Synonyms for kim_hak or Related words with kim_hak

lee_seung              choi_eun              kim_dae              ryong              choi_jong              kim_kwang              kim_seong              keun              kim_myung              byoung              kim_hyung              woong              heon              jung_yong              kim_hyun              byeong              deuk              geun              choi_yong              taek              jung_hae              kim_yong              kim_gwang              choi_jae              kim_jong              jung_yoon              pyung              beom              deok              choi_hyun              yoo_jae              hyeon              choi_seung              kim_yeong              lee_kwang              hyung              choi_jin              kyeong              yeom_dong              kang_dae              cho_yoon              kim_tae              choi_jeong              ahn_jae              seop              kyoung              lee_myung              byung              myong              jang_yong             



Examples of "kim_hak"
Kim Hak-bum (; born 1 March 1960) is a South Korean football manager.
Kim Hak-kyun (Hangul: 김학균; born November 15, 1971) is a retired male badminton player from South Korea.
, Lt. Col. Kim Hak Bin is an administrator at the school. Ri Kyong Hui is a biology teacher.
North Korea and Peru established diplomatic relations in 1988. North Korea has an embassy in Lima, Peru. The current North Korean ambassador in Lima is Kim Hak Chol.
Kim Hak-Chul (; born 4 November 1972) is a South Korean retired footballer and football coach. In 2009, He managed Incheon United reserve team and led the team to R-League Champion.
Kim Hak-hwan from South Korea won the gold medal after beating Mehdi Navaei of Iran in gold medal match 2–0, The bronze medal was shared by Abdulqader Al-Adhami from Qatar and Liu Xiaobo of China. Athletes from India, Pakistan, Palestine and Kazakhstan shared the fifth place.
Kim Hak-soon (born 1954) is a South Korean film director and screenwriter. Kim wrote and directed the naval thriller film "Northern Limit Line" (2015) which depicts a real-life naval skirmish with North Korea in June 2002. It drew more than 6 million viewers 29 days after its release on June 24, 2015, making it one of the top-grossing film in 2015.
Northern Limit Line (; lit. Battle of Yeonpyeong) is a 2015 South Korean naval thriller film written and directed by Kim Hak-soon, based on the real-life events of the Second Battle of Yeonpyeong. It stars Kim Mu-yeol, Jin Goo, and Lee Hyun-woo.
With Kim Hak-bum's management, the club bounced back to the forefront of South Korean football in style as they claimed their seventh league title in 2006, defeating Suwon Samsung Bluewings 3–1 on aggregate in the championship playoff final. This was their seventh K League title which is a record out of all the K League clubs.
Kim Won-Bong married twice. His first wife, Choi Dong-seon, died young. After her death, he married Park Cha-jeong. He had two sons and one daughter: Kim Cheol-Geon (김철건), Kim Joong-Geon (김중건) and Kim Hak-Bong (김학봉), respectively. His pen name was "Yaksan" (약산 若山), which means "like a mountain".
Sun Jun competed in badminton at the 1996 Summer Olympics in men's singles. In the first round he had a bye, and in the second one he defeated Kim Hak-kyun from Korea. In round of 16 he was beaten by Alan Budikusuma 15-5, 15-6.
Kim Hak-bong (김 학봉, born ) is a South Korean male weightlifter, competing in the 69 kg category and representing South Korea at international competitions. He participated at the 2000 Summer Olympics in the 69 kg event. He competed at world championships, most recently at the 1999 World Weightlifting Championships.
After months of confusion, the club appointed Kim Hak-bum, who previously led their golden age, as their manager. The return turned out to be extremely successful, as Seongnam not only escaped relegation but also won their third FA Cup trophy, beating FC Seoul in a penalty shoot-out on 23 November 2014.
Kim Hak-Man (born 26 March 1976 in South Chungcheong Province) is a South Korean rifle shooter. He competed in the 50 m rifle prone event at the 2012 Summer Olympics, where he placed 15th. He finished in 28th place in the same event at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Director Kim Hak-soon shot the film in 3D, having received a grant from the Korean Film Council (3D effects were done by Dnext Media). Kim said, "I believe that 3D visuals would enable viewers to feel the pain and fear felt by the (men) in a more effective and immersive way."
He said the group will seek to establish bioethics guidelines and come up with supporting measures for biotechnology researchers in the country. Among those who have joined the group were Reps. Kim Hyuk-kyu, Kim Young-choon and Kim Sung-gon of the ruling party, Kim Hyong-o of the main opposition Grand National Party (GNP) and Kim Hak-won, chairman of the United Liberal Democrats.
Kim Hak-sung (; born February 28, 1968) is a professional wheelchair curler from South Korea. He is the skip for the South Korean team at the 2010 Winter Paralympics. He graduated from Seoul Art University. In addition to wheelchair curling, he has represented South Korea in both javelin, discus throw and shot put. His hobbies are internet gaming, fishing, and wheelchair basketball. His home wheelchair curling club is Wonju Yonsei Dream located in Gangwon.
Four single people: happily divorced paralegal Lee Soo-kyung (Lee Soo-kyung), mysterious gourmand Goo Dae-young (Yoon Doo-joon), design student and former rich girl Yoon Jin-yi (Yoon So-hee), and petty lawyer Kim Hak-moon (Shim Hyung-tak). Who enjoy living alone, except for that pesky problem that dining out is not designed for one. At Jin-yi's request, she, Soo-kyung and Dae-young start eating out together and thus get involved in each other's lives.
Although his book "Military Comfort Women" was a "hidden" best-seller among scholars, it did not gain widespread public attention. Soon after his book was published, it was quickly made into a film by Toei Company. Even the film did not draw much attention to the issue of comfort women. The comfort women issue only gained international attention when Kim Hak-sun came forth with her story in 1991.
The club's foundation captain, Kim Hak-Cheol, had left Daegu to join the newly formed Incheon United, which was making its K-League debut. Hong Soon-Hak, a midfielder who had played a number of games the previous season, was designated captain. While all of the imports from the previous season bar Indio were released following the conclusion of the club's first season, Nonato and Jefferson, both Brazilian strikers, transferred in. Another Brazilian, Santiago, a central defender, would arrive mid-season. Daegu improved in 2004 to 10th place in the league, which due to Incheon United's entry, now boasted 13 clubs.