[Korean Pronunciation Guide] 권지용, 동영배 [G-Dragon, Taeyang]

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If you are curious how to pronounce the real names of G-Dragon and Taeyang, here’s our Korean Pronunciation Guide lesson on it!

권지용 [gwon-ji-yong] = 지드래곤 / G-Dragon
동영배 [dong-yeong-bae] = 태양 / Taeyang

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[Korean Pronunciation Guide] 권지용, 동영배 [G-Dragon, Taeyang]
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  • Alexandre

    The ji part seems to be used a lot in both boy and girl korean name,
    It’s probably not the same chinese letter every time.
    Is it possible to know how many hanja pronounced ji are used in first name and what they mean?

    • Grace in Wonderland

      ji has several meanings, but mostly, ji means wisdom

  • Ester

    안녕하세요 ^^
    I wanted to thank the people from ttmik for this awesome site, and I think that you don’t check the comments at the lessons from 3 years ago, so I decided to write it here 😛
    I wanted to learn a little bit of Korean (mostly basic) and some people recommended this site, so I decided to follow the lessons. I’m now at level 1 lesson 19, but think that you can really learn A LOT and really fast, thanks to this site. So now I’m really motivated to learn Korean 😀 So.. 정말 감사합니다!!!

  • Juliet

    It’s so ironic how I love the two (esp. G-dragon)!!! Thanks TTMK! ;D

  • Flora

    TTMIK 선생들은 이 웹사이트를 만들어서 정말 감사합니다
    It’s really strange that i cannot watch your vedio
    If possible,could you feel free to send me this Pronunciation Guide by e-mail
    Look forward for your reply^>^
    수고 하셨습니다.

  • Sheng

    Love it! BIGBANG 4EVER!

    Giyongchy is the King! 미치GO!

    -V.I.P. 😛

  • Hana


    I would like to ask about a pronuntiation rule I came across recently and that has made me little confused. It´s about inserting the ㄴ in pronuntiation when the first syllable ends in a consonant and the second begins with 이 ( or 야, 여, 요, 유, 얘, 예). As in sentence:

    신문 읽어요. pronounced as 신문닐거요.

    How do I pronounce e.g.:

    제 고백입니다.

    고배깁니다 or also inserting ㄴ and adjusting to 고뱅닙니다.

    I thought that it´s used only in separate words in sentences when pronounced together but than I found it also in expressions like: 꽃잎 or 늦여름.

    Thanks for any explanation and also your great job on TTIMIK.

    • Regarding 제 고백입니다, it sounds like [제 고배깁니다]. Well, I think it will be better to make a lesson of linking pronounce.