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Staci is a writer living in Atlanta, Georgia. When not writing, she spends most of her time trying to keep up with her four rescue cats and Australian shepherd puppy.
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The 50 Best Korean Dog Names

Staci
Aug 24 ·

Want some great Korean dog names? We have you covered.

It can be hard to find a really awesome name for your dog that’s both unique and seems to fit. Most people want their pup’s name to stand out from a crowd when with their friends, but it’s hard to do this and ensure you’ll always love it. What if you grow to hate it? It’s the name the vet will call at the office when they come to collect you, the name you’ll use for recall all the time. It needs to hold up.

To find a dog name you love, you might want to look at other countries. Exploring different languages and cultures can help you find the perfect name for your pet that you would never have thought of otherwise.

So, what about some Korean dog names? These names won’t be in use by any of your friends, and will stand out as being super original.

Korean Dog Names

Male

korean dog names

These are the best male Korean dog names.

  • Baram (wind)
  • Geun (foundation)
  • Hae (ocean)
  • Soju (a beverage in Korea)
  • Whan (growth)
  • Yeo (gentleness)
  • Seoul (a place name, the capital city)
  • Shin (faith)
  • Misu (a popular drink)
  • Psy (a Korean celebrity)
  • Jung (virtuous)
  • Kwan (strong)
  • Kimchi (a food)
  • Jae (ash)
  • Busan (another place name)
  • Bam (night)
  • Dae (large)
  • Hayan (white)
  • Jakada (small)
  • Jeju (another place name)
  • Joo (a gem)
  • Joo (ruler)
  • Sam (third)
  • Won (origin)
  • So Hui (magnificent)

Female Names

korean dog names

Or, if you want a feminine Korean name, these are beautiful.

  • Areum (beauty)
  • Bada (sea)
  • Chun Ja (spring child)
  • Hana (one)
  • Mee (beauty)
  • Min (smart)
  • Osan (a city name)
  • Soo (kind)
  • Shin (faith)
  • Yuna (endure)
  • Yeppeun (pretty)
  • Mi-Hi (beautiful and happy)
  • Mi Young (eternal beauty)
  • Ji (intelligent)
  • Hye (bright)
  • Haru (day)
  • Hea (elegance)
  • Chingu (friend)
  • Eorini (child)
  • Bitna (shine)
  • Nun-i (snow)
  • Kuri (copper)
  • Haneul (divine)
  • Da-som (love)
  • Chun Hei (justice and grace)

All of these names would be beautiful for your dog, and you should go with your instinct. If you want a typically female name for your male dog or vice versa, don’t be afraid to mix things up!

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Staci
Staci is a writer living in Atlanta, Georgia. When not writing, she spends most of her time trying to keep up with her four rescue cats and Australian shepherd puppy.
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