Synonyms for ji_hye or Related words with ji_hye

yoon_ji              jung_eun              yoon_jung              jae_hee              yeo_jin              seo_yeon              jung_hyun              soo_kyung              jung_hye              yoon_jae              seo_hyun              hye_jung              jung_hee              yoon_hee              ji_hyun              kyeong              eun_hee              sung_hoon              kang_tae              choi_eun              seo_ji              yoo_jung              hee_jung              yeon_soo              hee_joo              kim_tae_hyun              seo_jin              joo_hyun              jung_hwa              ji_seok              eun_kyung              kyung_joo              kim_hye              joo_hee              jung_tae              go_kyung_pyo              ji_yeon              lee_yeon_hee              yeol              kim_yoo_jung              yoon_jong              hyun_soo              woong              joon_ho              kang_joon              seung_hee              yoon_hye              jung_woo              yoon_seo              ryung             

Examples of "ji_hye"
Han Ji-hye (born Lee Ji-hye on June 29, 1984) is a South Korean actress.
Wanderer's Mate "Voiced by": Kim Ji-hye (Korean), ??? (English)
Born Lee Ji-hye, she used the stage name "Han Ji-hye" upon learning that her real name would cause confusion among fans since an older actress, Lena Lee, also has the same Korean name.
The group's breakup was attributed to the inability of the female singers to work together. This was largely due to Seo Ji-young bullying Lee Ji-hye to the point that the company was forced to disband the group. Lee Ji-hye was badly bullied by Seo Ji-young who had the other members bully Lee Ji-Hye as well. After the breakup, a greatest hits album was released on January 24, 2003.
Baek Ji Hye (born July 21, 1986), better known by her stage name Zia, is a South Korean singer.
Humming () is a 2008 South Korean romance drama film starring Lee Chun-hee and Han Ji-hye.
Wang Ji-hye (born December 29, 1985) is a South Korean actress best known for her roles in "Protect the Boss", "Friend, Our Legend", "President", and "Personal Taste".
Jeon Ji-hye (born July 25, 1984), better known by her stage name Lady Jane is a South Korean singer, television personality, radio presenter.
Minho debuted as an actor on 20 November 2010 in a KBS2's drama special, entitled "Pianist" with actress Han Ji-hye.
The film also garnered several Canadian Screen Award nominations at the 3rd Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Original Screenplay, Best Actress (Ahn Ji-hye and Yoon Da-gyeong) and Best Supporting Actress (Gil Hae-yeon).
Ulsan is one of the filming locations of the Munhwa Broadcasting Corporation 2012 South Korean television melodrama series "May Queen", starring Han Ji-hye, Kim Jae-won and Jae Hee.
Lim Ji-Hye (Korean: 임지혜 ; born 28 October 1985 in Cheorwon, South Korea) is a South Korean weightlifter. She competed at the 2012 Summer Olympics in the -75 kg event.
One name containing this element, Ji-hye, was a popular name for newborn girls in South Korean in the late 20th century, coming in 1st place in 1980 and 1990.
Raffles hospital separated another set of conjoined twins Ji Hye and Sa Rang. They underwent a successful surgery on 22 July 2003. On 16 August, both twins were discharged almost a month after their operation.
Birth of a Beauty () is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Joo Sang-wook, Han Ye-seul, Jung Gyu-woon and Wang Ji-hye. It aired on SBS from November 1, 2014 to January 11, 2015 for 21 episodes.
The 15th Busan International Film Festival was held from October 7 to October 15, 2010, at the Busan Stadium Yachting Center Outdoor Stage, hosted by actors Jung Joon-ho and Han Ji-hye.
Sung Ji-Hye (born ) is a South Korean female artistic gymnast, representing her nation at international competitions. She competed at world championships, including the 2013 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships in Antwerp, Belgium.
Several of the school scenes were filmed at various universities in Korea. Notably, the library was in Kyung Hee University. There are many parallels between the flashback and present day stories. In the flashbacks, Joon Ha writes letters in the name of his friend Tae-soo to their mutual love interest. In the present day, Ji-hye writes letters in the name of her friend to their mutual love interest. In the flashbacks, Joo-hee has an annoying female friend that Joon-ha is initially set up with. In the present day, Ji-hye also has an annoying friend that interferes with her relationship. Also, Joo-hee and Ji-hye both receive the same poem from the people they love: "When the sun shines...".
The movie starts in the present day. The daughter, Ji-hye (Son Ye-jin), is cleaning-up around her house when she comes across a box full of old letters and a diary that detail the story of her mother, Joo-hee (who is also played by Son Ye-jin). Periodically in the movie, Ji-hye reads one of these letters, which starts a flashback scene in which the story of the mother is told. These flashbacks are intertwined with Ji-hye's own story, in which she falls for a fellow student, Sang-min (Jo In-sung), who is involved with the school theater.
Since the breakup, Seo Ji-young has released two solo albums entitled "Listen to My Heart" and "Different This Time". Lee Ji-hye released a solo album entitled "Without You" () and a special single with the lead song "Love Me Love Me". Chris Kim also released a solo album entitled "Christopher". Jang Seok-hyun is yet to release a solo album but the public was startled by his weight loss, which is said to be 30 kg. He later admitted that he lost weight in order to debut as an actor. Unfortunately, the victim, Lee Ji-hye has not been as successful of a career post disbandment.