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Jung-hwan, also spelled Jeong-hwan or Jong-hwan, is a Korean masculine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading " jung" and 21 hanja with the reading " hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.

People with this name include:

  • Kim Jeong-hwan (born 1974), stage name Kim Poong, South Korean actor
  • Shin Jung-hwan (born 1975), South Korean singer and comedian
  • Kim Jung-hwan (born 1990), stage name Eddy Kim, South Korean singer
  • Lee Jung-hwan (born 1992), stage name Sandeul, South Korean singer, main vocalist of B1A4
  • Yoon Jong-hwan (born 1973), South Korean football manager
  • Ahn Jung-hwan (born 1976), South Korean football player
  • Park Jung-hwan (born 1977), South Korean football player
  • Kim Jung-hwan (fencer) (born 1983), South Korean fencer
  • An Jeong-hwan (judoka) (born 1984), South Korean judo practitioner
  • Youm Jung-hwan (1985–2014), South Korean cyclist
  • Shin Jung-hwan (footballer) (born 1986), South Korean football player
  • Kim Jeong-hwan (volleyball) (born 1994), South Korean volleyball player
  • Bang Jeong-hwan (1899–1931), Joseon Dynasty activist who created Children's Day
  • Kim Jeong-hwan (poet) (born 1954), South Korean poet and novelist
  • Park Jeong-hwan (born 1993), South Korean go player