Synonyms for choi_jin or Related words with choi_jin

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Examples of "choi_jin"
Choi Jin-young (; November 17, 1970 – March 29, 2010) was a South Korean actor and singer.
The Legend of Gingko () is a 2000 South Korean film starring Choi Jin-sil.
Choi Jin-han is a South Korean former footballer and manager.
The Letter () is a 1997 South Korean film starring Choi Jin-sil and Park Shin-yang.
Choi Jin-ho (Hangul: 최진호, born May 26, 1968) is a South Korean movie actor.
Besides Shin Hyun-joon, he is also good friends with many actors and actresses like Jang Dong-gun, Ahn Jae-wook, Kim Jung-eun, Choi Jin-sil and Jung Woong-in. In 2008 MBC Drama Award Ceremony, he went up in behalf of Choi Jin-sil to claim her award and brought it back to Choi Jin-sil when he paid tribute to her. Jung Jun-ho was also the host when Jung Woong-in got married.
He moved to Ulsan Hyundai in exchange for Choi Jin-soo right after joined FC Anyang in February 2014.
Who Makes Me Crazy () is a 1995 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Lee Byung-hun and Choi Jin-sil.
Choi Jin-Sil committed suicide by hanging on 2 October 2008, at her home in Seoul. Her suicide was confirmed by the police. She was survived by her two children, her mother and younger brother Choi Jin-Young, who committed suicide a year and a half later.
Choi was the "big sister" who led the so-called "Choi Jin-Sil Association". It was a friendly group of close celebrities that included the comedians Lee Young-Ja and Jeong Sun-Hee, the models Hong Jin-Kyung and Lee So-Ra, and the actresses Choi Hwa-jung and Uhm Jung-hwa. After Choi's death, they founded "The Choi Jin-Sil Foundation" for charity.
After Choi Jin-sil committed suicide by hanging in October 2008, Cho was embroiled in a dispute with her bereaved family as he sought custody of his son Hwan-hee and daughter Jun-hee. Choi Jin-sil's younger brother, the singer Choi Jin-young, deemed Cho's move as a step to take over his late sister's wealth that her children were to inherit. The case was settled as Cho gave up his rights over her property, and the children were left in the legal custody of their maternal grandmother.
Choi's death resulted in a number of copycat suicides among Koreans, including celebrities. A year and a half later, Choi Jin-young also killed himself in March 2010.
How to Top My Wife () is a 1994 South Korean comedy film directed by Kang Woo-suk, starring Park Joong-hoon and Choi Jin-sil.
Choi Jin-Soo (; born 17 June 1990) is a South Korean footballer who plays as midfielder for Ansan Mugunghwa in K League Challenge.
Holiday in Seoul () is a 1997 South Korean film starring Choi Jin-sil. The film is two stories of four different people intertwine in Seoul's urban jungle.
(Pyungtek city chairman of the UPP), Kim Seok-young(Ansan city Sangrok Gap area chairman of the UPP), Choi Jin-seon(the representative
It is a remake of the hit 1990 film of the same title starring Park Joong-hoon and Choi Jin-sil.
Choi Jin-ho (; born 22 September 1989) is a South Korean football player who currently plays for K League Classic side Sangju Sangmu as a forward.
Choi Jin-ho () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Choi and the given name Jin-ho, and may also refer to:
Choi Jin-Cheul (born March 26, 1971) is a South Korean football player, who played for the K-League team Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.