Synonyms for pyung or Related words with pyung

ryeol              hwakim              gyung              kyong              myeong              deuk              gyeong              kyoung              hyeok              ryeon              deok              woong              beom              ryong              pyong              jinlee              hyong              gyu              jiwon              kyeong              okkim              poong              heepark              seop              ryul              yeop              nyeo              shik              byul              chulpark              hyeong              jungkim              jinkim              gwang              myong              yeong              sookim              heon              heelee              yook              sunkim              byeong              kyoo              keum              hyon              hyang              kwang              eunkim              jinpark              byung             

Examples of "pyung"
Pyung Ahn forms: pyung ahn cho dan, pyung ahn ee dan, pyung ahn sam dan, pyung ahn sa dan, pyong ahn oh dan.
Lee Pyung-kang moved to Gangwon Province, far away from Seoul as a teen due to her father's occupation. Thanks to him, a renowned golf course designer, Pyung-kang was able to fully understand every detail of golf course planning while growing up. Her father, however, unfortunately met with an untimely death before completing his ambitious work. Frustrated, Pyung-kang tried to support the family, but the harsh reality didn't allow her and the rest of the family to live a comfortable life.
Kim Pyung-seok (; born 29 September 1958) is retired football player and manager.
Ever since they met, On-dal and Pyung-kang have been on bad terms with each other, but together they join forces to save the resort. As Pyung-kang whips On-dal into shape, thus taming the spoiled heir, they bicker their way to friendship and romance.
Chough Pyung-ok (also Cho Pyung-ok or Cho Byeong-ok; 1894 – 1960) was a South Korean politician. He ran against incumbent president Syngman Rhee in the 1960 presidential election but died on February 15, one month before the election on March 15. Rhee received 90% of the vote.
Head coach: Cha Bum-kun (fired after two matches, replaced by Kim Pyung-seok for the final match)
Young Pyung Sa (YPS) International Zenn Center and
Homever operated 36 hypermarkets with a combined sales area of approximately 112,366 pyung which translates to 371,458 sqm.
The Pyung Ahn hyung can be represented by the tortoise. The tortoise is well balanced, calm, and peaceful (pyung) and it carries its "home" on its back in the form of its shell. These forms are meant as a means of defense and should promote security (ahn). Also like the tortoise, they are meant to inspire longevity through both balance and security.
Defence: Cho Young-Jeung (Lucky-Goldstar Hwangso), Kim Pyung-Seok, Choi Kang-Hee (both Hyundai Horang-i), Park No-Bong (Daewoo Royals)
Meanwhile, Pyung-Sub (Jung Jin-Young) works at the same nuclear power plant. He is worried about the conditions there, but nobody in the government listens to him.
On November 16, 2009, he participated in the original soundtrack of "천하무적 이평강" (""Invincible Lee Pyung Kang"") with the song "천하무적 이평강" (""Breath"").
Lee Keun-ho played for Boo-Pyung High School as a teenager, lifting three trophies with Kim Seung-Yong, now playing for Gamba Osaka.
The Abraham Park Kenneth Vine Collection, also known as the Pyung Kang Biblical Archaeology Museum is a privately owned museum established by Rev.
Kim Tae-pyung is the guardian of three (later, four) children, none of which are his own. Abandoned himself as a child, Tae-pyung took on the role of parent at the age of seventeen when his newborn niece was orphaned, unwilling to see her sent to an orphanage. Since then, he has taken on responsibility for three other children, the children of friends unable to care for them. Shouldering such responsibility at a young age, Tae-pyung was unable to complete his education and makes a living being a domestic cleaner and housekeeper, providing for his charges through hard work and scrimping and saving. Although his prospects of finding love are repeatedly dashed by those unwilling to take on his children, Tae-pyung continues to hope of finding someone who will love him for who he is and appreciate a man doing his duty by his family.
Kim Pyung-Rae (Hangul: 김평래; 9 November 1987) is a South Korean football midfielder, who has currently plays for Jeonnam Dragons in K League Classic.
Go Pyung-joong (Jeon In-taek), Eun-sung's father, was struggling to save his company from going bankrupt. One day, his wallet and valuables were stolen by a thief who subsequently died in a gas explosion accident. The police, upon finding Pyung-joong’s belongings on the thief, mistakenly identified the thief as him and a death certificate for Pyung-joong was promptly issued. He decided to lie low and not tell his family that he was alive so that his family could claim his life insurance money and use it to clear the debts. However his second wife, Baek Sung-hee (Kim Mi-sook), kicked her stepchildren, Eun-sung and Eun-woo, out of the house after collecting the insurance money and moved into a new home with her daughter, Yoo Seung-mi (Moon Chae-won). Seung-mi was also Hwan's longtime best friend, hoping to be something more.
The Pyung Ahn series was adopted from Okinawan and Japanese karate, where they are called Pinan/Heian and are the creation of Yasutsune Itosu, who also was one of Funakoshi´s teachers.
Specifically, they are known to have conspired to destroy the Hye-hwa branch of Korea Telecom Corporation, the Internet Data Center in Bundang, and the Pyung-taek distribution base.
Invincible Lee Pyung Kang (), also known as Taming of the Heir, is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Nam Sang-mi and Ji Hyun-woo. In a modern retelling of the classic Korean folktale "Princess Pyeonggang and the Fool Ondal" in which a princess helps her timid husband transform into an outstanding general during the Three Kingdoms era, Lee Pyung-kang is a golf course planner who "tames" Woo On-dal, the prodigal son of a rich man. It aired on KBS2 from November 9 to December 29, 2009 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.