Synonyms for ryeo or Related words with ryeo

byul              hwakim              pyung              hyunsik              yook              yeop              hyang              ilhoon              taek              heelee              hwangbo              jinkim              kyoung              jungkim              hyeong              shik              gyu              beom              gyun              gyung              ryeong              gyeong              sungha              myeong              eunkwang              joong              eunji              chunhyang              keun              woong              chulpark              heepark              haeng              jiwon              nyeo              kyong              gwang              jinpark              deok              kyoon              jimin              kyu              hyung              ryeon              youngoh              beomgyun              sunkim              byeongcheol              jaekyung              heon             



Examples of "ryeo"
Kim Ryeo-ryeong (; born 1971) is a South Korean writer.
Han Bok-ryeo (韓福麗, May 13, 1947 - ) is a researcher of Korean royal court cuisine.
Gospel Hospital was established by Han Sang-Dong, Jeon Young Chang and Dr. Chang Kee-ryo (or Jang Gi-Ryeo) to care for refugees during the Korean War.
Two Faces of My Girlfriend () is a 2007 South Korean romantic comedy film starring Bong Tae-gyu and Jung Ryeo-won.
It is based on the bestselling novel Wandeuk by Kim Ryeo-ryeong, which has sold more than 700,000 copies since it was published in 2008.
At the beginning the world did not exist. A deity named Yul-ryeo 율려(律呂) and a goddess named Mago 마고(麻姑) appeared . Yul-ryeo then died. Mago in turn gave birth to two goddesses: Gung-hee 궁희(穹姬) and So-hee 소희(巢姬). They in turn each gave birth to two Men of Heaven 천인(天人) and two Women of Heaven 천녀(天女).
Three pastors founded the Ko-Ryeo Seminary but the Presbyterian Church refused to recognize this seminary. Founders of KoRyu Seminary and BupDong presbytery established later, in September 11, 1952 the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Korea (Kosin).
Bubble Gum () is a South Korean television series starring Lee Dong-wook, Jung Ryeo-won, Lee Jong-hyuk and Park Hee-von. It airs on tvN on Mondays and Tuesdays at 23:00 beginning 26 October 2015.
Choi Siwon filmed his first scene on September 26 with Jung Ryeo-won. He sang a solo during his character's fan meeting scene, for which he recruited his fans as extras.
Mago 마고(麻姑) decides to stay with Yul-ryeo, whose body had now become the world, and the Heavenly People ruled all living things from their heavenly fortress named Magoseong 마고성(麻姑城) in honor of the goddess.
Gang Chung is the son of Gang Ho-gyeong. Gang Chung also had three children named as I-Jegeon(이제건), Bo-Seung(보승) and Bo-Yuk(보육). Bo-Yuk had two children. Go Ryeo-Ui-Jo(고려 의조) was born between Bo-Yuk’s last daughter Sin-Ui (신의) and her Chinese husband. Go Ryeo-Ui-Jo got married with Queen Wonchang() who is the daughter of Tou En Dian Jiao Gan (頭恩坫角干) in Ping state (), China. One of their child was Wang Ryung and he was the father of Taejo, the founder of Goryeo dynasty.
Gang Chung is the son of Gang Ho-gyeong. Kang Chung also had three children named as I-Jegeon(이제건), Bo-Seung(보승) and Bo-Yuk(보육). Bo-Yuk had two children. Go Ryeo-Ui-Jo(고려 의조) was born between Bo-Yuk’s last daughter Sin-Ui (신의) and her Chinese husband. Go Ryeo-Ui-Jo got married with Queen Wonchang() who is the daughter of Tou En Dian Jiao Gan (頭恩坫角干) in Ping state (), China. One of their child was Wang Ryung and he was the father of Taejo, the founder of Goryeo dynasty.
The 2012 SBS Drama Awards () is a ceremony honoring the best performances in television on the SBS network for the year 2012. It took place on December 31, 2012, at the SBS Prism Tower in Sangam-dong, Mapo District, Seoul, and was hosted by actor Lee Dong-wook and actress Jung Ryeo-won.
Not only that, but concert sales were opened at around the same time of the album’s release, and sold out in 45 minutes. The concert was attended by the likes of rock musician Lee Juck, comedian (and actress-singer) Kim Mi-ryeo, and the CEO of Sidus FNH, Cha Seung-jae.
In 2013, she reunited with "The Host" costar Song Kang-ho in the blockbuster sci-fi thriller "Snowpiercer", Bong Joon-ho's first English-language film. Go next appeared opposite Kim Hee-ae in "Thread of Lies" (2014), a film adaptation of Kim Ryeo-ryeong's novel "Elegant Lies" about a willful girl seeking the truth behind her sister's suicide.
Hwangbo debuted in 1999 as the rapper for the group Bros. She then joined Chakra alongside Eeni, Eun, and Jung Ryeo-won in 2000. The group released 4 albums, with the last one ("Tomato") being released in 2003. Although they contributed to soundtrack albums, the group eventually split up in 2004.
Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo () is a South Korean television series based on the Chinese novel "Bu Bu Jing Xin" by Tong Hua. It aired from August 29, 2016 to November 1, 2016 on SBS every Monday and Tuesday at 22:00 (KST) for 20 episodes.
Thread of Lies (; lit. Elegant Lies) is a 2014 South Korean film based on the 2009 bestselling novel "Elegant Lies" by Kim Ryeo-ryeong. Directed by Lee Han, it starred Kim Hee-ae (in her first film in 21 years), Go Ah-sung, Kim Hyang-gi and Kim Yoo-jung.
Ja Myung Go (; also known as Princess Jamyung) is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Jung Ryeo-won, Park Min-young and Jung Kyung-ho. It aired on SBS from March 9 to July 21, 2009 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 (KST) for 39 episodes.
Yoon returned to the medical drama genre in 2013 with "Medical Top Team", about doctors at the top of their respective fields/specialties gathered together on one team. Directed by Kim Do-hoon (who previously helmed hit period drama "Moon Embracing the Sun"), it starred Kwon Sang-woo, Jung Ryeo-won, Ju Ji-hoon, Oh Yeon-seo, and Choi Minho.