Korean Terms of Endearment - Cute Nicknames and Sweet Terms (2023)

Do you know the Korean terms of endearment for your loved one? In Korea, it’s quite common for people to use words like “honey” and “babe” to refer to their significant other, rather than using their name.

Here is a list of the most common Korean terms of endearment you can use for the one you love.

  • Jagiya (자기야) – “Honey” or “Baby”
  • Nae sarang (내 사랑) – “My Love”
  • Yeobo (여보) – “Honey” or “Darling”
  • Aein (애인) – “Sweetheart”
  • Aegiya (애기야) – “Baby”
  • Naekkeo (내꺼) – “Mine” or “My Sweetheart”
  • Gongjunim (공주님) – “Princess”
  • Wangjanim (왕자님) – “Prince”
  • Oppa (오빠) – “Older Brother” (from younger female)
  • Seobangnim (서방님) – “Husband”

If you’re learning Korean, married to a Korean, or just want to talk cute to your boyfriend or girlfriend, then you’ll want to know these Korean terms of endearment. Read on to get example sentences for each of the romantic terms, as well as audio to practice your speaking.

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Do you want a downloadable list of these romantic terms? We have a free PDF resource for you here:

Ten Words of Endearment That You Should Use

All of the Korean terms of endearment below will be in Hangeul (Korean Alphabet) with romanized English next to it. We recommend learning the Korean alphabet so you can learn these terms faster and have accurate pronunciation.

Being able to read the Korean alphabet will help you retain the core Korean words you should learn first. It will also improve your overall Korean language learning plan.


  • 1 1. Jagiya (자기야) – “Honey” or “Baby”
  • 2 2. Nae sarang (내 사랑) – “My Love”
  • 3 3. Yeobo (여보) – “Honey” or “Darling”
  • 4 4. Aein (애인) – “Sweetheart”
  • 5 5. Aegiya (애기야) – “Baby”
  • 6 6. Naekkeo (내꺼) – “Mine” or “My Sweetheart”
  • 7 7. Gongjunim (공주님) – “Princess”
  • 8 8. Wangjanim (왕자님) – “Prince”
  • 9 9. Oppa (오빠) – “Older Brother” (from younger female)
  • 10 10. Seobangnim (서방님) – “Husband”
  • 11 11. [name] + 엄마 (eomma) – “[name]’s mother”
  • 12 12. [name] + 아빠 (appa) – “[name]’s father”
  • 13 How to talk about your partner with others?
  • 14 What do you call your boyfriend in Korean?
  • 15 What do you call your Korean girlfriend?
  • 16 “My love” in Korean
  • 17 “Baby” in Korean
  • 18 “Darling” in Korean
  • 19 “Sweetheart” in Korean
  • 20 “Girlfriend” in Korean
  • 21 “Boyfriend” in Korean
  • 22 Korean Nicknames
    • 22.1 Cute Korean nicknames
  • 23 Wrap Up

Ten Words of Endearment That You Should Use

Earlier, we gave you a quick list of the common Korean terms of endearment you can use for calling someone special to you or your better half. This time we’ll be digging deeper into these terms of endearment. These terms of endearment can sound familiar to you as these are the languages you’ll commonly hear in romantic Korean dramas. Below, we’ll discuss how each of the Korean words or terms can be used, and we’ll also give examples.

1. Jagiya (자기야) – “Honey” or “Baby”

Perhaps the most popular of the Korean terms of love between couples, it means “honey,” “darling,” or “baby,” which you’ll often hear among couples in K-dramas. You can also just shorten it to 자기 (jagi). Use this term along with Korean love phrases. It’s used for both men and women.

Example Sentences:

자기야, 사랑해. → I love you, darling.

(jagiya, saranghae.)

미안해, 자기야. 용서해줘. → I’m sorry, darling. Forgive me.

(mianhae, jagiya. yongseohaejwo.)

2. Nae sarang (내 사랑) – “My Love”

This term of endearment can directly be translated as “my love.” It is similar to 자기야 (jagiya) with how couples use it. This term is used with both males and females.

Example Sentences:

잘 가요, 내 사랑. → Goodbye, my love.

