Synonyms for jeong_hee or Related words with jeong_hee

kyeong              woong              choi_eun              hee_kyung              choi_myung              jung_hae              yoon_ji              geun              gyung              ji_seok              kang_tae              jung_hee              tae_woong              jung_yong              seong_ho              kim_seong              jung_soo              yoon_jong              gyu              kim_myung              ryong              yoo_seung              beom              yoon_jung              kim_yeong              lee_seung              kwang_soo              lee_myung              lee_jong_hyuk              choi_seung              byeong              yeol              jung_hyun              jung_yoon              ryeong              heum              yoon_jae              sung_hoon              eung              hyun_jin              kim_hyeong              choi_seong              baek_ji              min_hyuk              ahn_jae              choi_jong              ryul              jung_hwa              hyo              choi_hyun             



Examples of "jeong_hee"
Moon Jeong-hee (born January 12, 1976) is a South Korean stage, film, and television actress.
Yoon Jeong-hee (; born July 30, 1944 in Gwangju, South Korea) is a South Korean actress active since 1967.
In May 2015, Lim Jeong-hee parted ways with Big Hit Entertainment, following the expiration of her three-year contract with the agency.
All of these friends are in their mid-thirties. During the wedding they notice that one person from their music club, Jeong-hee, is missing.
A movie with the name "Tteokguk" (English title "New Year's Soup") was released in 1971 starring Yoon Jeong-hee and Um Aing-ran.
After the wedding all the friends gather together at Ji-hong and Yoo-ri's vacation house. At the evening dinner, a young girl named Mi-rae appears. She informs the group that Jeong-hee was her mother and she died in a car accident one month ago. Furthermore, she tells everyone that she came here to meet her father. Tension, shock, and surprise overtakes the friends as they recall their relationships with Jeong-hee.
Moon Jeong-hee graduated from the Korea National University of Arts with a degree in Theatre Studies. She made her theater debut in a 1998 staging of "Blood Brothers".
Lee Jeong-hee (; born December 22, 1969) is a South Korean lawyer, human rights activist, feminist activist. 18th member of the National Assembly of South Korea. She was one of the candidates for the South Korean 2012 presidential election.
Ryeowook made his musical theatre debut in "Temptation of Wolves" alongside Park Hyung Sik of and Lim Jeong Hee. It ran from 14 July to 30 October 2011 at the COEX Artium.
A story about a mother who tries to protect her daughter out of love but inflicts pain instead, the drama series was based on the same-titled novel written by Kim Soo-hyun. It was also adapted into the 1992 film "Flower in Snow" starring Yoon Jeong-hee and Lee Mi-yeon.
"The memory of RAGNAROK" Ragnarok Online Original Sound Track is a best-of soundtrack album featuring selected background music in addition to remixes as well as vocal arrangements of certain pieces performed by Lee Seung-Yeon, Lee Jeong-Hee and Seo Ji-Hae. The game's official theme song, "You & I," is also included. It was developed by SoundTeMP and released by Gravity in 2006.
As members left to further their studies and careers, newcomers of various backgrounds filled their positions. From 2002 to 2004, the following people joined the organization: CHOE BoYun, YANG Ji-Hyun, PARK Sueyoung, CHO Yoon-Jeong, SONG Ki-Won, Albert Lee, Mike Cho, CHOI Sung-Oh, LEE Su-Kil, KIM Min-Hyang, KIM Hye-Won, and CHOI JEONG-Hee.
Commonly, protest songs in South Korea are known as "Minjung Gayo" (, literally "People's song"), and the genre of protest songs is called "Norae Undong", literally "Song movement". It was raised by people in the 1970s~1980s to be against the military governments of President Park Jeong-hee (), Jeon Doo-hwan ().
In 2010, Lee's latest film, "Poetry", was released, garnering positive critical reviews, and winning the Best Screenplay Award at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. Notably, the film's starring role was played by Yoon Jeong-hee, who was returning to the screen after an absence of 16 years.
Paik has resided in Paris with his wife, actress Yoon Jeong-hee since 1974. Yoon is a star of the late 1960s, commonly referred to as one of ""The First Troika"" by the South Korean news media, along with two other actresses in rivalry, Moon Hee, and Nam Jeong-im. The couple has a daughter who is a violinist.
In 2012, the company signed Lim Jeong-hee, and the girl group GLAM was formed as a collaboration between Source Music and Big Hit entertainment. The group was active until 2014, when they disbanded due to controversy over one of the members, Kim Da-hee, who was sentenced to prison following accusations of blackmail in relation to actor Lee Byung-hun.
Jae-Hyeok (Kim Nam-Gil) lives with his mother (Kim Young-Ae), his sister-in-law (Moon Jeong-Hee) and nephew Min-Jae (Bae Gang-Yoo) in a small Korean town. He is dating Yeon-Joo (Kim Ju-hyeon), while working at the local nuclear power plant.
In 2010, "Poetry" won the Best Screenplay Award and was selected for the main competition at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival. In November 2011, the leading actress, Jeong-hee Yoon, won the Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for Best Actress for her performance.
Yang Mi-ja (Yoon Jeong-hee), a 66-year-old grandmother, consults a doctor at a hospital who is concerned about her forgetfulness, referring her to a specialist. As she leaves the hospital she sees a woman crazy with grief because her 16-year-old daughter has drowned.
Nam Jeong-im (July 21, 1945 – September 2, 1992) was a South Korean actress. Nam was commonly referred to as one of the "Troika" along with her rival actresses, Yoon Jeong-hee and Moon Hee of the 1960s and early 1970s.