Synonyms for jeong_ho or Related words with jeong_ho

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Examples of "jeong_ho"
file:DaedongyeojidoUlleungdo.png|Kim Jeong-ho"Daedongyeojido"(1861)
file:East of Ulleungdo and Usando.jpg|Kim Jeong-ho"Daedongyeojido"(1861)
His younger brother Hong Jeong-ho, is also a footballer.
Bestseller () is a 2010 South Korean mystery thriller film written and directed by Lee Jeong-ho.
Jeong Ho-seung (This is the author's preferred Romanization per LTI Korea) is a popular South Korean poet.
Min Jeong-ho follows Jang-geum to Jeju Island. He offers to help Jang-geum escape, but she refuses since doing so would mean never being able to return to the palace to not only clear Lady Han's name, but obtain justice for her mother's death. Min Jeong-ho declares he will wait for her and help her out throughout her stay in Jeju.
Jang-geum fears that accepting this position will endanger her friends and family. However, with Min Jeong-ho's support, she accepts. The ministers and scholars of the court bitterly accept the decree, but demand that the king punish Min Jeong-ho for supporting Jang-geum's appointment. Seeing an opportunity to separate the lovers, the king agrees and Jeong-ho is sentenced to exile.
General Jeong Ho-yong (korean: 정호용, 鄭鎬溶, born 10 September 1932) was South Korean army general, politician, and Interior Minister, Defense Minister.
Jeong Ho-Jeong (; born 1 September 1988) is a South Korean football defender. He currently plays for Busan IPark in the K League Challenge.
Among the former players on the female team are: Susann Goksør Bjerkrheim, Kjersti Grini, Heidi Tjugum, Hege Kristine Kvitsand, Camilla Andersen, Anja Andersen, Sahra Hausmann, Siv Heim Sæbøe, Cecilie Leganger, Hong Jeong-ho, Gitte Madsen, Ausra Fridrikas, Ingrid Steen.
Hong Jeong-ho (, or ; born 12 August 1989) is a Korean football player who plays for Chinese Super League side Jiangsu Suning, known for being strong yet very fast for a central defender.
Members Kim Seung-hyung, Kim Seung-hwan, and Jeong Ho-young left Apeace on April 23 to fulfill their mandatory military service. They were replaced by Yun Jun-sik, Kim Doo-hee, and Yoo Jae-deok (J.D), respectively.
Ahn Jong-bum and Jeong Ho-sung, top presidential aides, were arrested for abusing power and helping Choi; they denied wrongdoing and claimed that they were simply following President Park's orders.
On 1 September 2013, Hong Jeong-ho transferred to FC Augsburg from Jeju United for a fee estimated around 2 million euros. He signed a 4-year contract which will keep him at the club until 2017.
Eventually, the king's previous medical condition re-emerges. Jang-geum attempts to heal him using all the medical equipment and knowledge available at the time. The other doctors offer advice but nothing works; the king is dying. Jang-geum resorts to her last option—an experimental technique using newly "discovered" anesthesia and surgery. However, the king's body is considered sacred and the court unanimously opposes this new procedure, and the king decides not to allow the operation. Knowing Jang-geum's life will be in danger after his death, the repentant king grants her escape to be with Min Jeong-ho. Jang-geum and Jeong-ho live as fugitives.
In his second outing in the Deep organisation, Namekawa beat Kenji Akiyama by TKO, Jong Hyuk Moon by submission and lost to Ryuta Sakurai. He also drew with Jeong Ho Lee on December 2, 2005. On April 11, 2006, Namekawa was defeated by Cyrille Diabate by KO at "Deep - 24 Impact".
Hong Jeong-Ho (born May 6, 1974 in Jeju Province, South Korea) is a retired South Korean team handball player, Olympic and World champion. She's now based in Seoul and is involved in youth handball and also an expert commentator on TV.
On August 24, 2009, Lee married Jeong Ho-young, a Korean-American businessman 7 years her senior, in the United States. On February 20, 2011, Lee gave birth to twins, one boy and one girl, at the Jeil Hospital in Jung-gu, Seoul.
The Korea Office of Civil Aviation (KOCA,) is the South Korean civil aviation authority. It is subordinate to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT). The head office is in the Sejong Government Complex in Sejong City. As of 2013 the Deputy Minister of the Office of Civil Aviation is Dr. Choi Jeong-ho.
Jeong Ki-ryong was born in Jinju, South Gyeongsang Province in 1562. His original name was Jeong Mu-su (정무수; 鄭茂壽). He was the son of Jeong Ho, Fourth State Councillor ("Jwachanseong" 좌찬성). In 1586, He passed the military examination (무과; 武科) and renamed Ki-ryong by the King's command.