Does nobody care if a Korean living in the USA has an entire non-Western name or a western first and middle name together?
When you answer, can you give me an explanation?
- 3 months ago
Most korean people prefer having an American or English name, in fact, most korean kids even choose out a English name before the 7th grade! I guess it could be hard for the person, but, Americans might get used to it over time if more korean named humans come.
- pmt853Lv 73 months ago
I certainly don't care. Why would I care? Why would you care?
- AndrewLv 74 months ago
Hi, Ben. Nobody cares, unless they have to actually interact with that person on a regular basis, and even then, it's not as though any of us have control over what other people want to call themselves. I trust the answers you received will be satisfactory enough for you so that you will not be compelled to ask this same question again, as you have already posted it several times in several different categories.
- AmbistomaLv 74 months ago
Korean names are short & easy to pronounce, so few care. (The problem is that nobody will know from your name which gender you are.) If you were Indonesian, on the other hand...
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- FoofaLv 74 months ago
No one cares where I live. But I suppose there might be some parts of the US where people aren't familiar with common Korean names.
- W.T. DoorLv 74 months ago
No one cares. However, all of the Asians I know have chosen a western first name as a nickname because it's easier.
- As Mad As BirdsLv 74 months ago
b) Somebody cares, I'm sure ...but I don't. Some Korean names are really difficult for me to pronounce, though.