Synonyms for go_kyung_pyo or Related words with go_kyung_pyo

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Examples of "go_kyung_pyo"
Go Kyung-pyo (; born June 11, 1990) is a South Korean actor and comedian.
Chicago Typewriter () is an upcoming South Korean television series starring Yoo Ah-in, Im Soo-jung and Go Kyung-pyo. It will premiere on April 7, 2017, with episodes every Friday and Saturday at 20:00 (KST) on tvN.
Cantabile Tomorrow (; lit. Nae-il's Cantabile) is a South Korean television series adapted from the Japanese manga "Nodame Cantabile" by Tomoko Ninomiya. Starring Joo Won and Shim Eun-kyung with Park Bo-gum, Go Kyung-pyo and Baek Yoon-sik, it aired on KBS2 from October 13 to December 2, 2014 for 16 episodes.
Coin Locker Girl (; lit. Chinatown) is a 2015 South Korean film written and directed by Han Jun-hee, starring Kim Hye-soo and Kim Go-eun with Park Bo-gum and Go Kyung-pyo. It was selected to screen in the International Critics' Week section of the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
Weather caster, Pyo Na-ri (Gong Hyo-jin), and news anchor, Lee Hwa-shin (Jo Jung-suk), are long-time colleagues at SBC broadcasting station. Na-ri has had a crush on Hwa-shin three years ago but things change when she meets the perfect man Go Jung-won (Go Kyung-pyo), a chaebol heir and close friend of Hwa-shin.
Jealousy Incarnate () is a South Korean television series starring Gong Hyo-jin, Jo Jung-suk, Go Kyung-pyo, Lee Mi-sook, Park Ji-young, Lee Sung-jae and Seo Ji-hye. It aired every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:00 (KST) on SBS from August 24 to November 10, 2016 for 24 episodes.
The third season ran from September 8 to November 15, 2012 for seventeen episodes. The cast members were Jang Jin, Shin Dong-yup, Kim Won-hae, Jung Sung-ho, Park Sang-woo, Kim Min-kyo, Jung Myung-ok, Lee Sang-hoon, Oh Cho-hee, Jang Yoon-seo, Son Bo-min, Seo Yu-ri, Han Seo-jin, Kwon Hyeok-su, Go Kyung-pyo, and Kim Seul-gie.
Currently, he serves both as a recurring stage director and actor of his works in South Korean arts circle, and considered as a de facto member of "Jang Jin's Division" (장진사단), alongside Kim Seul-gie, Go Kyung-pyo, Kwon Hyeok-su, and others. He has also been coaching his fellow stage actors like Chae Dong-hyeon, Yoon Gyung-ho, and Seo Seong-min. He admires Steven Chow as his role model, who numerously covers both comic and tragic acts.
On January 22, 2016 Ahn Jae-hong, Ryu Jun-yeol, and Go Kyung-pyo were surprised by "Youth Over Flowers" team during the last day of their "Reply 1988"'s celebratory vacation in Phuket, Thailand and were taken to Namibia. Park Bo-gum who had returned from Phuket early for his "Music Bank" filming was taken right after the recording concluded. The actors stayed in Namibia and Zimbabwe for 10 days and returned to South Korea on February 2, 2016.
The second season ran from May 26 to July 14, 2012 for eight episodes. The cast members were Jang Jin, Lee Han-wi, Kim Won-hae, Kang Sung-jin, Jang Young-nam, Jung Sung-ho, Kim Min-kyo, Lee Sang-hoon, Jung Myung-ok, Kang Yu-mi, Im Hye-young, Park Sang-woo, Ahn Young-mi, Kwon Hyeok-su, Go Kyung-pyo, and Kim Seul-gie.
Reply 1988 () is a South Korean television series starring Lee Hye-ri, Park Bo-gum, Go Kyung-pyo, Ryu Jun-yeol and Lee Dong-hwi. Set in the year 1988, it revolves around five friends and their families living in the same neighborhood of Ssangmun-dong, Dobong District, Northern Seoul. It aired every Friday and Saturday from November 6, 2015, to January 16, 2016, on tvN at 7:50 (KST) for 20 episodes.
In 2012, Ryu started acting in short films and independent productions, before being cast in a bit part in the 2013 feature film "INGtoogi: The Battle of Internet Trolls". In late 2015, Ryu gained public recognition through starring in the teen series "Reply 1988", alongside Lee Hye-ri, Park Bo-gum, Go Kyung-pyo, and Lee Dong-hwi. He then starred in the romantic comedy "Lucky Romance" alongside Hwang Jung-eum. Ryu also has supporting roles in the 2017 films "The King" and "Silent Witness".
Written and directed by filmmaker and playwright Jang Jin, the show was officially announced on November 24, 2011 at a roundtable press conference in Cheongdam-dong. The original cast was composed of 17 members: Jang Jin, Ahn Young-mi, Lee Han-wi, Jung Woong-in, Kim Bin-woo, Jang Young-nam, Kim Won-hae, Lee Hae-young, Lee Chul-min, Lee Sang-hoon, Park Joon-seo, Kim Ji-young, Kim Ji-kyung, Min Seo-hyun, Han Seo-jin, Go Kyung-pyo, and Kim Seul-gie. The premiere episode on December 3, 2011 was hosted by actor Kim Joo-hyuk.
In 2014, Krystal joined the ballad group S.M. the Ballad, initially formed by S.M. Entertainment in 2010. On the group's 2nd album "Breath", she sang the Japanese version of the title track "Breath" with TVXQ's Changmin. She also sang a duet with EXO's Chen titled "When I Was... When U Were...". Krystal performed her duet with Chen live at the "S.M. The Ballad Joint Recital" on February 12. In March, she made a cameo appearance in "Potato Star 2013QR3". Go Kyung-pyo noted on having the singer's cameo as "a joyful memory to remember". Krystal then released the song "Say Yes" for the movie "Make Your Move", a collaboration with Jessica and EXO's then-member Kris.
Jay Park and Park Eun-ji joined as regular cast members (they had both previously hosted in season 3). Meanwhile, Jang Jin, Go Kyung-pyo, and Oh Cho-hee exited the program. The season 4 cast members were Shin Dong-yup, Kim Won-hae, Lee Sang-hoon, Ahn Young-mi, Kim Min-kyo, Kim Seul-gie, Jung Sung-ho, Jung Myung-ok, Kwon Hyeok-su, Park Sang-woo, Seo Yu-ri, Lee Byung-jin, Jin Won, Jay Park, and Park Eun-ji. New cast additions later in the season were Choi Il-gu, Yoo Se-yoon, 2EYES, and Clara. Jin Won exited the show on episode 18, and Kim Seul-gie did the same on episode 24.