Synonyms for choi_jong or Related words with choi_jong

ryong              pyung              yoo_jae              kim_seong              taek              keun              kim_tae              geun              choi_jae              gyu              hwang_jae              kim_yeong              woong              lee_seung              kim_myung              kyoung              yoon_jung              jung_hae              choi_eun              lee_myung              seop              ahn_jae              kim_hyo              jung_suk              byeong              kim_hak              byung              kim_dae              ryeol              kim_yong              jung_joon              byoung              hyo              kim_jong              jeong_jae              jung_yong              kim_kwang              beom              yeol              choi_hyun              kyong              hwan              kwang              gwang              jung_hyun              myong              myeong              ryul              yoon_jong              bong_soo             



Examples of "choi_jong"
Choi Jong-hoan (or Choi Jong-hwan, ; born August 12, 1987) is a South Korean football player who currently plays for Sangju Sangmu. Originally an attacking midfielder, he has been converted to a right-back.
Jungjong is portrayed by Choi Jong-hwan in Saimdang: Light's Diary in 2017.
Choi Jong-Hyuk (; born 3 September 1984) is a South Korean football midfielder.
In 2015, Choi Jong-hoon appeared in webdrama "Prince of Prince", and drama "Heroes".
Changjo was born Choi Jong-hyun on November 16, 1995 in Chuncheon, South Korea.
Choi Jong-Bum (; born 27 March 1978) is a former South Korea football midfielder.
In December 2012, it was announced that Choi Jong-hoon joined the second season of tvN's "The Romantic & Idol".
Denys Hotfrid of Ukraine won the gold medal. Evgeny Shishlyannikov of Russia finished second and Korean weightlifter Choi Jong-keun finished third and won the bronze.
Choi Jong-ok (born 15 August 1945) is a South Korean former volleyball player who competed in the 1972 Summer Olympics.
"Distance" was written by Kenn Kato, Song Seunghyun and Lee Jaejin, and composed by Corin. "Life" and "Venus" were written by Lee Jaejin and Kenn Kato; the former was composed by Choi Jong-hoon, the latter by Lee Jaejin .
Choi Jong-il (born November 5, 1965) is a South Korean president and CEO of Iconix Entertainment. Choi is best known as the creator of Pororo, a cartoon penguin which is a global hit.
Choi Jong-duk (born 24 June 1954) is a Korean football Midfielder who played for South Korea in the 1980 Asian Cup. He also played for Korea University, Army Chungeui FC and POSCO FC, Hallelujah FC, Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso.
Choi Jong-hyun (born November 16, 1995), better known by his stage name Changjo, is a South Korean singer and actor. He is best known as a member of the South Korean boy group Teen Top.
"Polar Star" was written and composed by Hiroki Horiko. "Fallin' for You" was written by Lee Jae-jin and Kenn Kato, and composed by Lee. "Beautiful World" was written by Kato and composed by Choi Jong-hoon.
"Our national image is being harmed and we are trying to resolve the situation," Choi Jong-won, an official at the environment ministry, tells me. "But the bears are private property and it is difficult to abolish the practice overnight."
Choi Jong-hwan (; born September 24, 1965) is a South Korean actor. Choi won Producer's Award for his role in "Gyebaek" and "The Duo" at the MBC Drama Awards in 2011.
The statue of Guanyin(Gwanse-eum) in Gilsangsa Temple in Seoul, South Korea was sculpted by a Catholic sculptor Choi Jong-tae, who modeled the statue after Virgin Mary in hopes of religious reconciliation in Korean society.
In March 1965, Choi Jong-duk moved from the nearby Ulleungdo to the islets to make a living from fishing. He also helped install facilities from May 1968. In 1981, Choi Jong-dok changed his administrative address to the Liancourt Rocks, making himself the first person to officially live there. He died there in September 1987. His son-in-law, Cho Jun-ki, and his wife also resided there from 1985 until they moved out in 1992. Meanwhile, in 1991, Kim Sung-do and Kim Shin-yeol transferred to the islets as permanent residents, still continuing to live there.
M&D released their debut digital single "Close Ur Mouth" on June 22, 2011. They also released their music video, starring various artists, including F.T. Island's Choi Jong-hoon and Lee Hong-gi, Supreme Team's Simon D, Miss A's Jia, Beast's Yong Jun-hyung and Comedian Kim Kyung Jin.
"Neverland" was written by Junji Ishiwatari and composed by Youwhich, Daichi and Choi Jong Hun. "Wanna Go" and "Yuki" were written by Song Seunghyun and Kenn Kato and both songs were composed by Song Seunghyun and Choi Minhwan; the former was additionally composed by Corin.