Synonyms for myong or Related words with myong
Examples of "myong"
• Seoul, visiting Hankuk and
15 members were elected to the 7th Central Auditing Commission: Choe Sung-ho, Pak
-sun, Kim Kyong-nam, Hwang Chol-sik, Kim Yong-chol, Ri Yong-ik, Kim
-hun, Kye Yong-sam, Jo Jong-ho, Kye
-chol, Jang Jong-ju, Pho Hui-song, Jong Pong-sok, Choe Kwon-su and Ho Kwang-uk. The Commission soon convened and chose as its Chairman Choe Sung-ho and Vice-Chairwoman Pak
-HuiKim Kyong-HwaChoe Yong-SimSong Jong-SunRo Chol-OkHo Un-ByolJo Yun-MiRi Ye-GyongKim Yong-AeRa Un-SimRi Un-GyongKim Chung-SimYun Hyon-HiYu Jong-HuiJon
-HwaJo Yun-MiJong Pok-SimKong Hye-Ok
A Control Commission of the WPK Central Committee was elected: Hong In-bom (Chairman), Jong
-hak (First Vice-Chairman), Ri Tuk-nam (Vice-Chairman), and members Kim Yong-hwan, Kim Kum-chol, Kim Yong-son and Kim
-Hwi (born 8 May 1981) is a retired Japanese-born North Korean footballer.
-hwa (born 9 August 1993) was a female North Korean football midfielder.
After serving his term,
became a McDonald's Owner/Operator in New York City.
Cha-hyon (born 20 March 1990) is a North Korean international football player.
The following are the winners of the
Cha Son Haiku Award:
-hui (born ) was a female North Korean football goalkeeper.
-Sam (born 6 May 1974) is a North Korean football player.
Bun-nyeo, a girl in a mountain village loses her virginity to
-jun, the village vagabond. After both of her suitors die before they can wed Bun-nyeo, she moves to the city to work in a factory.
-jun persuades her to return to the village, but he is arrested for murder. As the film ends, Bun-nyeo is waiting for
Juch returned to Korea in late 2001, to serve as the President of KARP.
-suk () is a female wrestler from North Korea. She won the bronze medal the 2014 World Wrestling Championships.
-jin (; born January 9, 1988) is a South Korean football player who plays for Al-Rayyan.
-Il (; born April 25, 1986) is a North Korean footballer who plays as a defender for Amrokgang.
Later on, the
Cha Son Haiku Award was added and presented for the first time in 2007.
There are many players played for reserves including Lee Chung-Yong, Song Jin-Hyung, Ko
-Jin, Ahn Sang-Hyun.
-su (; born 1937 in Myongchon, North Hamgyong) is the chief of General Staff of the Korean People's Army.
-a (born 30 March 1972) is a South Korean sport shooter who competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Copyright © 2017