Synonyms for cha_seung or Related words with cha_seung

uhm_ji              jung_suk              seo_jung              eun_ji              baek_jong              hwang_jae              shim_jae              chae              kim_tae              gyun              choi_jae              joong              kim_hyo              kwon_tae              kang_seung              tae_yeon              choi_jong              yoo_hae              jung_jae              namkoong              jung_joon              joo              hye_kyung              han_suk_kyu              chung_hae              yoo_hae_jin              gong_hyo_jin              hyo              jin_goo              uhm_tae_woong              kim_ji_hoon              lee_seung              jung_joon_ho              gyu              bong_tae_gyu              ryeo              kim_kang_woo              kang_jae              yoon_jung              cha_tae_hyun              jung_woo_sung              chul              cho_jae_hyun              lee_beom_soo              kang_hye              kim_seung_woo              song_hye_kyo              hye              baek_ji              ryoo_seung_bum             



Examples of "cha_seung"
On the other hand, Tommy Hong finds out Cha Seung-jo’s real identity. He is not only Artemis’ president, but also the son of Cha ll-nam, the president of Royal Corporation. Seo Yoon-joo goes and tells Cha Seung-jo of his possible future engagement with Shin In-hwa, which Cha Seung-jo has no clue about doesn’t even consider it at all.
Artemis is having a party. Han Se-kyung tells Choi Ah-jung that she received an invitation, and the party dress has already been delivered to her. On the way to the party, both Han Se-kyung and Cha Seung-jo receive a message from Choi Ah-jung and Secretary Moon. The two of them have remembered what they said to each other on that night. Choi Ah-jung tells Han Se-kyung that Cha Seung-jo, the Secretary Jin that she knows him as, is actually the president of Artemis. On the other hand, Secretary Moon tells Cha Seung-jo that Han Se-kyung likes Secretary Jin, which is Cha Seung-jo himself. Cha Seung–jo is very happy to hear the news while Han Se-kyung is not as happy as Cha Seung-jo is.
When Han Se-kyung meets Cha Seung-jo, Cha Seung-jo tries to close up their distance. They go to pick costumes together. He also put Han Se-kyung’s shoes on her. When Han Se-kyung tries to stand up, she almost trip just as Cha Seung-jo catches her in his arms. He kisses Han Se-kyung then. Shocked, Han Se-kyung hurries out the door and gets on a bus immediately.
Seo Yoon-jo asks her brother, Seo Ho-min, to stalk Han Se-kyung secretly. From the pictures taken by Seo Ho-min of Han Se-kyung, she sees Cha Seung-jo is in it. On the other hand, Cha Seung-jo’s doctor/best friend, Heo Dong-wook, says Cha Seung-jo cannot control his emotions mentally, he can never cry. Secretary moon finds Seo In-chan’s location; he is at his mom’s funeral at the time. Cha Seung-jo happens to witness the scene and he orders the company not to go after So In-chan anymore. Instead, he sends flowers to the funeral house to express his sorrow for his mother. Under the warning of his father that someone is secretly taking pictures of him, he catches Seo Ho-min and warns him not ever to do it again. Cha Seung-jo also moves to the same neighborhood where Seo Yoon-joo is living.
The drama series also marked movie star Cha Seung-won's return to the small screen after a six-year absence.
Cha Seung-jo bumps into his father, Cha ll-nam, and they have a very unhappy conversation. Seeing the saddened Cha Seung-jo afterwards, Han Se-kyung encourages him by giving him a high-five. At the same time, she realizes she is in the danger of falling in love with the man in front of her.
Cha Seung-min (차승민) (born June 12, 1979) was the male vocalist for the first and second album. Cha Seung-min left to the U.S. for abroad studies. He was raised in Annandale, Virginia area before being discovered. Kim Jong-min replaced him starting from their third album.
