Synonyms for cheol or Related words with cheol

chul              seok              seong              hyung              byung              beom              gyu              hwan              kwang              hyeok              woong              seung              deok              wook              hyuk              hyeon              jae              heon              yeong              kyu              gook              kyung              seon              taek              shik              keun              joon              suk              myung              joo              ryong              kyoung              sook              kyeong              baek              byun              geun              gyung              ryul              myeong              seol              chae              joong              pyung              junkim              hyun              hyeong              byeong              gyeong              gwang             



Examples of "cheol"
During class, he notices Ho-cheol is sleeping and paints his glasses red and yells, "Fire!". Ho-cheol wakes up and seeing "red" everywhere causes a commotion in panic and broke his glasses. When approach by Ho-cheol, Du-su refuses to compensate him. Suspicious when Ho-cheol fails to show up at school, Du-su goes to his house and learns that Ho-cheol fell and injured his leg while making his milk deliveries without his glasses.
Bae Cheol-soo's Music Camp () is a South Korean radio show hosted by Bae Cheol-soo on MBC FM4U since 1990.
Kim Su-cheol, was a painter of the late Joseon period. His birth date are not known. Kim Su-cheol was good at landscape painting and "muninhwa".
Kim Yeong-cheol () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Kim and the given name Yeong-cheol, and may also refer to:
Head of 3rd Grade - Mr. Shin Oek Cheol (Mathematics)
Lee Cheol-uoo (; born August 15, 1955), also spelled Lee Cheol-woo, is a member of the National Assembly of South Korea. He was vice-governor of the Gyeongsangbuk-do Province from December 2005 to January 2008.
Bae Cheol-soo (born August 18, 1953) is a South Korean radio host and former singer. His syndicated talk radio show "Bae Cheol-soo's Music Camp", airs via the MBC FM4U since 1990.
On the tenth anniversary of the company's founding (2005), Ahn Cheol-Soo resigned his position as the CEO, Kim Cheol-Soo was appointed as the successor. Current CEO is HongSun Kim(appointed in 2008).
With their mission a complete failure, Cheol-yeong and Joong-won retreat to their emergency rendezvous point. Cheol-yeong survives the encounter, but suffers a bullet to his arm and tells Joong-won that Yoo-gun that injured him. Unfortunately for Cheol-yeong, it is then that Joong-won reveals his ulterior motives and shoots and kills Cheol-yeong. Joong-won later blames Cheol-yeong's death on Yoo-gun to help him rise within the military ranks, however, there is more to Joong-won than at first glance. Unbeknownst to everyone, Seon-hwa secretly arrives moments after Joong-won leaves to confirm Cheol-yeong's death. Joong-won never defected from his country, rather a conservative high-ranking official sanctioned his departure as a means to contact IRIS. After his return to work under Cheol-yeong, he was biding his time until the time was right to carry out his personal agenda; shooting and killing Cheol-yeong. Joong-won subsequently succeeds Cheol-yeong in his position.
The K-League 'FAN'tastic Player was won by Koo Ja-Cheol (Jeju United)
Jang Cheol-soo (born 1974) is a South Korean film director.
(KR) Wang, Ji-Cheol (왕지철, 王志哲)
(EN) Rob Paulsen.
A big boss who always prioritize Han Gi-tak over Na Seok-cheol.
Father of Lee Gi Yeong, Lee Gi Cheol, Lee Oh Deok.
Jeong Yoon-cheol (born on May 14, 1971) is a South Korean film director.
Kim Dong-cheol or Kim Tong-ch'ŏl (김동철) may refer to:
Kim Cheol-ho or Kim Chŏl-ho (김철호) may refer to:
Mother of Lee Gi Yeong, Lee Gi Cheol, Lee Oh Deok.
The K-League Manager of the Year Award was won by Ham Heung-Cheol (Hallelujah FC)
Yi Han-cheol(이한철, b.1808 ~ d. ?) was a painter of Joseon.