South Korean Resident Registration Number (RRN) with name Generator Online

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NameRRNGenderBirthdayAgeBirthdayPlaceAddress(street Address, City, Zip Code)
전 우진800326-1855419male1980032643울산(Ulsan)4948 가락로, 안산시 상록구, 814-613
김 동윤950506-5527223male1995050628전라북도(Jeonbuk)1267 반포대로, 광주시, 417-078
안 지아970320-2156481female1997032026인천(Incheon)885 가락로, 안산시, 866-942
양 순항890218-6904354female1989021834경상남도(Gyeongsangnam)371 역삼로, 수원시 장안구, 080-611
남 강은850115-6434791female1985011538남춘천(Nam Chuncheon)0956 석촌호수로, 양평군, 195-808
손 은상930228-2242727female1993022830경기도(Gyeonggi)5193 가락로, 의정부시, 823-120
오 지민781228-2109691female1978122845부산(Busan)1547 석촌호수로, 안성시, 400-949
한 태희801009-2074081female1980100943서울(Seoul)8811 석촌호수로, 부천시, 717-369
신 서현700617-2778093female1970061753경상북도(Gyeongsangbuk)004 오금로, 성남시 분당구, 119-567
심 현영850419-2688085female1985041939대구(Daegu)800 선릉로, 안양시 동안구, 150-007
김 보민820308-6352781female1982030841춘천(Chuncheon)443 양재천로, 양주시, 925-824
강 선호700126-6652717female1970012653광주(Gwangju)5853 양재천로, 성남시 중원구, 437-704
강 지훈900412-5793954male1990041234경상북도(Gyeongsangbuk)573 양재천로, 용인시 수지구, 614-761
배 영수740626-1695010male1974062649대구(Daegu)909 서초대로, 안양시, 562-238
최 선정710424-2857065female1971042453울산(Ulsan)1574 가락로, 고양시 덕양구, 955-619
손 민준841102-1857942male1984110239울산(Ulsan)3159 양재천로, 화성시, 970-174
강 용훈860210-1040016male1986021037서울(Seoul)207 테헤란로, 부천시 원미구, 562-955
한 남수850711-1891759male1985071138경상남도(Gyeongsangnam)6201 잠실로, 수원시 권선구, 120-717
심 남수910311-5539105male1991031132전라북도(Jeonbuk)7930 서초중앙로, 과천시, 664-190
강 태호770711-1475745male1977071146남춘천(Nam Chuncheon)1503 압구정로, 부천시, 801-629

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What is South Korean Resident Registration Number (RRN)?

A resident registration number (Korean: 주민등록번호, Jumin Deungrok Beonho, Hanja: 住民登錄番號) is a 13-digit number issued to all residents of the Republic of Korea. Similar to national identification numbers in other countries, it is used to identify people in various private transactions such as in banking and employment. It is also used extensively for online identification purposes. Upon registration with their city office, foreigners (except those affiliated with the U.S. military) receive an alien registration number, which serves as a substitute, on their alien registration card.

Some foreigners incorrectly refer to a resident registration number as a KSSN, or Korean Social Security Number.


The resident registration number consists of 13 digits, with each block serving a certain function, as illustrated below:


The first six digits signify the person's date of birth. For example, a person born on September 1, 1946, such as former President Roh Moo-Hyun, would have 460901 for the first six digits.

s, the seventh digit, indicates the sex and the century in which the person was born. The code used for each category follows:

  • 9: male born 1800 - 1899
  • 0: female born 1800 - 1899
  • 1: male born 1900 - 1999
  • 2: female born 1900 - 1999
  • 3: male born 2000 - 2099
  • 4: female born 2000 - 2099
  • 5: foreigner male born 1900 - 1999
  • 6: foreigner female born 1900 - 1999
  • 7: foreigner male born 2000 - 2099
  • 8: foreigner female born 2000 - 2099

bbbb, the eighth through eleventh digit, signify a code for the person's place of birth.

n, the 12th digit, is a sequential number used to differentiate those of the same sex born on the same day in the same location.

c, the 13th digit, is a check digit, used to verify that the number has been transcribed correctly. It is generated from the rest of the digits using the following algorithm (digits lettered a through m in order): m = [11 − {(2a + 3b + 4c + 5d + 6e + 7f + 8g + 9h + 2i + 3j + 4k + 5l) mod 11}] mod 10

Online use

Many South Korean websites require the submission of a valid resident registration number in order for users to register an account. This practice ties each registered account to a unique online identity, rather than allowing anonymous registration. Because only a few large websites allow alternate means of identification, such as an alien registration number or passport number, foreigners cannot use many South Korean websites.

The principal means of authenticating a valid resident registration number is to use an algorithm to check the last digit against what it should be based upon the rest of the digits entered.


The widespread requirement of a valid resident registration number to create an account on many South Korean websites presents many opportunities for identity theft and other fraud. For example, it was found that former South Korean president Roh Moo-Hyun's resident registration number was used to gain access to hundreds of pornographic websites, as well as to register accounts on a number of entertainment and gaming web sites. Complaints about identity theft led the South Korean government to implement stiff penalties for using someone else's resident registration number. Offenders are eligible to serve 3 years in jail or to be imposed a 10,000,000 KRW fine.