Diaries

If you are female and born in 1996 or 2006, then your last name would be ‘Mi,’ like Seo Dal Mi, the heartstopper female lead in Start-up kdrama!

As for the third syllable

For male:

last number of year for male
last number of year for male

If you are male and born in 1998 or 2008, then your last name would be ‘Bin’ (as handsome as Kim Hyun Bin?)

How is it? Did you find your perfect Korean name? If you are still not satisfied with how your Korean name rings in your ear, or if you want to find a much easier way to create your Korean name, you might want to try Korean Name Generator! This name generator will provide you with an easy instruction to create your own Korean name, based on your gender and birthday date. With just simple clicks, your Korean name will be ready for you.

Although you might find a completely different name with the name generator, worry not! You just need to choose the one that you adore more. Since either way, both names are created from your real birth date.

So, how does your Korean name sounds to you? Ready to grab passport and fly to Korea?