Many languages have a way to create diminutive forms, which can denote small size, or be a term of endearment.
One English example is "-y" : dog becomes doggy, Bob can become Bobby, and so on.
In Italian, "-ino" and "-ina" can be used; A girl called Chiara might be called 'Chiarina'. "Topo" is a mouse, so "topolino" is a "little mouse".
The List of diminutives by language on Wikipedia doesn't currently mention any ways to make diminutives in Korean. Is there anything at all similar in Korean? (Not necessarily a suffix).