Synonyms for jeong_jae or Related words with jeong_jae

ryong              kim_seong              choi_jong              pyung              heon              lee_seung              jung_yong              yeol              yoon_jung              byeong              ahn_jae              yoo_jae              choi_jeong              kyoung              deuk              keun              myeong              geun              lee_kwang              byoung              kim_jong              kim_yeong              jung_hae              lee_myung              kim_gwang              kim_myung              hyo              taek              myong              choi_hyun              choi_seung              yoon_jong              gyung              kang_tae              woong              jang_jae              choi_myung              choi_eun              eung              joo_hyun              hyeong              byung              kyong              kwang              seoung              eun_kyung              jung_yoon              bong_soo              jeong_eun              choi_yong             

Examples of "jeong_jae"
2000. 09. Jeong-jae-seong was appointed as the second principal
Jeong Jae Soon – Actress in TV dramas such as “Three Sisters”
Jeong Jae-eun (; born March 26, 1969) is a South Korean Film Director.
On 20 July NC.A released her new song "Vanilla Shake" and Jeong Jae Yong and NS Yoon-G were featured in the MV.
Jeong Jae-eun attended and was one of the first graduates of the School of Film, TV and Multimedia of the Korea National University of Arts.
Lee Jeong-Jae (born ) is a South Korean male weightlifter, competing in the 77 kg category and representing South Korea at international competitions. He competed at world championships, most recently at the 2006 World Weightlifting Championships.
This was followed by two more critical successes, 2001's "Take Care of My Cat", directed by Jeong Jae-eun, and 2002's "Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance", directed by Park Chan-wook.
He is 16 years old on base job, 18 on 1st job, and 19 on 2nd job. Add is voiced by {Jeong Jae-heon (Korean), Ryōhei Kimura (Japanese), Renato Novara (Italian), and Bryce Papenbrook (English).
Jeong Jae-heon (; born April 18, 1975) is a South Korean voice actor and actor. He joined Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation's voice acting division in 2002. After being a freelancer, Jae-heon made a brief appearance on a 2005 South Korean film "Quiz King", playing his role as a television news reporter. The voice actor became popular with his dub of Kiyomaro Takamine on "Zatch Bell!", which has been one of his signature works. He gained popularity also by replacing Adam Rodriguez on "", and Archie Kao on "". In late 2011, Jae-heon once was on stage, portraying Lee Mong-ryong in a South Korean charity play "Hyang-dan, Fly". He has recently been known for his voicing Shota Kazehaya on the Korean dub of a Japanese television animation series "From Me to You", which made many fans of Jae-heon call him 정재하야 (Jeong-jae-ha-ya, a compound word formed from "Jeong Jae"-heon and Kaze"haya").
Take Care of My Cat () is a 2001 South Korean coming of age film, the feature debut of director Jeong Jae-eun. It chronicles the lives of a group of friends — five young women — a year after they graduate from high school, showing the heartbreaking changes and inspiring difficulties they face in both their friendships and the working world.
Dasan’s father was Jeong Jae-won (丁載遠, 1730–1792). His eldest brother Yak-hyeon (若鉉, 1751–1821) was the son of a first wife, while Jeong Yak-jong (若鍾, 1760–1801), Yak-jeon (若銓, 1758–1816), and Yak-yong were the sons of their father’s second wife, Suk-in (淑人, 1730–1770) from the Haenam Yun 尹 family. There was one daughter from this second marriage. Four other daughters were later born of a third marriage.
On the big screen, Lee said after her enjoyable experience working with Jeong Jae-eun on "Take Care of My Cat", she wanted to work with other female directors, so she starred in Anna Lee's romantic mystery "The Recipe" (2010) and Bang Eun-jin's crime thriller "Perfect Number" (2012). In contrast, she was cast in the only female starring role in Kang Woo-suk's "Fists of Legend" (2013), about middle-aged men who join a televised mixed martial arts tournament/reality show.
The exact proportion of Sino-Korean vocabulary is a matter of debate. Sohn (2001) stated 50–60%. Later, the same author (2006, p. 5) gives an even higher estimate of 65%. Jeong Jae-do, one of the compilers of the dictionary "Urimal Keun Sajeon", asserts that the proportion is not so high. He points out that Korean dictionaries compiled during the colonial period include many unused Sino-Korean words. In his estimation, the proportion of native Korean vocabulary in the Korean language might be as high as 70%.
