In thinkzone.wlonk.com, they have this list of English names and their equivalent Korean characters. The one who made this list said that this list is not official but he tried his best to spell the names in Hangul. Boys and girls’ names are mixed up in alphabetical order. Since I believe most of us, k-addicts, are girls and we wish to spell our names in Korean… I chose to list only girls names. I was the one who romanize the korean characters, here. If you want to see the Thinkzone’s list of English names in Korean please click here. Koreans don’t usually end their words in consonants.
Kreah’s replies to requests are below this post.
Farhanna = 파라하나 = Parahanna: There is no letter F in Hangul Alphabet.
Hanna = 한나 = Hanna
Liyana = 리아니 = Liyana
Nicole = 니걸루 / 니걸르= Nikollu
adrea…(is it AE DRI YA?)
Adrea = 애두리야 / 애드리야 = aeduriya
atikah = 아티가 = a-ti-ka (I am not really sure about this because when ? is followed by an ?, the Romanization is usually TSI, so it will be like A-TSI-KA)
(So I made another one….) 아다가= atika (since ? is sometimes romanized as T)
brynyl = 브리닐 = beu-ri-nil (they don’t attach R with B) or this would most likely be브리닐르 = beu-ri-nil-lu
Pauline = 퍼린 = Pol-lin
Aqilah = 아길라 = A-KIL-LA
Gillian = 길리얀 = Gil-li-yan
Sammiie = 사미= Sami
or Samantha = 사만타 = Samanta
for Jinrey…the vertical line was just the mouse cursor when I print screen the file.
For Trixia, I added Trish in this list. It is romanized as Turishui. Just check it out below.
The next batch… sorry I was busy.