Synonyms for hyun or Related words with hyun

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Examples of "hyun"
Both members No Hyun Jung and No Jung Hyun were born on August 5, 1977.
Jin Tae-hyun (born Kim Tae-hyun on February 15, 1981) is a South Korean actor.
Kwang-hyun, also spelled Gwang-hyun, is a Korean male given name.
Tutti (뚜띠) is a Korean female duo consisting of members No Hyun Jung and No Jung Hyun.
Yoo Hyun-jae used to be the leader of the group. Hyun Jae is currently under JYP Entertainment.
Hyun Kil-Un was born on February 17, 1940, on Jeju-do Korea. Hyun graduated from Jeju University and then Hanyang University's Graduate School. Hyun is currently a professor of Korean Language and Literature at Hanyang University.
X-5 has five members: Ghun (Son Hyun-seok 손현석), Taefung (Lee Dong-hyun 이동현) Jung Hae-won (정해원), Zin (Jin Hyun-jin 진현진), and Sulhu (Kim Jin-wan 김진완).
Ha Hyun Gon (하현곤) (born November 28, 1983) played the drums for the group. After leaving Click-B, Hyun-gon formed Ha Hyun Gon Factory (하현곤 팩토리) with the most recent single released Summer of 2016.
Hyun-jun is then sent off on a solo mission to Hungary. In Hungary, Hyun-jun accomplishes his mission and while escaping, becomes wounded. Shortly later, Hyun-jun finds out that he was betrayed by fellow agent Sa-woo. Seung-hee attempts to help Hyun-jun escape, but a car explosion separates the two and both are misled to believe that the other person are dead. Hyun-jun is then saved by an unknown voice and learns of the secret society "IRIS".
She only depends on her son Jung-Soo (Lee Yong-Joon) who is a doctor. Her son Jung-Soo brings his girlfriend, Hyun-Joo (Shim Yi-Young). Gyeong-Sook disapproves of Hyun-Joo because of her poor family background. Nevertheless, Jung-Soo and Hyun-Joo marry. Gyeong-Sook gives Hyun-Joo a hard time. Then, Jung-Soo dies in a car accident. Gyeong-Sook and Hyun-Joo are no longer family.
Nam Hyun-joon, often referred to as Poppin' Hyun Joon or Happy Hyun Joon, is a South Korean contemporary dancer. He is most known for his popping techniques and for being a former rapper of Young Turks Club. On 31 July 2014, it was announced that Nam Hyun-joon had parted ways with Star Empire Entertainment for Happy Face Entertainment.
Park Hyun-Bem (; born 7 May 1987) is a South Korean football player who currently plays as midfielder for Suwon Samsung Bluewings in the K League Classic. Hyun-bum or Hyun-beom is more close in pronunciation, But spelling is Hyun-bem.
Eun-soo, in her determination to find her lost love, travels to the city where she meets Hyun-woo, who, in turn, gradually falls in love with her again. A close confidant of Hyun-woo, Tae-min, is revealed as a traitor seeking to gain control of Hyun-woo's company. Tae-min is ultimately exposed and Hyun-woo regains ownership of the company.
Dummy Mommy () is a 2012 South Korean weekend television series starring Kim Hyun-joo, Ha Hee-ra, Ahn Seo-hyun, Kim Jeong-hoon, Kim Tae-woo, Shin Hyun-joon, Yoo In-young and Gong Hyun-joo. It aired on SBS from March 17 to May 20, 2012 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:50 for 20 episodes.
Two brothers, Sa-hyun and Soo-hyun, have a close relationship. Soo-hyun is a policeman who fights for justice and Soo-hyun dreams of following in his brother's footsteps. Despite Soo-hyun's intentions, he became a gangster by accident. The tragic film deals with social issues such as family relationships and organized crime.
Because I Love You () is a 2017 South Korean fantasy-comedy omnibus film starring Cha Tae-hyun and Kim Yoo-jung. Directed by Joo Ji-hoong, it premiered on January 4, 2017. This movie starring Cha Tae-hyun is produced by his elder brother Cha Ji-hyun who also produced another movie ""Gone With The Wind"" (aka ""The Grand Heist"") starring Cha Tae-hyun.
Joo Ah-Ran and Shin Hyun-Woo have an elaborate wedding at a luxurious hotel. Shin Hyun-Woo sincerely loves Joo Ah-Ran, but Joo Ah-Ran has ulterior motives for the marriage. Joo Ah-Rans family was destroyed by Shin Hyun-Woo's parents and, because of this, she is marrying Shin Hyun-Woo in a secret plan to exact revenge.
In 2004, Park Yong-in met Jo Hyun-a at practical music academy. He asked her to form a singing duo. At first Jo Hyun-a's parents opposed that idea, but Hyun-a showed passion to music and was awarded 'MBC 별밤뽐내기'. Eventually, Hyun-a's parents eventually decided to support their daughter.
Despite having the same body, the brothers share little else. While Sang-hyun is patient and generous, Dong-hyun is always questioning something and extremely selfish. Dong-hyun gradually builds a grudge against Sang-hyun, blaming him for his unhappiness and isolated life. Sang-hyun, who lets his brother do whatever he wants, does not recognize his own wants and needs until he gets to know Seung-ah. And things worsen as Dong-hyun, who wants to appear as a "normal writer" for his upcoming book, desperately tries hiding what he thinks as his ultimate flaw ― his own brother.
Lee Seung-hyun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Lee and the given name Seung-hyun, and may also refer to: