Synonyms for ryul or Related words with ryul

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Examples of "ryul"
- Lee Byung-ryul (Poet, Author of 『Attraction』)
Ji Sang-Ryul was the first member to leave the show after seven episodes (three trips) due to filming commitments for MBC's drama "Yi San". After Ji Sang-Ryul left, Kim Young-Chul and Koyote's Shin Ji were special guests for the next couple of episodes before Kim C joined the cast in the next episode (episode 13). A year later, Ji Sang-Ryul appeared as a guest on the show's 70th episode. Ji Sang-Ryul brought a guest along with him on this episode, which was the dog Sangdon, Sanggeun's son. Ji Sang-Ryul's subtitle color was green and purple in the Yesan episode.
Han Sang-ryul (born November 25, 1953) is the former Commissioner of the National Tax Service.
Kim Jong Ryul spent around 20 years fulfilling the wishlists of North Korea's nomenklatura by purchasing and smuggling expensive goods into North Korea. Such items included silk wallpaper, gold-plated handguns, and luxury vehicles. He spent much time operating out of Vienna, Austria. Kim Jong Ryul served as a translator for a group of North Korean chefs instructed to "learn everything" about Austrian cuisine. Kim Jong Ryul and a group of engineers were also assigned to duplicate a Mercedes-Benz 200.
In 2010, Kim Jong Ryul came out to share his experiences as a "shopper" for the North Korean elite after sixteen years of hiding in Austria. Although criticizing Kim Jong-il might endanger his life and his family, Kim Jong Ryul told the Associated Press, "Without this book, I didn't want to die. Now I can die with a clear conscience."
Yoo Ok-ryul (born 1 March 1973) is a Korean former gymnast who competed in the 1992 Summer Olympics.
Sanggeun (Korean: 상근이; born as Herbie, Korean: 허비; April 16, 2004 - April 11, 2014) was a South Korean dog actor. When Sanggeun first made his appearance on TV show "2 Days & 1 Night", he was named "Sanggeun" by Ji Sang-ryul. Ji Sang-ryul adopted Sangdon, Sanggeun's son. Sanggeun died on April 11, 2014, five days before his 10th birthday.
Despite being involved in a scandal surrounding Taegwang Industries, the Supreme Prosecutors' Office of the Republic of Korea did not pressure a formal investigation against Han Sang-Ryul.
Park Se-yoon was born on October 16, 1989 in Seoul, South Korea. His father is the painter Hang-Ryul Park.
of the UPP), Kim Hong-ryul (the Kyunggi provincial chairman of the UPP), Kim Keun-rae(a Kyunggi provincial vice chairman of the UPP),
3. "Runaway" (Talchulgi). Made in 1984. A story set in the 1920s in the Japanese colonial period. Protagonist Song-ryul and his wife (played by Choi Eun-hee) live in poverty. The family moves to the Gando area of Manchuria looking for a better life, but their suffering persists. Song-ryul joins the ranks of the Kim Il-sung group and once he is with the guerrillas, he blows up a Japanese army train.
Lee Jong-hwa, Chun Chang-hee, Park Chul-woo, Lim Si-hyoung, You Kwang-woo, Moon Sung-min, Hwang Dong-il, Kang Young-jun, Shin Yung-suk, Park Sung-ryul, Hong Jung-pyo, Kim Dong-kun
Jun Kwang-ryul (; born February 11, 1960) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for his roles in the television series "Hur Jun","Jumong" and "King of Baking, Kim Takgu".
"1 Night 2 Days" premiered with cast members Kang Ho-dong, Lee Soo-geun, Kim Jong-min, Eun Jiwon, Noh Hong-chul, Ji Sang-ryul, and Sanggeun the dog mascot on August 5, 2007.
Ground was broken for "Yuhan Technical Junior College" in late 1977, and classes began the following year. The first president was Chong Ryul Sohn. In 1979 it became Yuhan Technical College. In 1998 the current English name "Yuhan College" was adopted. The Korean name "Yuhan Daehakgyo" was adopted in 2011.
Madam Oh Moon-seon tells Lord Jung Do-woong that she will plant black cow hid on East Gate Market Brokers' transport vessel. She wants Lord Jung to make sure that Man-deok's father, Kim Eung-ryul, inspects the vessel and finds the contraband.
From his inspiration of Traditional Korean motives, Hang-Ryul drew his first painting of a girl wearing Hanbok. He realized that there was no artist who drew Hanbok. There were some drawings of men wearing Korean Traditional overcoat but not skirts and Jacket. Since then, he continued to draw a girl wearing Hanbok especially the rainbow colored ones. That became his signature.
In 2012, the Korean drama "Hur Jun" reportedly attained a viewership of over 90% in the Kurdistan region of Iraq. Its lead actor Jun Kwang-ryul was invited by the federal government of Iraq to visit the city of Sulaymaniyah in Kurdistan, at the special request of the country's First Lady, Hero Ibrahim Ahmed.
Sign () is 2011 South Korean television series, starring Park Shin-yang, Kim Ah-joong, Jun Kwang-ryul, Jung Gyu-woon and Uhm Ji-won. It is about the life of forensic doctors. It aired on SBS from January 6 to March 10, 2011 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
Warrior Baek Dong-soo () is a 2011 South Korean fusion historical/action television series starring Ji Chang-wook in the title role, with Yoo Seung-ho, Yoon So-yi, Shin Hyun-bin, Choi Min-soo and Jun Kwang-ryul. It aired on SBS from July 4 to October 10, 2011, on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 29 episodes.