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Mi kyung

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Hangul  미경
Revised Romanization  Mi-gyeong
Hanja  美京, 美景, and others
McCune–Reischauer  Migyŏng

Mi-kyung, also spelled Mi-gyeong or Mi-gyong, is a Korean feminine given name. It was South Korea's most popular name for baby girls in 1968. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.



There are 33 hanja with the reading "mi" and 54 hanja with the reading "kyung" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. Some ways of writing this name in hanja include:

  • 美京 (아름다울 미 areumdaul mi, 서울 경 seoul gyeong): "beautiful capital city". These characters are also used to write the Japanese given name Miyako.
  • 美景 (아름다울 미 areumdaul mi, 볕 경 byeot gyeong): "beautiful sunshine"
  • People

    People with this name include:

    Artists and writers
  • Jung Mikyung (born 1960), South Korean novelist
  • Yun Mi-kyung (born 1980), South Korean manhwa artist
  • Mikyoung Kim, American landscape architect of Korean descent
  • Entertainers
  • Won Mi-kyung (born 1960), South Korean actress
  • Yang Mi-kyung (born 1961), South Korean actress
  • Sportspeople
  • Lim Mi-kyung (born 1967), South Korean team handball player
  • Lee Mi-kyung (born 1969), South Korean sport shooter
  • Chang Mi-kyung (born 1973), South Korean fencer
  • Chun Mi-kyung (born 1973), South Korean fencer
  • Park Mee-kyung (born 1975), South Korean volleyball player
  • Ri Mi-gyong (born 1990), North Korean table tennis player
  • Kim Mi-gyong (born 1991), North Korean long-distance runner
  • Choe Mi-gyong (born 1991), North Korean football player
  • Lee Mi-gyeong (born 1991), South Korean handball player
  • References

    Mi-kyung Wikipedia

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