Synonyms for geun or Related words with geun
Examples of "geun"
-Hyeong (유근형 ; 柳根瀅) (April 5, 1894-January 20, 1993) was a Korean ceramist who specialised in celadon Goryeo ware. HIs name is also written "Yu
-Hyeong" or "Yu Kun-hyong" or "Yoo
After Kim Swoo
died in 1986, a victim of liver cancer at the age of 55, the Kim Swoo
Foundation (김수근문화재단) was established in his memory.
In 1992, Saki published a book about Japanese Resident-General of Korea Itō Hirobumi and Korean An Jung-
, titled "Itō Hirobumi to An Jung-
State visit, the President met with President Park
People with the single-syllable given name
-Hye (President of the Republic of Korea)
, also spelled Swoo-
, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 34 hanja with the reading "soo" and 18 hanja with the reading "
" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Korean given names containing the element "
The revelations about the relationship of Park
-hye and Choi Soon-sil have been resulting in mass demonstrations in Seoul, also known as the Emergency Citizen Action for the Park
-hye Administration's Resignation. Protesters called for the resignation of Park
Yuk Young-soo and Park Chung-hee had three children: daughters Park
-hye, the 11th president of South Korea, as well as Park
-ryoung and a son Park Ji-man.
-hye first defined this term as a presidential candidate in the 2012 publication of Creative Economy. Since 2013, President Park
-hye has announced various policies to fulfill the creative economy and perform the related tasks.
Jeon is married to actor Yoo Dong-
. They have one son and one daughter.
During her 2013 inaugural address, President Park
-hye defined the creative economy as:
(February 21, 1914 - May 6, 1965) was a Korean painter.
-chan was (Hangul: 하근찬) an early modern South Korean writer.
Jun Hyun-moo, Jung Eun-ji and Lee Soo-
were hosting the show.
Kim Kyung-Bum, Moon Won-
, Lim Jong-Heon, Jung Young-Ho, Bang In-Woong,
-hwa (Hangul: 이근화) is a South Korean modern poet and professor.
-hwa published her first poems in the review" Hyeondae Munhak" in 2004.
Note that, according to Gwon
, Korea was intentionally oversized (for practical reasons).
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