Synonyms for jang_hyun_sung or Related words with jang_hyun_sung

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Examples of "jang_hyun_sung"
Grudge: The Revolt of Gumiho (; lit. Gumiho: Tale of the Fox's Child) is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Han Eun-jung, Jang Hyun-sung, Kim Yoo-jung and Seo Shin-ae. It aired on KBS2 from July 5 to August 24, 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 18 episodes.
Pure Pumpkin Flower () is South Korean television series starring Lee Chung-ah, Bae Jong-ok, Jin Tae-hyun and Jang Hyun-sung. It aired on SBS on Mondays to Fridays at 19:20 from November 15, 2010 to May 13, 2011 for 124 episodes.
Precious Family (; lit. Letters to My Parents) is a South Korean television series starring Kim Hee-ae, Heo Joon-ho, Song Jae-ho, Kim Hae-sook, Jang Hyun-sung, Lee Dong-wook, and Lee Yoo-ri. It aired on KBS2 from October 16, 2004 to July 5, 2005 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 68 episodes.
Three Days () is a 2014 South Korean action-thriller television series starring Park Yoochun, Son Hyun-joo, Park Ha-sun, Yoon Je-moon, So Yi-hyun, Jang Hyun-sung and Choi Won-young. It aired on SBS from March 5 to May 1, 2014 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 9:55 p.m. for 16 episodes.
Goddess of Marriage () is a 2013 South Korean romantic comedy-drama series starring Nam Sang-mi, Kim Ji-hoon, Lee Sang-woo, Lee Tae-ran, Kim Jung-tae, Jo Min-su, Kwon Hae-hyo, Jang Young-nam and Jang Hyun-sung. It premiered on SBS on June 29, 2013, and ended on November 3, 2013, airing every Saturday and Sunday at 21:50 for 36 episodes.
One of the inaugural dramas of newly launched cable channel jTBC was Ahn's "A Wife's Credentials" in 2012. Kim Hee-ae played the protagonist, a middle-aged housewife who struggles with the unforgiving expectations of her husband (Jang Hyun-sung) and his status-obsessed family, then finds a kindred spirit in her son's dentist (Lee Sung-jae). Praised for its richly drawn characters and the realistic depiction of affluent Korean parents' obsession with their children's academic achievements, the show was a hit, reaching 4% viewership ratings.
The Return of Superman (; also known as Superman Is Back) is a South Korean reality-variety show that airs on KBS2. "The Return of Superman" is one of the two segments (the other segment is "1 Night 2 Days") on "Happy Sunday". The original 3 episodes pilot aired as a Chuseok holiday special from September 19 till September 21 of 2013, starring Lee Hwi-jae, Choo Sung-hoon, Jang Hyun-sung, The show is narrated by actress Yoo Ho-jeong and also includes entertainer Lee Hyun-woo and his two sons.
Jang Hyun-sung (born July 17, 1970) is a South Korean actor. He started his acting career as a member of the "Hakjeon" Theatre Company, before transitioning to film and television. Jang is best known for starring in director Song Il-gon's arthouse films such as "Spider Forest" (2004) and "The Magicians" (2006), and most notably "Feathers in the Wind" (2005), for which one review praised him for giving "the performance of his career." He also had major roles in "Nabi (The Butterfly)" (2001), "Rewind" (also known as "A Man Watching Video", 2003), "My Right to Ravage Myself" (2005), "Love Is a Crazy Thing" (2005), and "My Friend and His Wife" (2008). Aside from acting, Jang was one of the screenwriters for the Moon Seung-wook film "Romance" (2006).
In 2014, YG Entertainment acquired T Entertainment's staff and actors including Cha Seung-won, Im Ye-jin, and Jang Hyun-sung. Additionally, through the acquisition of modelling agency K-Plus, it expanded its acting division through the acting debuts of models Lee Sung-kyung and Nam Joo-hyuk. YG also signed a contract with actress Choi Ji-woo. Later, French luxury giant LVMH's private equity arm, L Capital Asia, announced that it would be investing up to US$80 million in YG Entertainment. Headquartered in Singapore, L Capital Asia would become the second-largest investor in YG with an 11.5% stake, second only to Yang Hyun-suk's 28%. In 2014 YG Entertainment also expanded into the beauty industry with the creation of the cosmetics brand Moonshot.
Anna Kim (Kim Ho-jung) is one such tourist who arrives in the city having booked a tour with the Butterfly Travel Agency. Anna wishes to become infected with the virus in order to forget the painful memories of her abortion. Her "virus guide", Yuki (Kang Hye-jung), is seven months pregnant and unwell, but needs the money to support herself and her unborn child. K (Jang Hyun-sung), their driver, is new to the agency and starting his first assignment. An orphan with no memory of his real family, he keeps an old photograph of himself as a child on the dashboard of his taxi; he picks up other passengers in the hopes that someone will recognize him, even though this is against agency policy.