Synonyms for kim_hyeong or Related words with kim_hyeong

NotFoundError             



Examples of "kim_hyeong"
Kim Hyeong-jun (; born August 8, 1968) is a South Korean film director, screenwriter and producer.
At the Asian Championships he lost the final to Kim Hyeong-kyu (KOR) 13:15.
Adilbek Niyazymbetov of Kazakhstan won the gold medal. He beat Kim Hyeong-kyu from South Korea 2–1 on points in the final bout at the Seonhak Gymnasium.
No Mercy () is a 2010 South Korean crime thriller film written and directed by Kim Hyeong-jun. Sol Kyung-gu won Best Actor at the 18th Chunsa Film Art Awards for his performance.
An Yeong-Sik, An Byeong-Seok, Jo Byeong-Hyeon, Choi Tae-Gon, Kim Chun-Bae, Kim Hyeong-Il, Kim Yeong-Gi, Kim Yeong-Su, Go Se-Tae, Baek Jeong-Nam
Kim was born to a wealthy family of the Andong Kim lineage in Hongseong County, Chungcheong province. His father was Kim Hyeong-gyu. When Kim was 18, he released 50 families of slaves when he publicly burned the slave registry and provided each family with enough land to live on. This was the first emancipation of slaves in modern Korea.
In December 2010 Jellyfish Entertainment artists came together for the first time for the "Jelly Christmas" holiday album project with the single ""Christmas Time"". The participating Jellyfish artists were Sung Si Kyung, Park Hyo-shin, Seo In-guk, Brian Joo, Lisa, Park Hak Ki, Kim Hyeong-jung and Kyun Woo. The single was released on December 6, 2010.
The groups competing in the dance and rap category perform the respective songs and rehearsals for the groups are shown, with the "Bang Bang" group, composed of Choi Yoo-jung, Jeon Somi, Kim Do-yeon, Kim Chung-ha, Kim Danielle, Kwon Eun-bean, and Kim Seo-kyung, receiving the show's first-ever encore call. Kconic Entertainment's Kim Hyeong-eun emerged the winner in the rap category, and Jellyfish Entertainment's Kang Mi-na emerged the winner in the dance category.
For centuries, locals in the region had called the site of the spring “Dwaeksaemi,” a Jejudo word meaning “a mineral spring with good quality water.” According to another story, in the 1960s, a Confucian scholar named Kim Hyeong-gon was praying for 100 days in a small cave. He drank some mineral water given to him in a dream and recovered his health. He then built Yaksuam to express his gratitude to the Buddha and did his Buddhist practice there until the end of his life.
An anime adaptation of "Winter Sonata" premiered on Japan's SKY PerfecTV! on October 17, 2009, consisting of 26 episodes subtitled in Japanese. Directed by Ahn Jae-hoon and written by Kim Hyeong-wan, the program featured 23 members of the original Korean cast voicing the characters, including Bae and Choi who reprised their roles. The role of "Sang-hyeok", originally played by Park Yong-ha, was voiced by singer Kang Yo-hwan and "Chae-rin" was dubbed by newcomer Lee Se-na in place of Park Sol-mi. During October 2011, Animax Asia aired the anime in Korean audio and English subtitles across South and Southeast Asia.
