Synonyms for jeong_eun or Related words with jeong_eun

kim_yeong              choi_eun              heum              jung_yong              choi_yong              myoung              kim_dae              keum              choi_seung              cho_yoon              dong_wook              byoung              yoon_kyung              kim_gwang              ah_reum              heelee              kyoung              choi_byung              lee_seung              ji_seok              choi_jeong              seo_hyun              kim_seong              ji_hyun              ahn_jae              jung_hae              seoung              jeong_hee              kim_hyung              yeol              jung_yoon              ju_hyeon              choi_hye              jung_hee              jinkim              kim_hye              ji_hee              hyun_hee              jong_kook              eung              pyung              lee_byung              sookim              ji_suk              hyun_seok              woong              lee_myung              kyeong              jin_wook              yoon_ji             

Examples of "jeong_eun"
This episode shows Jeong-eun, who was dating with another boy, stricken with brain fever.
Translation Jeong Eun-jin, Jacques Batilliot Hwang Seok-Yeong's Le vieux jardin
Kim Ji-woo (born Kim Jeong-eun on November 22, 1983) is a South Korean actress.
Laetitia Beck, Pei-Yun Chien, Laura Gonzalez Escallon, Caroline Hedwall, Nelly Korda, Maude-Aimee Leblanc, Lee Jeong-eun, Katherine Perry, Melissa Reid, Marissa Steen, Jackie Stoelting, Angel Yin
Jeong-she was sent to hospital by her friends. Young-min and Hee-dong came rushing to see Jeong-eun who was already in bed.
"Japan LPGA Tour:" Sakura Yokomine, Shinobu Moromizato, Chie Arimura, Mi-Jeong Jeon, Yuko Mitsuka, "Korea LPGA Tour:" Hee Kyung Seo, So Yeon Ryu, Bo-Mee Lee, Jeong-Eun Lee "Ladies Europen Tour:" Becky Brewerton, Tania Elosegui, Marianne Skarpnord
Jeong-eun and Dong-soo's father, who worked as the head of security at Sudo Hospital when Guk-cheol was a teenager. He dies after being exposed to the MK2 virus.
Lee Jeong-eun (; or ; born 13 September 1994) is a female racewalker from South Korea. She competed in the Women's 20 kilometres walk event at the 2015 World Championships in Athletics in Beijing, China.
Jeong-eun, a former pickpocket with four prior convictions, is released from prison after serving a three-year sentence. She reunites with her younger brother, Jeong-hwan, and father, Ju-seok, the latter with whom she has a troubled relationship. Ju-seok, an ex-cop-turned-fishmonger, hides his love and concern for his daughter beneath a gruff exterior. Though Jeong-eun is tough and rebellious, she is fiercely protective of her brother and father, and is genuinely determined to put her life in order this time. While under probation, she works as an assistant at a beauty salon, hoping to someday open her own salon with the money she has saved. But Chang-won, who was once her partner in crime and now leads his own gang, not only refuses to give Jeong-eun her cut of their last job, but he and his gangsters begin harassing her family, saying she's the one who owes him money.
Tornado potatoes (Korean: ), also called twist potatoes or tornado fries, are a popular street food in South Korea, originally developed by Jeong Eun Suk of Agricultural Hoeori Inc. It is a deep fried spiral-cut whole potato on a skewer, brushed with various seasonings such as onion, cheese, or honey. Some varieties have spliced sausages in between.
Jeong-eun walked as quickly as possible, and Hee-dong caught up and apologised for his misconception. They proceeded to a bistro, where Jingen continued scolding Hee-dong until he was upset, and gave a grin on her success of her clever tricks.
Their name changed for a third time, officially becoming Apeace (without a dash). They released their debut mini-album in June 2011 called "We Are the One" as well as a music video for the song "Lover Boy" on 7 September 2011. The group was split into three sub-units with 7 members each: Lapis, Jade, and Onyx. Jeong Eun-ho was replaced by Lee Tae-woo.
Jeong-she's condition began to waiver while she was having a meal with her boyfriend and again while at the discothèque. Her boyfriend, who was about to eat food at the bistro, rejected it upon hearing that she was about to be hospitalised. Finally, she went to Ahn-chae's house to collapse, on the bed. Ahn-chae and Yujin later returned to discover that Jeong-eun was very sick, unconscious.
A native of Goseong, Gyeongsangnam-do, Yu was employed by Hyundai Asan in the Kaesong Industrial Complex. He was detained in March 2009 after allegedly "slandering the system of the DPRK" and inciting a waitress to defect to South Korea. The imprisonment is thought to be partially responsible for reducing the volume of trade between North Korea and South Korea in recent years. He was freed in August 2009 after 137 days of captivity when Hyundai Group chairwoman Hyun Jeong-eun went to the North to negotiate for his release.
Jung-eun, also spelled Jeong-eun or Jong-un, is a Korean unisex given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 75 hanja with the reading "jung" and 26 hanja with the reading "eun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names. In North Korea, soon after Kim Jong-un came to power, the North Korean government promulgated a new decree forbidding other uses of his name, and people with that name were forced to change it to conform to the new rule.
Apink released a single entitled "Promise U" on April 19, written by Jeong Eun-ji to commemorate the group's fourth anniversary. A Japanese version of "Luv" was released on May 20 as their third single, with "Good Morning Baby" as the B-side. They performed the song for the first time at the "Girls Award 2015 Spring/Summer" in Tokyo on April 29 ahead of the release. The group also held release events in four cities, Tokyo, Sapporo, Okayama and Osaka as part of promotional event.
Jeong-eun lied to the professor that Young-min and Yujin were inseparable lovebirds, a news that the old man was unable to take. Young-min and Yujin tried to stop Jingen at the same time. Young-min, seeing the situation he was in, had no choice but to confess the "truth" by saying that he first met Yujin when he picked up her hat which the wind blew off. The angry man scolded Young-min for his youth and lack of experience, something that Young-min could not take it easily. Yujin, who grew tired of the sport, left the scene. Jingen finally confessed that the story were actually fantasy tales.
As a teenager, Cha Jeong-eun met Guk-cheol when she worked as his maid. Guk-cheol begin to develop feelings for her but circumstances separated the two. Many years later, she now goes by the name Oh Soo-yeon. She meets Kang Ki-tan, but both are unaware of their shared past together due to both of them having adopted new identities. She is somewhat materialistic, stemming from her struggles to make ends meet to pay for her autistic younger brother's medical fees. Later in the series, she starts up a law firm with Min Byung-ho.
She is a Chinese expat who was once Man-ok's secretary. It is later revealed that she is actually a lobbyist working for a secret organization which plans to obtain the vaccine for MK2, a lethal mutant virus. However, Jeong-eun injects the vaccine into Guk-Cheol. Chae-ryung now fronts as the owner of an art gallery. She offered to purchase Guk-cheol's blood for the vaccine; in exchange her organization would provide financial backing to Guk-cheol to adopt his Kang Ki-tan persona and exact revenge. Chae-ryung has an unrequited love for Ki-tan, and thus tries to keep him and Soo-yeon apart.
In 2012 Chief Kim Jeong Eun has advocated that North Korea should expand its compulsory education from 11 years to 12 years. According to Joong Ang News in North Korea, a bill to expand its compulsory education has been passed last September 2012. Prior to this reformation, North Korea had eleven years of free education system which consisted of one year of kindergarten, four years of elementary school and six years of secondary school prior to college. After reformation, now, it resembles education system in South Korea which consists of six years of elementary school, three years of middle school and three years of high school.