I have noticed that some South Korean/North Korean given names use the letter 漢 (e.g. 漢宰, 漢率). This seemed a bit odd to me, since 漢 is usually strongly linked to the Han dynasty of China. Why do these names use 漢 instead of 韓 etc.?
It may just be a matter of preference, but is there any other Korean meaning to 漢, or some nuance/image that the character holds?