Synonyms for hyeong or Related words with hyeong

gyu              hyung              gyeong              myeong              yeong              kyoung              beom              kyong              pyung              hyeok              deuk              ryeol              heon              shik              keun              jiwon              jungkim              kyeong              woong              kyu              hwakim              yeop              yeol              seong              byung              hyuk              kwang              ryong              cheol              gyung              yook              taek              haeng              jinlee              maeng              joong              byul              byeong              yeob              jinkim              gyun              gwang              deok              hyeon              hwan              ryul              chulpark              hyong              heelee              kyoo             



Examples of "hyeong"
Jinte is a typically high-rank hyeong, whose hanja can be read as "Battle East". The hyeong requires balance with one legged techniques, and is often seen at tournament hyeong competitions.
A hyeong is a systematic, prearranged sequence of martial techniques that is performed either with or without the use of a weapon. In traditional dojangs (training halls), hyeong are used primarily as a form of interval training that is useful in developing mushin, proper kinetics and mental and physical fortitude. Hyeong may resemble combat, but are artistically non-combative and woven together so as to be an effective conditioning tool. One's aptitude for a particular hyeong may be evaluated in competition. In such competitions, hyeong are evaluated by a panel of judges who base the score on many factors including energy, precision, speed, and control. In western competitions, there are two general classes of hyeong: creative and standard. Creative hyeong are created by the performer and are generally more acrobatic in nature and do not necessarily reflect the kinetic principles intrinsic in any martial system.
A hyeong is a systematic, prearranged sequence of martial techniques that is performed either with or without the use of a weapon. In "dojangs" (taekwondo training gymnasiums) hyeong are used primarily as a form of interval training that is useful in developing mushin, proper kinetics and mental and physical fortitude. Hyeong may resemble combat, but are artistically non-combative and woven together so as to be an effective conditioning tool. One's aptitude for a particular hyeong may be evaluated in competition. In such competitions, hyeong are evaluated by a panel of judges who base the score on many factors including energy, precision, speed, and control. In Western competitions, there are two general classes of hyeong: creative and standard. Creative hyeong are created by the performer and are generally acrobatic in nature and do not necessarily reflect the kinetic principles intrinsic in any martial system.
Some schools teach new students the gicho/kicho, "basic," hyeong:
Dangun is the second pattern or hyeong in the International Taekwon-Do Federation form of the Korean martial art taekwondo. Students learn that the hyeong represents "the holy legendary founder of Korea in the year 2333 BC." Unusually for a hyeong, all the punches in Dan Gun are high section (eye level) symbolising Dangun scaling a mountain, "see Dangun Hyeung".
Drama Park Keun-hyeong Kyeong-suk, Kyeong-suk's father
Yu 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 Geun-Hyeong" or "Yu Kun-hyong" or "Yoo Geun-hyung".
Following Jeong Hyeong-don's hiatus from broadcast activities beginning Episode 227, a system was introduced in which idols with whom Hyeong-don is close to would take turns co-hosting the show in his place.
Hyeong-woo is now a university professor who is persistently single.
Han Seung-hyeong joined J2 League club Matsumoto Yamaga FC in 2016.
Kim Hyeong-jun (; born August 8, 1968) is a South Korean film director, screenwriter and producer.
The World Tang Soo Do Association has modified the Kicho Hyeong, adding some kicks to it:
An Geon-hyeong (Hangul:안건형) (born Nov 15, 2000) is a South Korean figure skater.
At the Asian Championships he lost the final to Kim Hyeong-kyu (KOR) 13:15.
Yun I-hyeong (born in 1976) is a South Korean writer.
Hyeong-don's sudden departure left the producers of his shows in a difficult situation. Whereas Infinite Challenge went on relying on the remaining cast members without a direct replacement, and Weekly Idol invited idols who were friends of Hyeong-don to be special hosts of the show in his absence, producers of Please Take Care of My Refrigerator found it difficult to find hosts to fill in, and Hyeong-don officially withdrew from the show permanently on January 6, 2016.
Initially known by the name Sang-yi, Il-joo was born to her father's mistress. After her foster mother's death, II-joo is brought under the care of Hyeong-woo's family, who raise her as a close relative. She falls in love with Hyeong-woo, but gets extremely jealous when her close friend Eun-soo and Hyeong-woo fall for each other. She eventually takes matters into her own hands, betraying her friend and eventually rises up as a presidential candidate.
On November 12, 2015, FNC Entertainment announced that Hyeong-don would halt all activities due to a worsening of his anxiety disorder, making it difficult for him to continue appearing on television. At the time Hyeong-don was involved in several TV shows, including Infinite Challenge, Please Take Care of My Refrigerator, Weekly Idol, and more. The following day, Hyeong-don was hospitalized for his anxiety disorder.
Jo Hyeong (1606–1679) was a scholar-official of the Joseon Dynasty Korea in the 17th century.
Choe Hyeong-min (born April 15, 1990) is a South Korean cyclist riding for Geumsan Insam-Cello.