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Korean name: Quiz


Question 1: ________
Supreme Court of South KoreaArticle 809 of the Korean Civil CodeCulture of KoreaConstitutional Court of Korea

Question 2: Despite this trend away from traditional practice, people's names are still recorded in both ________ and hanja (if available) on official documents, in family genealogies, and so on.
AlphabetBrāhmī scriptHangulHebrew alphabet

Question 3: In the ________, 'ireum' or 'seong-myeong' usually refers to the family name (seong) and given name (ireum in a narrow sense) together.
Zainichi Korean languageKoryo-marKorean languageKorean dialects

Question 4: For a brief period after the Mongol invasion of Korea during the ________, Korean kings and aristocrats had both Mongolian and Sino-Korean names.
BalhaeGoryeoGoguryeoJoseon Dynasty

Question 5: A complex system, including courtesy names and pen names as well as posthumous names and childhood names, arose out of ________ tradition.
Han DynastyConfucianismConfuciusChinese philosophy

Question 6: A Korean name consists of a family name followed by a given name, as used by the ________ in both North Korea and South Korea.
Koryo-saramKorean diasporaKoreansKoreatown

Question 7: During the Three Kingdoms period, native given names were sometimes composed of three syllables like Misaheun (미사흔) and Sadaham (사다함), which were later transcribed into ________ (未斯欣, 斯多含).
Chinese characterRegular scriptKanjiHanja

Question 8: For example, the native Korean name of Yeon Gaesomun (연개소문; 淵蓋蘇文), the first Grand Prime Minister of ________, can linguistically be reconstructed as "Eol Kasum" (/*älkasum/).
BalhaeBuyeo kingdomGoguryeoGojoseon

Question 9: The generational name syllable is shared by siblings in ________, and by all members of the same generation of an extended family in South Korea.
VietnamKorean People's NavyNorth KoreaKorean Peninsula

Question 10: For men of yangban rank, a complex system of alternate names had developed by the ________.
Korean EmpireJoseon DynastyKoreaKorea under Japanese rule

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