Synonyms for jeom or Related words with jeom

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Examples of "jeom"
Hottest Time of the Day is the debut single by South Korean boy band, 2PM. The single was released in physical and digital format on August 29, 2008, A-side from single is "10 Jeom Manjeome 10 Jeom".
The filmography of 2PM. 2PM debuted with their first single "10 Jeom Manjeome 10 Jeom" (10점 만점에 10점, lit. 10 Points Out of 10 Points) in 2008, but it was not until their single "Again & Again", which has propelled them into super-stardom in mid-2009. In addition, they released promotional singles and commercial singles for their endorsement deals with various companies.
Jeong Jeom-sik (born 22 April 1968) is a South Korean former cyclist. He competed in the team pursuit event at the 1988 Summer Olympics.
Kim Ja-jeom (; 1588 – January 27, 1652) was a politician and Neo-Confucian scholar of the Joseon Dynasty. His pen name was Nakseo () and courtesy name was Seongji (). He was one of the disciples of Seong Hon.
Royal concubine Soyong Jo wants to make her son the king. In order to accomplish her goal, she holds the hand of Kim Ja-jeom and uses King Injo. She also attempts to get rid of Crown Prince Sohyeon
However, on the way back, Im Gyeong Eop was killed by soldiers paid off by Kim Ja-jeom, who felt the threat to have Im back in the capital.
During the reign of Gongmin, a Goryeo diplomat, Mun Ik-jeom, stationed in China managed to smuggle cotton seeds into Goryeo, introducing them to the Korean peninsula for the first time.
Ángel Román Martínez competed for Puerto Rico in taekwondo. Born in 1984, Román entered Beijing at age 24, competing in the men's welterweight class (which includes athletes under 80 kilograms in weight). Román had not previously competed in any Olympic games or events. During the course of the competition's first round, which took place on August 22, Román faced Canada's Sébastien Michaud in the sixth match. The Puerto Rican judoka won a total of two "deuk-jeom" (points), with one in the first round and one in the third round, but lost a "deuk-jeom" to a deduction. His Canadian opponent scored a total of three "deuk-jeom", but lost one to a deduction. Thus, as Michaud ended with a score higher than Román's score, Michaud won the round. Román did not advance to later rounds.
In the later 1640s (the late Injo reign) Kim Ja-jeom's power grew enormously because he supported the exchange of the Crown Prince from Prince Sohyeon's son (Sohyeon died in 1645) to Hyojong, and because he also supported the execution of Sohyeon's wife Lady Gang. Kim Ja-jeom was pro-Qing, and the other pro-Qing ministers gathered around Kim as the Nakdang (낙당, 落黨) faction. The faction was called 'Nakdang' because 'Nakseo' was the courtesy name of the leader of the faction, Kim Ja-jeom, and the first syllable in 'Nakseo' was combined with 'dang', meaning 'faction'.
The new Sandang conflicted with the most powerful faction just prior to Injo's death, the Nakdang of Kim Ja-jeom. Kim Hong-uk of the Sandang began the battle against the Nakdang by attacking Kim Ja-jeom himself, and on September 13, 1649, influential members of the Nakdang such as Im Jung or Yi Cheon-gi were fired at Song Jun-gil's request. Finally, on February 13, 1650, Kim was exiled to Hongcheon and his sons were sent to faraway places to serve as generals.
Park first appeared through Mnet's "Hot Blood Men", a documentary-style reality program that showed the future members of One Day, split as idol groups 2AM and 2PM, in training. Park, finishing at the top spot with the most fan votes, became the leader of 2PM. On September 4, 2008, 2PM debuted with the song "10 Out of 10" (Korean: ; Revised Romanization: "Ship Jeom Manjeome Ship Jeom") on the music program "M! Countdown" after the release of their first mini-album, "Hottest Time of the Day", a few days prior.
After Joseon's surrender to the Manchus, Kim retired from military life, moving to Daegu where he married the daughter of the "mok" commander Jang Chun-jeom (장춘점 / 張春點). They settled in present-day Urok-ri, Gachang-myeon, Dalseong-gun. Kim devoted himself to Confucian ethics, promulgating "gahun" (family principles) and "hyangyak" (village creed).
The birth and death dates of Bak Seo-saeng are unknown. However, he is of the Bian (Uiseong) Bak clan, and his grandfather is Bak Yun-bo and his father is Bak Jeom with the title of Jungnyangjang (a military post).
In what could have been a negative effect to the news department, Sohn's sincere apology was praised by viewers and netizens alike. He even became a trending topic on after he had a moment of silence while interviewing Baek Jeom Gi, a shipbuilding engineer professor at the Busan University.
The same year Im returned to his position, the Manchus entered Joseon Korea after constant political pressures failed to suppress the nation. Im tied the Manchu forces down at Beakma Fortress and requested reinforcements from the capital, but Kim Ja-jeom, a minister who desired the crown, corrupted the message and the Manchu forces headed south.
Kim's son, Kim Sik, claimed that he had planned with generals and magistrates near Seoul as to kill Won Du-pyo (the leader of the Wondang), Song Si-yeol (the leader of the Sandang), and Song Jun-gil (caused the exile of Kim) and to make Prince Sungseon the king. Kim Ja-jeom also confessed, saying that the plan was to revolt in March 1650, but that the exile of himself and the scattering of his sons had caused the plan to be delayed. Kim was quartered with his sons, as was the punishment for treason at the time, while Gwiin Jo was beheaded. The execution of Kim Ja-jeom marked the collapse of the Nakdang.
In 1651, Yeong-ui, a maid of Injo's son Sungseon, confessed that Gwiin Jo, a concubine of Injo and Sungseon's mother, had secretly done shamanistic rituals to curse the Injo's queen, Queen Jangryeol. Yi Yeong, a county magistrate, had a father-in-law who was the cousin of Gwiin Jo, and also friends with Kim Ja-jeom. Worried that the decline of the Nakdang would influence his career, he revealed that Kim was secretly planning a treason.
The referee can give penalties at any time for rule-breaking, such as hitting an area not recognized as a target, usually the legs or neck. Penalties are divided into "Kyong-go" (warning penalty) and "Gam-jeom" (deduction penalty). Two "Kyong-go" are counted as an addition of one point for the opposing contestant. However, the final odd-numbered "Kyong-go" is not counted in the grand total.
The Westerner remnants, led by Yi Gwi, saw Gwanghaegun's recent loss of support from the scholars as a chance for the Westerners to regain power, and decided to stage a coup to bring down Gwanghaegun. Yi plotted with his sons, Yi Si-baek and Yi Si-bang, and they introduced their friends, Kim Ja-jeom and Choi Myung-kil, to the plot. They also plotted with Prince Neungyang, whose younger brother had been executed by Gwanghaegun.
The referee can give penalties at any time for rule-breaking, such as hitting an area not recognized as a target, usually the legs or neck. Penalties are divided into "Kyong-go (warning penalty)" and "Gam-jeom (deduction penalty)". Two "Kyong-go" shall be counted as an addition of one (1) point for the opposing contestant. However, the final odd-numbered "Kyong-go" shall not be counted in the grand total.