Synonyms for kyung_hwan or Related words with kyung_hwan

ji_seok              seok_hyun              tae_woong              ryeol              heum              bong_soo              woong              yoo_seung              hyun_sook              ryul              jong_suk              choi_byung              ahn_jae              seung_jae              min_sik              kyung_joo              jin_sook              sang_wook              yoon_jung              ryeong              jung_yong              choi_jong              soolee              ju_hyeon              kim_byeong              hwan_hee              choi_seong              jo_mi_ryung              deuk              jung_yoon              byoung              mikim              jung_tae              suk_jin              jae_duk              chung_yong              kyungkim              jung_joon              hyun_seok              kim_yeong              bongkim              sookim              seung_dae              jung_hae              seo_yoon              jang_yong              dal_hwan              heelee              kyung_joon              seok_jin             



Examples of "kyung_hwan"
Park Kyung-Hwan (born December 29, 1976) is a former South Korean football player.
Kyung-hwan, also spelled Kyoung-hwan or Kyung-hwan, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 54 hanja with the reading "kyung" and 21 hanja with the reading "hwan" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Lee Kyung-Hwan (March 21, 1988 – April 14, 2012) was a South Korean football player. He played for Daejeon Citizen and Suwon Bluewings.
After retiring from competitive gymnastics, Shin worked as a commentator at the 2012 London Olympic games. Shin has also appeared on a number of Korean television shows and she has been romantically linked to Korean comedian Heo Kyung Hwan.
Heo Kyung-hwan (; born February 16, 1981), is a South Korean comedian. He debut as a comedian on Gag Concert, and is best known for his acts 'Four Men', 'Seoul Mate', and 'Dignity of a Beggar'. He has also done The Human Condition and Mamma Mia. It was revealed that he signed a contract with Cube Entertainment on 4 February 2016.
He also developed another KBS program in 2012, "The Human Condition", in which six comedians (Kim Jun-hyun, Kim Joon-ho, Heo Kyung-hwan, Yang Sang-guk, Jung Tae-ho and Park Seong-ho) live together for seven days under certain restrictions, such as without gadgets, electricity, or water. Na produced the four-episode pilot.
The program airs on two channels, KBS2 and KBS World; the latter broadcasts the episodes several days after the former. As of 10 January 2015, there have been 20 episodes aired in KBS2 and 20 episodes on KBS World. The show is hosted by Yoo Jae-suk, Im Won-hee, Kwon Oh-joong, Jang Dong-min, and Heo Kyung-hwan. "I Am a Man" is intended largely for the male audience; female viewers are "welcome to watch it in secret."
"Living without Cellphones, Television and Internet" is the theme for the 4-episode pilot. Park Seong-ho, Kim Jun-ho, Jeong Tae-ho, Kim Jun-hyeon, Heo Kyung-hwan, and Yang Sang-guk are brought together in a dorm and tasked to live without their cellphones, television, and the internet for the next week. The cameras follow the 6 comedians closely to document their daily lives without the use of these modern conveniences. As they go through the experience they realize the impact of gadgets in the modern world.
Chang made a strong start to her career by winning the Most Valuable Player of the Year award in 1989. In 1996 she stated that she had no intention of getting married or retiring in the near future. After the 1996 Summer Olympics, she stepped down from the national team, but continued to play at the club level. She married national cycling team member Lee Kyung-hwan in April 1997. Though initially concerned about her ability to balance married life and the demands of volleyball, she returned to the national team again in 1998. She retired in 2002, and later became a coach for GS Caltex.
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.
For the loser's battle, Major A is renamed Minor A, and Minor A is renamed Minor B. Minor A (Nayeon, Chaeryeong, Mina, and Jungyeon) performed Lee Hyori’s “U-Go-Girl” while Minor B (Chaeyoung, Jiwon, and Momo) chose Park Jin-young’s “Swing Baby.” Although JYP praised the performances of both groups, he and the audience both chose Minor A’s performance as the winner (although the final decision was only based on the audience’s vote). This placed Chaeyoung, Jiwon, and Momo in danger of elimination. In the end, Momo was eliminated because JYP felt that her flaws (being able to dance but not sing) were more obvious than Jiwon and Chaeyoung's during the stage. The Major lineup is asked by JYP to dance with him in an upcoming performance. While practicing with them, JYP gives the girls many tips about the dance and how to be successful dancers and performers. After the performance, the girls are taken to "Variety Camp," where the girls get a lesson in variety show charms from MCs Shin Bong-sun and Huh Kyung-hwan. In the previews for the next episode, it is revealed that the next elimination will be based on votes from the contestants themselves.