Synonyms for nyeo or Related words with nyeo

deok              ryeon              pyung              myeong              byul              ryung              hyang              gyung              poong              deuk              beom              ryeong              seol              ryul              joong              ryong              jeok              gyu              shil              sook              haeng              gyeong              heepark              chunhyang              dokgo              sunkim              yeong              okkim              byeon              eomma              nyeon              shik              ryeol              kyeong              hyeok              yook              heelee              woong              hwakim              yeol              gwang              saeng              kyoung              daeseong              pyong              japark              sookim              younglee              abeoji              seon             

Examples of "nyeo"
Bok-nyeo, a mentally handicapped woman, supports her lazy husband by selling apples at the public marketplace. When her husband abandons her for another woman, another man who sympathizes with Bok-nyeo, kills him.
Since March 2009 Dr. Shin, Mi-nyeo has been the acting representative of Saejowi.
Bun-nyeo, a girl in a mountain village loses her virginity to Myong-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. Myong-jun persuades her to return to the village, but he is arrested for murder. As the film ends, Bun-nyeo is waiting for Myong-jun's release.
According to actress Kim Sung-Nyeo, "The history of Korean theatrical performance begins with Yoon Mun-Sik."
Faeries' Landing (선녀 강림 "Seonnyeo Ganglim") is a 1998 Japanese style "manhwa" created by You Hyun and licensed in 2004 by Tokyopop. The original title is 선녀 강림 ("Seon-nyeo Gang-lim"); 선녀 ("seon-nyeo") refers to the Korean version of a female angel.
In Episode 62 of Season 3, Noh made a song called "So-nyeo" (Hangul: 소녀, "Girl") as a tribute to his female fans.
Some of the survivors, Kang Duk-kyung, Kim Soon-duk and Lee Yong-Nyeo, preserved their personal history through their drawings as a visual archive
Oh Mong-nyeo (오몽녀) is a 1937 Korean film, the last film directed by Na Woon-gyu. It premiered at the DanSungSa theater in downtown Seoul.
She starred in the drama "My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox" as Ban Sun-nyeo from August 11, 2010 to September 30.
Room 610: Jung Young-joon and Choi Ji-nyeo are a couple that's twelve years apart in age. Ji-nyeo has the personality of a penny-pinching ajumma and basically supports her younger boyfriend in the hope that he will someday realize his dream, while Young-joon is an unemployed musician who carries around a guitar he doesn't know how to play. They've been dating for two years, living together for a year, and are quick to fight and make up.
There are no pure gender specific third-person pronouns in Korean. In translation or in creative writing in the modern Korean, the coined term 그녀 "geu-nyeo" (그 "geu", a demonstrative meaning 'that' and 녀 "nyeo", derivative of a Chinese character 女 'woman') is used to refer to a third-person female and 그 "geu" (originally a demonstrative) is used to refer to either a male third person or sometimes a neutral gender.
Go Mi Nyeo (Park Shin-hye) has lived at an orphanage with her twin brother, Go Mi Nam, since childhood after their father died. Years later, Mi-nam becomes a music idol and Mi-nyeo lives in a junior nun dorm to fulfill her dream of becoming a nun. One day, Mi-nam successfully auditions for and wins the "A.N Entertainment" vocal auditions to join the musical band A.N.Jell. However, he must leave for the United States in order to correct his botched plastic surgery. Mi-nam's manager, Ma Hoon-yi (Kim In-kwon) approaches Mi-nyeo and requests her to pose as Mi-nam for a month till he recovers. Mi-nyeo is against it at first, but eventually agrees, as a path to fame would give the twins an opportunity to find their mother. Thus, Mi-nyeo poses as her brother and joins the band A.N.Jell, where she meets its members: the arrogant Hwang Tae-kyung (Jang Keun-suk), the gentle Kang Shin-woo (Jung Yong-hwa) and the bubbly Jeremy (Lee Hong-gi).
Jae-wan then finds out that the boss of the gang whom he thought he killed, did not die. He fumes and threatens to kill Lee Joong-goo, who has been using that murder against him all this while, but does not do so. Jae-wan returns to Mo-ne feeling relieved that he is finally “clean" from his past. The next morning, Jae-wan apologizes to Roman and reports Baek Mi-nyeo to the police, much to Mo-ne's dismay. She then tells him that Mi-nyeo is his real mother. Jae-wan regrets his decision but does not blame Mo-ne as he realizes that it would have been too difficult for her to tell him the truth. Mo-ne seeks Song Chae-kyung's help in getting Baek Mi-nyeo released.
Once she is released, Mi-nyeo continues her attempts to ruin the hotel and is only stopped when Roman reveals to her that Jae-wan is her real son, Hyun-woo. A remorseful Mi-nyeo then gives Jae-wan and Mo-ne her blessings, and decides to put an end to the bitter war of the older generation by dying together with Lee Joong-goo. Jae-wan manages to save his mother but she ends up amnesia and a mental capability of a 5-year-old. Together, Jae-wan and Mo-ne takes care of Mi-nyeo and he eventually proposes to her. He promises to marry her exactly a year from then, after he manages to get Hotel Ciel back for her.
Set during the Joseon dynasty, the series details the story of Ok-nyeo (Jin Se-yeon), a girl who was born and raised in prison, and her adventures with the mysterious Yoon Tae-won (Go Soo). She later becomes an advocate for the poor and unfairly accused through the Waeji-bu, the private litigation system in Joseon.
On December 29, 2014, Dr. Shin Mi-nyeo of Saejowi and Prof. Kim Young-soo, professor at Sogang University's Political Science Department, performed nine songs from their new album, which features music focused on the emotions surrounding the division of the Korean peninsula. The songs were produced in collaboration with Seo Seung-il, a popular composer in South Korea.
Doenjang girl or Doenjang woman (hangul:된장녀) is a satirical expression used in South Korea "for their propensity to scrimp on essentials so they can over-spend on conspicuous luxuries". These girls and young women are addicted to luxury and vanity. The Hangul spelling is Doenjang Nyeo (된장녀).
The number of films produced increased during the latter part of the decade. Na Woon-gyu began making a larger number of films again with significant works like "Kanggeonneo maeul" (1935), and "Oh Mong-nyeo" (1937), before his premature death in 1937.
Ok-nyeo (옥녀) is a 1928 Korean film. The silent, black-and-white production was written, directed, and edited by Na Woon-gyu. It was the second film to be produced by Na Woon-gyu Productions, which was financed by Park Seung-pil, owner of the Danseongsa Theater in Seoul. It premiered at Park's Theater in January 1928.
Although, in recent years, the pronoun "geu-nyeo" (그녀) is slowly gaining ground as a female counterpart from the influence of translations from European languages, it is almost restricted to specific styles of written language because Korean generally uses subjectless or modifier+noun constructions.