Synonyms for jung_soo or Related words with jung_soo

yoon_ji              kyeong              woong              beom              geun              eun_hye              jung_tae              sang_hoon              yoon_jung              jung_hwa              seo_yeon              sung_hoon              yeo_jin              gyu              seo_hyun              jung_hyun              jung_woo              ryung              hyun_soo              jin_goo              ji_yeon              hee_jung              kang_tae              kim_kwang_kyu              hyun_jin              chul_min              jung_eun              jang_soo              seo_woo              hyun_sook              jeong_hee              kim_myung              ji_seok              yeol              jung_hye              tae_joon              jung_hae              tae_woong              ji_hoon              hee_kyung              soo_kyung              seong_ho              jung_yoon              hwan_hee              lee_deok_hwa              seok_jin              jung_gyu_woon              hyun_woo              jung_chul              ji_eun             

Examples of "jung_soo"
Park Jung-soo () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Park and the given name Jung-soo, and may also refer to:
She only depends on her son Jung-Soo (Lee Yong-Joon) who is a doctor. Her son Jung-Soo brings his girlfriend, Hyun-Joo (Shim Yi-Young). Gyeong-Sook disapproves of Hyun-Joo because of her poor family background. Nevertheless, Jung-Soo and Hyun-Joo marry. Gyeong-Sook gives Hyun-Joo a hard time. Then, Jung-Soo dies in a car accident. Gyeong-Sook and Hyun-Joo are no longer family.
Kim Jung-Soo is currently teaching from his dojang in Taegu City, South Korea.
Ok Sik Yang; Seong Gon Choi; Jun Kyun Choi; Jung Soo Park; Hyoung Jun Kim;
Kim Jung-min (born Kim Jung-soo on August 23, 1968) is a South Korean singer and actor.
Lee Jung-soo (; born 8 January 1980) is a South Korean footballer who plays as a central defender.
Park Jung-Soo (; born 13 January 1987) is a South Korean footballer who plays for Goyang Hi FC as midfielder.
Jung Soo-Jong (Hangul: 정수종; born 1 May 1987) is a South Korean footballer who plays as a forward.
Yoon Jung-soo (; born February 8, 1972) is a South Korean comedian. He is currently a cast member of the television show "With You".
Kim Jung-Soo (김정수) was born and raised in the Taegu area, Korea, and started training Hapkido directly under Choi Yong-Sool (최용술) in 1957. He was one of the earlier students of Hapkido, and one source puts him as the eight original student of Choi Yong-Sool. Kim Jung-Soo trained sporadically under Choi Yong-Sool (최용술) along with his primary teachers and influencers Kim Moo-Hong (김무홍) and Won Kwang-Wha (원광화) from 1957 until 1986.
Han Jung-soo (born November 11, 1973) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in the television series "The Slave Hunters" and "Prosecutor Princess".
Kim Sook (; born July 6, 1975), is a South Korean comedian. Since 2016, she is a regular cast member of "Sister's Slam Dunk" (seasons 1 and 2) and "With You" with Yoon Jung-soo
Jung Soo-Keun (Hangul: 정수근, Hanja: 鄭守根) (born January 20, 1977 in Seoul, South Korea) is a retired South Korean baseball player who played for the Doosan Bears and Lotte Giants of the Korea Baseball Organization.
Jung-soo, also spelled Jeong-soo or Jong-su, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
The instrumental score was composed by Jung Soo-min and Hwang Seong-je. Along with various K-pop artists, the film's lead actors Lee Min-jung and Lee Jung-jin also contributed tracks.
Jung Soo-bin (Hangul:정수빈, Hanja: 鄭秀彬) (born October 7, 1990 in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea) is a South Korean outfielder who plays for the Police Baseball Team. He bats and throws left-handed.
"Jessica & Krystal" takes the viewers behind the scenes, to unveil Jung Soo Yeon and Jung Soo Jung's normal, everyday life as sisters and friends. The use of the pair's Korean names implies that the viewers will be seeing an up-close and personal side of the two sisters, instead of their stage appearance as Jessica & Krystal. CJ E&M OnStyle's CP Kim Ji Wook stated, "The one-of-a-kind Jung sisters' real lifestyle will be unveiled. We ask that you show a lot of interest and anticipation for the reveal of the lovely sisters' private stories."
Lee Jung-soo (Ha Jung-woo) drives home for his daughter's birthday. While driving through a tunnel that goes through a mountain, the unthinkable happens. The tunnel collapses. When Lee Jung-Soo regains consciousness, he finds himself trapped inside his car. The car itself is buried under tons of concrete and debris. All he has inside the car are his cellphone, two bottles of water and his daughter's birthday cake. He forms a kind of special bond with the head of the rescue team, Dae-kyung, who teaches him how to survive in the tunnel.
She debuted in a collaboration with Leessang for the song "Rush". She would later join the 5 member R&B group, G.Fla, consisting of herself, Geol, Jung Soo-young, Jung Hee-young and Kim Ji-in. In 2004, G.Fla released their first album "Groove Flamingo" on September 16. Their last album together, "음악하는 여자", was released on September 5, 2007.
Park Jung-soo (born June 1, 1953) is a South Korean actress. Park made her acting debut in 1972 and became best known for starring in television dramas, notably "Love and Farewell" (1993), "Way of Living: Woman" (1994), "LA Arirang" (1995), "Why Can't We Stop Them" (2000), "Rose Fence" (2003), and "Living in Style" (2011).