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Hae won

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Hangul  해원
McCune–Reischauer  Haewŏn
Revised Romanization  Haewon
Hanja  海元, 海媛, 海瑗, 海遠, and others

Hae-won (/hɛ̝wʌ̹n/) is a Korean unisex given name. Its meaning depends on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 23 hanja with the reading "hae" and 35 hanja with the reading "won" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.

People with this name include:

  • Yi Hae-won (born 1919), princess and descendant of the Korean Imperial Household
  • Chung Hae-won (born 1959), South Korean male football striker and coach (K-League Classic)
  • Kim Hae-won (born 1986), South Korean male football defender (K-League Classic)
  • Jung Haewon (born 1991), South Korean male singer, member of boyband X-5
  • Yoo Hae-won (born 1992), South Korean female badminton player
  • Haewon Song, South Korean female pianist
  • Hae-Won Kim, editor-in-chief of the Journal of Tissue Engineering
  • Hae-Won Lee, illustrator of manga such as Koimoku
  • Hae Won Shin, actress, cinematographer and producer of Scott Shaw films
  • Fictional characters with this name include:

  • Ban Hae-won, in 2004 South Korean film Temptation of Wolves
  • Park Hae-won, in 2006 South Korean television series One Fine Day
  • Hae-won, in 2010 South Korean film Bedevilled
  • Kim Hae-won, in 2010 South Korean film Acoustic
  • Haewon, in 2013 South Korean film Nobody's Daughter Haewon
  • Eun Hae-won, in 2013 South Korean film Steel Cold Winter
  • Cha Hae-won, in 2014 South Korean television series Wonderful Days
  • Hae Won, in 2015 American film The Nest
  • References

    Hae-won Wikipedia


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