JS Food Plan Co, Ltd. (commonly referred to as "JS" (which is an acronym for the Korean name Jae Sang) (hangul:제이에스 푸드플랜) is a franchised Korean pizza company headquartered in Yeoeuido-Dong Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, Korea, established in 1998 the company is currently CEO'd by Jeong Jae Sang (정재상). Its brand name is Pizza Segyero. (hangul:피자 세계로) In 2005, the company became an international franchise when it expanded to Beijing, China. The company is comparable to pizza restaurant chains such as Hankook Pizza Hut, Hankook Mr. Pizza, Chicken Nara, Domino Pizza Korea, Pizza Etang and Reach Beam.
Dong is best known for performing the theme songs of several Chinese MMORPGs, including "The Legend of Sword and Fairy" series, "Jade Dynasty" and "Zu Online", as well as for some television series and commercials. She is the first singer to use the "Zhongguo Feng" (中國風) style (a form of modern Chinese music which fuses traditional instruments and styles with R&B or rock) for theme songs from video games. Dong also writes lyrics for songs by other singers, including Jang Na-ra and Jeong Jae-yeon. She released a total of six albums from 2007 to 2011.
Kim Kang-woo majored in Theater and Film at Chung-Ang University, and made his acting debut in Kim Ki-duk's 2002 film "The Coast Guard" while still a senior, later commenting that the role of a soldier was the only one he could get without any prior experience. Subsequent roles in the drama series "Breathless" and "Three Leafed Clover" earned Kim the nickname "Mr. Right" as he became known for his portrayal of honest and diligent characters. His first leading film role was in Jeong Jae-eun's 2005 sophomore feature "The Aggressives", for which he and co-star Chun Jung-myung were the co-recipients of the "Best New Actor" award at the 6th Busan Film Critics Awards.
Dasan’s father’s family traced their descent back to Jeong Ja-geup (丁子伋, 1423–1487) who in 1460 first took a government position under King Sejo. Eight further generations then followed his example. Jeong Si-yun (丁時潤, 1646–1713) and his second son Do-bok (道復, 1666–1720) were the last of the line, since the Southerners’ faction to which the family belonged lost power in 1694. Si-yun retired to a house in Mahyeon-ri to the east of Seoul (now known as Namyangju) in 1699, which was to be Dasan’s birthplace. His eldest son, Do-tae (道泰) lived there and was Dasan’s direct ancestor. The Southerners remained excluded from official positions until a brief period that began during the reign of King Jeongjo, when Dasan’s father was appointed magistrate of Jinju county, thanks to his strong links with the powerful Chae Je-gong (蔡濟恭, 1720–99), who rose until he was appointed third state councillor in 1788. In 1762, the execution of Crown Prince Sado by his father the king so shocked Jeong Jae-won that he withdrew from official life and returned to his home in Mahyeon-ri. This explains the courtesy name Gwi’nong (‘back to farming’) his father gave Dasan, who was born in the same year. As a result, Dasan grew up receiving intense intellectual training from his now unoccupied father.
In 1784, Yi Byeok (李蘗, 1754–1786), a scholar who had participated in meetings to study books about the Western (European) Learning, starting in 1777, talked with Dasan about the new religion for the first time in 1784 and gave him a book about it. Whatever his own response may have been, and there is no proof that he ever received baptism, Dasan’s immediate family was deeply involved in the origins of the Korean Catholic community. His older sister was married to Yi Seung-hun, the Korean who was first baptized as a Catholic in Beijing in 1784 and played a leading role in the early years of the Church’s growth. The oldest of Jeong Jae-won’s sons, Yak-hyeon, was married to a sister of Yi Byeok. Another daughter, from a third marriage, later married Hwang Sa-yeong (1775–1801), author of the notorious Silk Letter. Dasan’s older brother, Jeong Yak-jong (Augustinus) was the leader of the first Catholic community and one of the first victims of the purge launched against Southerners, but especially against Catholics, in 1801, after the sudden death of King Jeongjo.