Synonyms for kim_yoo_jung or Related words with kim_yoo_jung

gong_hyo_jin              moon_geun_young              jung_gyu_woon              song_hye_kyo              kim_kang_woo              lee_mi_sook              soo_ae              kang_hye_jung              lee_dong_wook              yoon_ji              jin_goo              jang_hyuk              jung_joon_ho              han_hye_jin              shim_eun_kyung              lee_beom_soo              uhm_tae_woong              yum_jung_ah              ji_chang_wook              lee_joon_hyuk              lee_yeon_hee              song_seung_heon              joo_sang_wook              kim_kap_soo              gong_hyung_jin              baek_jin_hee              go_kyung_pyo              yoo_seung_ho              cha_tae_hyun              lee_deok_hwa              yeo_jin_goo              jae_hee              kim_nam_joo              hyun_bin              yeon_jung_hoon              han_hyo_joo              lee_jong_suk              lee_yoo_ri              ahn_sung_ki              kim_tae_hee              kim_jaewon              lee_hyun_woo              kim_hae_sook              bae_jong_ok              youn_yuh_jung              shin_eun_kyung              han_ji_hye              jo_jung_suk              lee_jong_hyuk              jung_hye             

Examples of "kim_yoo_jung"
Kim You-jeong (Korean: 김유정; also romanised as Kim Yoo-jung, Kim Yu-chŏng and Kim Yu-jeong; 11 January 1908 – 29 March 1937) was a Korean novelist.
In 2014, she starred in the historical drama "Secret Door", acting as the older version of Kim Yoo-jung as the female lead.
This movie is about Lee Hyeong (Cha Tae-hyun) whose spirit, after an accident, started entering the bodies of people struggling with love, and Scully (Kim Yoo-jung), the high school student who guides his spirit along the way
Secret Door () is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Han Suk-kyu, Lee Je-hoon, Kim Yoo-jung, Park Eun-bin, Kim Min-jong and Choi Won-young. It aired on SBS on Mondays and Tuesdays at 22:00 from September 22 to December 9, 2014 for 24 episodes.
On December 2015, KBS Media announced that they will be adapting and producing the popular novel "" written by Yoon Yi-soo. Park Bo-gum joined the project in February 2016 and Kim Yoo-jung boarded in April. The first script reading was held in Yeoido, Seoul on May 26, 2016 and filming began in early June.
"Sungkyunkwan Scandal" (2010), "Moon Embracing the Sun" (2012) and "Love in the Moonlight" (2016) were all sageuk adapted from popular novels. They were initially targeted to a younger demographic but has since received mainstream and international success. The productions have also put the spotlight to then emerging actors Song Joong-ki, Yoo Ah-in, Kim Soo-hyun, Park Bo-gum and Kim Yoo-jung.
Xiumin was revealed as the seventh member of South Korean-Chinese boy group EXO in January 2012. The group officially debuted on April 8, 2012. In 2013, Xiumin made a guest appearance alongside actress Kim Yoo-jung in the music video for the song "Gone" by South Korean singer Jin, now a member of Lovelyz.
Thread of Lies (; lit. Elegant Lies) is a 2014 South Korean film based on the 2009 bestselling novel "Elegant Lies" by Kim Ryeo-ryeong. Directed by Lee Han, it starred Kim Hee-ae (in her first film in 21 years), Go Ah-sung, Kim Hyang-gi and Kim Yoo-jung.
Because I Love You () is a 2017 South Korean fantasy-comedy omnibus film starring Cha Tae-hyun and Kim Yoo-jung. Directed by Joo Ji-hoong, it premiered on January 4, 2017. This movie starring Cha Tae-hyun is produced by his elder brother Cha Ji-hyun who also produced another movie ""Gone With The Wind"" (aka ""The Grand Heist"") starring Cha Tae-hyun.
A bill collector (Kim Su-ro) who is fed up with his job is then offered a spot on a local reality television show to relive his college basketball days and also fulfill the wish of a terminally ill girl (Kim Yoo-jung).
Angry Mom () is a 2015 South Korean television series starring Kim Hee-sun, Kim Yoo-jung, and Ji Hyun-woo. It aired on MBC from March 18 to May 7, 2015 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 22:00 for 16 episodes. The screenplay was nominated for the Excellence Award at MBC's 2014 Script Contest.
Commitment (; lit. "Alumnus" or "The Graduate") is a 2013 South Korean spy thriller film starring Choi Seung-hyun (also known as T.O.P from the K-pop boyband BIGBANG). He plays the teenage son of an ex-North Korean agent who is tasked to kill a North Korean assassin in South Korea in order to save his younger sister played by Kim Yoo-jung.
Teen actress Kim Yoo-jung arrives later to film her bit of the trainees' video shoot. The shoot proves to be anything but easy for the idol trainees, they find themselves shirtless and covered in clay even in freezing temperatures for their filming.
"We Broke Up" is a live-action adaption of a popular webtoon bearing the same name. Co-directing the anticipated web-drama is Director Kim Yong-wan, who also co-directed the successful hit "Love Cells" starring former child-actress Kim Yoo-jung, which was recently revived for another season.
Jin (Hangul: 진) was born Park Myung-eun (Hangul: 박명은) on in Busan, South Korea. Jin debuted to the public late 2013 with the song "Gone" which featured Exo's Xiumin and actress Kim Yoo Jung as the main actors in the video.
The production attracted comparisons to KBS2's hit series "Love in the Moonlight" (2016) as both are Joseon historical dramas with young lead actors born in 1993 ("Moonlight"'s Park Bo-gum, "Ruler"'s Yoo) and 1999 ("Moonlight"'s Kim Yoo-jung", Ruler"'s Kim).
Grudge: The Revolt of Gumiho (; lit. Gumiho: Tale of the Fox's Child) is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Han Eun-jung, Jang Hyun-sung, Kim Yoo-jung and Seo Shin-ae. It aired on KBS2 from July 5 to August 24, 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 18 episodes.
Kim Yoo-jung (; born September 22, 1999) is a South Korean actress. After her acting debut in 2003, she became one of the best known child actresses in Korea and since then, has transitioned into teen roles by starring in television series "Moon Embracing the Sun" (2012), "May Queen" (2012) and "Angry Mom" (2015). She hosted music show "Inkigayo" from November 2014 to April 2016 and took on her first adult leading role in KBS2's historical drama "Love in the Moonlight" (2016).
Love in the Moonlight () is a South Korean television series starring Park Bo-gum and Kim Yoo-jung with Jinyoung, Chae Soo-bin and Kwak Dong-yeon. It is a coming-of-age story and youth romance set during 19th-century Joseon Dynasty based on the novel "" which was first serialized on Naver in 2013 and consequently published as a five-part series of books in 2015. It aired every Monday and Tuesday from August 22, 2016 until October 18, 2016 on KBS2 at 22:00 (KST) for 18 episodes.
In 2010, he was cast in the movie Ghost, he played the role of Park Chul-Min, a high school student, who can see ghosts but pretends not to see them and decided not to meddle with their affairs, until the ghost of a cute girl named Seo-Hee (Choi Hye-kyung) ask for his help. In same year he was cast opposite to Kim Yoo-jung in , in the drama they played as two young people who have affection with each other but their love end up with tragedy. After Gumiho, he had a brief cameo in Sungkyunkwan Scandal as a petty thief Bok-soo.