Kim was also known as a lyrical (as opposed to 'ontological') poet, aligned with others including Heu Young-ja, Chung Jin-kyu, Lee Keun-bae, Oh Tak-bon, Yoo An-jin, Park E-dou, Ra Tae-joo, Lee Soo-ik, Song Soo-Kwon, Oh Sae-young, Lee Geon-cheong, Kim Jong-hae, Shin Dalja, Lim Young-jo, Lee Sung-sun, Moon Chung-hee, Kim Hyeong-young, Cho Jeong-kwon, Hong Shin-seon, Sin Dae-chul, Kim Jong-hae, Kim Jong-chul, Lee Garim, Kim Seung-hee, Lee Jun-gwan, Lee kee-chul, Cho Chang-whan, and Yoon Suk-san
Kim was in the camp of 'lyrical' (as opposed to 'ontological) poets like Heu Young-ja, Chung Jin-kyu, Lee Keun-bae, Kim Hu-ran, Oh Tak-bon, Yoo An-jin, Park E-dou, Ra Tae-joo, Lee Soo-ik, Song Soo-Kwon, Oh Sae-young, Lee Geon-cheong, Kang Eun-gyo, Shin Dalja, Lim Young-jo, Lee Sung-sun, Moon Chung-hee, Kim Hyeong-young, Cho Jeong-kwon, Hong Shin-seon, Sin Dae-chul, Kim Jong-hae, Kim Jong-chul, Lee Ga-rim, Kim Seung-hee, Lee Jun-gwan, Lee kee-chul, Cho Chang-whan, and Yoon Suk-san
Kang was also in the camp of 'lyrical' (as opposed to 'ontological) poets like Heu Young-ja, Chung Jin-kyu, Lee Keun-bae, Kim Huran, Oh Tak-bon, Yoo An-jin, Park E-dou, Ra Tae-joo, Lee Soo-ik, Song Soo-kwon, Oh Sae-young, Lee Geon-cheong, Kim Jong-hae, Shin Dalja, Lim Young-jo, Lee Sung-sun, Moon Chung-hee, Kim Hyeong-young, Cho Jeong-kwon, Hong Shin-seon, Sin Dae-chul, Kim Jong-hae, Kim Jong-chul, Lee Garim, Kim Seung-hee, Lee Jun-gwan, Lee kee-chul, Cho Chang-whan, and Yoon Suk-san
In April, 1920, Hong included the score of "Aesu" (애수, literally "sorrow"), a violin piece on the end pages of his short novel "Cheonyeohon" (lit. "a maiden's soul). He asked Kim Hyeong-jun for lyric for the tune whose song is "Bongseonhwa" (봉선화). In 1922, Hong made efforts to promote music while he participated in Yeongakhoe (연악회, Music Research Society) established by Gyeongsang Akuhoe (경상악우회 Gyeongsang Music Friend Society)'s lead. In 1925, he had the first solo violin recital as a Korean and published "Eumakgye" (음악계, Music World), the first music magazine published in Korea. Hong also wrote "Eumakmanpil" (음악만필, Music Essay) in "Changjo". In 1926, as Hong entered Kunitachi College of Music as a transfer student, he was accepted to play first violin at Tokyo Symphony Orchestra (current NHK Symphony Orchestra). After graduation in 1929, he returned to Korea and published the first volume of "100 pieces of Joseon Children's song" (조선동요 100곡집) through Yeongakhoe.
Season 2 of the program focused primarily on the girl group project, which was Min Hyo-rin's dream in season 1. The show followed seven members, Kang Ye-won, Han Chae-young, Hong Jin-young, Minzy and Jeon So-mi, with Kim Sook and Hong Jin-kyung returning, as they formed the second generation of "Unnies", produced by Kim Hyeong-seok (Park Jin-young's mentor). The fulfillment of each member's personal dreams have become the side projects of the program. The fan club name for the group remains as "DongSaengs" (i.e. younger brothers and sisters) and their official greeting, as suggested by Heo Kyung-hwan, is "Shoot! Shoot! Shoot!, Hello! We are Unnies!", with an emphasis on the basketball shooting motion while saying "Shoot". As the 7 members are training to become a group, their dorm is revealed to be in the hillside in Gapyeong County.
Head writer Jeong Hyeon-min in particular perused many books on the Goryeo times, as well as biographies of the figures in the drama. Jeong had previously worked for a decade as an aide to 10 Korean lawmakers from both the ruling Saenuri Party and the main opposition Democratic Party, and his ability to approach the drama's plot from a political spectrum was the reason executive producer Kim Hyeong-il hired him to write the TV series. Some cultural observers noted that the current political situation in Korea - with liberals and conservatives locked in power games - was quite similar to the setting of "Jeong Do-jeon". Director Kang Byung-taek called Jeong "rational and practical. The two are important values in Korea today."
On the other hand, Kim was responsible for KCIA activities that took place during his tenure including the assassination of former KCIA director Kim Hyeong-wook, political sabotage of the opposing New Democratic Party's internal election, and the violent arrest of female workers of a wig company YH Trade. Nearly 200 female workers of YH Trade held sit-in demonstrations at the headquarters of New Democratic Party (NDP) when 2,000 policemen stormed the NDP headquarters on August 11, 1979. In the process, one female worker fell to her death and 52 people including 10 workers, 30 NDP members, and 12 journalists were injured, some requiring hospitalization. Furthermore, KCIA Deputy Director Kim Jeong-Seop and Kim Gye-won testified in their trial after Park's assassination that Kim pursued the firm action in YH case over the objection of subordinates and that Kim wanted stronger measures than the Ninth Decree allowed. However, their claims are not thought to be credible since some other testimonies are demonstrably untrue and they needed to distance themselves from Kim.
