Synonyms for jihyun or Related words with jihyun
Examples of "jihyun"
Tinari, Philip. "Sterling Ruby". Translated by
Ha. Seoul: Kukje Gallery, 2013.
He won a 2017 Annie Award in Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in a Live Action Production for his work on "Doctor Strange". Bevan won the award along with Georg Kaltenbrunner, Michael Marcuzzi, Andrew Graham and
He won a 2017 Annie Award in Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in a Live Action Production for his work on "Doctor Strange". Marcuzzi won the award along with Georg Kaltenbrunner, Thomas Bevan, Andrew Graham and
was chosen as a member of 4Minute in 2009. The 5-member girl group official debuted on June 18, 2009 with performing their debut single "Hot Issue" on M Countdown.
In 2012, he released a digital single with singer Yoo Sung-eun entitled ""Love Virus"". A music video was uploaded to BtoB's official Youtube channel, featuring 4Minute's Nam
and singer Roh Ji-hoon.
Nam Ji-hyun (born January 9, 1990), better known mononymously as
is a South Korean singer and actress. She was previously the leader and a vocalist of South Korean girl group 4Minute.
He won a 2017 Annie Award in Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in a Live Action Production for his work on "Doctor Strange". Graham won the award along with Georg Kaltenbrunner, Michael Marcuzzi, Thomas Bevan and
On 13 June 2016, Cube Entertainment announced that 4Minute decided to disband and the members, excluding HyunA, were still in discussion on whether they will renew their contracts. On 15 June 2016, Cube Entertainment official announced that
, Gayoon, Jiyoon and Sohyun's contracts had expired and they decided not to renew their contracts.
He won a 2017 Annie Award in Outstanding Achievement, Animated Effects in a Live Action Production for his work on "Doctor Strange". Kaltenbrunner won the award along with Michael Marcuzzi, Thomas Bevan, Andrew Graham and
Yoon. It marked his second consecutive win of an Annie in this category.
Nam Ji-hyun was born on January 9, 1990 in Seoul, South Korea.
auditioned for JYP Entertainment but was eliminated. However, she then joined Cube Entertainment as a result of Cube Entertainment Founder Hong Seung-sung being recommended by JYP's recruitment department in finding members to form 4Minute.
Girl group 4minute disbanded on June 2016. The four members
, Gayoon, Jiyoon, and Sohyun parted ways with Cube Entertainment after their contract termination. Hyuna was the only member to renew her contract with the agency, and would continue her career as a solo artist.
On June 13, 2016, Cube Entertainment announced that 4Minute decided to disband and the members still discussion to renew their contracts. On June 15, 2016 Cube Entertainment officially announced that
, Gayoon, Jiyoon and Sohyun's contracts had expired on June 14 and that the members decided not to renew their contracts, hence their departure from Cube Entertainment.
In 2012, Sinawe temporarily reunited with Bada Kim to participate in MBC's "I Am a Singer 2". Seven years after their previous album, 2006's "Reason of Dead Bugs", the band released the mini album "Mirrorview" in 2013 adding an electronic rock sound. It includes a new recording of their classic "Turn Up the Radio" with vocalist Yoon
On June 13, 2016, Cube Entertainment announced that 4Minute decided to disband and the members still discussion to renew their contracts. On June 15, 2016 Cube Entertainment officiall announced that
, Gayoon, Jiyoon and Soohyun contract had expired on June 14 and they decided not to renew their contract.
Ryeowook and Sungmin are guests on Kangin's radio show, but minutes before broadcast, Ryeowook suddenly disappears. When he is found, he is trapped inside a cubicle with an unknown force pressing him against the door. After getting him out, they barely make it in time for the broadcast. More research on Lim Joomi's death leads to finding out that the rumors were spread by her former friend Yang
. With a hidden camera, Yang
is interviewed at her workplace, saying that she had never thought her actions would result in Joomi taking her life.
visits Joomi's grave, tearfully asking for forgiveness. Meanwhile, Leeteuk reads through Gayoung's very last entries, written just moments before her death. He finds a hidden page that had been glued together. It is then discovered that Gayoung's mother, not her father, had killed her. With Donghae still resting in their dorm, Leeteuk and Shindong frantically try to warn him by phone, at the same time Gayoung's mother appears at the door, repeatedly ringing the doorbell. Donghae wakes up and picks up the phone first before checking the door, but no one is there.
