Synonyms for hyoung or Related words with hyoung

byoung              hyon              hyong              kyoung              keum              yeop              myong              jinho              weon              keun              youn              taeyoung              byun              cheon              yeom              kyong              soyeon              jimin              jiwon              jaemin              myoung              sunghyun              hwakim              gwon              dabin              soohyun              seungwoo              reum              jaehoon              jinlee              youngoh              hyeok              gwak              hyoun              minlee              jungkim              jaeho              yongseok              jaehwan              junkim              jinkim              huei              jinhee              hyejin              hyouk              ryeol              kwang              jihyun              jiyoung              taik             



Examples of "hyoung"
Ok Sik Yang; Seong Gon Choi; Jun Kyun Choi; Jung Soo Park; Hyoung Jun Kim;
Lee June-hyoung was born in Seoul, South Korea. His mother, Oh Ji Youn, is a figure skating coach.
Jang Sun-hyoung (born 16 July 1975) is a Korean former basketball player who competed in the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Kim Ju-Hyoung () is a South Korean football player, who currently plays as a forward for Chungju Hummel.
In Milan, Italy, Lee June-hyoung became the first Korean male skater to medal at an ISU competition.
Kim Tae-hyoung (born September 12, 1967) is a South Korean professional baseball manager of the Doosan Bears of Korea Baseball Organization.
Lee Jong-hwa, Chun Chang-hee, Park Chul-woo, Lim Si-hyoung, You Kwang-woo, Moon Sung-min, Hwang Dong-il, Kang Young-jun, Shin Yung-suk, Park Sung-ryul, Hong Jung-pyo, Kim Dong-kun
Park Hyoung-su (born August 11, 1972) is a male South Korean writer of fiction born in Chuncheon, Gangwan-do, South Korea. His short story Krabi, named after the Thai resort, has been published in a bilingual edition in France.
Red Family () is a 2013 South Korean drama film directed by Lee Ju-Hyoung. It was written, produced and co-edited by the renowned art house moviemaker Kim Ki-duk.
In an experiment, done by Jae-Hyoung Song, Sung Wook Chae and Kyung-Ah Yoon and more, had proved that "Zanthoxylum coreanum" contains antiviral against PEDV (porcine epidemic diarrhea virus). Further studies are necessary to know what causes the antiviral against PEDV.
LOEN Entertainment announced on April 12, 2013 that they would be debuting their first male idol group named "History" on 26th of that month. At the same time, they unveiled two of the group's members, Kim Si-hyoung (who had previously appeared on "Ulzzang Generation Season 3") and Jang Yi-jeong (who had appeared on "Birth of a Great Star 2").
In 2012, Park played his professional rookie season with the Lions' farm league affiliate. In the 2012 KBO Futures League for the reserve teams, he batted .254 with 20 RBI and 3 stolen bases. Park made his first KBO League appearance on September 13, 2013, as a pinch runner for Choi Hyoung-woo, who had singled, but did not score.
In 1997, Toy released the third studio album "Present" and also started a record label named Toy Music (currently Antenna Music). After a six-year hiatus from "Fermata" (2001), the band released their sixth studio album "Thank You", with the title song "A Passionate Goodbye" () featuring vocals by E Z Hyoung.
Code Name: Jackal (; lit. "The Jackal Is Coming" or "Here Comes the Jackal") is a 2012 South Korean action comedy film, starring Song Ji-hyo, Kim Jae-joong of JYJ, and Oh Dal-su. The film was directed by Bae Hyoung-jun, whose works included "Too Beautiful to Lie" and "Once Upon a Time". It was produced by Nomad Films and distributed by Lotte Entertainment. It was released on 15 November 2012 and ran for 105 minutes.
Currently, ASIA Publishers is printing a "K-Fiction Series", which is intended to appeal to a younger audience. This series includes authors Park Min-gyu and Son Bo-mi, who represent the cutting edge of contemporary Korean fiction. The current book titles include: Dinner with Buffet (Park Min-gyu); Arpan (Park hyoung su); My Clint Eastwood (Oh Han-ki); Dishonored (Choi Min-Woo); and, Hot Air Balloon (Son Bo-mi), with more to follow.
Choi Hyoung-woo (born December 16, 1983) is South Korean professional baseball outfielder who starred for the Samsung Lions from 2008 through 2016. He led the KBO League in home runs (30) and RBIs (118) in 2011 and in batting average (.376) and RBIs (144) in 2016. In November 2016 he signed a four-year free agent contract with the Kia Tigers of KBO League, becoming the first player in KBO history to receive a 10 billion won ($8.5 million) contract.
Lee June-hyoung (Hangul:이준형) (born October 28, 1996) is a South Korean figure skater. He is the 2014 JGP France champion and a three-time South Korean national champion (2013, 2015, 2016). He is the first South Korean male figure skater who stood on the podium and won gold at ISU events. Also, he is the first Korean male skater to qualify for the ISU Junior Grand Prix Final.
The company has built a $1 billion manufacturing plant in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo León, which produces 300,000 cars a year. Details of the factory, built in the city of Pesquería, were revealed in a joint press conference given by Kia Motors CEO Hyoung-Keun Lee and the President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto in Mexico City on 28 August 2014. The plant was expected to be completed in the first half of 2016. This factory is involved in controversies because was built on unevenly purchased land and the construction agreement was made with advantage conditions and out of the local dispositions to Kia.
Ha Hyung-joo (born June 3, 1962) also known by Ha Hyoung-zoo, is a retired judoka from South Korea. In 1981, he became the first open division champion to represent South Korea at the Asian Judo Championships in Jakarta. Ha represented his native country at the Judo at the 1984 Summer Olympics, and claimed the gold medal in the men's half heavyweight division (– 95 kg) by defeating Brazil's Douglas Vieira in the final. He also competed at the 1988 Summer Olympics, but did not win a medal.
Kia Motors Corporation (KMC), founded in 1944, is South Korea's oldest manufacturer of motor vehicles and is now a subsidiary of the Hyundai-Kia Automotive Group. Over 1.5 million vehicles a year are produced in 13 manufacturing and assembly operations in eight countries, which are then sold and serviced through a network of distributors and dealers covering 172 countries. Kia today has 40,000 full-time employees worldwide and annual revenues of over US$14.6 billion. Kia Motors Corporation's brand slogan is "The Power to Surprise". From August 2009 until December 2012, the company has been led by Hyoung-Keun (Hank) Lee.