Kang Eungyo was born on December 13, 1945 in Hongwon, Hamgyeongnam-do. She was raised in Seoul, and graduated from Gyeonggi Girls’ Middle School and Gyeonggi Girls’ High School. She went on to earn her bachelor's degree in English Literature and Ph.D. in Korean Literature from Yonsei University. Kang has a daughter. She made her literary debut with the publication of "Night of the Pilgrims" (Sullyejaui bam), which earned her the 1968 New Writer Prize, sponsored by the journal "World of Thoughts" (Sasanggye). She was a member of the coterie that published the "The Seventies" (Chilsimnyeondae) along with Kim Hyeong-yeong, Yoon Sang-gyu, Lim Jeong-nam, and Jung Hui-seong. She is at present a professor of Korean Literature at Dong-a University. "House of Nothingness" (Heomujip), "Diary of a Pauper" (Binjailgi), "House of Noises" (Sorijib), "Red River" (Bulgeun gang), "Song of the Wind" (Baram norae), "Song of Sadness" (Seulpeun norae), and "Letter in the Wall" (Byeoksogui pyeonji) are her most significant poetry collections. Kang was also the recipient of the Korean Writer’s Prize and the Contemporary Literature (Hyundae Munhak) Award.
However, in 1989, he began to work with the song "HORNABI", which was written and composed by Lee Hye-min. It was widely known to the public by introducing a staggering dance that mimicked the appearance of a butterfly on stage. It was the best time to win the 4th Golden Disk Popular Artist Award, the MBC Top 10 Singer Award, and other awards. After 1990, he showed much interest in developing the Dooley dance by showing and , and he appeared as a guest of MBC arts program "Sunday, Sunday night" that year, I do not know. "He played a big role in broadcasting. On October 30, 1990, when he was in a busy time, he married Yoon Tae-young and had one male and one female. In April, 1991, she appeared as the first guest in MBC entertainment program "Night-Sneaking Camera", which was performed by Lee Kyung-gyu, and gave a lot of laughter to viewers. He was usually a Buddhist, so she was selected as president of the Buddhist singer. Kim Hyeong-guk, who has been active in the broadcasting program since then, made a trot song in 1991 when he announced in 1989 and became Kim Hyun-guk's second hit song. In the early '90s, the reggae party, which was produced in 1994 as a subgenre when reggae music such as Doctor Reggae, Joyce Obi, and Lula took on a sensational fashion, did not get much response in the beginning, but gotten considerable popularity afterwards. Particularly comical, he played great in entertainments and was once more a funny singer than a comedian. Kim was awarded the Excellence Prize for the MBC Acting Radio Award in 1996 with his ingenious dedication, and also acted as a radio host. In 1997, MBC Radio "Limited Operation", which was conducted with Park Mi-sun, gained much popularity.
Gang Il-Sun did not designate a successor, and after his passing his movement split into many different factions. In 1911, Goh Pan-Lye (Subu , literally “Head Lady,” 1880-1935), a female disciple, emerged as the leader of one of the largest factions, which eventually came under the control of Goh's male cousin, Cha Gyeong-Seok (1880-1936). Cha's branch, known as Bocheonism, according to some scholars "had more followers during the Japanese colonial period than any other religion, more than an estimated 6 million adherents." However, it declined quite rapidly. Goh had separated from Cha in 1919 and established her own organization, which in turn divided into several rival factions after her death. Kim Hyeong-Ryeol (1862-1932), another leading disciple of Gang Il-Sun, originally supported Cha but left him in 1914 and established yet another branch with the help of Gang Il-Sun's widow, Jeong. Again, this branch split into several independent groups. Ultimately, around one hundred different groups claiming the legacy of Gang Il-Sun came into existence, although not all of them survive to this day. The largest one is Daesun Jinrihoe, which originates from Jo Jeongsan (1895-1958), who was not a direct disciple of Gang Il-Sun but claimed to have received a revelation from him in 1917, eight years after Gang Il-Sun's death. Jo Jeongsan's followers claim, however, than in 1909 Gang Il-Sun saw a train passing, which had Jo Jeongsan, then a teenager, aboard, and stated: “A man can do anything at the age of 15 if he is able to take his identification tag ("hopae") with him.” Jo Jeongsan's disciples later claimed that these words amounted to an endorsement by Gang Il-Sun of Jo Jeongsan as his successor.