Synonyms for kang_tae or Related words with kang_tae

kim_myung              yoon_jung              jang_soo              sung_hoon              kyeong              yoon_ji              min_seok              soo_kyung              woong              choi_eun              jung_tae              jang_tae              ji_seok              hyun_soo              lee_seung              seo_hyun              kang_dae              seol              ji_hoon              bong_soo              yoon_jong              hyun_woo              jung_yong              yeo_jin              geun              shin_jae              kang_joon              hee_joo              yoon_jae              sang_hoon              kyung_joo              seo_jin              choi_jae              jung_yoon              lee_jong_hyuk              kim_seong              ryul              beom              kang_seung              kang_hee              yeol              jung_hae              min_hyuk              deok              jung_hyun              lee_kwang              byeong              gyung              ryung              seop             

Examples of "kang_tae"
Seong Geum Yeon, Kim Juk Pa, Kin Yoon Deok, Kang Tae Hong, Kim Byeong Ho, Choi Ok Sam school.
Kang Tae-sik (Korean: 강태식; born March 15, 1963 South Korea) is a former South Korean footballer who plays as a Defender.
Kang Tae-oh (born Kim Yoon-hwan on June 20, 1994) is a South Korean actor and singer. He is a member of 5urprise.
Kang Tae-yang attempts to stick to his principles while dealing with corruption at the construction company where he works and the supervisory agency who benefits from the corruption.
5urprise (), pronounced Surprise, is a self-described "first ever South Korean actor group". Formed in 2013, it consists of Seo Kang-joon, Gong Myung, Yoo Il, Kang Tae-oh and Lee Tae-hwan.
Kang Tae-hyuk is a successor of a main munitions business company in Korea. He has an innate ability as a lobbyist and is a master schemer. His exploits take him to the United States where he deals with the mafia. He plans to sweep over the whole of Asia.
Kang Tae-yoon is Joo-yeon's senior colleague and mentor, a workaholic perfectionist who does whatever it takes to meet his goals. He's smooth and refined, but inwardly he doesn't really believe in love after getting his heart broken by his last girlfriend.
It was adapted into a stage musical that ran at the D-Cube Arts Center in 2012, starring Lee Ji-hoon and Jung Sang-yeon as Han Ki-joo, Bang Jin-wi and Oh So-yeon as Kang Tae-young, and Lee Hyun, Jung Woo-soo and Run as Yoon Soo-hyuk.
5urprise was launched by talent agency Fantagio in September 2013. It consists of five male members: Seo Kang-joon, Gong Myung, Yoo Il, Kang Tae-oh and Lee Tae-hwan. The group members were selected through Fantagio's "Actor′s League," a program for discovering aspiring actors, and were trained for two years before making their entertainment debut.
Kang Tae-young (Kim Jung-eun) is the daughter of a film director and carrying on her father's wishes, she studies film in Paris. To make ends meet, she works as a housekeeper for Han Ki-joo (Park Shin-yang), which she loves because she can watch his movies and drink his wine.
In 2012, Yura made her acting debut through Sohu TV's Chinese drama "Secret Angel", where she played the role of Yubin. She then collaborated with her label-mate Jevice with their single "I Want to Love Now". Yura also participated as a cameo role of Lee Eun-yeong, who was the fan of Kang Tae-jun in SBS's drama "To the Beautiful You".
The drama started broadcasting on 15 August 2012 on SBS. Minho's character is Kang Tae Joon, a high jump gold medalist who gives up high jumping after being injured. In preparation for his role as Tae-joon, Minho received personal training from coach Kim Tae-young, former national high jump athlete and a member of the Korea Association of Athletics Federations, for a month and a half. His personal record at the moment is 175 cm.
It transpired from Coast Guard radio logs that the ship's captain, Kim Gap Bong, had been repeatedly warned of the danger of trying to enter the harbor. The captain, however, was insistent that he had to get out of the storm. "Blue Magpie"'s chief officer, Kang Tae Jung, later explained that their situation had been desperate. The ship had spent nine hours on a violent sea, and was in serious danger of capsizing.
