Synonyms for jeon or Related words with jeon

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Examples of "jeon"
Saengseon-jeon (, "fish "jeon"") is a generic term for any "jeon" made of fish. White fish are usually preferred. Haemul-jeon (, "seafood "jeon"") includes the "jeon" made of fish as well as shellfish, shrimps, and octopuses.
Chaeso-jeon (, "vegetable "jeon"") is a generic term for any "jeon" made of vegetables.
Although "jeon" can be considered a type of "buchimgae" in a wider sense, "buchimgae" and "jeon" are different dishes.
Jeon Woo-young (born 27 December 1987) is a South Korean footballer who plays as a central midfielder for Melaka United in the Malaysia Super League. His name Jeon Sung-chan is renamed Jeon Woo-young in January 2016.
In 2003, PRIDE FC and Antonio Inoki tried to sign Jeon to fight Yoshida under MMA rules ("using the fact that Jeon have never lost against Yoshida in judo") but Jeon refused offers.
Currency/Subdivision: Won (1945–1953)/Jeon ()Currency/Subdivision: Hwan (1953–1962)/Jeon ()Currency/Subdivision: Won (1962–Present)/Jeon ()Currency Code: KRW"See also South Korean won (1945), South Korean hwan, and South Korean won."
Hwajeon (, "flower "jeon"") is a generic term for any "jeon" made of edible flowers. "Hwajeons" are usually sweet, with honey as an ingredient. "Jeon" made of jujube is sometimes called "hwajeon".
The school was originally established as Nan Jeon Junior College of Technology on 30 June 1967. In 1993, the school was promoted to be Nan Jeon Junior college of Technology and Commerce and to Nan Jeon Institute of Technology in 2001. Finally, in 2013 it became Nan Jeon University of Science and Technology.
Jeon Hye-jin () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Jeon and the given name Hye-jin, and may also refer to:
Won is a cognate of the Chinese yuan and Japanese yen. The won was subdivided into 100 jeon (전; 錢; McCune-Reischauer: "chŏn"; revised: "jeon").
Jeon ran an orchid in Deoksong-ri, Byeollae-myeon, Yangju, Gyeonggi province. Jeon died of her chronic diseases, high blood pressure, kidney failure on October 22, 1969.
Jeon Sung-Ha or Sung-Ha Jeon (born April 6, 1987) is a South Korean football striker who plays in PSAP Sigli.
The members of Puretty included Yoo Hye-in (유혜인), Cho Shi-yoon (조시윤), Yoon Chae-kyung (윤채경), Jeon So-min (전소민), and Jeon Jae-un (전재은).
Many rebels later joined the Righteous Army. The 1895 Righteous Army were led by Confucian scholars who killed rebels when they attempted to join the Righteous Army. However, the rebels of 1905 and 1907 were almost entirely composed of rebels . For example, Yu Eunshik of Chungju killed his lieutenant when he revealed himself as a former rebel. Jeon Haesan, the most famous of the Jeolla Righteous Army leaders, was often called the 'son of Jeon Bongjun', and participated in more than 70 battles from 1905 to 1910 against the Japanese before he was hanged in 1910. However, in his "War Diary of Jeon Haesan", Jeon Haesan says that he "did not like to be called the 'son of Jeon Nokdu'(Jeon Bongjun's nickname)", presumably meaning he was not Jeon Bongjun's son. However, the current edition of the North Korean history textbook claims that 'the patriotic line' descends from Jeon Changhyeok (Jeon bongjun's father and Gyojo Shinwon leader) through Jeon Bongjun to Jeon Haesan. The South Korean Ministry of Education claims that this is North Korean textbook revisionism, in order to glorify Kim Il-sung by comparing the Kim family to the Jeon family.
Jeon () refers to a dish made by seasoning whole, sliced, or minced fish, meat, vegetables, etc., and coating them with wheat flour and egg wash before frying them in oil. "Jeon" can be made with ingredients such as fish, meat, poultry, seafood, and vegetable, and be served as an appetizer, a "banchan" (side dish), or an "anju" (food served and eaten with drinks). Some jeon are sweet desserts; one such variety is called "hwajeon" (literally "flower "jeon"").
Pajeon (, ) is a variety of "jeon" with scallion as its prominent ingredient, as "pa" () means scallion. It is a Korean dish made from a batter of eggs, wheat flour, rice flour, scallions, and often other ingredients depending on the variety. Beef, pork, kimchi, shellfish, and other seafood are mostly used. If one of these ingredients, such as squid, dominates the jeon, the name will reflect that; "ojing'eo jeon" (오징어전) is 'squid jeon.'
Jeon Ok was born Jeon Deok-rye in Hamhung, South Hamgyong province, now part of North Korea, in 1911, during the Japanese colonial period. When Jeon was 15 years old, she was introduced to the film industry by her brother. Jeon aspired to be an actress in Towolhoe (토월회), her debut role was as a supporting actress in the 1927 film "Jal itgeora" (잘 있거라), directed by Na Woon-gyu. Jeon gained popularity after taking a lead role in "Arirang Gogae" (아리랑고개), based on Park Seung-hui (박승희) and produced by Towolhoe. However, when the theatre closed, she moved to "Joseon Yeongeuksa" in 1930. Jeon was noted for her monologues as well as her tragic performances which often brought audiences to tears, so she was dubbed the "Queen of Tragedy" or "Queen of Tears". After the liberation of Korea, Jeon was mainly active in film.
According to "Complete Works from Azure Residence" by Yi Deok-moo, when Jeon was very yong, he went to mountain temple to study in quiet surrounding. One day, the rice wine brewed in temple vanished. The monks scolded Jeon about drinking wine. Jeon was aggrieved and upset, so he decided to hunt down the true criminal. He waited beside the wine jugs until twilight. At dusk, a nine-tailed fox came out from forest and drank herself drunk. Jeon teared out and tied up by rope. A fox proposed her grimoire for releasing her. Jeon accepted that and became sorcerer through studying fox's grimoire.
After the Battle of Taein, in November 28, 1894, Jeon formally dissolved the Donghak Army. The rebels cried: "We thought Jeon Nokdu (Jeon's nickname) would save us, but now we are all going to die". Jeon answered: "War is a game of luck. Why is it that you blame me". He then dressed up as a peasant and headed east.
T-ara N4's debut single, "Jeon Won Diary" (전원일기; "Jeon-won Ilgi"), was inspired by the 1980s South Korean drama of the same name. Produced by Duble Sidekick, the song is said to have "funky and intense" dance music combined with elements of hip-hop, with the main motif of "Jeon Won Diary" about breaking away from the same everyday routine.