Synonyms for jung_tae or Related words with jung_tae

kang_tae              jung_soo              seo_yeon              eun_hye              yoon_ji              yoon_jung              ji_hyun              kwang_soo              ji_hoon              jung_gyu_woon              sung_hoon              jung_yoon              sang_hoon              woong              seo_hyun              hwan_hee              seok_jin              jung_hwa              hee_joo              yeo_jin              hyun_soo              jung_hee              jung_hyun              kyeong              seul_gi              yoo_jung              sang_wook              ji_hye              myung_su              kyung_joo              jin_goo              yoo_seung              hyun_woo              go_kyung_pyo              dong_hoon              gyu              geun              jung_joon              ryung              soo_kyung              kim_ji_seok              kyung_hwan              ahn_jae              hee_jung              beom              kim_myung              ji_seok              jong_soo              seung_ho              jin_sook             



Examples of "jung_tae"
Choi Jung-tae is also in love with Eun-hee, but he accepts that she cares for someone else.
Kim Jung-tae (born Kim Tae-wook on December 13, 1972) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his supporting roles on film and television.
Jung Tae Woo (정태우) is a South Korean actor. Much of his work has been in the genre of Korean historical dramas such as "Taejo Wang Geon", "Dae Jo Yeong", and "The King and I" .
On May 8, 2009, Jung Tae-woo (27) wed stewardess Jang In-hee (26) in a private Christian ceremony at Seoul's Shilla Hotel. They have two sons, born in 2010 and 2015.
He also developed another KBS program in 2012, "The Human Condition", in which six comedians (Kim Jun-hyun, Kim Joon-ho, Heo Kyung-hwan, Yang Sang-guk, Jung Tae-ho and Park Seong-ho) live together for seven days under certain restrictions, such as without gadgets, electricity, or water. Na produced the four-episode pilot.
Kid Cop () is a 1993 South Korean children's film directed by Lee Joon-ik, starring Kim Min-jung and Jung Tae-woo. "Kid Cop" is sometimes referred to as the "Korean "Home Alone"" due to the bigger emphasis of children's roles in movies.
Robert Daniel Refsnyder (born Kim Jung-tae (김정태), March 26, 1991) is a Korean American professional baseball second baseman, right fielder, and first baseman for the New York Yankees of Major League Baseball (MLB). He made his MLB debut in 2015.
The Global Taekwondo Federation (GTF) is an offshoot of the International Taekwondo Federation (ITF). It was founded by Park Jung Tae in 1990. The GTF practices Choi's ITF Patterns, but in addition Park added six new patterns. GTF uses the original ITF form Ko-Dang, but never its replacement, Juche.
He made his acting debut in 1999 with the film "The Uprising" under his birth name Kim Tae-wook. In 2006 he started going by his current stage name Kim Jung-tae. Best known as a supporting actor, Kim was often typecast in antagonistic roles, mostly as gangsters, loan sharks, and other such villains.
Goddess of Marriage () is a 2013 South Korean romantic comedy-drama series starring Nam Sang-mi, Kim Ji-hoon, Lee Sang-woo, Lee Tae-ran, Kim Jung-tae, Jo Min-su, Kwon Hae-hyo, Jang Young-nam and Jang Hyun-sung. It premiered on SBS on June 29, 2013, and ended on November 3, 2013, airing every Saturday and Sunday at 21:50 for 36 episodes.
Players take on the role of an International Council pilot Mike "Downtown" Hudson, often accompanied by wingman Hank "Divot" Harrison. The game begins with a terrorist attack. The plot follows the International Council's attempt to thwart a dangerous dictator with an advanced nuclear cache named Bae Jung-Tae. Along the way, the player uses their flying and fighting skills to tackle a range enemies in the air, on land and at sea.
