. "Qin" is the hanyu pinyin romanization of the surname for Mandarin, the common dialect of China; other romanizations of the surname include Chin and Jin in Mandarin, Ceon and Cheun in Cantonese, and Tần (or Tan when commonly written without accent in ASCII) in Vietnamese.
Jin is the Hanyu pinyin transliteration of a number of Chinese surnames. The most common one, Jīn 金, literally means "gold" and is 29th in the list of "Hundred Family Surnames". As of 2006, it is ranked the 64th most common Chinese surname and is sometimes transliterated as Chin.
Jang, Chang and (less often) Zang are romanizations of the common Korean surname 장. As of the South Korean census of 2015, there were 1,021,107 people by this name in South Korea or 2.05% of the population.
Jeon Jungkook's name is spelt in Hangul as 전정국. The Hanja version is 田柾國. It seems his name was given by his grandfather who is no more. He said he does not know the exact meaning but it like 'pillar of a nation'. Given that millions identify South Korea with BTS, his little boy is surely national pride.
Qín ([tɕʰǐn]) (秦) is a common Chinese surname. "Qin" is the hanyu pinyin romanization of the surname for Mandarin, the common dialect of China; other romanizations of the surname include Chin and Jin in Mandarin, Ceon and Cheun in Cantonese, and Tần (or Tan when commonly written without accent in ASCII) in Vietnamese.
Jin and his "BRIDE TO BE" have chosen the The Glass Gardens at Chapel of the Flowers. He said he wanted to feel like he was outdoors because we all know of his love of Fishing, and he is about to REEL his bride in to share their first kiss as husband and wife.
Kim or Gim (Hangul: 김) is the most common surname in Korea. As of the South Korean census of 2015, there were 10,689,959 people by this name in South Korea or 21.5% of the population. Kim is written as 김 (gim) in both North and South Korea. The hanja for Kim, 金 can also be transliterated as 금 (geum) which means "metal, ...
Let's say someone was born in the year 1993, and the current year is 2019. In that case, the basic way of calculating their Korean age would look like this: Korean age = (2019 - 1993) + 1 = 27 . In the Western system, someone born in 1993 will be 26 years old in 2019.
Popular Korean girl names include; Ae-Cha which means love and laughter, Mi-Cha meaning a beautiful girl, Mi Hi meaning beautiful joy, Eun Kyung which means graceful gem, Kyung Mi means beauty and honor, Mi Young or Young-Mi meaning eternal beauties.