Synonyms for jae_hee or Related words with jae_hee

ji_hye              yoon_ji              seo_jin              jung_woo              seo_yeon              kim_yoo_jung              yoon_jung              seol              yeo_jin              sung_hoon              han_ji_hye              kang_hye_jung              soo_kyung              jung_gyu_woon              gong_hyo_jin              go_kyung_pyo              ji_hoon              ryung              yoon_seo              shim_eun_kyung              yoon_jae              jung_kyung_ho              kim_hae_sook              jung_hye              jung_hyun              seo_ji              soo_hyun              yoon_hee              lee_dong_wook              soo_yeon              jin_goo              kyeong              eun_soo              lee_yeon_hee              hyun_woo              seo_eun              han_hyo_joo              choi_eun              joon_ho              jung_hwa              kim_ji_seok              jung_jae              yeon_soo              hee_joo              hyun_bin              choi_yoon              seo_hyun_jin              lee_mi_sook              seo_woo              ji_eun             



Examples of "jae_hee"
Goo Jae-Hee or Koo Jae-Hee (Korean: 구재희) may refer to:
Devastated by what Min-jung did to him, he becomes vengeful. He eventually becomes a trusted assistant to Lee Jae-hee and witnesses his romance with Min-jung. After getting into conflicts with Min-jung, Jae-hee fires him, but he is rehired as Jae-hee's father's assistant. Despite his earnest warnings about Min-jung’s treacherous nature, Lee Jae-hee marries her anyway.
Lee Hwa-yeon is the former mistress and wife of Lee Dong-Hoo and the mother of Jae-hee and Ga-eul. She wants the best for Jae-hee.
Bloody Beach () is a 2000 South Korean slasher film starring Kim Hyun-jung and Jae Hee.
Song Jae-hee (born December 11, 1979) is a South Korean actor.
Lee is the father of Jae-Hwa, Jae-Hee, and Ga-eul. He is very protective of Ga-eul.
Jae Hee is currently running an online apparel shopping mall called "Easy by Step", which he established in May 2007.
Lee Jae-hee (Korean: 이재희; born April 15, 1959) is a former South Korean footballer who played as a defender.
When Jae-hee's older brother, Daniel Dawson (Julien Kang), comes to Korea, he finds out what his little sister is doing. Daniel soon decides to make Jae-hee leave the school. Jae-hee and Daniel argued in her and Tae-joon's room, and Tae-joon overhears their conversation, and discovers Jae-hee's secret.
Tae-joon soon realizes that the reason Jae-hee is attending their school is because of him. He decides to keep Jae-hee's secret to himself, in fear that she might leave the school. Soon his cold personality changes as he develops feelings for Jae-hee.
Architect Jae-hee (Ji Jin-hee) has the looks and the money, but he's over forty and still a bachelor. Despite being great marriage material on paper, his blunt personality and precise lifestyle turn women off. Jae-hee just can't seem to get married—until he meets his equal, single 40-year-old doctor Moon-jung (Uhm Jung-hwa), who spends most of her time at work doing overtime and covering for colleagues. Romance may be in the air yet for the unmarriageable Jae-hee, but there's also his longtime colleague Ki-ran (Yang Jung-a) and young neighbor Yoo-jin (Kim So-eun) to consider.
Han Chae-young and Jae Hee made cameo appearances in the final episode of "My Girl" (2006), another series by director Jeon Ki-sang and writers Hong Sisters.
5th (1995–97) – Vocals: Kim Jae Hee (김재희) Guitar: Kim Tae Won (김태원) Bass: Jung Jun Kyo (정준교) Drums: Kim Sung Tae (김성태)
As a child, Park Hoon (Lee Jong-suk) and his father Park Cheol (Kim Sang-joong) were tricked and sent to North Korea. After being sent to North Korea, Park Hoon and his father were denied access to go back to South Korea. In North Korea, Park Hoon was trained to become a doctor by his father who was already a famous doctor. He became a genius thoracic surgeon after attending medical school in North Korea. There, he fell deeply in love with Song Jae-hee (Jin Se-yeon). After Park Hoon's father died, he tried to flee to South Korea with Jae-hee, but lost contact with her in the end. Jae-Hee ended up in the North Korean camps for attempting to escape as Park Hoon was able to fled to South Korea alone, while looking for Jae-hee.
Smart and promising medical student Kang Ma-ru (Song Joong-ki) was deeply in love with his slightly older neighbor Han Jae-hee (Park Si-yeon), a television reporter. But when her situation takes a turn for the worse and Jae-hee becomes desperate to escape poverty, she meets a man who changes everything—a rich CEO who introduces her to a life of comfort. So she turns her back on Ma-ru, choosing money over love.
Jae Hee played the antagonist in "May Queen", a 2012 generational epic set against the backdrop of the shipbuilding industry in Ulsan during Korea's modernization. He received an Excellence Award from the MBC Drama Awards.
Sang-hyun meets Jae-hee in Prague and misunderstandings abound. Eventually the two help each other and become friends. When they return to Korea love blossoms, but their respective exes and very different social status put it to the test.
Jae Hee (born Lee Hyun-kyun on May 25, 1980) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his leading roles in the 2004 arthouse film "3-Iron" and the 2005 television series "Sassy Girl Chun-hyang".
Indie musician Dong-hoon and cartoonist Jae-hee broke up a year ago. The former couple meet again after the death of the cat they owned together, and go on a night's trip to hold a funeral for their pet.
Ulsan is one of the filming locations of the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation 2012 South Korean television melodrama series "May Queen", starring Han Ji-hye, Kim Jae-won and Jae Hee.