Synonyms for kwang_soo or Related words with kwang_soo

myung_su              jung_hyun              sung_hoon              ji_hoon              jung_hee              woong              jong_kook              jung_tae              seong_ho              yoon_jung              ji_woo              yoon_jong              kang_tae              ji_yeon              beom              jin_hee              hee_jung              tae_woong              kyeong              ji_hyun              ji_seok              seo_hyun              geun              hyun_soo              jae_seok              yoon_ji              jeong_hee              seung_ho              kyung_joo              kyung_ah              hyun_woo              eun_hye              go_kyung_pyo              jung_eun              seo_yeon              ryul              choi_seung              lee_jong_hyuk              jung_soo              ji_eun              jung_gyu_woon              jung_woo              yeol              jung_yong              yeo_jin              soo_kyung              yoon_jae              sang_hoon              bong_soo              dong_wook             

Examples of "kwang_soo"
Kim Kwang-soo (born 1954) is a South Korean neuroscientist.
Boy Meets Boy is a 2008 South Korean short film directed by Kim Jho Kwang-soo.
Oh, Kwang-Soo, “Kim Tschang-Yeul’s ‘Drops of Water’ as the Essence of Consciousness”, in Kim
Kwang-Soo, Oh, in Kim Tschang-Yeul, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, pp7–12 (in English and Korean).
Lee Kwang-soo received a Best New Actor in Film nomination at the 48th Baeksang Arts Awards in 2012.
Back Kwang-soo (born 1978) is a South Korean rugby union footballer. He plays at the flanker position.
Story about Jo Seok's (Lee Kwang-soo) adventure with his wife Aebong (Jung So-min) and his family.
Ma Kwang-soo (Hangul:마광수, hanja:馬光洙, born April 14, 1951) is a South Korean educator, university professor, novelist, writer and journalist.
Toward the end of the 1960s, Park began experimenting in new forms, the "Hereditarius" series. Oh Kwang Soo, art critic, described his works as such:
Confession (; lit. "Good Friends") is a 2014 South Korean neo-noir film starring Ji Sung, Ju Ji-hoon and Lee Kwang-soo.
Oh Kwang-Soo (Hangul: 오광수) (born October 30, 1965 in Goheung, Jeollanam-do, South Korea) is a former South Korean boxer.
The series features real-life friends and former "Running Man" co-stars Song Joong-ki and Lee Kwang-soo for the first time since Song left the variety show.
Lee Kwang-Soo (; born 14 July 1985) is a South Korean actor, entertainer and model . He is best known as a cast member of the variety show "Running Man" since 2010.
Ji Suk-jin is most well known as a cast member in the variety show "Running Man" together with Yoo Jae-suk, Kim Jong-kook, Gary, Haha, Song Ji-hyo, and Lee Kwang-soo.
She has also been filming the show "If You Love a Chinese season 2" with Korean actor and entertainer Lee Kwang-soo, who is best known as a cast member of the variety show "Running Man".
In November 2011, Lee signed with talent agency King Kong Entertainment, which also manages fellow actors Lee Kwang-soo, Park Min-young, Lee Chung-ah and Kim Sun-a.
In 2013 movie director Kim Jho Kwang-soo and his partner Kim Seung-hwan became the first South Korean gay couple to publicly wed, although it was not a legally recognized marriage.
Kwang-su, also spelled Kwang-soo or Gwang-su, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
Gu Kwang-soo is 39 years old. He was once the brilliant PD (production director) of the nation's top live music program. But his fall from grace occurs when members of an indie band he'd cast drop their pants onstage and flash the entire country during a live broadcast (based on a real-life incident on MBC in 2005). Kwang-soo loses his position and gets shunted to another program, a low-rated trivia quiz show. He is desperate to get married, but his workaholic ways leave him little time to date. Kwang-soo often thinks about "the one who got away," his ex-girlfriend Joo Da-in who left him heartbroken when she suddenly broke up with him one day after publicly rejecting his marriage proposal. When they meet again, Da-in is a single mother whose life revolves around her young daughter Eun-seo, and they've just moved in to the apartment one floor above Kwang-soo's. Kwang-soo lives with his superstitious older sister Bok-ja and her three sons, Kang Jin-gu, Kang Min-gu, and Kang Dong-gu.
In 2013, Song participated in dubbing for the animated movie "Maritime Police Marco" as the voice of Lulu, opposite fellow "Running Man" member Lee Kwang-soo as Marco. She then played a female detective in Park Hoon-jung's crime drama "New World". In April 2013, she starred opposite Lee Dong-wook in KBS's historical drama "The Fugitive of Joseon".