(Hangul: 김지현; born on June 16, 1988), commonly known as G.Soul, is an American singer of Korean descent signed under Studio J, a subsidiary of JYP Entertainment. Before debuting as a solo singer in South Korea, G.Soul had some notable recognition in South Korea and some parts of America for being "R.Kelly's protege." He is considered to be JYP's longest trainee, having been trained for 15 years before debuting. He has also done several covers of songs by American artists.
Before entering the army, Moon had signed a contract with SidusHQ and during his time in the army, he hosted the KFN Korean Army Broadcast "Music Talk Show", which received recognition from various Korean artistes. In 2008, Moon released his fifth album, "Special Album", which included songs from H.O.T. previous albums. Moon released his first mini album, "Last Cry", in 2009. In the same year, Moon appeared in sitcom "Taehee, Hyegyo,
" and took a break from the music scene.
Gangkiz (Hangul: ) was a South Korean girl group formed by Core Contents Media. Consisting of members
, Sooeun, Hae-in, Somin, Eunbyul, Esther, and Hyeji, the group debuted in May 2012, with their first extended play, "We Became Gang". In April 2013, it was revealed that all members, with the exception of Esther and Hyeji, had departed the group. The remaining members are presumed to have disbanded sometime in 2014. No official announcement regarding the group's dissolution was ever made.
On January 31, Jung Joon Young announced through his Instagram account that he will release his first full album which is titled 1인칭 (The First Person). Along with the announcement, he posted the first image teaser for his new album. On February 1, C9 Entertainment announced that "나와 너 (Me and You)" will be the title track for Jung's new album. "나와 너 (Me and You)" is a ballad song featuring a senior Korean singer, Jang Hye-jin. Two days later, Jung's agency revealed the tracklist of the album through their Twitter account. The album consists of nine tracks including intro, outro, five new songs and two songs from his previous single album, "공감 (Sympathy)". All songs in the album were written, composed and arranged by Jung Joon Young. The producer of this album are Jung Joon Young and Lee
. Jung’s new album is released digitally on online sites on February 7 at midnight KST. The music video for his title track "나와 너 (Me and You)" is also shared at that time on Jung's official Youtube channel. On February 18, Jung's agency announced that the Chinese version of his first full album, "The First Person", was released digitally on iTunes and KKBox that day in 4 countries, Taiwan, Hongkong, Singapore and Malaysia. While the physical CD will be released on March 17. The Chinese version consists of 12 tracks, which included 9 songs from the Korean version of the album and 3 Chinese translated songs, "Sympathy", "Amy", and "Me and You".
On January 4, 2010, Hyuna released the single "Change" which debuted high on various online charts and promoted it on music shows. The song reached No. 14 on the Gaon 2010 digital yearly charts with 2,469,354 copies sold. Ten days later, on January 14, the "Change" music video was flagged with a 19+ rating by the Ministry of Gender Equality and Family for being inappropriate for minors. Cube Entertainment stated that the music video would be re-edited and submitted for approval. However, broadcast station SBS, announced the music video would be restricted for a 15+ audience instead, and MBC announced that it would still be viewable for all audiences. Hyuna's "Change" promotions ended in March 2010. On February 10, Hyuna released a digital single, "Love Parade", featuring T-max's member Park Yun-hwa. Two months later, on April 16, Hyuna released another digital single, "Outlaw in the Wild "()"", featuring Nassun, and produced by E-Tribe. She went on to play a cameo role in the thriller movie "Midnight FM" with 4Minute member
on October 14, 2010. She also rapped a duet with G.NA called "Say You Love Me", in which she wrote and composed the rap lyrics of the song. The duet was released on November 10, 2010.
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