Synonyms for deok or Related words with deok

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Examples of "deok"
However, Deok-ee is horrified when the now-experienced Chung-ee manages to return home. Chung-ee reveals that she already knows what Deok-ee had done to her family, including recommending the mock ophthalmologist, promising to return her revenge back to her. Through her client, a Japanese man (Shinjo Huta) who controls Mr. Choi's casino, Deok-ee's contract with Mr. Choi is concluded while the ophthalmologist is murdered. Chung-ee then forces Deok-ee into a surgery to give her eyes to her father. Before the operation, Hak-kyu apologizes to the tearful Deok-ee, telling her that he will make everything right for her and Chung-ee.
Choi Deok-moon (born 1970) is a South Korean actor.
During the Hungnam Evacuation of 1950 in the Korean War, when thousands of refugees in what would become North Korea were transported south by U.S. Navy boats, a child, Deok-soo, loses track of his sister, Mak-soon. Because of this, Deok-soo's father stays behind to search for her, telling his son to take the boy's mother and two younger siblings to the port city of Busan, where Deok-soo's aunt runs an imported goods store. Before leaving Deok-soo and the rest of his family, the father makes his Deok-soo promise to be the head of the household in his place.
Junior Foreman Kim Pan-sool reports the plans to Moon-seon, who orders him to make the trip and prevent East Gate from getting the ship. When he discovers that Man-deok has dressed as a sailor, he insists that she travel with the crew composed of Dong-ah, Mangwan, Yoo Bong, Deok-pal, Pan-sool and herself. Moon-seon finds out that Man-deok is on board. Senior Foreman Go and Granny realize that Man-deok violated her departure prohibition order and make up a ruse that Man-deok is away from the East Gate compound on an errand to collect medicinal herbs.
News spreads of Senior Foreman Go's death. Granny demands that Mu allow them to have proper mourning observance by bringing his body back to East Gate. Moon-seon pays her respects and invites Granny and Man-deok to work for her. Man-deok rebuffs Moon-seon's friendship. Moon-seon overhears how fond the island's people are of Man-deok.
In 386, the prince Go Dam-deok, the later King Gwanggaeto the Great, was designated heir to the throne. It is said Dam-deok served his father in battlefields since he was teenager.
The film closes with the now blind Deok-ee sitting near a lake and grabbing the hand of Hak-kyu, who watches her and says "Deok-ee, I love you".
A few years pass, and Deok-soo's aunt dies. Deok-soo's uncle, now elderly and in need of money, decides to sell the imported goods store, a move Deok-soo disagrees with. Deok-soo decides to leave Korea again in the 1970s for war-torn Vietnam, partly to fulfill his sister's wish for a big wedding by earning enough money to purchase the imported goods store from his uncle. Young-ja is worried, knowing the dangers of war, but Deok-soo convinces her to see it his way, partly by roping his best friend Dal-goo into going. Despite his assurances to his wife that he's safe, Deok-soo returns to Korea with a lame leg, the result of getting shot while helping villagers escape from the Viet Cong.
Mother of Lee Gi Yeong, Lee Gi Cheol, Lee Oh Deok.
Lee Deok-hwa (born May 8, 1952) is a South Korean actor.
In the present day, an elderly Deok-soo finally decides to sell his aunt's imported goods store, which up to this point he stubbornly refused to do despite the store's losing money. In a flashback to the Hungnam Evacuation, Deok-soo's father promises to reunite with the rest of the family at the store, thus explaining why Deok-soo bought and held on to the store so long. In the final scene, Deok-soo tells his wife that it's time to sell the store, wistfully remarking that his father is probably too old at this point to be still alive and reunite with him there.
Deok-su (pronounced ), also spelled Deok-soo, Duk-soo, or Duck-soo, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There is one hanja with the reading "deok" (, meaning "morality") and 67 hanja with the reading "su" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Ryu Deok-hwan (; born June 12, 1987) is a South Korean actor.
Father of Lee Gi Yeong, Lee Gi Cheol, Lee Oh Deok.
Seo Gyeong-deok (1489–1546) was a Korean Neo-Confucianist philosopher during the Joseon Dynasty.
An Jong Deok (Hangul:안종덕) (born 1972) is a South Korean voice actor.
Seo Deok-Kyu (Hangul: 서덕규, October 22, 1978) is a South Korean football player.
Han Deok-su (1907–2001) founded the General Association of Korean Residents in Japan (Chongryon) in 1955.
Granny and Man-deok decide to investigate Pan-sool's whereabouts the night the before the ship departed.
The scholars Pak Je-ga, Yu Deuk-gong and Yi Deok-mu were influenced by Park Ji-won.