Synonyms for kang_seung or Related words with kang_seung

choi_jae              sung_hoon              kang_tae              yoon_jung              kim_tae              choi_seung              kyeong              geun              shin_jae              jung_suk              lee_seung              yoon_ji              yeol              gyu              woong              hyeong              yoon_jong              jung_hwa              lee_myung              seong              ryul              kim_hyo              yoon_tae              kim_myung              jung_gyu_woon              baek_ji              kang_dae              kim_seong              gyung              seo_woo              jung_hee              jeong_hee              joong              deok              jung_joon              jung_hyun              hee_joo              jang_soo              chae              ryung              kang_hee              seung_ho              joon_ho              tae_yeon              seop              jang_jae              pyung              ji_hye              jung_hae              min_seok             



Examples of "kang_seung"
Winner: Male Team (John Park, Kim Ji Su, Andrew Nelson, Kang Seung Yoon, Huh Gak)
On September 2014, Top model Kang Seung-hyun signed a contract with YGKPlus.
Translation KANG Seung-Hee, OH Dong-Sik, and Torsten Zaiak Hwang Seok-Yeong's Die Geschichte des Herrn Han
Kang Seung-Jo (; born January 20, 1986) is a South Korea football player who plays for Ansan Mugunghwa.
We Broke Up () is a South Korean web series based on the webtoon of the same name, starring Sandara Park and Kang Seung-yoon (both from YG Entertainment).
In 2015, he was cast as Kang Seung-bum, a high school student who gets involved in a case with his music teacher in Kwak Jae-yong's "Time Renegade".
In the first half of 2013 Teddy produced Lee Hi hit single "Rose", 2NE1's leader CL's solo debut single "The Baddest Female" and Kang Seung-yoon YG debut "WILD & YOUNG".
In this year's show, the judges decided to have an emergency wild card round to let some of the good singers who failed into the next round. They chose Kang Seung Yoon (17), Kim Greem (24), Kim He Min (24), Kim Yon Jin (25), Moon Son Young (26), Woo Eun Mi (19), John Park (23) and Hyun Seung Hee (15) to get on cars. In the end, John Park, Hyun Seung Hee, Kang Seung Yoon and Kim Greem successfully passed the round and joined the rest of the TOP 24. The other four were taken to Seoul Station.
Yoo-min accidentally enters Min-jae's younger brother, Kang Seung-jae's school which is also a school where Soo-ji and Hye-rim is studying. Due to this, Yoo-min and Kang-pyo decided to build up another lie to Soo-ji and Hye-rim.
The album consists of 12 songs composed by singer-songwriters Yoon Sang, Kim Hyun-hhul and Kang Seung-won. It also features a duet with Lena Park and IU. Also included is the "Secret Garden OST" theme song, "You're My Spring".
Kang Seung-yoon was nominated and awarded 'Best Actor' for his role as Ji Won-yeong by K-web Fest. Dara was unable to be nominated for her role as she was already nominated for a previous leading role in another web-drama entitled 'Dr. Ian', for which she won 'Best Actress'.
Love for a Thousand More () is a South Korea web series starring Kang Seung-yoon and . The drama is aired every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11:00 (KST) starting from December 5, 2016 till December 23, 2016 on Naver TV Cast (South Korea), YG Entertainment's YouTube Channel (International) and Miaopai (China).
Kang Seung-yoon was born in Busan, South Korea on January 21, 1994. He learned to play the guitar in the eighth grade. When he was in his last year of junior high, he took lessons in both classic guitar and billiards, going on to become the regional representative for billiards.
On the 4th Trip (Episode 12), Sechs Kies members Eun Jiwon & Lee Jaijin made last appearance and left the show for concentrating on group promotions & their spots was filled by the previous guest, WINNER's Kang Seung-yoon to be the 5th member of Flower Crew and latter episode, actor Lee Sung Jae had invited to be the 6th member of Flower Crew.
In 2010, the group's leader Kang Seung-yoon was a contestant on the singing contest "Superstar K2," reaching the final four. The following year, he signed with YG Entertainment and made his acting debut in the sitcom "". In 2013, he debuted as a solo artist and released multiple tracks, including "It Rains".
Kang Seung-Hyun (born 22 September 1987), commonly known as Hyoni Kang, is a Korean fashion model who won Ford's Supermodel of the World title in 2008 at the age of 19. She is the first Asian model to win this award.
Story about a 1,000-year-old woman named Pyeon Mi-jo (), who became immortal after she met a certain unidentified man. She has been offering her love counseling services to people based on her experiences over the past 1,000 years, until she finds true love with Yoo Joon-woo (Kang Seung-yoon) who is the leader of the hip-hop crew "Krunk Soul".
Victon (; stylized as VICTON), an acronym for Voice to New World, is a South Korean boy group formed by Plan A Entertainment in 2016. The group consists of Han Seung-woo, Kang Seung-sik, Heo Chan, Lim Se-jun, Do Han-se, Choi Byung-chan and Jung Su-bin, and made their debut on November 9, 2016 with the extended play "Voice to New World".
Kang Seung-yoon (born ), known as Seungyoon, is a South Korean singer-songwriter, actor, and leader of boy group Winner. In 2010, he participated in the reality television singing contest "Superstar K2" and finished in fourth place. In January 2011, he became a trainee under YG Entertainment and went on to debut as a solo artist in July 2013 and as the leader of Winner in October 2013.
Lockley, Martin G.; Gierlinski, Gerard D.; Houck, Karen; Lim, Jong-Deock; Kim, Kyung Soo; Kim, Dal-Yong; Kim, Tae Hyeong; Kang, Seung-Hyeop; Hunt-Foster, ReBecca; Li, Rihui; Chesser, Christopher; Gay, Rob; Dubicka, Zofia; Cart, Ken; Wright, Kristy. 2014 “New Excavations at the Mill Canyon Dinosaur Track Site (Cedar Mountain Formation, Lower Cretaceous) of eastern Utah In Lockley and Lucas, eds., Fossil footprints of western North America. New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science Bulletin no. 62, pp 287-300.