Synonyms for byeong or Related words with byeong

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Examples of "byeong"
In Korea it is known as the "Byeong-in yangyo", or "Western disturbance of the "byeong-in" year".
Gong Byeong-Ho (born in May 10, 1960) is a South Korean libertarian scholar, economist, and author. After graduating from Korea University, Dr. Gong received his Ph.D in Economics at Rice University in 1987. Amongst the hundreds of books that he has written so far, the most influential include "Korea, 10 Years Later", "Gong Byeong-Ho's Self-Management", "Standing Up as a One-Man Company", "Thoughts of a Rich Man and Poor Man", "Gong Byeong-Ho's Greek Classics". In the year 2013, Dr. Gong wrote "Gong Byeong-Ho’s Life Philosophy", "To My Son in the Military", "Korea, 5 Years Later through the Lens of Developmental Psychology." In 2014, Dr. Gong wrote "Gong Byeong-Ho’s Bible Study", "God that Gong Byeong-Ho Met", "Jesus that Gong Byeong-Ho Met". Currently Dr. Gong is the President of the Gong Institute.
It soon appears that the executive's company poisoned Byeong-gu's mother in a pharmaceuticals test, and that it is vengeance fueled psychosis that causes Byeong-gu to believe the executive is an alien.
An Yeong-Sik, An Byeong-Seok, Jo Byeong-Hyeon, Choi Tae-Gon, Kim Chun-Bae, Kim Hyeong-Il, Kim Yeong-Gi, Kim Yeong-Su, Go Se-Tae, Baek Jeong-Nam
An Byeong-hun (Hangul: 안병훈, Hanja: 安秉勛) (born 17 September 1991), or Byeong-Hun An, is a professional golfer from Seoul, South Korea. In August 2009, he became the youngest-ever winner of the U.S. Amateur.
An Byeong-hun, Kiradech Aphibarnrat, Rafael Cabrera-Bello, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Søren Kjeldsen, Andy Sullivan, Bernd Wiesberger
Kim Byeong-yeon played for J2 League club; Roasso Kumamoto from 2014 to 2015.
Bunshinsaba 3 () is a 2014 Chinese horror film directed by Ahn Byeong-ki.
Byung-hoon, also spelled Byeong-hun, is a Korean male given name.
The rank of "byeong" is divided into four classes those being:
Yun Byeong-Hui (, born February 15, 1976) is a retired South Korean rhythmic gymnast.
Bunshinsaba () is a 2004 South Korean horror film directed by Ahn Byeong-ki.
Byeong-gu leaves the detective all his notes, saying that if he does not make it, he will have the responsibility of saving the planet. At the factory, the executive triggers a computer controlled robotic arm to kill Byeong-gu's girlfriend, and after a long struggle, he beats his captor almost to death. When the police arrive, they shoot Byeong-gu, and as he bleeds to death he wonders aloud, "Now who will save the earth?"
Kim Byeong-yeon (born April 5, 1994) is a South Korean football player.
Bunshinsaba 2 () is a 2013 Chinese horror film directed by Ahn Byeong-ki.
When a detective comes calling to investigate the disappearance, the executive tries to escape but is thwarted by the psychotic Byeong-gu. The detective at first finds nothing unusual but on his way out sees Byeong-gu's dog (appropriately named Earth) gnawing on the bones of his master's past victims. After contacting a partner in the police force he is killed by Byeong-gu's bees, is hacked up and fed to the dog. Byeong-gu then crucifies the executive and breaks his leg with the back of his axe, to punish him for his attempted escape. In a desperate move, the executive convinces Byeong-gu that the bottle of benzene in his car trunk is the antidote for his comatose mother.
[6] Broadband wireless access and local networks: mobile WiMax and WiFi (공)저: Byeong Gi Lee,Sunghyun Choi
In 2012 Ahn Byeong-ki directed a Chinese film also titled "Bunshinsaba" but with an unrelated plot.
Jeju "benjul"() and Korean "byeonggyul"() are cognates. They share the same Chinese characters: "byeong"(, "bottle") and "gyul"(, "citrus").
Seong Geum Yeon, Kim Juk Pa, Kin Yoon Deok, Kang Tae Hong, Kim Byeong Ho, Choi Ok Sam school.