Can someone help me write my name in Korean? Hello, I am learning Korean and I came across a phrase "what's your name?" and realized I don't know how to write my name in Korean. I was also wondering if English speakers adopt Korean names when in Korea just like some adopt easier to speak English names for example if they are in the US. Thank you! Sophia (So-fee-uh) Rose Mangiaracina (Man-gee-air-uh-see-nah)
Oct 29, 2017 4:21 AM
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Different people will "spell out" foreign names differently in Korean but I would write like this. 1) Sophia (So-fee-uh) --> 소피아 2) Rose --> 로즈 3) Mangiaracina (Man-gee-air-uh-see-nah) --> 만기아라시나
October 29, 2017
You can just say 소피아, as others below mentioned already :)
October 29, 2017
소피아// 로스// 맨기아라시나 sophia//rose//mangiaracina
October 29, 2017
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