Synonyms for jin_sook or Related words with jin_sook

ji_seok              yoon_jung              ryeong              yoo_seung              kyung_hwan              seok_hyun              ryung              ji_hyun              jung_hee              kyeong              bok_hee              yeo_jin              kyung_joo              sung_hoon              seo_hyun              jung_tae              kyung_min              dong_hoon              ji_yeon              hyun_sook              hyun_soo              eun_ju              jung_woo              joon_ho              seung_hee              seo_yeon              woong              jung_soo              ryeol              tae_woong              jung_hwa              eun_kyung              seung_ho              yeol              dong_wook              choi_eun              bong_soo              jong_suk              soo_kyung              jung_yoon              ahn_jae              jung_hyun              jae_wook              hee_joo              byun_hee_bong              myung_hee              eun_hee              gyung              joon_soo              kwang_soo             

Examples of "jin_sook"
Chang grew up in South Korea and moved to California in 1981 with his wife, Jin Sook Chang.
Jin-sook has a close relationship with her son, Don-woo, and is surprised when he announces his engagement to Su-jin. After the wedding, the three end up living together, with a nervous Su-jin keen to impress her new mother-in-law. But Jin-sook is determined to sabotage her son's marriage.
Do Won Chang and Jin Sook Chang have two children and live in Beverly Hills, California. The owners and founders of Forever 21 are Christians, which is why "" is on the bottom of every bag.
In Lauren Beukes' 2013 novel "The Shining Girls", the body of one of the victims, Jin-Sook Au, a social worker, is found with a copy of "Parable of the Sower".
Lee Ho-tae is a police profiler who has a 100 percent success rate in tracking down suspects. One day while he's on a stakeout, the criminal attempts to flee and gets run over in a hit and run accident. When Ho-tae follows the driver to make an arrest, he finds himself face to face with Yoon Jin-sook, the first girl he ever loved. Their relationship had ended ten years ago. Taken aback, Ho-tae stalls his fellow officers by locking up Jin-sook in his own home, but as old feelings resurface, he finds out more shocking truths about his ex-girlfriend, like the fact that she's a notorious thief who's long been on the most wanted list for stealing priceless artworks and gems across Seoul. Together, they try to come up with a solution to keep Jin-sook out of prison while the rest of the police force search for her.
Han Jin-sook (born 15 December 1979) is a South Korean women's international footballer who plays as a midfielder. She is a member of the South Korea women's national football team. She was part of the team at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup. On club level she plays for Daekyo Kangaroos in South Korea.
He and his wife, Jin Sook (Hangul: 진숙), opened a clothing store then named Fashion 21 in 1984 in Highland Park, Los Angeles. The store took off, and as they expanded to other locations the store's name was changed to Forever 21. The number of stores grew to 457 by 2010. The company has remained a family operation. Forbes in 2012 estimated Chang and his wife's net worth to be $4 billion.
On August 3, 2015, it was announced that Warner Bros. would finance and distribute its first ever Korean-language 1930s set drama "Secret Agent," and the $8.62 million budgeted film would also be produced by Grimm Pictures. The project and script was developed by Lee Jin-sook, which Kim Jee-woon would direct and the cast would be Song Kang-ho and Gong Yoo. A trailer was released on July 14, 2016, revealing the new title as "The Age of Shadows.
Fast forward to high school, where they are reunited after separating during middle school. They become smitten with the lead singer of a band of girls their age. Joon-seok invites the band to a party at his house, where each boy pairs off with one girl (though not after some tension over how to do so). Sang-taek receives his first kiss from the lead singer, Jin-sook.
Chae Yeon was born Lee Jin-Sook (, Hanja: 李珍淑), in Seoul in 1978. It took her many years to attain her level of fame in Korea's entertainment industry. In fact, she had to start out in Japan first. She was part of a singing group called , debuted in Japan on January 1, 2001, when it had six members. Brand New Biscuits included also another Korean singer, Yuny Han (Han Tae Yoon). Chae Yeon was also member of group under the name of or from 2001 to 2002.
A few years later Sang-taek and Jung-ho return to find Joon-seok married to Jin-sook, the singer from the band. He is suffering severe withdrawal symptoms and is abusive towards his wife as a result of being addicted to philopon; he also appears depressed that his father is dying. Later he recovers from his addiction, divorces his wife, and mourns his father. He assumes his father's role as a crime lord, working under Hyung-doo. Dong-su also becomes a mobster with a rival organization, led by Sang-gon (who is shown earlier to be Hyung-doo's driver and therefore a former member of Joon-seok's father's organization - he has since become independently powerful, and based on a conversation he has in a restaurant, it can be deduced that he did so by hurting his old organization), and becomes similarly powerful.
Originally known as Fashion 21, the first Forever 21 (Fashion 21) store was founded in Los Angeles, California on April 21, 1984 by husband and wife, Do Won Chang and Jin Sook Chang. The store is located at 5637 N. Figueroa Street in the Highland Park district of Los Angeles and is still in operation, bearing the chain's original name. Designs similar to those seen in South Korea were sold and targeted to the Los Angeles Korean American community. In its first year in operation, sales totaled $700,000, and by 2013, there were more than 480 stores and revenue of $3.7 billion. And as of February 2014, Forever 21 generated a revenue of $3.8 billion. Originally, Forever 21 only sold clothes for women, but later expanded to sell menswear. Most Forever 21 stores now sell clothes for both men and women.
Mi-sun has gained knowledge from contact with a dead form which rose from a black puddle in one of the carriages and tells them that they are both dead, and that they now inhabit the bodies of other people. Also that their father and his wife planned to kill themselves and the children on that train 15 years ago but the poison he was going to use was ruined by a stewardess JUNG Jin-sook (Kim Hyeon-suk) when she accidentally kicked the jar it was in, so he got into the driver's cabin and put the train on a collision course with another train, causing the terrible wreck over a decade ago.