Synonyms for byoung or Related words with byoung

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Examples of "byoung"
The event was won by Kim Byoung Young, representing .
Kim Byoung-chul (born September 22, 1949) is a South Korean engineer, food scientist and the current 18th president of Korea University.
Choung Byoung-gug (born 10 February 1958) is a South Korean politician and the former head of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism. He is currently the leader of the center-right Bareun Party.
In 2002 Y.K. Kim and Choung Byoung-gug, a legislator in Korea, proposed building a Korea pavilion at Epcot. In 2012 Drafthouse Cinemas redistributed the "Miami Connection" film, leading to a positive reception.
Cho Byoung Se (born March 20, 1949) is a South Korean government official, economist and academic professor. He was a Senior Secretary to the Prime Minister of South Korea, a Chief of Protocol to the Prime Minister, Vice Minister, and Chair Director of an government owned corporation.
Any insurance payment will not cover the loss of aircraft, litigation and other charges and erosion in passenger numbers following the accident, Cho Byoung Hee, an analyst at Kiwoom Securities Co., said in July 2013. As of August 2013, shares of the airline fell 2 percent to 4,530 won, the lowest price since April 5, 2010, in Seoul trading.
The ZMap algorithm was proposed in the academic literature by Byoung K Choi in 2003 as a way of precalculating and storing a regular array of Cutter Location values in the computer memory. The result is a model of the height map of cutter positions from which in between values can be interpolated.
Dr. Byoung Jip Moon succeeded to Dr. Suk Hee Lee as the 6th president in March 1985. Moon began to reorganize the management operating system. The Office of Career Planning was established. The management of the Chung-Ang Cultural Institute and the Medical Center were modified. The departments of French Language & Literature and Japanese Language & Literature were reinstalled, and the Department of Industrial Information created. The construction of a Central Library in the second campus was promoted.
Japanese Torreya is a coniferous tree found in Japan and Korea. Its original name was the "Torreya nucifera" of Byoung Young-myun', but was changed to its present name in April 2008. In Korea, they grow in the southern areas of Naejangsan Mountain. Because of their beautiful shapes they are often planted in nearby houses. The seeds are used for medicine and oils. The Japanese Torreya of Samin-ri, Gangjin, is about 500 years old and is South Korea's 39th National Monument.
The museum is said to act as propaganda, giving the impression of worldwide support for the North Korean government. Visitors to the museum are informed that the number of gifts constitute "proof of the endless love and respect toward the Great Leader [Kim Il-sung]". However, North Korean visitors to the site are unaware of the ceremonial exchange of gifts in diplomatic protocol, and are described by Helen-Louise Hunter to be "impressed by the self-serving explanations offered to them". Another author, Byoung-lo Philo Kim, states that the entire exhibition is "aimed at convincing [North] Korean visitors that their leaders are universally admired".
Keukdong Entertainment Company employed staff from Equis Productions and Daiei Film's special effects staff to helm the film's special effects. Masao Yagi, who built the Godzilla and Gamera suits for Toho and Daiei, supervised the construction of the Yongary suit. Director Kim Ki-duk found that the suit lacked terror and was disappointed with the final results but proceeded to film with the suit since there was no time or money to produce a new suit. Lee Byoung-woo, the film's associate producer, acted as an intermediate between the South Korean filmmakers and the Japanese staff and helped train the South Korean staff in the special effects techniques used by the Japanese crew.
a. S. H. Park (1993, p. 248) lists the KTA's founding committee in 1959: "As announced in Dong-A Newspaper; President, Gen. Choi Hong Hi, Vice President, Mr. No Byung Jik, Mr. Yun Kae Byung. Secretary General, Hwang Ki. Standing Directors; Mr. Hyun Jong Myung, Mr. Lee Nam Suk, Mr. Lee Jong Woo, Mr. Ko Jae Chun and Mr. Lee Young Suk. Directors; Mr. Um Un Kyu, Mr. Chong Chang Young, Mr. Bae Young Ki and Mr. Nam Tae Hi. Auditors, Mr. Kim Soon Bae and Mr. Cho Byoung Shi."
According to the news agency Agence France-Presse, the success of "Gangnam Style" has led to the further rise and spread of the Korean Wave to other countries. As the song continued to attract worldwide media attention, it also led to various broadcasting networks and national newspapers focusing its attention on K-pop and other aspects of Korean culture. For example, "The Daily Telegraph" published an article recommending its readers to try out everything from K-Pop to "K-Cars", "K-Phones" and "K-Cuisine". The British multinational grocery and retailer Tesco reported that its total sales of Korean food had more than doubled as a result of the popularity of "Gangnam Style". Kim Byoung-gi, the Korean Ambassador to Lebanon, wrote that "Gangnam Style" has helped bridge Lebanese and Korean cultures. The French-born political commentator Tim Soutphommasane, a Research fellow at Monash University, agrees that the Gangnam phenomenon is "something worth studying". According to Soutphommasane, the world is only beginning to appreciate Gangnam Style as "part of a broader "hallyu cultural wave" coming out of the country [South Korea]".