Synonyms for choi_jeong or Related words with choi_jeong

kim_myung              ahn_jae              kim_seong              kim_yeong              yeol              lee_seung              kim_gwang              yoon_jung              byeong              jung_yong              lee_kwang              jeong_jae              ryong              seo_hyun              woong              keum              choi_eun              choi_yong              taek              pyung              kang_tae              hyo              heon              kyoung              geun              kyeong              choi_jong              yoo_seung              gyung              gyu              jeong_eun              yeom_dong              seoung              yoon_jong              yoo_jae              byoung              jung_hyun              choi_seung              yoon_ji              ji_seok              heum              beom              kim_dae              kim_hyung              kim_hyo              hyeon              seop              jung_yoon              choi_jae              kyong             

Examples of "choi_jeong"
Twenty-one-year-old third baseman Choi Jeong was named the series MVP.
The operator of the train, Choi Jeong-hwan (aged 31), failed to notify subway officials immediately of the fire.
A student of Yoo Chang-hyuk, Choi Jeong became a professional Go payer in 2010. She won Female Myungin from 2012 to 2015.
Choi Jeong (Hangul: 최정; born February 28, 1987 in Icheon, South Korea) is a third baseman who plays for the SK Wyverns in the Korea Baseball Organization. He bats and throws right-handed.
In 2015, Park signed a four-year, $8.12 million, contract with the NC Dinos, becoming the most expensive third baseman—breaking the 4 year, $7.28 million mark previously set by Choi Jeong of the SK Wyverns—in the KBO.
Choi Jeong (born 7 October 1996), or Choi Jung, is a South Korean professional Go player and, , the highest ranked Korean female player with an ELO rating of 3303.
In August 2004, Park was selected for the South Korean under-18 national team and participated in the World Junior Baseball Championship held in Taiwan. There he helped the team clinch bronze, leading the team's attack alongside future KBO League stars Kang Jung-ho and Choi Jeong.
The Korea Office of Civil Aviation (KOCA,) is the South Korean civil aviation authority. It is subordinate to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT). The head office is in the Sejong Government Complex in Sejong City. As of 2013 the Deputy Minister of the Office of Civil Aviation is Dr. Choi Jeong-ho.
As members left to further their studies and careers, newcomers of various backgrounds filled their positions. From 2002 to 2004, the following people joined the organization: CHOE BoYun, YANG Ji-Hyun, PARK Sueyoung, CHO Yoon-Jeong, SONG Ki-Won, Albert Lee, Mike Cho, CHOI Sung-Oh, LEE Su-Kil, KIM Min-Hyang, KIM Hye-Won, and CHOI JEONG-Hee.
SK went to the Korean Series again in 2008, once again facing their main rivals, Doosan Bears. In a repeat of 2007, SK defeated Doosan to become 2 time Korean Series Champions. Twenty-one-year-old 3rd baseman Choi Jeong was named the 2008 Korean Series MVP.
A new production which used the original London production sets, began previews 19 November 2013 and opened on 24 November. Joo Won, Kim Joon-hyun and Kim Woo-hyung share the role of Sam; Ivy and Park Ji-yeon appear as Molly; with Oda Mae played by Choi Jeong-Won or Jeong Young-Joo and Carl by Lee Chang-Hee and Lee Kyung-Soo.
Choi Jeong Hwa (Korean: 최정화, born 1961 in Seoul) is an artist and designer whose work moves between the disciplines of visual art, graphic design, industrial design and architecture. His inspiration comes from popular culture and day-to-day life. Large-scale outdoor sculptures crafted from diverse materials such as consumer goods, balloons, wires, as well as recycled and found objects are the hallmarks of Choi’s playful repertoire.
