Synonyms for byun or Related words with byun

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Examples of "byun"
Byun Hee-bong (born Byun In-chul on June 8, 1942) is a South Korean actor.
Byun Jae-Wook (Hwang Jung-min), is a short-tempered prosecutor who only pursues the truth. He is notorious for his rough and tough investigations. A suspect who is a small-time criminal, under the interrogation of Byun Jae-Wook, is then found dead. All the evidences indicate Byun Jae-Wook as the criminal. Byun Jae-Wook is prosecuted and gets 15 years in prison.
Bradley, Byun, Vigas, Galerie Le Gendre, Paris, France
Meanwhile, Young-hee returns to the house upon hearing Byun singing. Eun-soo heads back too and learns that Byun is a religious cult leader trying to kill the children, and he is holding Jung-soon hostage. He knocks Byun out and listens to the children's side of the story from Young-hee in the form of a flashback.
Five years later, Byun Jae-Wook meets young fraudster Chi-Won (Kang Dong-won), in prison. Chi-Won knows details about Byun Jae-Wook’s case. Byun Jae-Wook trains Chi-Won to carry out his plan outside of prison. Using his knowledge as a former prosecutor, he gets Chi-Won free. Byun Jae-Wook prepares a counterattack on those who framed him. Chi-Won though takes the chance to get away from Byun Jae-Wook but the other prisoners whom Byun Jae-Wook has helped getting an early release doesn’t let Chi-Won get away. Byun Jae-Wook and Chi-Won get together and starts planning against Jong-Gil (Lee Sung-min) who was the Asst. Prosecutor General during Byun Jae-Wook trial period and the person who had convinced Byun Jae-Wook to defend himself in a self-defense manner which resulted in his jail time. It is revealed Jong-Gil, who is running in an upcoming election now, was then working with a Builder, to encroach an ecologically significant land. The rest of the film follows how Byun Jae-Wook through Chi-Won piles up evidences against Jong-Gil and gains his freedom.
Byun made 16 appearances for Busan I'Park during 2007.
During 2008 Byun made 16 appearances for Jeju United.
After being released by Sydney, Byun entered into negotiations with fellow A-League club Newcastle Jets. And on 11 April 2011 it was announced that Byun had signed a one-year contract with the Jets.
Byun Jung-il (born 16 November 1968 in Seoul) is a former South Korean boxer.
Byun Sung-Hwan (Hangul: 변성환; ; born 22 December 1979) is a South Korean retired footballer.
Byun is a Korean surname. Notable people with the surname include:
A criminal hired by Byun Il-jae to kill Guk-cheol.
Byun Il-jae's unquestionably loyal manservant, who usually helps to carry out Il-jae's dirty work.
During 2002 to 2006 Byun made 56 appearances for Ulsan Hyundai.
Byun Jin-sub (; born May 19, 1966) is a South Korean singer.
"Buyn, Object Trouve" (2012), 16mm, Color, 6 mn, With Byun Chong and Kiya Chong
Byun Hee-jae (; born April 22, 1974) is a South Korean conservative political commentator.
OrderAhead was founded in August 2011 by Jeff Byun, Henry Lee, and James Butts; who resigned in September 2013.
Byun Il-jae's first wife and Guk-cheol's aunt. She is accidentally killed by Hwang Ji-soo.
Jon's work has also been used for movies including the erotic drama Ardor (2002) by director Byun Young-joo.