Synonyms for byul or Related words with byul

jiwon              myeong              yook              pyung              nyeo              kyoung              gyu              gyung              beom              hyunsik              joong              yeong              yeol              gyeong              hwakim              ryeon              deok              hyung              hyeok              ryeong              jimin              shik              deuk              kyong              heepark              hyang              inseong              woong              hyuk              seungho              soyeong              ryul              saeng              seol              kyu              insooni              jungkim              kwanghee              hyeong              minkyung              jisun              keun              ryeol              heelee              eunji              ryong              ryung              sunhwa              byeol              heon             



Examples of "byul"
If You Were Me: Anima Vision 2 (Korean: "Byul-Byul Yi-Ya-Gi 2: Yeo-Seot-Bit-Ggal Mu-Ji-Gae") is a 2008 South Korean animated film.
However, only Eun-byul is aware of the other's existence. Unlike the cheerful Eun-bi, Eun-byul is prickly and secretive.
Byul was introduced in December 2008, with the first version named Eris. Byul shares the Dal body type but has a different face sculpt. She is profiled as Dal's 13-year-old best friend who has secretly lost her heart to Isul, Pullip's little brother. Just like Dals, Byuls cannot close their eyes, and their height is 26.3 cm. A new Byul is released approximately every two to five months. Since 2008, there have been more than 25 Byul releases.
Jo Eun-byul (; ; born on June 23, 1982) is a South Korean singer and stage actress known as Eun-byul () or Leebie (). She was the leader and lead singer of the now disbanded K-pop group, LUV.
Kim Go-eun (), known by her stage name of (Byul, "star"), is a South Korean singer.
Park Han-Byul (born November 17, 1984) is a South Korean actress and model.
Her name "Eun-Byul" in Korean roughly translates into "Silver Star"
Go Eun-byul and Lee Eun-bi are identical twins. Lee Eun-bi lives in an orphanage whereas Go Eun-byul, Eun-bi's twin sister lives with a woman who adopted her. Due to bullying, Eun-bi decided to end her life but she was saved by her twin sister. Eun-bi suffered from amnesia after that. When Eun-byul's adoptive mother mistook Eun-bi as Eun-byul, she starts to assume the identity of her twin sister.
One day, on a school field trip to Tongyeong, Eun-byul mysteriously disappears. At the same time, Eun-bi is unjustly expelled from her school and jumps off a bridge in a suicide attempt. Ten days later, the injured and amnesiac Eun-bi is mistaken for her twin Eun-byul, and her adoptive mother takes her home to Seoul, where she starts living as Eun-byul. However, her memory soon returns.
Go Eun-byul's best friend. She is torn between staying loyal to Eun-byul and accepting So-young's friendship advances.
Stray Cats () is a 2009 South Korean short film directed by Lee Cheol-ha and starring Kim Byul.
As of February 2014, Eun-byul is still working as a musical actress under the name of 'Evie Cho'.
Eun-byul, also spelled Un-byol, is a Korean feminine given name. There are 26 hanja with the reading "eun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names, among them "silver" () and "grace" (), whereas "byul" is an indigenous Korean word meaning "star" and is not written using hanja.
In 2011, she made a cameo appearance in the MBC sitcom, "All My Love". She played the role of Kim Se-byul, the curious maid.
Song Ha-yoon (born Kim Mi-sun on December 2, 1986) is a South Korean actress. She debuted as Kim Byul () but changed her stage name to Song Ha-yoon in 2012.
Kang Byul (born August 9, 1990) is a South Korean actress. She made her acting debut in 2008, and was cast in her first leading role in the television drama "Miss Mamma Mia" (2015).
She is good friends with Go Eun-byul and Cha Sung-joo. She is jealous of her friends who seem to have a passion, and tries to seek out a passion of her own.
In 2015, Kim starred in KBS's school series in "", playing dual roles as twins Lee Eun-bi and Go Eun-byul. She was awarded "Star of the Year" at the 8th Korea Drama Awards for her performance.
The Universe's Star is a love story between a gifted singer-songwriter Woo-joo (Kim Jun-myeon) and Byul (Ji Woo), a 19-year-old student who becomes the Grim Reaper after dying in an accident.
Moon Byul-yi was born in Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, where she lived with her parents and two younger sisters, Seulgi and Yesol. She is currently attending Paekche Institute of the Arts where she studies media and music.