Synonyms for choi_eun or Related words with choi_eun

ahn_jae              jung_hae              jung_yong              kim_seong              kang_tae              kyeong              soo_kyung              kim_hye              lee_seung              jung_yoon              kim_yeong              yoon_ji              lee_myung              ji_seok              sookim              yoon_jung              woong              yoon_jong              kim_hak              taek              choi_seung              joo_hyun              jung_hye              yoo_seung              choi_jong              jeong_hee              geun              jung_hwa              kim_myung              byeong              seol              jang_soo              ji_hyun              choi_seong              jinkim              jung_hee              jung_hyun              ryul              lee_kwang              seo_hyun              keun              heelee              eun_hee              kim_dae              choi_jin              yoon_jae              ji_hye              sung_hoon              jeong_eun              ryong             



Examples of "choi_eun"
The K-League Manager of the Year Award was won by Choi Eun-Taek (POSCO Atoms)
Choi Eun-Sook (Hangul: 최은숙, Hanja: 崔恩淑; ; born February 28, 1986 in Gwangju) is a South Korean épée fencer.
Choi Eun-Taek (Hangul: 최은택, Hanja: 崔殷澤, 1938 – February 5, 2007) was a South Korean football manager and former football player.
Choi Eun-Kyung (born 23 September 1971) is a South Korean former field hockey player who competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics.
Choi Eun-kyung was disqualified in the A final, moving Yang Yang (A) up to bronze medal position and the winner of the B final, Tania Vicent, up to 4th.
Choi Eun-kyung (Hangul: 최은경, Hanja: 崔恩景, born December 26, 1984) is a South Korean short track speed skater. She is a double Olympic Champion in relays and a two-time Overall World Champion for 2003 and 2004.
Choi Eun-Sung (born 5 April 1971) is a South Korean former professional footballer who last played for Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors. He spent 15 seasons as the goalkeeper with Daejeon Citizen.
In 2015, an English-language biography of his life (along with Choi Eun-hee), called "A Kim Jong-Il Production: The Extraordinary True Story of a Kidnapped Filmmaker", was published by Paul Fischer.
She who won a gold medal in the 3000 m relay at the 2002 Winter Olympics, together with teammates Choi Eun-kyung, Park Hye-won, and Joo Min-jin.
She who won a gold medal in the 3000 m relay at the 2002 Winter Olympics, together with teammates Choi Eun-kyung, Park Hye-won, and Choi Min-kyung.
Choi Eun-suk (최은숙, 崔銀淑; born 22 October 1963) is a South Korean former cyclist. She competed in the women's road race event at the 1984 Summer Olympics.
In 2013, she was given the role of Yoon or Choi Eun-suh (originally played by Song Hye-kyo) in the Thai remake of the Korean drama "Autumn in My Heart", in which the male leading role was assumed by Jesdaporn Pholdee.
The Lovers and the Despot is a 2016 British documentary film written and directed by Robert Cannan and Ross Adam, about the 1978 abduction of South Korean actor Choi Eun-hee, and film director Shin Sang-ok, by Kim Jong-il of North Korea. It was pitched at Sheffield Doc/Fest's 2014 MeetMarket.
On November 19, 2013, Suzy alongside Ki Bo-bae, Son Yeon-jae, Yang Hak-seon and Choi Eun-sook was appointed as the promotional ambassador for the "2015 Summer Universiade". Suzy was participating in a number of promotional videos, posters and photos, as well as a host of other events used to promote the Universiade.
Choi Eun-hee (born November 20, 1926) is a South Korean actress. She began her film career in 1947 in the film "A New Oath". For the next 20 years, she was one of the biggest stars in Korean film and led the Shin Film company along with her husband, the director Shin Sang-ok.
Chung's family and Korean-American groups strongly believed that he had been abducted and was not a defector, as widely believed. They compared his disappearance to several documented abductions by North Korean agents, most notably the kidnap of actress Choi Eun-hee.
After Hanjin's founder, Cho Choong-hoon, died in 2002, his eldest son, Cho Yang-ho, inherited KAL, when his third son, Cho Soo-ho, was handed Hanjin Shipping. Cho Soo-ho died from lung cancer in 2006 and his widow, Choi Eun-young, became the chairwoman of Hanjin Shipping in the following year. KAL acquired 33.2 percent of Hanjin Shipping in June 2014.
Choi Eun-chang was recognized as the most skilled in Pyeongtaek Nongak Binari. Lee Seong-ho was a Binari singer and Janggu player Lee Se-jin who had a perfect voice for singing Binari. As buk players, Kim Yong-rae, Kim Yook-dong and Lee Se-jin are famous.
The 2016 British documentary "The Lovers and the Despot" narrates and analyzes the story of Sang-ok and Eun-hee's captivity. It is directed by Ross Adam and Robert Cannan and it stars Choi Eun-hee, who revives the couple's ordeal and explains it in detail.
On that same night, Choi Moo-gak (Park Yoo-chun) is at the hospital visiting his younger sister, also named Choi Eun-seol (Kim So-hyun), who's being treated for mild injuries after a bus accident. But when he returns to her bed, he finds her dead with her throat slit.