Synonyms for jung_woo or Related words with jung_woo

ji_woo              yoon_jae              hyun_soo              ji_hoon              soo_yeon              seo_yeon              soo_hyun              hyun_woo              woo_hyun              sung_hoon              woo_jin              seo_hyun              jung_eun              yoon_ji              joon_ho              jung_soo              jae_hee              yeon_soo              jae_kyung              tae_hee              tae_woong              yoon_jung              woong              jung_hwa              eun_soo              seo_jin              beom              soo_kyung              gyu              ji_hyun              yeol              kyeong              ji_yeon              seol              eun_joo              yeo_jin              yoon_seo              yoon_hee              joon              ji_seok              yoo_jin              hyuk              wook              kang_tae              joon_soo              ji_eun              jin_hee              tae_joon              ryung              seung_ho             



Examples of "jung_woo"
Jung Woo (born Kim Jung-guk on January 14, 1981) is a South Korean actor.
Kim Jung-woo (, born 9 May 1982), is a South Korean football player.
Andrew and Eun-ha leave the cathedral to attend college. Andrew meets Jung Woo-jin and the two become close friends. Jung Woo-jin falls in love with Eun-ha but she rebuffs his attentions. The love triangles causes hurt and pain for all 3 friends. It is brought to a climax where Andrew writes Eun-ha a love letter but Jung Woo-jin destroys the love letter without Eun-ha reading it.
Choi Jung-woo (Kwak Dong-yeon) is the new student at Namil High School. After transferring schools for 7 times because of his father's job, Jung-woo has learned to live like an "invisible man" and is determined not to make friends. But Yang Ah-young (Lee Se-young), the smart and seemingly aloof class president, is actually full of empathy, so she nags him into doing lots of school chores, which annoys Jung-woo. Meanwhile, his shy seatmate Im Deok-won (Kwak Jung-wook) is being bullied by the seniors. At first, Jung-woo doesn't want to get involved, but he ends up yelling and throwing a bag of snacks at the bullies, that unfortunately lands on someone else walking along the corridor. This happens to be the school legend "Brown Bear," Lee Yeok-ho (Choi Tae-joon). The Brown Bear won't let his slight go easily and challenges Jung-woo to a one-on-one fight.
Yoo Ga-eun is a sweet-natured girl who married her college sweetheart, Park Jung-woo. However, she later discovers that her husband had an affair with her best friend, Kim Mi-ran, and that their adopted daughter Na-ri is actually Jung-woo and Mi-ran's lovechild. After she and Jung-woo divorce, Ga-eun meets Ha Jae-bum, and they fall deeply in love. But when she learns that Jung-woo plotted her father's downfall, causing her brother Sung-eun to die in prison, Ga-eun sets aside love to wreak her revenge against Jung-woo. She starts by getting engaged to Maeng Ho-geol, a wealthy clothing retailer who is Jae-bum's uncle.
A Korean-language film adaptation directed by Ha Jung-woo premiered in South Korea on January 15, 2015.
The King () is a 2017 South Korean political crime thriller film starring Jo In-sung and Jung Woo-sung.
Park Jung-woo is a prosecutor at Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office. One day, he wakes up and finds himself a convict on death row. Suffering from temporary amnesia, Jung-woo has no idea what transpired to land him in prison. He struggles to recover his memory and clear his name.
Meanwhile, Jung-woo studies and gets his law degree. Years later, they end up working together again for a different law firm. But this time, the tables have turned: he's the divorce lawyer, and she's the office manager. And Jung-woo relishes getting his petty revenge.
Middle school sweethearts Jung-woo and Soo-yeon were separated in a horrifying tragedy that continues to weigh down on them as adults. Now a guilt-ridden detective, Jung-woo has been desperately searching for Soo-yeon for years, but when he crosses paths with her again, she has already become someone else with a new identity.
Another complication occurs when Jung-woo takes revenge on Ah-young by asking her out. To his shock, she says "yes" and everyone at school goes ballistic about this happy news. When Jung-woo learns that his father will be transferred to Seoul in a few days, he volunteers to join the "" which everyone avoids, thinking that he'll be in Seoul by the time the show films anyway. But his nightmare continues when Jung-woo's father decides not to transfer to Seoul after all and tells his family that they're staying in Namil. Instead of running away, Jung-woo now has to face all his problems.
Fifteen year old Lee Soo-yeon (Kim So-hyun) is a victim of bullying at school, targeted because her father was a murderer. Through a series of fated events, she meets Han Jung-woo (Yeo Jin-goo), the son of a chaebol and gangster. Jung-woo protects Soo-yeon from the bullies, they become friends and soon fall in love. One day, Jung-woo was kidnapped and Soo-yeon, who witnessed the abduction, attempts to help - only to be taken by the kidnappers as well.
A South Korean remake titled "Cold Eyes" starring Sol Kyung-gu, Jung Woo-sung and Han Hyo-joo was released in 2013.
Middle sister Mi-won (Maya) met her boyfriend (Jung Woo) in college, and they eloped. They live together even though they're not married.
Choi Min-sik reportedly put on 10 kilograms for his role and Ha Jung-woo spent 8 hours putting on the fake body tattoos featured in the film.
The founder and chairman of Mr. Pizza is Jung Woo Hyun (정우현) and the CEO and president is Moon Young Joo (문영주).
Born to Kill is a 1996 South Korean action film by Jang Hyun-soo, starring Jung Woo-sung and Shim Eun-ha.
Lee then co-starred along Jung Woo-sung, Cha Seung-won and Soo Ae in the 2010 spy series "," a spin-off to 2009's "IRIS".
Jung Woo-ram (; born June 1, 1985) is a South Korean professional baseball pitcher for the Hanwha Eagles of the KBO League.
Jung-woo, Soo-hyun and Tae-hyuk encounter each other again where it all started, Jeju Island, as they work to develop Seogwipo into a world-class city.