Synonyms for eung or Related words with eung

heon              deuk              pyong              hwakim              kyong              pyung              maeng              gyung              gyeong              kyoung              ryeon              ryeol              byeon              kyeong              seon              hyon              hyong              myong              kyoo              heepark              hyeok              cheon              byong              jinlee              yeong              sookim              yeop              deok              kwang              heelee              myeong              yook              ryong              youngoh              seol              jinkim              keum              seop              sunkim              beomgyun              eunkim              gyu              seong              weon              ryol              hyeong              okkim              jungkim              gwang              poong             



Examples of "eung"
Being without a son, Heonan chose his relative Kim Eung-ryeom as his heir. After his death, Kim Eung-ryeom took the throne, becoming King Gyeongmun. His tomb in Gyeongju was known as the "Gongjakji" (공작지/孔雀趾).
Lee Ho-eung (born 15 February 1978) is a South Korean short track speed skater.
The current grandmaster of the system is Eung-Sun Kang, who travels around the world as an artistic dancer and martial arts instructor.
At the 1998 Winter Olympics he won a silver medal in 5000 m relay, together with teammates Chae Ji-Hoon, Lee Ho-Eung and Kim Dong-Sung.
South Korean martial arts choreographers Eung Jun Lee and his stunt team of Volcano High (Korean: 화산고, Hwasango) 2001 South Korean film.
Joo Min-ja (Cha Hwa-yeon) and her younger sister Joo Ae-ja (Lee Eung-kyung) both understand that the most valuable possession in one's life is family.
Kim Eung-soo (Korean: 김응수, born February 12, 1961) is a South Korean actor. Kim lived in Japan for seven years, where he studied filmmaking at the Japan Institute of the Moving Image.
Yeom Dong-jin(korean:염동진, hanja廉東振, February 14, 1902 – 1950(?)) was a Korean politician, independent artist. Leader of Baikuisa(hangul:백의사), of Korean terrorist Groups. Another name was Yeon Eung-Taik(korean:염응택, hanja廉應澤).
Kim Eung-Ryong (born September 15, 1941) is the former manager of the Hanwha Eagles of Korea Baseball Organization. He was the former manager of the Haitai Tigers (1983–2000) and Samsung Lions (2000–04).
Hanshin University is a private university in the Seoul National Capital Area of South Korea. The campus is located in Osan City, Gyeonggi province. The current president is Yoon, Eung Jin.
Yu Eung-bu (died 1456) was a military official of the early Joseon Dynasty and is remembered as one of the six martyred ministers. Yu was born in Pocheon; his date of birth and lineage are not known with certainty.
Eagle Han-ying (Korean name known for Kim Young Il and also known as Han Eung outside the Korea) was a Korean and Hong Kong actor and martial artist.
Juk () and mieum (미음) or eung-i (응이) are types of rice porridge usually served in the morning. "Juk" is thicker than "mieum" in texture, latter of which is similar to the Western gruel.
Kim Jae-hyeon (; born March 9, 1987) is a South Korean football player who currently plays for Seoul E-Land as a central defender. He changed his name from Kim Eung-jin in 2015.
Lee Eung-kyung (born February 3, 1966) is a South Korean actress. She began her acting career in 1987, and has since appeared in films and television dramas such as "Palace of Dreams" and "Aeja's Older Sister, Minja".
Park Jae-seo is 25th generation of Park Eung-ju (박응주) (who was the known starter of Park of Bannam (hangul: 반남 박씨)), and is carrying on the legacy of Andong "soju" that has been passed down in his family for 500 years. For preserving this tradition, Park Jae-seo was designated as "Korean food grand master No.6" in July, 1995.
The Interior Minister of South Korea, Suh Chung-hwa and the national police chief, A Eung-mo, offered to resign as a form of atonement for Woo's rampage. Suh Chung-hwa, being held responsible for the incident by president Chun Doo-hwan, laid his office down on April 29, and Roh Tae-woo was appointed Interior Minister.
The cinematography, directing and acting by K-horror mainstays Kim Eung-soo and Ye Soo-jeong have earned the film praise as "visually as well as intellectually impressive, with some gorgeous cinematography and wonderfully composed shots," and "a significant contribution to rehabilitating K-horror's international reputation."
Cha made his theater debut in 2012 in the stage play "Bring Me My Chariot Fire" alongside Japanese actors Tsuyoshi Kusanagi, Ryoko Hirosue, Teruyuki Kagawa, and Korean veteran actor Kim Eung-soo. Set in the historically turbulent early 1900s, the plot focuses on the friendship of artists from Korea and Japan who work together to preserve traditional Korean arts.
Kim Eung-Heon (also transcribed as Kim Ung-hyon) (응현, 膺 顯) (1927–2007) was a prominent South Korean calligrapher. In 1956, Kim and others supporters of Korean traditional culture established the Tongbang Yonsohoe for the purpose of researching and promoting Eastern calligraphy. The calligrapher served as president of this organization, promoting the art form in a number of East Asian countries.