(jal gayo, nae sarang)

그는 하나뿐인 내 사랑이에요. → He is my only love.

(geuneun hanappunin nae sarangieyo.)

3. Yeobo (여보) – “Honey” or “Darling”

This translates as “honey” or “darling”. It is used exclusively between married couples. You may have heard of this term from a husband or wife in Korean dramas. This term can be used for both men and women.

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Example Sentences:

여보, 생일 축하해. → Happy birthday, honey.

(yeobo, saengnil chukahae)

여보, 괜찮아? → Are you okay, honey?

(yeobo, gwaenchana?)

4. Aein (애인) – “Sweetheart”

“Sweetheart” is the closest translation for this term of endearment. 애인 (ae in | sweetheart) is gender-neutral. This means anyone can use 애인 (ae in | sweetheart) with their partner or when referring to someone’s partner.

Example Sentences:

애인 있어요? → Do you have a sweetheart?

(aein isseoyo?)

애인 없어요. → I don’t have a sweetheart.

(aein eopseoyo.)

나는 애인을 기다려요.→ I’m waiting for my sweetheart.

(naneun aeineul gidaryeoyo)

나는 애인하고 여행해요. → I travel with my lover.

(naneun aeinhago yeohaenghaeyo)

5. Aegiya (애기야) – “Baby”

The word 애기 (aegi) is a cute way of saying 아기 (agi), which means “baby. This Korean term is used as a sweet way of saying “baby”.

Example Sentences:

애기야 뭐 먹을까? → What shall we eat baby?

(aegiya mwo meogeulkka?)

아이구 우리 애기~ → Oh my god, my baby ~

(aigu uri aegi~)

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6. Naekkeo (내꺼) – “Mine” or “My Sweetheart”

You could translate this term of love as “mine” or “my sweetheart”. It’s an extra cute way of talking. You can also use 이름 + 꺼 (name + kkeo), meaning “mine”.

Example Sentences:

내꺼~ 지금 어디에요? → My (sweetheart), where are you now?

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(naekkeo~ jigeum eodieyo?)

우리 남친 누구? 내꺼! → My boyfriend, whose boyfriend are you? Mine!

(uri namchin nugukkeo? naekkeo!)

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7. Gongjunim (공주님) – “Princess”

“Princess” is a term of endearment a man can use when speaking with his girlfriend. The word 공주(gongju) means princess, and the 님 (nim) part is a formal title. It’s similar to referring to your girlfriend as if she’s royalty.

Example Sentences:

우리 공주님을 위해서라면 무엇이든. → Anything for my princess.

(uri gongjunimeul wihaeseoramyeon mueosideun)

오늘따라 예뻐 보여요 공주님. → You look pretty today, princess.

(oneulttara yeppeo boyeoyo gongjunim)

8. Wangjanim (왕자님) – “Prince”

Like princess for women, “prince” or “prince charming” is what some girls and women may use with their boyfriends. The 님 (nim) suffix is used as a title of respect. Even if the couple talks formally to each other, the 님 (nim) suffix makes the term seem more kind and caring.

Example Sentences:

당신은 나의 왕자님이에요. → You are my prince.

(dangsineun naui wangjanimieyo)

우리 왕자님, 너무 멋져 보여요. → You look so cool, my prince.

(uri wangjanim, neomu meotjyeo boyeoyo)

9. Oppa (오빠) – “Older Brother” (from younger female)

Although the literal translation for this word is “brother”, it has deeper meaning. 오빠 (oppa) is also a common term for girls and women to use with their boyfriends and husbands. The term, 오빠 (oppa), is used both directly with your partner and when talking about him to others.

When saying this term, be sure to add in some aegyo for additional cuteness!

Example Sentences:

오빠가 있어서 든든해. → I feel safe/secure to have you.

(oppaga isseoseo deundeunhae.)

오빠가 보고 싶어요. → I miss you.

(oppaga bogo sipeoyo.)

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10. Seobangnim (서방님) – “Husband”

Or 서방 (seobang) more informally, this term simply translates as “husband”. It’s a common term used in the world of married couples. It has deep historical roots in Korean, although you’ll perhaps hear it more for sons-in-law than husbands in modern-day Korea.

