Synonyms for ki_tae or Related words with ki_tae

woong              wook              ji_seok              jung_hye              kang_tae              choi_soo              choi_yoon              seo_ji              choi_eun              kim_tae              seo_hyun              kyeong              hyun_jin              choi_jae              hyun_woo              soo_kyung              ji_hye              joon_ho              sung_hoon              yoon_ji              seol              jang_soo              byun              seo_yeon              seo_yoon              yoon_jung              yoon_jae              gyu              tae_woong              yoon_hye              kim_myung              seo_jin              ji_hoon              jung_hoon              yoon_seo              jae_hee              lee_seung              go_kyung_pyo              jung_woo              min_hyuk              jung_jae              geun              jung_yong              jung_hwa              jung_yoon              hee_jung              hyun_soo              yoo_kyung              kyung_joo              hyuk             

Examples of "ki_tae"
Huh Ki-Tae (born July 13, 1967) is a South Korean footballer.
Kim Ki-tae was an ROK Marine Corps captain and commanded the Seventh Company, Second Battalion, 2nd Marine Brigade during the Vietnam War.
Coaches: 76 – Cho Kye-Hyun (조계현) (Samsung Lions), 77 – Kim Gwang-Soo (김광수) (Doosan Bears), 88 – Kim Ki-Tae (김기태) (Yomiuri Giants).
Lead actors Eugene and Ki Tae-young fell in love while filming and married in 2011. When Eugene announced their engagement in a posting on her official fan site, she wrote, "The drama "Creating Destiny" actually created my beloved destiny."
Kim Ki-tae (김기태; born c. 1935) is a reserve colonel in the Republic of Korea (South Korea) Marine Corps. Kim was known as a confessor of some civilian massacres of the Vietnam War.
It tells the story of Kang Ki-tae who came from a wealthy family and became the first national entertainer during the Vietnam War in the 1970s and 1980s.
Still mystified by his son's death, the father (Jo Sung-ha) of high school student Ki-tae (Lee Je-hoon) tries to track down his two best friends, classmates Hee-joon (Park Jung-min) and Dong-yoon (Seo Jun-young), to try to find an explanation. Through Ki-tae's classmate Jae-ho, the father meets Hee-joon, who says he cannot help as he moved schools "weeks before what happened to Ki-tae." Afterwards, Hee-joon berates Jae-ho for giving his phone number to Ki-tae's father but Jae-ho tells him that Ki-tae "went crazy" after he moved away. Hee-joon manages to trace Dong-yoon and urges him to contact Ki-tae's father and provide some answers. In parallel, flashbacks to the time gradually reveal what really happened, starting with Ki-tae's needling and bullying of Hee-joon and the latter's response.
Conversely, the men's competition was the closest since Bae Ki-tae won South Korea's first title, in 1990. The men's title went to a Korean for the third time in the tournament's history. Finland's Pekka Koskela led the tournament until two laps remained of the 1000 metres, but despite skating a better last lap than Lee he finished 0.065 points behind the Korean.
Ki-tae is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 68 hanja with the reading "ki" and 20 hanja with the reading "tae" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Make a Wish () is a 2014 South Korean drama television series starring Oh Ji-eun and Ki Tae-young. It aired on MBC from June 23, 2014 to January 2, 2015 on Mondays to Fridays at 19:15 for 120 episodes.
Scandal: A Shocking and Wrongful Incident () is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Kim Jaewon, Jo Yoon-hee, Cho Jae-hyun, Park Sang-min, Shin Eun-kyung, Ki Tae-young, Kim Hye-ri, and Kim Gyu-ri. It aired on MBC from June 29 to October 27, 2013 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 for 36 episodes.
Ki Tae-young (born Kim Yong-woo on December 9, 1978) is a South Korean actor. Ki made his acting debut in 1997, and went on to play leading roles in the television dramas "Creating Destiny" (2009), "Living in Style" (2011), and "Make a Wish" (2014). He also released an EP in 2012.
He was portrayed by Takaya Kamikawa in the Japanese drama adaptation and Tang Zhi Ping in the Taiwanese drama adaptation. In the 2011 version of the drama, Umeda is portrayed by Takumi Saito. In the Korean adaptation, he is portrayed by Ki Tae Young.
Kim Ki-tae (Hangul: 김기태, Hanja: 金杞泰; born May 23, 1969 in Gwangju, South Korea) is a former South Korean baseball player who played for the Ssangbangwool Raiders, Samsung Lions and SK Wyverns in the Korea Baseball Organization and current manager of Kia Tigers.
Living in Style () is a 2011 South Korean weekend family drama series starring Ki Tae-young and Yoon Se-in. It aired on SBS from September 17, 2011 to March 11, 2012, on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:50 for 51 episodes.
Bae Ki-tae (Hangul: 배기태, Hanja: 裴基兌) (born 3 May 1965 in Uijeongbu, Gyeonggi-do) is a former speed skater from South Korea. In 1990, he became the first Korean speed-skater to win a senior championship, winning gold at the World Sprint Speed Skating Championships held in Tromsø, Norway. In addition, Kim participated in the World Allround Speed Skating Championships and won the 500 metres 3 times (1987, 1988 and 1990).
On October 28, 2014, the club announced that Kim Ki-tae, born in Gwangju, would be their new manager, having signed a three-year deal. In 2013, Kim led the LG Twins to their first post-season in eleven years, but quit just a month into the new season. As a player, Kim led the League in home runs (1994) and won the batting title in 1997. After retiring, Kim was voted the league's best ever designated hitter.
this boy, who is now named Hwa-yi, lives as the son of his five criminal fathers: Seok-tae, the cold but charismatic leader, Ki-tae, a stammering driving expert, Jin-seong, an ideal planner, Beom-soo, a guns expert, and Dong-beom a cold martial artist. Hwa-yi has been brought up in a unique way, learning skills from his five fathers instead of going to school. Though he has adapted to this life, sometimes he longs for the ordinary life of other boys, which seems impossible for him.
Colonel Kim Ki-tae, former commander of the Seventh Company, 2nd Marine Division of the ROK Marines, confessed to Hankyoreh that on 9 October 1966 South Korean troops set fire to the Binh Tai villagers’ homes and shot the villagers who fled the burning buildings. The raid had been ordered as a punitive action by the Division Headquarters as retaliation for the killing of a ROKA Infantry Major three days before by Sniper fire. The Marines were transported to the site of the massacre by Huey helicopters.
On May 11, 2011, Eugene announced she will be married to Ki Tae-young, her leading man in the 2009 TV series "Creating Destiny". They released their prenuptial pictorials a week before the actual wedding. Their wedding was held at the Seoul Central Church in Anyang, Gyeonggi-do, on July 23, 2011. They were the first couple featured on "Super Couple Diary", a reality show filming the daily married life of celebrity couples. Eugene gave birth to their first child, a daughter named Ro-hee in April 2015.