Baek

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Baek
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Baek, Baik
McCune–Reischauer Paek, Paik

Baek, also often spelled Paek, Baik or Paik, is a common Korean family name. As of 2000, there were 351,275 people by this surname in South Korea. In addition, the meaning of Baek can mean either one hundred, or the color white.

白/existence[edit]

白(Bai) is pronounced "Baek" in Korean. The name has a Cantonese origin from the Yuan dynasty and Goryeo dynasty.

苩/extinction[edit]

Some Baekje refugees from the late Silla age had this surname.

  • Paik Ga(苩加), Mahan ruler
  • Paik Yong(苩龍), Silla general
  • Paik Ki(苩奇), Baekje general
  • Paik Ga(苩加), Baekje painter

List of famous Baeks[edit]

Baek
Paek
Paik

See also[edit]