Synonyms for jae_hoon or Related words with jae_hoon

woong              kang_tae              yoon_jong              sung_hoon              hyun_woo              dong_hoon              gyung              yoon_jung              yoo_jae              kim_myung              jung_yong              lee_kwang              kim_seong              jong_soo              tae_woong              ji_seok              hyeok              ryeol              yeol              kim_yeong              jung_chul              seo_hyun              seok_hyun              choi_jong              jung_hae              seung_hyun              ryul              bong_soo              jae_seok              kang_dae              choi_hyun              kyung_min              jung_yoon              jae_woong              jeong_hee              chang_hoon              yoon_jae              byeong              seok_jin              ahn_jae              lee_seung              jung_tae              myung_su              hyun_soo              ji_hyun              sang_wook              hee_kyung              hyun_jin              jae_wook              kim_dae             

Examples of "jae_hoon"
Ha Jae-Hoon (, born on February 10, 1965) is a former South Korea football player.
Awards ceremony, hosted by Kim Shin Young and Tak Jae Hoon, determining which team will win the trip to Japan.
He debuted in 1994 as "Why You Wanted to Be". In the 1st album, Kim Sung-soo, Lee Jae-hoon, Yu Chae-young and Choi Jun-myung were four, but from the second album, Yoo Chae-young and Choi Jun-Myeong withdrew and while female member Yuri joined them, Kim Sung-soo and Lee Jae-hoon together acted as a three-member group.
Promising fund manager Kang Jae-hoon is at the brink of despair when his company goes bankrupt. He decides to take an impulsive trip to Australia to visit his wife, Soo-jin and their son Jin-woo. Upon arriving, Jae-hoon sees them living happily without him and starts suspecting Soo-jin's affectionate relationship with her neighbour, Kris. Taken aback by the situation, Jae-hoon decides to watch them from a distance, only to confront a shocking truth that goes against what he stands for.
Kim Jae-hoon (; born 21 February 1988) is a South Korean footballer who plays as a defender for Chungju Hummel in the K League Challenge.
Immortal Songs () was a South Korean television music program presented by Tak Jae-hoon, Shin Jung-hwan and Kim Sung-eun. It aired as part of "Happy Sunday".
Soo-jung (Lee Eun-ju) is a scriptwriter for a local cable TV station. She is close with the program producer Young-soo (Moon Sung-keun). In attempts to urge his rich friend Jae-hoon to finance an independent film he is currently directing, Young-soo visits Jae-hoon's (Jeong Bo-seok) gallery with Soo-jung tagging along. Jae-hoon finds himself attracted to Soo-jung and asks her to become his lover. Soo-jung somewhat reluctantly accepts the offer on condition that it will only be when they go out for a drink. Their tug-of-war reveals that Soo-jung is still a virgin and this impresses Jae-hoon as well as escalates his frustration. Meanwhile, Young-soo also expresses his feelings for Soo-jung. Soo-jung will have to decide whether to surrender her virginty as Jae-hoon anxiously awaits her at a hotel room.
Lee Jae-hoon (; born July 30, 1974) is a South Korean singer and television personality. He is a member of the band Cool.
Ahn Jae-Hoon (; born 1 February 1988) is a South Korean footballer. Not to be confused with the film writer of "Black House".
Yoo Jae-hoon (Hangul: 유재훈; born 7 July 1983) is a South Korean footballer who plays for Persipura Jayapura in the Indonesia Super League.
Ha Jae-Hoon (, born October 3, 1984) is a South Korean football player who, as of 2011 is playing for Changwon City FC.
Jae-Hoon Ha (born October 29, 1990) is a South Korean professional baseball outfielder for the Tokyo Yakult Swallows of Nippon Professional Baseball's Central League.
He also provides the voice of Jin Jae-Hoon and Illuminati Pyramidion in the video game, "The Secret World". Overheard referencing various memes and other playful quips.
Lee Jae-hoon or Lee Jae-hun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Lee and the given name Jae-hun, and may also refer to:
Jung Jae-hoon (Hangul: 정재훈, Hanja: 鄭載勳; born January 1, 1980 in Seoul, South Korea) is a South Korean starting pitcher who plays for the Doosan Bears in the Korea Baseball Organization.
Hwang Ryong-hak is a North Korean wrestler who won the gold medal in the 66 kg division in the 2013 Asian Wrestling Championships by defeating Yang Jae-Hoon of South Korea in the final.
The 45th Paeksang Arts Awards ceremony took place on February 27, 2009 at the Olympic Park in Seoul. Presented by IS Plus Corp., it was broadcast on SBS and hosted by actor Tak Jae-hoon and actress Jeon Mi-seon.
As historian Jae-hoon Shim concludes, only during the Han dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD) did Jizi begin to be associated with Joseon, and only after the Han were his descendants identified as the Joseon royal family.
Bae Sung-woo (born 24 July 1968), better known by his stage name Tak Jae-hoon is a South Korean singer and entertainer. Known first for being part of K-pop groups Country Kko Kko, he has since become an entertainer, on various variety shows.
In November 2013, Tony was investigated for illegal online sports gambling alongside South Korean comedian Lee Soo Geun and South Korean entertainer Tak Jae Hoon. Reportedly, he gambled a total of 400,000,000 KRW (approximately $376,000 USD) between May 2009 and March 2012. He had his first hearing on December 6 and received a six-month prison sentence with one year probation on December 27.