Synonyms for jung_hwa or Related words with jung_hwa

sung_hoon              ji_hoon              kyeong              yeol              woong              yeo_jin              yoon_ji              jung_soo              jung_yoon              yoon_jung              jung_hyun              seo_hyun              beom              soo_kyung              seol              geun              ryung              choi_eun              sang_hoon              jung_woo              kang_tae              ji_hyun              yoon_jong              yoon_jae              hyun_woo              ji_seok              jung_hee              seung_ho              joo_hyun              kang_joon              ryul              jung_yong              yoo_jung              yoo_kyung              jung_hye              eun_kyung              ahn_jae              jung_tae              seo_woo              ji_hye              hee_jung              seo_eun              seo_yeon              choi_jin              dong_chul              hyun_jin              jin_goo              dong_wook              yoo_seung              hee_joo             



Examples of "jung_hwa"
Han Jung-Hwa (; born 31 October 1982) is a South Korean football midfielder.
In February 2015, Mystic89 added veteran singer and actress Uhm Jung-hwa and former MBLAQ member Thunder to the roster.
Choi Jung Hwa (born 22 May 1951) is the only son of General Choi Hong Hi, who is sometimes regarded as the founder of taekwondo.
An Jung-hwa (born 20 February 1981) is a female South Korean handball player who competed at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
In My End Is My Beginning () is a 2013 South Korean film starring Uhm Jung-hwa, Kim Hyo-jin, and Hwang Jung-min.
Wonderful Nightmare (; lit. Miss Wife) is a 2015 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Uhm Jung-hwa and Song Seung-heon.
His ex-wife (Uhm Jung-hwa) is a fiery spirited psychiatrist, who has perhaps met her match with a rough-and-tumble cop (Hwang Jung-min).
Choi Jung Hwa was promoted to 9th Degree Black Belt in 2004 and to the rank of Grandmaster. Choi prefers the title of President or Master to Grandmaster.
Spy Girl (; lit. "Those Who Don't Know Her Are Spies") is a 2004 South Korean film starring Kim Jung-hwa and Gong Yoo.
A South Korean remake titled "Witch's Romance" (or "A Witch's Love") aired on tvN in 2014, starring Uhm Jung-hwa and Park Seo-joon.
Ku was cast in the MBC weekend drama "You’re Too Much" alongside Uhm Jung-hwa. However, she left the show after two weeks due to health reasons.
Before debuting as a member of Koyote, Kim worked as a backup dancer for Uhm Jung-hwa, Lee Jung Hyun, Kim Wan-sun, R.E.F and many other artists. He was on the dance team "Friends" for five years.
When director Kim Jee-woon first came to her about the idea for a film about the 1991 championships, South Korean table tennis legend and Olympic gold medalist Hyun Jung-hwa reportedly answered, "Why didn't you approach me sooner?"
Hot Concert is the first solo concert by artist Taeyang, to support his first mini album "Hot". Uhm Jung Hwa, Mighty Mouse and Big Bang were guest performans. All tickets were sold out.
The story of the Unified Korean team in the 1991 World Championships and its victory over the Chinese in the women's team event is told by the movie "As One" starring actress Ha Ji-won as Hyun Jung-Hwa.
A South Korean movie "Korea" () ("As one") was released on May 3, 2012 and describes the story of women's team. Hyun Jung-Hwa was portrayed by Ha Ji-won and Li Bun-Hui by Bae Doona.
For Horowitz (; lit. "Hurrah for Horowitz") is a 2006 South Korean drama film directed by Kwon Hyung-jin and starring Uhm Jung-hwa, Shin Eui-jae and Park Yong-woo.
The 51st Grand Bell Awards ceremony was held at the KBS Hall in Yeouido, Seoul on November 21, 2014 and hosted by Shin Hyun-joon, Uhm Jung-hwa and Oh Man-seok.
Tidal Wave () is a 2009 South Korean disaster film. Billed as South Korea's first disaster film, "Tidal Wave" is directed by Yoon Je-kyoon and stars Sol Kyung-gu, Ha Ji-won, Park Joong-hoon and Uhm Jung-hwa.
Shin Ji-Sang is the pen name of manhwa artist Shin Su-Mi. Shin collaborated with Geo (real name Min Jung-Hwa) to publish "Chocolat" through Ice Kunion. They also collaborated to create the manhwa called "Very! Very! SWEET!"