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80 Beautiful Korean Names for Your Baby Girl

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Are you looking for a Korean name for your daughter? Here are 80 of the most beautiful and popular ones!

Korea is a country with a rich culture. Despite influences from countries like China and Japan, Korean culture still stands out as a unique culture on their own. Along with their culture comes a variety of names that reflect the traits and characteristics Korean parents would like to imbue upon their daughters.

As with most other cultures, Korean names for girls are centered around positive traits such as beauty, purity, and goodness. In this list you’ll find many names with these meanings. However, since Korean names are often two-syllable names, these common positive traits are often combined with other things, as you will see in the examples below.

Ae-Cha means “a loving daughter”

Bong-Cha means “the ultimate girl”

Chin-Sun means “the one who seeks truth and goodness in everything” and “truth and goodness”

Choon-Hee means “a girl born in spring.”



Chun-Hei means “justice and grace”

Chun-Ja comes from the Sino-Korean chun meaning “spring” and ja meaning “child”. Chun-ja was the tenth-most popular name for Korean girls born in 1940. The same characters can be read Haruko in Japanese. It is one of a number of Japanese-style names ending in ja that were popular when Korea was under Japanese rule, but declined in popularity afterwards.

Cheung-Cha means “noble” and “daughter”

Chung-Cha means “A righteous and chaste girl”

Da means “to attain”

Dae means “the great one; shining”

Eui means “righteousness”

Eun means “silver”



Eun Ae means “grace with love”

Eun-Byul comes from the Sino-Korean eun meaning “silver” or eun meaning “grace, favor, gratitude” combined with the native Korean word 별 (byeol) meaning “star”“

Eun-Hui comes from the Sino-Korean eun meaning “silver,” “kindness, mercy, charity,” or “many, great; abundant, flourishing,” and hui meaning “beauty,” “dim light, glimmer; warm, bright” or “joy, gladness, delight.”

Eun Jung means “grace and affection”

Eun-Kyung means “a graceful gem.”

Ga-Yeon means comes from the Sino-Korean ga meaning “good, auspicious; beautiful; delightful” and yeon meaning “beautiful, graceful”

Gi means “one who is brave”

Geun-Hye comes from the Sino-Korean geun meaning “hibiscus” and hye meaning “favor, benefit, confer kindness”. A famous bearer is South Korean president Park Geun-hye (1952-).

Ha-Eun comes from the Sino-Korean ha meaning “summer; great, grand, big” and eun meaning “kindness, mercy, charity”. The first syllable can also come from 하나님 (Hana-nim), the Korean name for God, for meanings like “God’s grace”.”

Ha-Yoon was the 5th most popular name for newborn girls in Korea in 2015. Famous bearers of this name include actress Song Ha-yoon, and Lee Ha-Yoon from the girl band Brave Girls.”

Hae means “girl who is like an ocean”

Hae-Won means “raceful and beautiful garden.”

Hee-Young means “joy and prosperity” and “a girl who brings joy and prosperity wherever she goes.”

Hei Ryung means “grace and brightness”

Hei-Ran means “a graceful orchid.”

Ho-Sook means “a clear lake.”

Hwa-Young means “a beautiful flower”

Hye-Ja comes from the Sino-Korean hye meaning “favor, benefit, confer kindness” and ja meaning “child”. The same characters can be read Keiko in Japanese. Hye-ja is one of a number of Japanese-style names ending in ja that were popular when Korea was under Japanese rule, but declined in popularity afterwards. A famous bearer is South Korean singer Patti Kim, born Kim Hye-ja (1938-).”

Hyo means “one with a filial duty”

Hyo-Sonn means “one who is filial and gentle.”

Hyun means “bright or “intelligent”

Hyun-Jae means “wise and respect”

Hyun-Ae means “loving and clear.”

Hyun-Ok means “a wise and beautiful pearl.”

Jae-Hwa means “respect and beauty” and “one who is rich and prosperous”

Jee means “to know or the wisdom”

Jin-Ae means “truth, treasure and love”

Jin-Kyong means “truth, treasure and brightness”

Ji-Woo can mean “sesame” or “will, purpose, ambition,” and woo can mean “rain” or “house, eaves, universe.” While a unisex name, Ju-Woo was the eighth most popular baby name for girls in South Korea in 2008. It eventually rose to 5th place in 2011, and 3rd place in 2013 and 2015.”

Kyung-Mi means “hHonored and beauty”

Kyung-Soon means “honored and mild”

Kyung-Hu means “girl in the capital”

Mi-Cha means “beautiful daughter”

Mi-Kyong means “beauty and brightness”

Mi-Sun means “beauty and goodness”

Mi-Young means “everlasting beauty”

Mi-Cha means “a beautiful girl”

Mi-hi means “beautiful joy”

Mi-Ok means “beautiful pearl”

Min means “sharp-minded”

Min-Jee means “brightness and wisdom”

Min-Jung means “bright and noble”

Mishil means “a beautiful kingdom” or “an admired dynasty”

Mun-Hee means “an educated and literate girl.”

Myung-Hee means “brightness and pleasure”

Myung-Ok means “a bright pearl”

Sang-Hee means “benevolence and pleasure”

Seo-Yun means “felicitous omen, soft and sleek.” Seo-yun was the most popular name for girls in 2015. A famous bearer of this name is Ji Seo-yun, a South Korean actress.

Seo-Yeon means “felicitous omen, beautiful and graceful.” Seo-Yeon was the most popular name for baby girls in South Korea in 2008 and 2009. It also became a popular new name for adult women who wanted to change their name because they felt their original name was too old-fashioned.

Seo-Hyeon was the 4th most popular baby name for girls in South Korea in 2008, and it became the 3rd most popular in 2009. Famous bearers of this name include singer and actress Seohyun (from Girls Generation), singer Katie Kim, and actress Ahn Seo-hyun.

So-Young means “eternal, beautiful and prosperity”

Soo means “a charitable, kind and noble person”

Soo-Jin means “treasure, excellence and truth”

Soo-Min means “excellence and cleverness”

Soo-Yun means “a perfect lotus flower.”

Sook means “pure nature”

Soon-Bok means “gentle and blessed, one with a gentle soul.”

Sun-Hee means “pleasure and goodness”

Sun-Jung means “Goodness and noble”

Sun-Hi means “one with a good and joyful demeanor.”

Sung means “successor or one on the verge of winning.”

Yon means “lotus blossom”

Yoon means “allow or consent”

Young-Mi means “prosperity, eternal and beautiful”

Young-Il means “the most prosperous of all.”

Young-Soon means “mild and flowery”

Yun means “lotus flower”

Yun-Hee means “lotus flower and pleasure”

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