The hotel was used as the filming location for Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS)'s drama "Lovers in Paris", namely the swimming pool, the lobby where the two leads kiss, The Paris Bar, where male lead, Han Ki-joo played by Park Shin-yang sang to Kang Tae-young played by Kim Jung-eun, J.J. Mahoney's, where the college hockey party held and the grand ballroom, where the engagement ceremony was held.
Today at age 79 Kang still teaches and is the Chairman of the All American Tae Kwon Do Federation (AATF) and the World Tae Kwon Do Chung Do Kwan Federation. His Tae Kwon Do system continues to grow through the teachings of his 3 sons, all of whom are masters themselves and have their own schools and organizations as well. The Kang Tae Kwon Do System has schools in the New York Metropolitan Area and Puerto Rico. Also, they have established Tae Kwon Do clubs at MIT and Johns Hopkins University.
Goo Jae-hee (Sulli) is a Korean girl who lives in the United States. One day, she sees a track and field competition on TV, and becomes attracted to one of the high jump competitors, Kang Tae-joon (Choi Min-ho). She begins to idolize the young athlete and eventually transfers to Korea to attend the same school that Tae-joon attends after he suffers an accident that could potentially end his career. There is a catch, however: Tae-joon attends an all-boys high school so Jae-hee cuts her hair short and disguised herself as a boy to enter the school. There, she becomes Tae-joon's room mate.
Anchorwoman Seo Hye-rim (Go Hyun-jung), who gets fired while protesting about her husband's undeserved death, enters politics through the proposal of Kang Tae-san (Cha In-pyo), a member of the ruling party and a strong candidate for the next presidential elections. With the help of Ha Do-ya (Kwon Sang-woo) whom she's known since childhood, Seo becomes the first female president of Korea. With political pressure and threats of potential impeachment from her rival Kang and his allies, Seo faces the crises and challenges of her term.
Krantz's monographs include "Function Theory of Several Complex Variables", "Complex Analysis: The Geometric Viewpoint", "A Primer of Real Analytic Functions" (joint with Harold R. Parks), "The Implicit Function Theorem" (joint with Harold Parks), "Geometric Integration Theory" (joint with Harold Parks), and "The Geometry of Complex Domains" (joint with Kang-Tae Kim and Robert E. Greene). His book "The Proof is in the Pudding: A Look at the Changing Nature of Mathematical Proof" looks at the history and evolving nature of the proof concept. Krantz's latest book, "A Mathematician Comes of Age", published by the Mathematical Association of America, is an exploration of the concept of mathematical maturity.
Krantz has worked on the inhomogeneous Cauchy–Riemann equations (he obtained the first sharp estimates in a variety of nonisotropic norms), on separate smoothness of functions (most notably with hypotheses about smoothness along integral curves of vector fields), on analysis on the Heisenberg group and other nilpotent Lie groups, on harmonic analysis in several complex variables, on the function theory of several complex variables, on the harmonic analysis of several real variables, on partial differential equations, on complex geometry, on the automorphism groups of domains in complex space, and on the geometry of complex domains. He has worked with Siqi Fu, Robert E. Greene, Alexander Isaev and Kang-Tae Kim on the Bergman kernel, the Bergman metric, and automorphism groups of domains; with Song-Ying Li on the harmonic analysis of several complex variables; and with Marco Peloso on harmonic analysis, the inhomogeneous Cauchy–Riemann equations, Hodge theory, and the analysis of the worm domain. Krantz's book on the geometry of complex domains, written jointly with Robert E. Greene and Kang-Tae Kim, appeared in 2011.
Han Yeo-reum (Jung Yu-mi) is a furniture designer who owns a workshop space that she shares with other designers. For the past year, she's been dating Nam Ha-jin (Sung Joon), a plastic surgeon with a sweet and gentle personality. But Yeo-reum's peaceful existence is shaken when her ex-boyfriend Kang Tae-ha (Eric Mun) suddenly reappears in her life. The CEO of an interior design company, Tae-ha is a smart, confident man with a strong competitive edge who always gets what he wants. Meanwhile, Ha-jin comes across Ahn Ah-rim (Yoon Jin-yi), whom he recognizes as the girl he treated like a sister when they were both children living in an orphanage. As she begins working with Tae-ha, Yeo-reum is forced to re-evaluate her romantic history, which sets her off on a search for true love.