From Japanese 人間 (human), which is from the Chinese Buddhist term 人間界 (human world), compound of 人間 (among humans) and 界 (world).
- Phonetic Hangul[인간]
|Revised Romanization (translit.)?
인간 • (in-gan) (hanja 人間)
- people, humanity
- 인간적 (in-ganjeok, “human”)
- 인간성 (人間性, in-ganseong, “quality of being human”)