Synonyms for kang_dae or Related words with kang_dae

woong              kang_tae              lee_seung              jung_yoon              geun              kim_seong              gyung              byeong              sung_hoon              ryong              kim_myung              yoon_ji              beom              shin_jae              choi_eun              ryul              deok              jung_hee              kyeong              myeong              yeol              yoon_jung              min_seok              jang_dong              ji_seok              hyun_woo              gyu              taek              yoon_jong              choi_seung              bong_soo              seol              jung_yong              jung_gyu_woon              ryeol              kim_byung              cheol              sookim              yeom_dong              jung_hae              choi_jae              kang_seung              jung_soo              sang_hoon              yoo_jae              jung_hyun              ahn_jae              jung_hwa              choi_jong              soo_kyung             



Examples of "kang_dae"
Kang Dae-ha (April 12, 1942 – 1995) was a South Korean screenwriter, producer, film and art director and poet.
Kang Dae-sung (Hangul: 강대성; born April 26, 1989), better known by his stage names Daesung and D-Lite, is a South Korean singer, actor and television host.
Kang Ji-Yong (; born 23 November 1989) is a South Korean footballer who plays as defender for Gangwon FC in K League Challenge. He changed his name from Kang Dae-Ho to Kang Ji-Yong.
The Coachman (마부 - "Mabu") is a 1961 South Korean film directed by Kang Dae-jin. At the 11th Berlin International Film Festival in 1961, "The Coachman" became the first Korean film to win a major international award. It was nominated for the Golden Bear Award and won the Silver Bear Extraordinary Jury Prize.
An extended family has moved from the city (presumably Seoul) to live in a large house out in the mountains, which they convert into a lodge for hikers. Consisting of a middle aged father Kang Dae-goo (Park In-hwan), mother Jeong Soon-rye (Na Moon-hee), Dae-goo's younger brother Kang Chang-goo (Choi Min-sik), and their adult children Kang Young-min (Song Kang-ho), Kang Mi-soo (Lee Yoon-seong) and Kang Mina (Go Ho-kyung) they suffer a string of misfortunes as various patrons come to stay.
The first "Family" was composed of comedian/MC Yoo Jae-suk, singer/songwriter/MC Yoon Jong-shin, singer Kang Dae-sung, singer Lee Hyo-ri, actor Kim Su-ro, singer Kim Jong-kook, actor Park Hae-jin, actress Park Si-yeon, actress Park Ye-jin and actor Lee Chun-hee. "Family" members Park Ye-jin and Lee Chun-hee left the show after their one-year contract ended, after 53 episodes, citing a desire to focus on their acting careers. Near the end of the series, Park Si-yeon could not continue filming the show because of a physical injury.
After those replacement shows on SBS, on June 15, 2008, Yoo became the main host of "Family Outing" () as a part of SBS's Good Sunday lineup. Together with Lee Hyori, Yoon Jong-shin, Kim Su-ro, Lee Chun-hee, Kang Dae-sung, Park Ye-jin and Kim Jong-kook (since episode 19), they made up the "family" (cast members) of the show. "Family Outing" has become one of the top-rated shows in Korea, consistently achieving the highest ratings for the Sunday mid-afternoon time-slot, and has gained online popularity among Hallyu fans.
Kang Dae-ha was born in Seogwipo, Jeju Island, Korea in 1942, and majored in creative writing at Seorabeol Arts University. He initially considered becoming a painter, but after graduating high school he turned to literature, writing poetry for coterie magazine "The Cliff" ("Jeolbyeok"). His poem, "The Paean" ("Changa"), was recommended in the December 1965 issue of the monthly literary magazine "Contemporary Literature" ("Hyundae Munhak"). Before going on to get a third recommendation—the last step to becoming a professional poet—he instead entered the film industry, gaining recognition for his 1970 screenplay, "Somebody's' House" ("Tain-ui jip"). Throughout his career he wrote more than fifty screenplays, including "A Girl's First Love" ("Sonyeo-ui cheot-sarang", 1971), and "Green Fallen-Leaves" ("Paran nagyeop", 1976).
The first "Family" was composed of comedian/MC Yoo Jae-suk, singer/songwriter/MC Yoon Jong-shin, singer Kang Dae-sung, singer Lee Hyori, actor Kim Su-ro, singer Kim Jong-kook, actor Park Hae-jin, actress Park Si-yeon, actress Park Ye-jin and actor Lee Chun-hee. The "Family," along with a special guest(s), travel to different parts of South Korea and takes care of the house of an elderly family while that family goes on a vacation. The "Family" then accomplishes the tasks left for them by the owners of the house. Along with the assigned tasks, they play games and prepare dinner and breakfast for themselves. The second "Family" was composed of Yoon Sang-hyun, Kim Won-hee, Ji Sang-ryeol, Shin Bong-sun, Yoona, Ok Taecyeon, Jo Kwon, Kim Heechul, and Jang Dong-min.