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Example Sentences:

서방님, 집에 일찍 들어오세요. → (Husband) Please come home early.

(seobangnim, jibe iljjik deureooseyo.)

서방님, 식사하세요. → (Husband) Please eat, your meal is ready.

(seobangnim, siksahaseyo.)

11. [name] + 엄마 (eomma) – “[name]’s mother”

Once a couple has kids, they occasionally start addressing each other as their child’s mom or dad. You should use the name of the child in place of the [name]. It’s meant to be a bit cute but also practical. These terms of endearment could also be used by people outside of the immediate family.

Example Sentence:

영수 엄마는 선생님이에요. → Youngsoo’s mom is a teacher.

(yeongsu eommaneun seonsaengnimieyo.)

12. [name] + 아빠 (appa) – “[name]’s father”

This is the same as the term for mom, except used to refer to fathers.

Example Sentence:

지수 아빠는 소방관이에요. → Jisoo’s dad is a firefighter.

(jisu appaneun sobanggwanieyo.)

If you want to learn how to build your own Korean sentences with these terms, our resource on Korean sentence structure can help you with that.

Ten Words of Endearment That You Should Use

How to talk about your partner with others?

You wouldn’t use most of the above terms of endearment when talking about your partner. Instead, you’d simply call them “husband” (남편| nampyeon), “wife” (아내 | anae / 와이프 | waipeu), “boyfriend” (남친 | namchin) and “girlfriend” (여친 | yeochin).

What do you call your boyfriend in Korean?

This is really a personal call, so you might want to try calling him a few names with your boyfriend to see what he likes. Some potential names or Korean words you’d like to use are 왕자님 (wangjanim)”, 오빠 (oppa), 자기야 (jagiya), 내 사랑 (nae sarang), or 여보 (yeobo). Alternatively, you can come up with your own cute Korean nickname if you prefer calling him pet names like baby boo, honey bunny, papa bear, or even boo bear!

What do you call your Korean girlfriend?

Just like with your lover boy Korean boyfriend, you’ll also want to try calling your Korean girlfriend by different cute nicknames to see how she reacts. You might have already tried sugar pie, honey bun, cutie pie, or gummy bear. Some possible names are 내 사랑 (nae sarang), 여보 (yeobo), 자기야 (jagiya), 공주님 (gonjunim), or 내꺼 (naekkeo). Give them a try and see which one she likes best.

“My love” in Korean

The phrase “my love” in Korean can be expressed as 내 사랑 (nae sarang). You can use this as a term of endearment to your significant other.

This phrase is made up of 2 Korean words: 내 (nae) and 사랑 (sarang). 내 means “my” and 사랑 (sarang) means “love.”

“Baby” in Korean

There are a few ways to say “baby” in Korean. You can say 아기 (a-gi) for the word “baby.” This word can also be used when referring to baby animals.

애기 (aegi) is another word you can use for “baby.” This is a cute way to express the word.

아가 (aga), on the other hand, is also a word for baby. However, this is usually used when you’re calling the baby’s attention.

베이비 (be-i-bi) is also a word used for the word “baby” in Korean.

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“Darling” in Korean

The word “darling” in Korean can be expressed in a number of ways. You can call your significant other “darling” with 여보 (yeobo) or 자기 (jagi).

For example:

여보, 무슨 일이에요? (yeobo, museun irieyo?)

What’s the matter, darling?

걱정하지 마, 자기. (geokjeonghaji ma, jagi.)

Don’t worry, darling.

You can also use 사랑하는 (saranghaneun) to call someone special as darling.

For example:

내 사랑하는 딸. (nae saranghaneun ttal.)

My darling daughter.

나의 사랑하는 사람. (naui saranghaneun saram.)

My little darling.

“Sweetheart” in Korean

There are two words you can use to express sweetheart in Korean. The first word is 애인 (aein) and the second word is 연인 (yeonin).

Both 애인 (aein) and 연인 (yeonin) can also be used for “lover.”

For example:

얼마전에 애인이 생겼어요. (eolmajeone aeini saenggyeosseoyo.)

I just got a lover/sweetheart.

우리는 연인 사이다. (urineun yeonin saida.)

We are lovers/sweethearts.