Disguising himself as Secretary Jin of Artemis’ president, Cha Seung-jo asks Han Se-kyung to be the President’s personal designer. After taking on the job as a personal designer, she takes Cha Seung-jo to her college and asks him to give the President the expression rabbits that she has made for the President. However, while they are getting ready to leave, Cha Seung-jo accidentally drinks a bottle of poisonous liquid. He is sent to the hospital immediately. When his close employees come to visit him, he tries very hard to hide his identity from Han Se-kyung.
Tommy Hong asks for Cha ll-nam’s sponsorship at the upcoming Winter Olympic, using the marriage between Shin In-hwa and Cha Seung-jo.
Lee then co-starred along Jung Woo-sung, Cha Seung-won and Soo Ae in the 2010 spy series "," a spin-off to 2009's "IRIS".
Cha Seung Baek (, ; born May 29, 1980) is a former Pacific League pitcher who was a member of the Orix Buffaloes.
Lee's first historical period drama was "Splendid Politics" which he played young Prince Gwanghae. The older character played by Cha Seung-won.
During the dance ball, Han Se-kyung meets Cha Seung-jo, still unaware of Cha Seung-jo’s real identity; she asks to see the president of Artemis. Cha Seung-jo makes an excuse of having to answer the President’s phone call and leaves. A rich businessman wants Tommy Hong to tell Han Se-kyung that he wants her as his outside lover. Hearing of this, Han Se-kyung feels she has been insulted; she then pours a cup of water onto Tommy Hong. In return, Tommy Hong pours a cup of soy sauce onto Han Se-kyung. Han Se-kyung leaves embarrassingly under the eyes of all guests. Cha Seung-jo sees Han Se-kyung leaving unhappily when he is about to go home. He catches up with her and asks what has happened. After knowing the whole matter, he goes back to the ball, and pours a cup of soy sauce onto Tommy Hong to revenge for Han Se-kyung.
Han Se-kyung’s best friend, Choi Ah-jung, acciedentally sees her diary on how to get into Cheongdam-dong, and Han Se-kyung then confesses to her on what she is planning to do. Choi Ah-jung helps Han Se-kyung to look into Cha Seung-jo, at that time they know as Secretary Jin. Han Se-kyung got suspicious of Cha Seung-jo when Choi Ah-jung tells her that there is no one called Secretary Jin at all in Artemis. Han Se-kyung then asks Cha Seung-jo fiercely on whom he actually is. Under this moment of pressure, Cha Seung-jo makes a lame excuse that he is actually the President’s personal “shadow ninja”.
Han Se-kyung runs out, crying, and writes down what she must do in the future in order to marry a rich man. Seo Yoon-jo comes to visit Han Se-kyung late at night. Back to the party, Tommy Hong sees Han Se-kyung’s phone that she accidentally leaves at the party and picks it up. He goes through her phone and finds out that she is somewhat using Cha Seung-jo. Han Se-kyung pretends she does not know Cha Seung-jo’s real identity. She then writes a letter to Secretary Jin that she likes him. Seeing this, Cha Seung-jo starts to cry because he is so moved, but not realizing the fact that Han Se-kyung has written that letter with a purpose. Not knowing the truth, Cha Seung-jo finally tells Han Se-kyung who he really is. Han Se-kyung, already knowing that, pretends to be shocked.
Cha Seung-woo (born July 27, 1978), better known as Cha Cha, is a South Korean singer and actor. Cha was a member of punk band No Brain.
Cha Seung-jo goes to Seo Yoon-joo’s house because her husband has a dinner appointment with the president of Artemis. She is deliberately shocked when she sees that the president is her ex-boyfriend.
Guests were varied and included many of South Korea's most popular actors (Cha Tae-hyun, Cha Seung-won, Ha Ji-won), athletes (Chu Sung-hoon), and comedians (Ji Sang-ryeol)
My Son () is a 2007 South Korean film written and directed by Jang Jin, starring Cha Seung-won and Ryu Deok-hwan. For his performance, Cha won Best Actor at the 15th Chunsa Film Art Awards in 2007.
Bodyguard () is a 2003 South Korean television series starring Cha Seung-won, Lim Eun-kyung and Han Go-eun. It aired on KBS2 from July 5 to September 14, 2003 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:50 for 22 episodes.