This is about pronunciation-borrowing from English, and I don't know if the following examples came through Chinese pronuciation filtering or directly from English to Korean.
If any Chinese knows about this Chinese pronunciation for each one, please let me know or if even any native speaker. I mean Chinese do a lot of pronunciation borrowing like /kěkǒukělè/ for CocaCola. I want even native speakers to understand what I mean, about what's happening in other languages for English.

kk196)Celcius => Seopsi /səpsi/(Korean)
Fahrenheit => Hwa-si/hwasi/(Korean)
Pan-Asia => Beom-Asia/bəm éiʃə/(Korean)