Synonyms for kim_dae or Related words with kim_dae

kim_hyun              kim_hyung              woong              kwang              kim_hak              yoo_jae              choi_yong              byeong              lee_myung              kim_jong              keun              choi_jong              choi_jae              kim_myung              ryong              choi_eun              kim_seong              kim_yeong              seop              jung_yoon              kyoung              hyung              kim_gwang              seok_hyun              kim_kwang              eung              taek              lee_seung              ahn_jae              kyong              beom              choi_byung              wook              choi_jin              geun              choi_seung              kyeong              ryul              kim_tae              lee_kwang              pyung              byoung              jeong_eun              gyung              kang_tae              seo_hyun              kim_hyeong              byung              yeol              jung_yong             

Examples of "kim_dae"
Kim Dae-Beom (born February 10, 1992) is a South Korean modern pentathlete.
Former President Kim Dae-jung's autobiography criticized Lee's policies towards North Korea before his death.
Kim Dae-sub (born 30 June 1981) is a South Korean professional golfer.
The late president Kim Dae-Jung was interred there on Aug 23, 2009.
Kim Dae-eun (born September 17, 1984) is a South Korean gymnast.
Kim Dae-seung (born June 18, 1967) is a South Korean film director and screenwriter.
Kim Dae-eun (Hangul: 김대은; born 1 October 1990) is a South Korean male badminton player.
The film "KT" (2002) depicts the kidnapping of Kim Dae-jung.
The Party was in a government coalition with Kim Dae-jung's Democratic Party from 1998 to 2001.
The conservative party won the election continued to govern until 1997, when Kim Dae-Jung won the election.
In 2000, Kim Dae-jung was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his successful implementation of the Sunshine Policy.
Kim Dae-jin (born April 30, 1977), also known by his stage name Na Yoon is a South Korean actor.
In December, they changed their name to "A-peace" and they promoted S.O.S in Thailand. After a hiatus, several members left: Jung Man-soo, Im Ho-jun, Lee Ha-neul, Hwang Seok-hyun, Im Yeong-kyun, Oh Seung-hyun, and Kim Dae-geon left the group. Kim Dae-geon later became a member of F.cuz.
He was widely believed to have helped the Korean Central Intelligence Agency kidnap then-leading Korean opposition leader Kim Dae-jung from a Tokyo hotel (see kidnapping of Kim Dae-jung). Kim was whisked out to sea where he was bound, gagged, blindfolded and fitted with weights so that his body would never surface.
Kim Dae-joong (not to be confused with former Korean President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Kim Dae-jung), a columnist at the "Korea Times", wrote in his editorial piece: "It amounts to double-crossing to be really fond of America in all substantive matters, while bad-mouthing America in public protests."
After Kim achieved the presidency and moved into the Blue House, there was uncertainty and considerable speculation about how he would handle the office. He had been sentenced to death by Chun Doo Hwan. Chun and his successor Roe Tae Woo had been sentenced by Kim Dae Jung's predecessor President Kim Young Sam. Kim Dae Jung pardoned Chun.
The late president Kim Dae-jung used an armored BMW 740iAL, offered by BMW Korea, for his state visit to Mongolia in June 1999.
Namhae is the only king who is called Chachaung. According to the "Samguk Sagi", Kim Dae-Mun explained that the title ""Chachaung"" meant a shaman in Old Korean.
Choi ji-ryong is an outspoken anti-communist cartoonist in South Korea. His editorial cartoons have been critical of Korean Presidents Kim Dae-jung and Roh Moo Hyun.
The Ministry of National Defense hired conservative military instructors who allegedly advocated political stances unfavorable to Kim Dae-jung and Roh Moo-hyun to army reservists.