It's pronounced joong-ko.
Kamakura kamakura yasss queen yasss queen!
Junko Enoshima is a character from the video game series 'Danganronpa'.
Junko Furuta was a victim of a murder in 1989 (I think).
I will not go into the details.
I love it said Junk-oh.
I see this and all I can think is Danganronpa.
Junko from Touhou 15: Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom.
純子 (pure + child) is the most popular spelling, entering the Japanese top 10 in 1971. It remained there until 1975 and peaked at #5 (1972-1974).
Because my mom had a Japanese friend with this name when I was growing up, I see this as a very stereotypical name for Japanese women along with Yoko and Keiko (and just about anything ending in -ko). (I’ve heard that nowadays, names ending in -ko are considered old fashioned in Japan, so it’s mostly middle aged and elderly women who have these names, not young adults and adolescents).
A character in the Danganronpa series, Junko Enoshima!
Junko Onishi is a former butterfly swimmer from Japan, who won the bronze medal in the 4 × 100 m medley relay at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia. Her winning teammates in that race were Mai Nakamura, Masami Tanaka, and Sumika Minamoto.
Junko is a Japanese manga artist and author. One of her works is the romantic comedy shōjo manga series "Kiss Him, Not Me" known in Japan as "Watashi ga Motete Dōsunda".
Junko Takeuchi is a Japanese voice actress employed by Ogipro The Next Co. Inc. Taking a well-trod path by many voice actresses, she often voices young male characters with generally very quirky and goofy personalities.
In Dangan Ronpa there's a character named Junko.
Junko Takeuchi, a Japanese voice actress, is known for voicing characters such as Naruto Uzumaki from 'Naruto', Takuya Kanbara from 'Digimon Frontier' and Red from 'Pokémon Origins'.
Just don't use it in English... oi there, you Junko!
Suzuki Junko (Junko Suzuki) was one of the chosen people to play a role of one of the people that were involved in the Hotel Mass Murder in the Japanese horror movie Rinne.
The voice actor of the title character of 'Naruto', from the popular Japanese anime, 'Naruto', bears this name.
Junko Furuta was the name of a high school girl who was murdered in Tokyo, in about 1988.
The song "Taion" (means "Body Temperature") by GazettE, was written as a tribute to her.
It unfortunately makes me think of Junk-O. It's too bad, because it looks like it could be a cool name.
Junko is the name of Hachi's best friend in the manga Nana.
Junko is the name of one of my favorite Japanese voice actors, Junko Noda.
Common in my generation and older in Japan.

Kanji possibilities for Jun:
Pronounced [JOON-ko]

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