Synonyms for ji_yeon or Related words with ji_yeon

ji_hyun              seo_hyun              ji_hoon              jung_hee              ji_woo              yeo_jin              eun_hye              jung_hyun              sung_hoon              jung_eun              jung_soo              jin_hee              yoon_ji              soo_kyung              kwang_soo              jung_woo              seo_yeon              ji_eun              yeol              seul_gi              ji_hye              hee_jung              hyun_soo              hyun_jin              yoon_jae              kyeong              geun              soo_hyun              yeon_joo              eun_ah              jung_hwa              sang_hoon              yoon_hee              woo_hyun              hye_jung              ryung              yoon_jung              seung_ho              jin_sook              joo_hee              kyung_ah              shin_ae              myung_su              jae_hee              yoon_seo              hyun_sook              jae_kyung              kang_tae              woong              soo_yeon             



Examples of "ji_yeon"
In February 2017, Ji-yeon and actor Lee Dong-gun were reported to have ended their 2-year relationship. Ji-yeon and Lee have met through the film "Encounter", and were confirmed to be dating as of July 2015.
Yoo Ji-yeon (Yunjin Kim) is a prominent lawyer, who has yet to lose a case. While Ji-yeon is taking part in a parents-only race at her daughter's field day, her daughter disappears.
Seo Ji-yeon ( or ; born March 3, 1993) is a South Korean fencer.
Hong Ji-yeon (born ) is a retired South Korean female volleyball player.
Son Eun-Seo (born Son Ji-Yeon on June 26, 1986) is a South Korean actress.
South Korea's Kim Ji-Yeon won the gold medal. Thirty-two fencers from 24 countries competed.
Kim Ji-yeon (Hangul: 김지연; or ; born 12 March 1988 in Busan) is a South Korean sabre fencer.
Jiyeon (hangul: 지연), born Park Ji Yeon (hangul: 박지연) on January 23, 1991 in Seoul, South Korea.
Park Ji-yeon (born April 8, 1981), better known by her stage name Gummy (), is a South Korean singer.
Park Ji Yeon – Korean Gymnast who most recently attended the 16th Asian Games. Still a student at CGHS
In 2011, Ji-yeon teamed up with MBLAQ's Lee Joon to voice the animated film, "Gnomeo and Juliet".
Ji-yeon has expressed an interest in modeling. In 2008, when she was 15 years old, Ji-yeon was featured in several pictorials and advertisements for clothing company Smart with Korean boy band SHINee. She collaborated with Davichi and SeeYa on the digital single "Female Generation/Forever Love", which was released in May 2009, making her the first member of T-ara to appear in public. She appeared in SG Wannabe's music videos "Saranghae" and "My Love is Crying" from their 2009 album, "Gift from SG Wannabe". Early on, the Korean media dubbed Ji-yeon "Little Kim Tae-hee" due to her close resemblance to Kim.
While scanning the identification papers, Ji-yeon realizes that the woman mentioned by Seok-gu is Hye-jin. Using Seok-gu's wording, Hye-jin frees Ji-yeon into probation so she can attend Seok-gu's funeral. There, Ji-yeon attempts to reach Khan, only to be apprehended, and from the crime scene photos further realizes that Seok-gu's chihuahua has been fitted with a camera that also recorded Seok-gu's real murderer: Sung-yeol. Khan is the only one knowing this, but Sung-yeol kills him to silence him. The chihuahua is currently carried by Yoo-mi, who is hunted by Sung-yeol. Ji-yeon manages to reach their rendezvous place and after a struggle, is able to get the camera and knocks down Sung-yeol with Yoo-mi's help.
Sparks fly when Ji-yeon and Dong-ha meet, and despite the age difference, they find a lot in common with each other, including their scarred hearts.
In 2016, Ji-yeon was cast in the web drama "My Runaway" alongside Kang Dong-ho. The drama was released on Netflix in December 2016.
Ban Ji-yeon is a 39-year-old investigative news reporter at "Trouble Maker". Her job is the most important thing in Ji-yeon's life, and she's so passionate about it that colleagues call her a "witch" behind her back. Ji-yeon focuses all her energy on work because she stopped believing in love after her last boyfriend, 41-year-old war photographer Noh Shi-hoon disappeared prior to their wedding day.
Sung-yeol is arrested for the murders while Ji-yeon's inheritance as Seok-gu's wife is realized, making her the new owner of the Macanese casinos. Ji-yeon visits Sung-yeol at the prison to hear his reasons and that he never loved her. Just before she leaves, Sung-yeol tells her that he is the one who made her "Cinderella": Ji-yeon gives a smile.
Later in the day, Ji-yeon receives a phone call from the man who abducted her daughter. The man makes it clear that he is not interested in her money. Rather, he tells her that the only way she will ever see her daughter again is to defend a five-time convicted felon who is appealing his conviction for rape and murder. Ji-yeon has only seven days before his trial ends.
In May 2015, Ji-yeon was cast in the Korean-Chinese film "Encounter" alongside actor Lee Dong-gun. In July 2015, she collaborated with 2BIC’s Junhyung on the song "Summer Love".
In February 2017, it was announced that Ji-yeon would be making her solo comeback after 3 years with a new album. However, album preparations were later put on hold.