Synonyms for kim_yeong or Related words with kim_yeong

kim_gwang              myong              keum              kyong              lee_seung              kim_seong              choi_eun              eung              choi_yong              ryong              choi_jong              byoung              lee_myung              jinkim              byeong              heelee              kyoung              seoung              keun              jeong_eun              kim_kyong              woong              choi_seung              myoung              heum              choi_byung              kyeong              kim_kwang              lee_kwang              yoon_jong              kim_dae              jung_yong              ryul              ahn_jae              mikim              kim_hye              jung_hae              kim_byeong              yoon_jung              hyeong              choi_jeong              deuk              kang_tae              sunkim              hyun_hee              byung              yoo_jae              ryeong              sookim              jeong_hee             



Examples of "kim_yeong"
Criticism KIM Yeong-Chan Ghosts in the Theatre of Criticism
Kim Yeong-nam joined Seongnam Ilhwa in January 2012.
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 Yeong-gi (; born 24 January 1985 in Himeji, Hyōgo, Japan) is a South Korean footballer.
Kim Young-jae or Kim Yeong-jae is a Korean name and may refer to:
Kim Yeong-cheol () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Kim and the given name Yeong-cheol, and may also refer to:
On several occasions, the party ran candidates for President or Parliament, for example Kim Yeong-gyu in the 2002 presidential election, but it never won any elections.
Kim Yeong-hyeon (The romanization preferred by the author according to LTI Korea) is a modern Korean poet, novelist and publisher.
Kim Yeong-ok (born 4 March 1974) is a Korean former basketball player who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics and in the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Kim Yeong-nam (; born 24 March 1991) is a South Korean footballer who plays as midfielder for Bucheon FC in K League Challenge.
Soul Cartel () is a Korean manhwa series written by Kim Eun-hyo and illustrated by Kim Yeong-ji. Started on 2012, this webtoon manhwa was released on Naver and its final raw chapter was published on April 6 2016.
The current mayor of Jong-no district is Kim Yeong-jong. The district council serves administrative functions such as Foreign Seal Registration, International Marriage, Adoption, Acknowledgement reports and Alien Registration Certificates for foreigners residing in Jongno District.
He died on the morning of 11 October 1992 at the Chung-Ang University Hospital in Seoul. He was survived by his wife Kim Yeong-ja, two sons, and two daughters.
Kim Jin-won was the director of Drama Special episodes "Just an Ordinary Love Story", "Crossing the Young-do Bridge", "Guardian Angel Kim Yeong-goo", "Snail Gosiwon", and "The Last Flashman".
Jang Yeong-sil () is a 2016 South Korean historical drama television series starring Song Il-gook, Kim Yeong-cheol, Kim Sang-kyung and Park Sun-young. It replaced "" and aired on KBS1 from January 2, 2016 to March 26, 2016 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:40 (KST) for 24 episodes.
In 1951 he began playing "gayageum" at The National Center for Korean Traditional Performing Arts in Seoul, where he studied under the famous "gayageum" masters Kim Yeong-yun (김영윤), Kim Yun-deok (김윤덕), and Shim Sang-geon (심상건). In 1959 he graduated from Seoul National University School of Law.
Under the penname Yeongrang, Kim Yeong-nang was especially active in literature during the 1930s and 1940s. Most of his poems experiment with modernism at the same time as exploring native Korean rhythms and he was well known for writing in the unique Jeolla dialect. Partly this was because Japanese prohibitions led patriotic Koreans to emphasise traditional aesthetics.
Writing for "Ize" magazine, music critic Kim Yeong-dae noted how "Mileage" was able to "elegantly advance the recurring thematic progression by controlling the tension through length of notes while minimizing harmonic shifts", which he claimed "attests to the fact that [Jung's] song-writing capability has stepped up to a standard".
Minae of Silla (817-839) (r. 838–839) was the 44th ruler of the Korean kingdom of Silla. He was a great-grandson of King Wonseong, and the son of "Daeachan" Kim Chung-gong. His mother was a Pak, Lady Gwibo. He married the daughter of "Gakgan" Kim Yeong-gong.
The Korea National University of Transportation (KNUT) is a public, national university in Chungju City, North Chungcheong province, South Korea. The university was established in 2012 by merging Chungju National University and Korea National Railroad College. It enrolls about 200 graduate and 8,000 undergraduate students, and employs about 295 professors. The president of the University is Dr. Kim Yeong Ho.