Jean-Luc and Takako Richard opened their first gallery in September 1989 under the name of Galerie OZ in the Bastille area of Paris. Galerie Oz first promoted new digital art with Vera Molnar and Artus Pixel. Galerie OZ established its reputation by bringing together Barocco artists such as Arch Connelly, Rhonda Zwillinger, Christopher Tanner, Pepon Osorio, for the first time in Paris. Galerie OZ also represented Robert Groborne, Milan Kunc, Joost Van den Toorn, Robert Kushner, Choi Jeong Hwa, Attila Richard Lukacs, Christophe Avella-Bagur, Stefan Hoenerloh, Laszlo Feher and Rainer Gross. Additionally, Galerie OZ exhibited photographers such as Erwin Olaf, Bae Bien-U, Jacqueline Hassink.
On August 7, the Daegu District Court convicted Choi Sang-yeol, operator of train 1080, and Choi Jeong-hwan, operator of train 1079, sentencing them to prison for five and four years respectively for criminal negligence. Kim Dae-han was convicted of arson and homicide. Although prosecutors and victims' families had pushed for the death penalty, the court instead sentenced him to life imprisonment on account of his remorse and mental instability. Kim died in prison on August 31, 2004, in the city of Jinju, where he had been receiving medical treatment. His cause of death is unknown.
SK continued their habit of scoring early as Kim Jae-hyeon again opened the scoring with a double to bring in Jeong Keun-woo in the first. Doosan's bats struggled, only managing to get on base with two walks and a hit over five innings. SK were getting runners most innings, but were unable to take advantage until the fifth, when back-to-back home runs from Cho Dong-hwa and Kim Jae-hyun put them up 3-0. Wyverns third baseman Choi Jeong made it four when his single brought in Jeong Kyeong-bae who had walked to first and advanced on a bunt from Park Kyung-oan.
South Korean transport ministry officials ordered Korean Air and Asiana to check engines and landing equipment on all 48 of their model 777 aircraft and announced that the government would conduct special inspections on the nation's eight carriers through August 25, 2013. "The measures could include [changing] rules on training flights if needed," Deputy Minister for Civil Aviation Choi Jeong-ho told reporters. The officials also said South Korea had no fatal air crashes between December 1999 and the July 2011 crash of an Asiana freighter.
After the 2015 census, it was revealed that foreign-origin family names were becoming more common in South Korea, due to naturalised citizens transcribing their surnames in hangul. Between 2000 and 2015, more than 4,800 new surnames were registered. During the census, a total of 5,582 distinct surnames were collected, 73% of which do not have corresponding hanja characters. It was also revealed that despite the surge in the number of surnames, the ratio of top 10 surnames had not changed. 44.6% of South Koreans are still named Kim, Lee or Park, while the rest of the top 10 are made up of Choi, Jeong, Kang, Jo, Yoon, Jang and Lim.
The game started off as a pitcher's duel, with both pitchers scoring several strike-outs each, more notably Lee. Both teams struck in the 4th inning, putting 1 run on the board each. SK went ahead 3-1 in the 6th, as young 3rd baseman Choi Jeong hit a 2 run home run on the first pitch of reliever Lee Jae-woo. Doosan answered back with a solo home run from relief catcher Choi Seung-hwan in the 7th, but SK held onto their 1-run lead to close the game up and take a 2-1 lead in the series.
Doosan had scoring opportunities almost every inning, but failed. However, SK rarely was able to get runners on base, shut down by the superb pitching of Kim Sun-woo. A reversal of fortunes came about in the 7th inning, as Sk was able to load the bases. Catcher Park Kyung-oan, who has hitless in the series, hammered a linedrive towards 3rd, hurting Kim Dong-joo's hand, and causing him to drop the ball. Sk would add one more to the scoreboard in the 8th, as Park Jae-sang hit a single, and came home with a hit from Choi Jeong.
Kim enjoyed another solid season in 2008, racking up 104 RBIs with a 309 batting average, 18 home runs and 112 hits. He was runner-up for the RBI title, 5th in slugging percentage, 4th in on-base percentage, and 9th in home runs. Kim won his third Golden Glove Award at third base, edging out Choi Jeong by 22 votes. In August, Kim competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China as a member of the South Korean national team that won their first Olympic gold medal. In the tournament, he batted .294 with 5 hits in 17 at-bats, scoring 4 runs as a starting third baseman.