Synonyms for min_hyuk or Related words with min_hyuk

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Examples of "min_hyuk"
Kim Min-hyeok, Kim Min-hyuk or Kim Min-hyŏk may refer to:
Ko Min-hyuk (; born 10 February 1996) is a South Korean football midfielder who plays for Seoul E-Land.
In 2010, Lee made his acting debut in the omnibus film "Acoustic" alongside fellow member Kang Min-hyuk.
In 2016, Min-Hyuk released "Penguin of Galactic Railload" with Yunomi and Nicamoq, one of the original members of BPM15Q.
In 2010, Min-hyuk starred as Jimi Hendrix in a four episode South Korean Drama Special, Rock, Rock, Rock.
On 25 October 2009, Kang Min-Hyuk made his professional career total 100 appearances in a 0-0 draw away against Chunnam Dragons.
Minhyuk (Hangul: 민혁), was born Lee Min-hyuk (Hangul: 이민혁) on in South Korea. He is one of the group's sub vocalist.
Kang Min-hyuk (; born on June 28, 1991) is a South Korean musician, singer-songwriter, and actor. He is the drummer of South Korean rock band CNBLUE.
In April, it was announced that Jung Yong-hwa and Kang Min-hyuk were cast in the MBC drama "Heartstrings", which started airing on June 29. Yong-hwa sang three of the OSTs in "Heartstrings", titled "You've Fallen for Me", "Because I Miss You" (composed by himself), and "Comfort Song", while Min-hyuk sang one OST titled "Star". They first performed the songs in their "BLUESTORM" concert on September 17 at the Olympic Hall, Seoul.
Min-hyuk (Choi Minho), an antisocial genius hacker, has played with computers as if they were toys since he was a little boy. He grows up learning hacking skills from his father, a terminally ill computer genius who runs an illegal gambling den to provide for his family's future. After his dad dies, Min-hyuk is adopted abroad. He immerses himself in computers and develops social phobia. When he turns 20, he returns to Korea and begins searching for X, who drove his father to his death. Following clues from his memories, he finds the Salamander Guru fortune-telling house and meets Seon-dal and Won-sam. To find the Salamander Guru who knows X's secrets, Min-hyuk has no choice but to help the fake gurus. With his brains and excellent hacking skills, Min-hyuk controls Seon-dal behind a mirror and finds codes his dad left by recalling his childhood memories one by one. Min-hyuk, who keeps his social phobia a secret, gradually opens himself up while living with Seon-dal and Won-sam.
In 2011, Jung was cast in MBC's youth drama "Heartstrings", along with fellow band member Kang Min-hyuk. The drama also reunited Jung with "You're Beautiful" co-star Park Shin-hye.
Kang Min-Hyuk (; born 10 July 1982) is a South Korean football defender who currently plays for Gyeongnam FC in the K-League. His previous clubs are Seongnam Ilhwa, Gyeongnam FC, Gwangju Sangmu and Jeju United.
In December 2015, Min-Hyuk released his debut single "City in My Eyes" with Jh-Anu, Koo Read on Tasty. As of February 2017, the music video has gained over 670,000 views on YouTube.
That same year, Min-Hyuk released his follow-up single, "Makuramoto Ni Ghost" with Yunomi on Maltine Records. and received over 300k plays on SoundCloud as of February 2017.
The same year, Kang Min-hyuk and Lee Jong-hyun made their acting debut in the omnibus film "Acoustic". They released a song for the movie's OST on October 7, entitled "High Fly".
In 2010, Kang Min-hyuk began his acting career in an omnibus film "Acoustic" alongside his fellow CNBLUE member Lee Jong-hyun. He then received another role in the SBS drama "It's Okay, Daddy's Girl".
In March 2016, Hyeri was hospitalised after being diagnosed with meningitis due to busy schedules and lack of rest. Later that month, she was cast as the lead in the SBS drama "Entertainer" along with actor Ji Sung and CNBLUE member Kang Min-hyuk, which began airing on April 20 and for which she won "New Star Award" at 2016 SBS Drama Awards.
On 30 April 2014, the band released videos of the tour on their official YouTube channel, with footage by individual band members. The videos are entitled "CNBLUE BLUE MOON World Tour CAM in Malaysia (Min Hyuk)","CNBLUE BLUE MOON World Tour CAM in Guangzhou (Yong Hwa)",
Min-hyuk is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 27 hanja with the reading "min" and nine hanja with the reading "hyuk" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
This is a list of awards and nominations received by South Korean rock pop band CNBLUE. The band debuted in 2009 in Japan and 2010 in South Korea with four members: Jung Yong-hwa, Lee Jong-hyun, Kang Min-hyuk and Lee Jung-shin, under FNC Entertainment.