Synonyms for joo_hyun or Related words with joo_hyun

woong              ji_hyun              seo_hyun              choi_eun              yoon_ji              kyeong              sung_hoon              lee_seung              ji_hoon              jung_hyun              jung_hwa              yoon_jung              ji_seok              jung_hee              kim_hye              ji_hye              geun              yoon_jong              yeo_jin              beom              choi_seung              jung_hae              kang_tae              hyeon              kim_yeong              soo_kyung              kim_jong              eun_jung              choi_jong              jung_soo              sang_hoon              jung_yong              jung_yoon              kim_seong              seol              seung_ho              ahn_jae              jung_tae              bong_soo              yoo_jung              ryul              yeol              jung_hye              jung_eun              choi_jin              min_hyuk              jin_kyung              eun_hee              kim_myung              ryung             



Examples of "joo_hyun"
Park Joo-hyun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Park and the given name Joo-hyun, and may also refer to:
Joo Hyun-Mi married husband Lim Dong-Shin in 1988.
Park Joo-hyun (Hangul: 박주현; born 29 September 1984) is a South Korean football player.
Joo Hyun (born Joo Il-choon, 1 March 1943) is a South Korean actor.
Noh Joo-hyun (born Noh Un-young on August 19, 1946) is a South Korean actor.
An elderly woman (Oh Mi-hee) rents a coffee shop from a gruff theater owner (Joo Hyun).
Her second album, "Joo Hyun-Mi 2" was the 1988 Golden Disk Awards "Disk Daesang" (Album of the Year).
Joo Hyun-Jung (; ; born May 3, 1982) is a female professional former world number one archer from South Korea.
Baek Joo-Hyun (born February 9, 1984) is a South Korea football player who since November 2008 has played for Suwon Samsung Bluewings.
The music video for "Arirang" featured Lee Beom-soo, Ock Joo-hyun, and Lee Sun-kyun. The storyline was set around the Korean War in the 1950s.
Joo Hyun-Mi (Hangul: 주현미, Hanja: 周炫美, born 27 September 1961 in lunar calendar) or Chou Hsuan Mei is a Korean trot singer and pharmacist.
A Family () is a 2004 South Korean drama film starring Soo Ae and Joo Hyun, and written and directed by Lee Jung-chul.
Joo Hyun-jae (; born 26 May 1989) is a South Korean footballer who plays as a defender for Ansan Mugunghwa in the K League Challenge.
Irene was born Bae Joo-hyun on March 29, 1991 in Daegu, South Korea. She attended Haknam High School in Daegu. She joined S.M. Entertainment in 2009 and trained for five years.
On February 17, 2009, Joo Hyun-Mi sang a duet with Girls' Generation member Seohyun (feat. Davichi) called "JjaRaJaJja" (Korean: "짜라자짜"). The song earned a nomination from the 2009 M.net Asian Music Awards for "Trot Music of the Year".
Bae Joo-hyun (born March 29, 1991), better known by her stage name Irene, is a South Korean singer, television host and actress. She is a member of South Korean girl group Red Velvet.
"Rebecca" premiered in Korea on January 2013, and was met with both critical and commercial success. The cast included Yoo Jun-sang, Ryu Jung-han, and Oh Man-seok as Maxim, Lim Hye-young and Kim Bo-kyung as "I", and Ock Joo-hyun and Shin Young-sook as Mrs. Danvers. In the 2013 7th Annual Musical Awards, the production won 5 awards, with Ock Joo-hyun as the Best Featured Actress, Robert Johanson as the Best Director, Jung Seung-Ho as the Best Scenic Designer, Jack Mehler as the Best Lighting Designer, and Kim Ji-Hyeon as the Best Sound Designer.
Like the men's competition, the final was an all-Korean affair, with third seed Joo Hyun-Jung defeating first seeds Kwak Ye-Ji by just one point. It marked the last World Archery Championships in which 12 arrow shoot-offs were used for the individual recurve competition elimination rounds; from 2011 the Olympic Round scoring system was adopted.
Like Land And Sky (; also known as As Much as Heaven and Earth) is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Park Hae-jin, Han Hyo-joo, Lee Joo-hyun, Kang Jung-hwa, and Hong Soo-ah. It aired on KBS1 from January 15 to August 31, 2007 on Mondays to Fridays at 20:25 for 165 episodes.
Sweet Spy () is a South Korean television series starring Nam Sang-mi, Lee Joo-hyun, Yoo Sun, and Korean-American model-turned-actor Dennis Oh. It aired on MBC from November 7, 2005 to January 10, 2006 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.