Hoon (Cha Tae-hyun) is a famous Casanova who works as a part-time valet parker at a bar. He suffers from a huge amount of credit card debt, since he has spent money on his girls. Meanwhile, Hun’s usurer hires Jung-Tae (Park Joong-hoon) to threaten Hoon to get his money back. One day, Hoon and Joong-Tae witness a murder scene and they fall into real trouble.
Yoon-jung Lee wrote and directed a 25-minute short film titled "Remember O Goddess" in 2010, which originally starred Kim Jung-tae and Choi A-ra in the lead roles. When Lee wanted to expand the short into a feature-length film, she turned to crowdfunding website "Kickstarter" in May 2012. Lee initially asked for an investment of , but 272 individuals donated a total of . It was also chosen as "Indiewire"'s "Project of the Week" on May 8, 2012.
Original Masters of TaeKwonDo is a group of twelve South Korean martial art masters assembled by the Korea Taekwondo Association (KTA) in the early 1960s to promote the newly established art of taekwondo. In alphabetical order following Korean naming conventions, they are: Choi Chang Keun, Choi Kwang Jo, Han Cha Kyo, Kim Jong Chan, Kim Kwang Il, Kong Young Il, Park Jong Soo, Park Jung Tae, Park Sun Jae, Rhee Chong Chul, Rhee Chong Hyup, and Rhee Ki Ha.
Lee Seon-yoo is training to become a nun. Right before she finally gets her wish, she learns that her beloved older sister Jin-yoo has died. Jin-yoo was betrayed and killed by her lover, Jang Tae-jung. Tae-jung, a smart, good-looking man from a humble background, had committed himself to luring and marrying a tycoon's daughter "against all odds," as part of an effort to get him into the upper class of society.
Refsnyder was born Kim Jung-tae in Seoul, South Korea. When he was five months old, Rob was adopted by Jane and Clint Refsnyder, a couple of German and Irish descent from Laguna Hills, California, through Holt International Children's Services. Rob became a fan of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim, rooting for Vladimir Guerrero. He attended annual basketball games of the Los Angeles Lakers on Christmas with his father.
In January 2013, Ji starred in military musical "The Promise". It was co-produced by the Ministry of National Defense and Korea Musical Theatre Association, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the armistice. It ran from 9 to 20 January at the National Theater of Korea, with a cast composed of actors Kim Mu-yeol and Jung Tae-woo, as well as singers Leeteuk of Super Junior, Yoon Hak of Supernova, and Lee Hyun of 8Eight. The musical is centered around a group of soldiers who keeps a promise made to each other during the 6.25 war.
Park Jung Tae (c. 1943 – 11 April 2002) was a South Korean master of taekwondo and a pioneer of that martial art in Canada. He was one of the twelve original masters of taekwondo of the Korea Taekwon-Do Association. Following a career in the South Korean military, Park emigrated to Canada in 1970. He was a key leader in the International Taekwon-Do Federation (ITF) under Choi Hong Hi, but founded the Global Taekwon-Do Federation in 1990 after leaving the ITF. After teaching taekwondo for many years, Park died in 2002.
Chasing (; lit. "Catch Him to Survive") is a 2016 South Korean action-comedy film about a top CEO (played by Kim Seung-woo) who has his cellphone stolen by a fearless gang of male high-school students led by the rebellious Han Won-tae (played by Hyuk of VIXX, in his film debut) and homicide detective (played by Kim Jung-tae) who loses his gun to the same gang of high-school students. Both the gun and the cellphone are very valuable to the CEO and detective and begins a fast-paced pursuit in order to retrieve their items back from the gang.
In January 2013, Leeteuk co-starred in military musical "The Promise". It was co-produced by the Ministry of National Defense and Korea Musical Theatre Association, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the signing of the armistice. It ran from 9 to 20 January at the National Theater of Korea, co-starring actors Ji Hyun-woo, Kim Mu-yeol, Jung Tae-woo; as well as singers Yoon Hak of Supernova, and Lee Hyun of 8Eight. The musical is centered around a group of soldiers who keeps a promise made to each other during the 6.25 war.