“Girlfriend” in Korean

Girlfriend in Korean is 여자 친구 (yeoja chingu). You can learn more about this word in the article “How to Say “Girlfriend” in Korean

“Boyfriend” in Korean

Boyfriend in Korean is 남자 친구 (namja chingu). You can read the article “How to Say ‘Boyfriend’ in Korean” to learn more about this word.

Korean Nicknames

There are several common Korean nicknames commonly used in South Korea that you can also use for your spouse or significant other. There are cute, cool, unique, and creative Korean nicknames you can use.

Some of them are listed below:

  • 해바라기 (haebaragi) – sunflower
  • 나비 (nabi) – butterfly
  • 하루 (haru) – a day
  • 애라 (aera) – love

Cute Korean nicknames

For cute nicknames that you want to address your significant other with, some popular nicknames are 자기야 (jagiya), 내 사랑 (nae sarang), 여보 (yeobo), and 애기야 (aegiya). You can also come up with your own nickname based on experiences you have with your special someone or combine them with nicknames like lovey-dovey, love bug, or cutie patootie.

If you liked these Korean nicknames, you may want to check out our page on Korean love phrases. It’s a great companion to use with the words you learned here.We also have a structuredonline Korean course that will teach you how to hold a 3-minute Korean conversation with your loved ones in the first 90 days.

One fantastic reason for learning Korean is that you can impress your significant other by calling them by these Korean terms of endearment. It’s a wonderful way to feel even closer to that special someone.

Wrap Up

Now that you’ve learned these Korean terms of endearment, you can shine by showing your significant other what you know! Listen to these Korean terms of endearment in Korean movies and dramas, and you may find yourself relying less and less on subtitles.

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Let us know in the comments which of these Korean nicknames you’ll be the most excited to use!

Ten Words of Endearment That You Should Use


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What are Korean words for darling? ›

And if you feel love, then you can use “여보 – yeobo” (honey) or “자기야 – Jagiya” (darling).

What is BAE called in Korean? ›

Bae (surname)
Revised RomanizationBae

What do Koreans call their crush? ›

There are two words you can use to express sweetheart in Korean. The first word is 애인 (aein) and the second word is 연인 (yeonin). Both 애인 (aein) and 연인 (yeonin) can also be used for “lover.”

What is Korean slang for BF? ›

Korean Love Words And Terms For Endearment
English TranslationKoreanPronunciation
boyfriend or girlfriend애인aein
secret crush짝사랑jjaksarang
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What does San Bae mean in Korean? ›

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You can say “kiss” in Korean as 키스 (khiseu). This is a Korean loan word from English. This means that it's a word you'll remember and be ready to use in no time! Not to mention how difficult it'll be to forget the word!

What is Korean slang for flirting? ›

The Korean word for “flirt” is 바람둥이 (baramdungi). This is the right word when you wanna use it as a noun. On the other hand, 추파를 던지다 (chupareul deonjida) is the Korean word that you can use for the verb “flirting”.

What is Korean slang for baby? ›

“Baby” in Korean as an endearment

The fourth word for “baby” is 베이비 (beibi). With how it is pronounced (be-i-bi), it's definitely easy to remember. This is the Konglish way to say “baby” in the Korean language. You can use this to refer to babies, as well as a term of endearment.

What is the Korean word for inlove? ›

“In love” – 사랑에 빠진 (sarang-e ppajin)

What is the Korean term of love? ›

The Korean word for love is 사랑 (sarang). This is why when you say “I love you” to someone, you'll say 사랑해요 (saranghaeyo) or 나는 너를 사랑해 (naneun neoreul saranghae).

How do you say I love you in Korean cutely? ›

How to say I love you in Korean
  1. 사랑해 (saranghae) = I love you (casual)
  2. 사랑행 (saranghaeng) = I love you (cute, casual)
  3. 사랑해용 (saranghaeyong) = I love you (more polite)
  4. 사랑합니다 (sarang-hamnida) = I love you (formal)
  5. 나도 사랑해 (nado saranghae) = I love you too!
  6. 내 사랑 (nae sarang) = my love.
  7. 나는 다른 사람을 사랑하고 있어요 = I love someone else.
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The character literally means barn swallow. According to the 2015 census, 20 people had this surname.

