Synonyms for hyeok or Related words with hyeok

kyoung              woong              beom              hyung              cheol              kyong              kyeong              deok              heon              pyung              hyeon              gyu              shik              gyeong              yeong              myeong              seong              ryeol              deuk              gyung              ryul              byung              byeong              yeop              chul              ryong              myong              seol              hyong              junkim              jungkim              seop              hyeong              taek              keun              jinkim              pyong              heelee              hwakim              kwang              jinlee              hyuk              jiwon              seon              yeob              byun              byul              maeng              okkim              wook             

Examples of "hyeok"
Kwon Hyeok-soo () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Kwon and the given name Hyeok-soo, and may also refer to:
An Jang Hyeok (hangul:안장혁) (born October 8, 1968) is a South Korean voice actor.
Lim Do-hyeok (임도혁, born October 10, 1992) is from Gyeonggi, South Korea.
Kim Min-hyeok, Kim Min-hyuk or Kim Min-hyŏk may refer to:
The music video was directed by Kim Hye-jeong, and starred model Lee Su-hyeok.
To prevent another nuclear disaster, Jae-Hyeok and his co-workers return to the nuclear power plant.
As tensions rise between the North and South, Soo-hyeok and Sung-shik return to the North to say goodbye and celebrate Woo-jin's birthday, only to be discovered by a commanding officer from the North and resulting in a Mexican Standoff. Despite Woo-jin panicking and betraying his friends, Kyeong-pil convinces Woo-jin, Soo-hyeok and the officer to lower their weapons, only for Sung-shik to panic and shoot the commanding officer when he reaches for his radio; when Woo-jin draws his gun again, Sung-shik shoots him, and in a daze, shoots his corpse several times. Earlier in their friendship when Soo-hyeok is joking around with his gun, Kyeong-pil asked Soo-hyeok if he'd ever had to kill a man like he's had to, implying that Soo-hyeok doesn't know what it's like. Kyeong-pil slaps Sung-shik out of his daze, takes the gun from him and kills the still-alive officer, then persuades Soo-hyeok and Sung-shik to flee with a false alibi of being kidnapped, before throwing away the evidence that he and Woo-jin were fraternizing with Southern soldiers. After shooting Kyeong-pil in the shoulder to complete the alibi, Soo-hyeok and Sung-shik flee across the border, with the latter getting past unseen; as Soo-hyeok's wounded leg from the firefight prevents him from running, he is the only soldier seen and picked up by soldiers.
Jang Gil-hyeok (born May 30, 1987) is a South Korean football player who currently plays for Ratchaburi.
Shim Je-hyeok (born March 5, 1995) is a South Korean football player who plays for Seongnam FC.
Koo Bon-hyeok (born February 9, 1998) is a South Korean football player. He plays for Montedio Yamagata.
In a final endgame mission, Son Hyeok and his rogue team infiltrated NTS. They disabled the facility using an EMP device and tried to kill as many NTS agents as possible. Although many NTS agents were killed, Jung-woo, Director Kwon, and Hye-in managed to defeat them. In a showdown between Son Hyeok and Jung-woo, Jung-woo was proven the better fighter, but Son Hyeok stopped him at gun point. Hye-in intervened to stop Son Hyeok, but he couldn't stop. Therefore, Hye-in shoots Son Hyeok. Hye-in tried to kill herself to end the madness, but Son Hyeok wanted her to live. Soon, Son Hyeok died while Hye-in survives. After recovering from her injuries, Hye-in was given amnesty and she left South Korea. One year later, Jung-woo left NTS to be with Hye-in in New Zealand. He found and surprised her in Auckland, where he hopes to start a happy chapter with her. The drama ends with the main couple smiling at each other.
30 April 2014, Shim Je-hyeok scored a debut goal at a debut game against Incheon United.
Eventually Rex falls in love with Sang-mi, but Sang-mi is still in love with Hyeok-ju.
Kwon Hyeok Soo (hangul:권혁수, born on October 9, 1954) is a Korean voice actor. He joined the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation's voice acting division in 1976. Currently, Kwon Hyeok Soo is cast in the Korea TV Edition of "24" as George Mason (24 character), replacing Xander Berkeley.
Actor, Im Hyeok-pil criticized many of the South Korean politicians who evaded their conscription service for taking roles in resolving the shooting incident.
On February 7, 2010, Lim Soo-Hyeok died from a cardiac dysrhythmia when he was taken into Kangdong Sacred Heart Hospital in eastern Seoul.
Kim Min-hyeok (; born 27 February 1992) is a South Korean professional footballer who is playing for Sagan Tosu in the J. League Division 1 as a defender.
Kim Hyeok-jin (; born 6 March 1991) is a South Korean footballer who plays as midfielder for Suwon FC in K League Challenge.
Sophie is eventually removed from the case when it's discovered that her father, a former POW, had North Korean ties during the Korean War, thus technically making her a non-neutral. Before leaving, she attempts to informally learn of the true events first with Kyeong-pil and then Soo-hyeok. Having asked Kyeong-pil if he had a message for Soo-hyeok, Sophie gives Soo-hyeok the lighter he first gave to Kyeong-pil. Before saying goodbye and wishing him well, she reveals that Kyeong-pil told her that he saw Soo-hyeok's gun actually shot Woo-jin first during the chaos before Sung-shik shot him. On his way out, Soo-hyeok steals an officer's pistol and commits suicide out of guilt for Woo-jin's death and Sung-shik's suicide attempt. The film concludes with an American tourist's photograph of the joint security area that accidentally contains all four soldiers prior to the incident.
Dr. Kwon accepted the mission, but it was nearly ruined by an Athena team, led by Son Hyeok (Cha Seung-won). Ultimately, Dr. Kwon managed to secured Dr. Kim's retrieval, but he was caught himself by Son Hyeok and tortured for information. Son Hyeok was supposed to kill Dr. Kwon, but he let him live out of momentary mercy. Three years after those events, President Cho re-enlisted Dr. Kwon to serve as the director of the new counter-terrorism task force, NTS (National Anti-Terror Service), to protect South Korea's future from aggressive foreign enemies trying to steal Dr. Kim's nuclear technology.