I am a graduate student in Korea. I would like to know how to write my name in formal, in particular, in IEEE paper. Almost all names of Korean are with three letters. Each letter can be read with one syllable, that is, Korean name is with three syllables. The first syllable is family name and the rest is first name while English name begins with first name. Moreover, we do not have middle name.
An example of name is ⓐⓑⓒ constructed by three letters. ⓐ is family name (last name) and ⓑⓒ is first name. Let ⓐ sounded by 'Kim' and ⓑⓒ is sounded by 'Shinwoo'. (More precisely, ⓑ is sounded 'Shin', ⓒ is sounded 'Woo')
In that case, the name sounded by "Kim-Shin-Woo" can be written as 'Shinwoo Kim', 'ShinWoo Kim', 'Shin-Woo Kim', 'S. W. Kim', 'S. Kim', 'S. -W. Kim' or 'SW Kim'. It is used up to people.
What is the best usage of name in formal grammatically?