Synonyms for jung_hyun or Related words with jung_hyun

sung_hoon              ji_hoon              yoon_jung              geun              jung_hee              yeol              woong              myung_su              ji_hyun              ryul              kwang_soo              yoon_ji              seung_ho              eun_kyung              seo_hyun              ji_hye              dong_wook              jung_yoon              hyun_woo              gyu              jung_hwa              kyeong              hyun_jin              soo_kyung              choi_seung              jung_soo              ji_eun              jung_eun              ahn_jae              kang_tae              wook              hee_jung              ji_yeon              joo_hyun              eun_hye              jin_hee              jang_jae              choi_eun              beom              joon_ho              hyo              byung              eun_ju              yoon_jong              seob              kim_hye              seung_hyun              seong_ho              ji_woo              jung_hye             



Examples of "jung_hyun"
Lee Jung Hyun 007th is Lee Jung Hyun's seventh album.
Sa-Rang Community Church was founded in 1988 by Rev. Oh Jung-hyun.
2002 : Solo album ‘IS-Soulist’ released, Lee jung hyun 4th album‘I Love Nature’produced
Cho Jung-hyun (; born 12 November 1969) is a South Korean footballer.
Kim Jung-hyun (김정현; born January 3, 1990) is a South Korean football player.
He is married to Yoo Jung Hyun and has two children.
Both members No Hyun Jung and No Jung Hyun were born on August 5, 1977.
Song Jung-Hyun (, born 28 May 1976) is a South Korean footballer.
Lee Jung-hyun (Go Soo) and Oh Soo-ah (Lee Da-hae) are living a normal life as a couple until it is revealed that Soo-ah is actually the daughter of Oh Byung-moo (Han Jin-hee), chairman of SR Electronics, the very company he works at. Shocked and hurt that Soo-ah wasn't honest with him, Jung-hyun tries to break up with her but she convinces him to give their relationship another chance. One night, Jung-hyun is summoned to the chairman's vacation house. Inside, Jung-hyun finds the chairman and the housekeeper both on the floor, the former unconscious and the latter dead. When Jung-hyun attempts to carry the chairman out of the house, a fire is started and Jung-hyun is knocked out. After the evidence points to Jung-hyun as the main suspect, he is sentenced to life imprisonment. To give her son a chance to get out of jail and prove his innocence, his mother kills herself. Cornered by policemen and the SWAT team after a long and exhausting car chase, Jung-hyun jumps off a bridge.
2004 : ‘Drama Bulsae OST’ released. Lee seung chul ‘Yin Yeon’ released, Lee jung hyun 5th album produced.
Nam Jung-hyun (Hangul: 남정현) is a South Korean writer who often clashed with the Korean government.
Tutti (뚜띠) is a Korean female duo consisting of members No Hyun Jung and No Jung Hyun.
Young married couple Yoon-hee and Jung-hyun go on a road trip, and along the way they pick up a lone drifter, Em. Em turns out to be a violent and sadistic psychopath who terrorises the couple at every turn. After capturing Jung-hyun, Em gives him a choice: submit to torture or allow Em to kill Yoon-hee.
Yoo Jung-hyun (born October 24, 1967) is a South Korean television personality and politician. He was a cast member in the reality show "" and "".
Prior to becoming a drama screenwriter, Jung Hyun-min worked for ten years as a political aide for a member of the National Assembly.
"Suspicious Man" is a song by South Korean singer and actress Lee Jung-hyun. It was released on May 11, along with her 7th Korean album, "007th".
Passion is a 2004 album by K-Pop singer Lee Jung Hyun. In a change from her previous style, the music is Latin-influenced rather than purely techno.
Wang Jung-Hyun (born October 30, 1976) is a South Korean footballer. He last played for Yantai Yiteng. He formerly played for FC Seoul and Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors.
The political-romantic comedy series was written by Kwon Ki-young and directed by Son Jung-hyun, who previously worked together on "Protect the Boss" (2011).
The band's members who accompany Whang have changed over the years. In 2000, the band included Yoon Sung-hoon (guitar), Lee Min-jung (bass) and Hirsch (drums); in 2008, Park Jong-geun (guitar), Park Jin-sun (keyboards) and Seo Jung-hyun (bass); in 2009, Park Jong-geun (guitar), Park Jin-sun (keyboards), Seo Jung-hyun (bass) and Kim Heon-deok (drums); in 2010, Nicholas Ellis and Yoon Sung-hoon (guitar), Park Jin-sun (keyboards), Lee Jung-hyun (bass) and Seo Jin-shil (drums); in 2011, Yoon Sung-hoon (guitar), Bachan Kyu-neun (keyboard), Seo Jung-hyun (bass) and Seo Jin-shil (drums); in 2012, Rainbow99 (guitar), Kang Ha-neul (keyboard), Shin Ji-yong (bass) and Seo Jin-shil (drums); in 2013, Ryu Seong-hyun (guitar), Kang Ha-neul (keyboard), Shin Ji-yong (bass) and Seo Jin-shil (drums); and in 2014, Rainbow99 (guitar), Kang Ha-neul (keyboards), Shin Ji-yong (bass) and Seo Jin-shil (drums).