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In Hebrew Baby Names the meaning of the name Chagiya is: Festival.

What is a sweet endearment in Korean? ›

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How do Koreans flirt? ›

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Romantic nicknames for your boyfriend
  • My Sweet Love.
  • Love of My Life.
  • Heart's Dearest.
  • Dear.
  • My Whole Heart.
  • Dreamboat.
  • Lover.
  • Lovely.
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What is BJ Korean slang? ›

BJ is a Korean term, meaning "Broadcast Jockey".

What does Yobo mean in Korean? ›

In Korean, 여보 (yeobo) means “honey.” However, this word is commonly used for married couples or at least engaged couples who intend to marry. You might have heard this term in K-dramas before. You can listen to the audio clip below for its right pronunciation. Listen here: Yeobo (여보)

What does Bora Hai mean in Korean? ›

The term in question was coined in a 2016 concert by one of the group members, V (Kim Taehyung). He explained that borahae, meaning “I Purple You", signifies “I'll love you till the end of days," since purple (violet) is the color at the end of the rainbow band.

What does jal ga yo mean in Korean? ›

잘 자요 • (jal jayo) good night.

What is a Hoobae? ›

Sunbae/Hoobae: This is similar to the previous one. Basically "sunbae" is a senior, so you would use this for people who are in higher grades than you at school or people who have more experience than you at work. " Hoobae" is the opposite, meant for juniors.

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In Korea, this type of physical affection between those of the same gender is common in a non-romantic context. Friends can be seen very comfortably sitting in each other's laps, stroking each other's hands and arms, holding hands, putting their arms around each other's shoulders and hugging.

What does po po mean in Korean? ›

뽀뽀 • (ppoppo) a kiss; smooch; peck (non-romantic) quotations ▼synonyms ▲ Synonyms: 키스 (kiseu, “romantic kiss”), 입맞춤 (immatchum)

Is kissing in public ok in Korea? ›

In South Korea, passionate kisses and lingering hugs are considered tacky and inappropriate when they occur in public. Rather, they're seen as special, romantic moments that should be shared with your partner in a private setting.

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What is the sweetest name to call your girlfriend? ›

Sweet Nicknames for Girlfriends and Wives
  • Babe.
  • Love.
  • Beautiful.
  • Princess.
  • Buttercup.
  • Cutie pie.
  • Dream girl.
  • Love bug.
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What is the most beautiful name in Korean?
  • Ara: Meaning “be beautiful and good”.
  • Areum: Meaning “beauty”.
  • Cho: Meaning “beautiful”.
  • Cho-Hee: Meaning “beautiful and happy”.
  • Hwa-Young: Meaning “beautiful flower”.
  • Ju-Won: Meaning “beautiful woman”.
  • Kyung-Mi: Meaning “shining beauty”.
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What is honey in Korean endearment? ›

여보 (yeo-bo) — honey or darling

Used since time immemorial, 여보 or yeobo is also one of the most famous Korean terms of endearment. It translates to honey or darling and is used exclusively between married couples.

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How to say I love you in Korean
  1. 사랑해 (saranghae) = I love you (casual)
  2. 사랑행 (saranghaeng) = I love you (cute, casual)
  3. 사랑해용 (saranghaeyong) = I love you (more polite)
  4. 사랑합니다 (sarang-hamnida) = I love you (formal)
  5. 나도 사랑해 (nado saranghae) = I love you too!
  6. 내 사랑 (nae sarang) = my love.
  7. 나는 다른 사람을 사랑하고 있어요 = I love someone else.
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2. “You are beautiful.”
  1. 예쁘세요. (yeppeuseyo.) [formal]
  2. 예쁘다. (yeppeuda.) [informal]
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Using a kinship term: 언니 (eonni, "older sister" if speaker is female), 누나 (nuna, "older sister" if speaker is male), 오빠 (oppa, "older brother" if speaker is female), 형 (hyeong, "older brother" if speaker is male), 아줌마 (ajumma, "middle-aged woman"), 아주머니 (ajumeoni, also "middle aged woman" but more polite), 아저씨 (ajeossi ...


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