Synonyms for kim_gwang or Related words with kim_gwang


Examples of "kim_gwang"
Kim Gwang Seok is a Korean Greco-Roman Wrestler. He won gold medal at 2006 Asian Games at Doha in 120 kg match.
Kim Gwang-seon (born 8 April 1946) is a former South Korean cyclist. He competed in the sprint and the 1000m time trial at the 1968 Summer Olympics.
Coaches: 76 – Cho Kye-Hyun (조계현) (Samsung Lions), 77 – Kim Gwang-Soo (김광수) (Doosan Bears), 88 – Kim Ki-Tae (김기태) (Yomiuri Giants).
Daedong Sagang () is a Korean history book written by Kim Gwang in 1929. It describes history from Gojoseon to the last dynasty of Joseon.
Kim Gwang-seok (; born 12 February 1983) is a South Korea football player who since 2007 has played for Pohang Steelers.
On June 9 of 1990, his fellow poets including Kim Gwang-gyun and Ku Sang erected a monument that pays a tribute to Kim at Posung high school, where Kim attended.
The film is directed by Kim Gwang Hun, Nicholas Bonner and Anja Daelemans; produced by Anja Daelemans, Nicholas Bonner and Ryom Mi Hwa; and written by Sin Myong Sik and Kim Chol.
The Piper (; lit. The Guest) is a 2015 South Korean period mystery film inspired by the "Pied Piper of Hamelin" legend. It is written and directed by Kim Gwang-tae, in his directorial debut.
Kim Gwang-soo was born in Seongbuk District, Seoul. He came out of the closet in 2006, and legally changed his name to Kim Jho Gwang-soo. Kim Jho is one of South Korea's few openly gay film directors and has been involved in the production of several works with LGBT themes.
The Sib Pal Gi Association (십팔기협회 "Dae Han Sibpalki Hyeop Hwe"; also "The Korea Sibpalki Association") is a Korean martial arts association established in 1981 under the leadership of Kim Kwang-Seok (Kim Gwang-suk 김광석; 金光錫, b. 1936, style name "Haebeom").
Kim Gwang-suk (alternative transliteration Kim Kwang-suk, ; born February 15, year unknown; 1976 or 1978 theorized) is a North Korean female gymnast who competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics. She is known for both her exemplary uneven bars work and for her involvement in one of the most prominent age falsification scandals in gymnastics in recent years.
Together with Lavinia Miloșovici, Gina Gogean, Cristina Bontaș, Vanda Hădărean, and Maria Neculiță, Mirela was a member of the Romanian team at the 1992 Summer Olympics Barcelona, Spain. In Barcelona she won silver with the team and tied for the fourth place for the uneven bars with Lavinia Miloșovici and Kim Gwang Suk.
The two decided to collaborate and their music was of the funk genre. They worked with world famous brass session team, Jerry Hey, and Korean singer and jazz pianist, Kim Gwang-min; subsequently they released the album "Carnival" in 1997. It had a retro theme, and was a great success for them. They won the Golden Disc Award.
"Magic Castle" (Hangul: 마법의 성; "Mabeopui Seong"), written by Kim Gwang-jin, is the title song of The Classic's debut album, "Magic Castle" (1994). The song has been covered by several Korean artists since its release, including Lee Seung-hwan, As One, and Seo Young-eun. TVXQ released their cover version of it on December 6, 2004, and it was used to promote their Christmas EP, "The Christmas Gift from TVXQ".
On January 26, MBLAQ performed at a special concert MBC Music Era ("I Giorni Della Musica") held in Ilsan. The concert consist of live performances by 38 legendary singers. MBLAQ was the only idol group to perform at the concert. MBLAQ sang Mona Lisa with veteran singers Yoon Sang, Kim Gwang Jin, BMK, Kim Kyung Ho and Baek Ji Young singing the chorus. MBLAQ′s Lee Joon also joined Kim Jo Han for a live performance of "Soul Mates".
Reigning 2011 and 2013 World Champion McKayla Maroney missed the competition to recover from a knee injury. She was the only 2013 World Champion not to compete in Nanning. 2008 Olympic Champion and 2013 World Bronze Medalist Hong Un-jong claimed her first world title on vault, the first North Korean World Champion since Kim Gwang-Suk in 1991. Simone Biles claims silver as she did in 2013 by 0.045 and Mykayla Skinner grabs her first individual medal, a bronze.
While age falsification has been denied among many gymnastics officials, in recent years some have publicly admitted that the practice has occurred. In reference to the falsifications of the early 1990s and 1980s, the head of the Romanian Gymnastics Federation, Nicolae Vieru, was quoted in 2002: "Changing the ages was a worldwide practice...we copied this from others." The FIG has publicly stated that they view age falsification as an unacceptable practice. However, there have only been three cases, those of Kim Gwang Suk in 1993 and Dong Fangxiao and Hong Su Jong in 2010, where the FIG has elected to take any action against a gymnastics federation for age falsification.
Another point that frequently arises in this debate is the issue of age falsification. Since stricter age limit rules were first adopted in the early 1980s, there have been several well-documented, and many more suspected, cases of juniors with falsified documents competing as seniors. The FIG has only taken disciplinary action in three cases: those of Kim Gwang-Suk of North Korea, who competed at the 1989 World Artistic Gymnastics Championships at the approximate age of eleven; North Korean Hong Su-jong, who competed under three different birth dates in the 2000s, and China's Dong Fangxiao, who competed at the 2000 Olympics when she was two years below the age minimum.
Kim Gwang Suk (North Korea): Kim, the 1991 World Champion on the uneven bars, was active on the international circuit between 1987 and 1993. During this time, several observers claimed she was too young for senior competition. The North Korean Gymnastics Federation submitted inconsistent dates of birth for Kim at various competitions, claiming that she was 15 for three consecutive years. As punishment, the F.I.G. barred the North Korean women's team from the World Championships in 1993. She competed in the 1989 World Championships at the estimated age of 11 or 12. However, she may have been younger than that. At the 1992 Olympics, she claimed she was 17. However, her front teeth were missing, leading Béla Károlyi to speculate that she was as young as 10 at the time.
In the summer of 1987, Kim Gwang-seok and other student musicians he affiliated with recorded some practice pieces. This drew the attention of Kim Chang Wan, the main singer of the rock band San Ul Lim, a major figure in Korean popular music. Impressed by the quality of the record, he arranged the record production, which was released in 1988 with the title of ‘Dongmulwon-The Zoo’. Members of ‘Dongmulwon’, including Kim Kwang-seok, were astonished at the explosive sales of their first album, many of which tracks recorded mega hits. Songs such as ‘On the street’, ‘I’m another guy loving you’, ‘Writing a letter on the cloudy sky of autumn’, ‘Hyehwa-dong’ portrayed emotions of young people in a manner that distinguished them from those of mainstream pop music, which was tarnished by commercialism. In response to the enthusiastic support of fans, Kim Kwang-seok and Dongmulwon held numerous concert.