Synonyms for jung_suk or Related words with jung_suk

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Examples of "jung_suk"
Park Jung-suk () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Park and the given name Jung-suk, and may also refer to:
Gummy is in a relationship with actor Jo Jung-suk since 2013.
The 2014 remake starred Shin Min-ah and Jo Jung-suk.
Park Jung-Suk (born April 19, 1977) is a retired football player who played for Suwon Samsung Bluewings, FC Seoul.
My Love, My Bride () is a 2014 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Jo Jung-suk and Shin Min-ah.
Kim Jung-suk (born 1 October 1939) is a South Korean former footballer who competed in the 1964 Summer Olympics.
Park Jung-suk, also known as Reach or [Oops]Reach (born 27 December 1983) is a professional South Korean "StarCraft" player.
Jung Jung-suk (, or ; August 25, 1982 – June 26, 2011) was a South Korean women's football player who played WK-League side Daekyo Kangaroos in South Korea.
Lee Jung-Suk(이정석) (born July 6, 1982 in South Korea) is a South Korean professional basketball player. He plays for the Seoul Samsung Thunders of the Korean Basketball League.
At the 2008 Korea Musical Awards, it swept Best Original Korean Musical, Best Direction (Cho Gwang-hwa), Best Composition, Best Scenario, Best Stage Design and Best New Actor (Jo Jung-suk - Oh's alternate for the lead role).
Mr. Back () is a South Korean television series starring Shin Ha-kyun, Jang Na-ra, Lee Joon, Park Ye-jin and Jung Suk-won. It aired on MBC from November 5 to December 25, 2014, for 16 episodes.
This drama is about the slice-of-life and daily activities around the teachers, students, staffs of a private institution that prepares for civil service exam around the area of Seoul’s Noryangjin. The characters like to drink alone after work for their own reasons. The story also depicts the romance between Jin Jung-suk and Park Ha-na. Jin Jung Suk (Ha Seok-jin) is a good looking and professional star lecturer. Meanwhile, Park Ha-na (Park Ha-sun) is a rookie lecturer who struggles to survive in the private institute world..
Jo Jung-suk (born December 26, 1980) is a South Korean actor. He began his career in theater, starring in "Spring Awakening", "Hedwig and the Angry Inch", and the stage adaptation of "The Harmonium in My Memory", among many other musicals and plays.
Jealousy Incarnate () is a South Korean television series starring Gong Hyo-jin, Jo Jung-suk, Go Kyung-pyo, Lee Mi-sook, Park Ji-young, Lee Sung-jae and Seo Ji-hye. It aired every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:00 (KST) on SBS from August 24 to November 10, 2016 for 24 episodes.
In 2016, Gong made her drama comeback with SBS rom-com "Jealousy Incarnate" opposite Jo Jung-suk, playing a weather broadcaster. She then starred in the mystery film "Missing", in the role of a babysitter who one day disappears with someone else's child.
Jung Suk-won (; born May 16, 1985) is a South Korean actor. He began his entertainment career as a stuntman with the Seoul Action School after being discharged from the Marines, then turned to modeling and acting, notably in the television series "Rooftop Prince", and "Haeundae Lovers".
In 2006 Hong appeared on the Korean production of Miss Saigon as an understudy for Chris. With this experience he landed a role a year later as Haesoo, main character of the musical "Cheotsarang" (First Love), starring alongside Jo Jung-suk. In the same year he also starred in Korean production of as Tobias.
Singer-songwriter Yoon Do-hyun, singer Hahm Eun-jung and actor Jo Jung-suk all praised "Yeosu Night Sea", with Yoon saying it "sounds like a great song even when someone like me in his forties sings it". "Cherry Blossom Ending" was also praised by critics and musicians, and was one of "Billboard"s "20 Best K-pop Songs of 2012".
Oh My Ghostess () is a 2015 South Korean television series starring Jo Jung-suk, Park Bo-young, Kim Seul-gie and Lim Ju-hwan. It aired on tvN from July 3 to August 22, 2015, on Fridays and Saturdays at 20:30 for 16 episodes.
Baek married actor Jung Suk-won on June 2, 2013 at the Sheraton Grande Walkerhill. The couple began dating in 2011, and were expecting their first child. However, on June 27, 2013, it was confirmed that Baek suffered a miscarriage, four months into her pregnancy.