Synonyms for choi_jae or Related words with choi_jae

kim_tae              lee_seung              kim_hyo              jung_suk              choi_jong              kim_seong              kang_seung              kang_tae              seo_jung              choi_seung              geun              yoon_jung              woong              joong              gyu              hyo              kim_myung              jung_joon              kim_dae              kyeong              seop              hwang_jae              pyung              hyeong              jang_jae              byun              hyung              yoo_jae              seo_hyun              chae              kim_hyung              jang_soo              choi_yong              baek_ji              seo_ji              choi_eun              sung_hoon              jang_dong              keun              hyeon              lee_myung              hwan              ryeo              baek_jong              jung_hye              jung_hae              ahn_jae              kang_dae              jung_yoon              kim_yeong             



Examples of "choi_jae"
Choi Jae-woo (born 27 February 1994) is a South Korean freestyle skier. He competed at the 2014 Winter Olympics
Lee Joon-gi, Nam Sang-mi and Choi Jae-sung previously starred together in "Time Between Dog and Wolf" (2007).
Choi Jae-hyun (, born April 3, 1995), known by his in-game name Huhi (stylized as HuHi), is a French-born South Korean professional League of Legends player.
Choi Jae-Soo (; born 2 May 1983) is a South Korean footballer who plays as full back for Jeonbuk Hyundai in K League Classic.
John A. Choi Jae-seon (January 7, 1912 – June 3, 2008) was a South Korean prelate of the Roman Catholic Church.
On October 7, 2002, the Olympic Council of Asia announced that the bodybuilding bronze medalist in the +90 kg weight category Youssef El-Zein of Lebanon was relieved of his medal for not submitting to a drugs test. After El-Zein was disqualified, the bronze medal in the +90 kg category went to Choi Jae-Duck of South Korea (who had finished fourth).
Kim Tae-yang is a physician and Choi Yoo-ri is a broadcasting producer. Choi Jae-min is a dandy-ish executive at a clothing company and Kim Saet-byul is an unwed mother. Kim Woo-joo is much younger than Hong Mi-rae.
The album was produced by WM Entertainment's CEO Lee Won-min, with music produced by Choi Jae-hyuk (under the pen name 72) and Moon Jeong-gyu of the Key Artist Agency, a music publishing and production company based in Los Angeles. Three of the four songs (all but "Cupid") have lyrics written by 72 and music by songwriters associated with the agency.
Choi Jae-cheon (born November 19, 1963) is an attorney and a politician in South Korea. He was elected a member of the National Assembly from Seongdong-gu, Seoul in 2004 and was a member of the Democratic Party (Uridang) from 2004 to 2008.
Choi Jae-sung (born November 18, 1964) is a South Korean actor. Choi debuted with KBS TV drama series, "Dairy of a High School Student" in 1984. Choi entered stardom through "The Tree Blooming with Love" and "Lee Jang-ho's Baseball Team".
On March 22, 1965, Pope Paul VI appointed him Bishop of Wonju. He was consecrated bishop on June 29, 1965 by Antonio del Giudice. Co-consecrators were the Bishop Thomas F. Quinlan of the Diocese of Chunchon and Bishop John A. Choi Jae-seon of the Diocese of Busan.
Choi Jae-ho (born March 7, 1980), known professionally as Choiza () is a South Korean rapper. He and Gaeko comprise the hip hop duo Dynamic Duo, which rose to fame upon the release of their debut album "Taxi Driver" in 2004.
Eyes of Dawn () is a South Korean television series starring Choi Jae-sung, Chae Shi-ra and Park Sang-won. Directed by Kim Jong-hak and written by Song Ji-na based on the 10-volume novel of the same name by (published in 1981), the story spans the years from the Japanese colonial period to World War II, Korea's liberation and the Korean War.
The EP (also called a mini album) was produced by WM Entertainment's CEO Lee Won-min, with music produced by Choi Jae-hyuk (under the pen name 72) and Moon Jeong-gyu of the Key Artist Agency, a music publishing and production company based in Los Angeles. All five songs had music composed by songwriters associated with the agency, and three of the songs feature rap lyrics written by Oh My Girl member Mimi.
Fermentation Family () is a 2011 South Korean television series, starring Song Il-gook, Park Jin-hee, Lee Min-young and Choi Jae-sung. Song plays a gangster who turn overs a new leaf and begins working at a kimchi restaurant run by two sisters. The series aired on jTBC from December 7, 2011 to February 23, 2012 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 20:45 for 24 episodes.
Before her acting debut on a television drama series, Moon filmed several commercials and modeled for various magazines. She started modeling at the age of 12, and first appeared onscreen on the 1999 documentary drama "On the Road" directed by Choi Jae-eun. Moon's rise to fame came in 2000 when she starred as the younger counterpart of Song Hye-kyo's character in the pan-asia hit drama "Autumn in My Heart". She won the Best Young Actress award at the 2000 KBS Drama Awards for her role, together with her co-star Choi Woo-hyuk.
In 1830 the Latter Day Saint movement including The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was founded by Joseph Smith. It is now one of the most successful NRMs in terms of membership. In Japan, 1838 marks the beginning of Tenrikyo. In 1844 Bábism was established in Iran from which the Bahá'í Faith was founded by Bahá'u'lláh in 1863. In 1860 Donghak, later Cheondoism, was founded by Choi Jae-Woo in Korea. It later ignited the Donghak Peasant Revolution in 1894. In 1891, the Unity Church, the first New Thought denomination, was founded in the United States.
But Kim's true breakthrough came with "Eyes of Dawn". To celebrate MBC's 30th anniversary, Song and Kim adapted Kim Seong-jong's 10-volume novel (published in 1981), embarking on a drama that would make Korean television history. "Eyes of Dawn" began filming in advance in June 1990, with overseas shoots in the Philippines and Harbin (despite the fact that Korea and China hadn't yet established diplomatic relations), a budget of (five- to ten-times the cost of an average drama at the time), over 270 actors and 21,000 extras. Starring Choi Jae-sung, Park Sang-won and Chae Shi-ra, the series depicted young Koreans caught in the maelstrom of turbulent history, from World War II, to the Japanese colonial period and the Korean War. When it aired from 1991 to 1992, it reached a peak viewership rating of 58.4%.
To celebrate MBC's 30th anniversary, Song and Kim adapted Kim Seong-jong's 10-volume novel (published in 1981), embarking on a drama that would make Korean television history. "Eyes of Dawn" began filming in advance in June 1990, with overseas shoots in the Philippines and Harbin (despite the fact that Korea and China hadn't yet established diplomatic relations), a budget of (five- to ten-times the cost of an average drama at the time), over 270 actors and 21,000 extras. Starring Choi Jae-sung, Park Sang-won and Chae Shi-ra, the series spanned Korea's painful modern history from the Japanese colonial period to the Korean War. When it aired from 1991 to 1992, it reached a peak viewership rating of 58.4%.
In the Korean drama TV series "Immortal Admiral Yi Sun-sin", Won Gyun (played by Choi Jae-sung) is portrayed as a basically honorable man who is, however, very hot-tempered and stubbornly loyal to his king. In this depiction, Won and Yi Sun-shin are old friends who started their military careers together. As navy commanders they begin to disagree about strategies to fight the Japanese; Yi's careful and well thought-of tactics contrast with Won's preference to face the Japanese head-on. The resulting carelessness results in the near-destruction of the Joseon fleet. But in the end Won acknowledges that Yi has been right all along, and he nobly sacrifices himself to secure the retreat of his remaining men.