Synonyms for seo_hyun or Related words with seo_hyun

kyeong              yoon_ji              yoon_jung              woong              ji_hyun              jung_eun              hee_jung              sung_hoon              kang_tae              ji_yeon              kim_myung              seo_ji              jung_hyun              hyo              joo_hyun              yoon_jae              jung_hwa              kim_hye              yeol              jung_hee              ji_hoon              jung_woo              ji_hye              jung_soo              hee_joo              kyung_min              jung_hye              hyun_woo              seo_yoon              ji_seok              geun              wook              sang_hoon              seop              choi_eun              hyun_soo              yoo_seung              lee_seung              kyung_joo              bong_soo              seok_jin              jung_tae              ji_woo              jung_hae              seo_yeon              kyung_ah              kyung              beom              yeong              soo_kyung             

Examples of "seo_hyun"
Seo-hyun is an ordinary housewife in her late thirties with a ten-year-old son and a successful architect husband. For Seo-hyun, life is a series of banal routines, but she is well provided with upper class comforts. Her sheltered life is suddenly threatened with the appearance of U-in, her much younger sister's attractive new fiance. U-in approaches Seo-hyun and attraction evolves into a passionate affair. Seo-hyun is aware that falling for the younger man will destroy her and her family, but she cannot help herself and the new feelings that are stirring within...
Lee has 4 children: the eldest child and the only son Lee Jae-yong and three daughters Lee Boo-jin, Lee Seo-hyun and Lee Yoon-hyung†.
In 2016, Yoo starred in the hit medical drama "Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim" alongside Han Suk-kyu and Seo Hyun-jin.
Kim and Seo-hyun rent a room and stay there for some time, spending much of their time having sex. Kim slowly starts to understand that this relationship won't work forever, and wants to split up with Seo-hyun. But he insists that he really loves her, and that he won't let her go. The two find shelter at the home of a friend of Mun-hee, Su-jin.
Let's Eat 2 () is a South Korean television series starring Yoon Doo-joon, Seo Hyun-jin and Kwon Yul. It aired on tvN from April 6, 2015 to June 2, 2015 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 23:00 for 18 episodes. This is the second season of 2013 "Let's Eat" series, with Yoon Doo-joon reprising his role as Goo Dae-young, who moves to Sejong City and befriends new neighbors and friends played by Seo Hyun-jin and Kwon Yul.
The music video for "The Baddest Female" was directed by Seo Hyun Seung. It features CL's YG Entertainment label mates G-Dragon, Taeyang from the Korean boy band Big Bang and Teddy Park.
Lee is rarely seen in public and avoids publicity. He has two younger sisters, Lee Boo-jin, Lee Seo-hyun, and was the older brother of the late Lee Yoon-hyung.
A second season titled "Let's Eat 2" aired in 2015, but only Yoon Doo-joon reprised his role as Gu Dae-young, who moves to Sejong City and befriends new neighbors played by Seo Hyun-jin and Kwon Yul.
She was survived by her parents, her older brother, Lee Jae-yong, and two older sisters, Lee Boo-jin and Lee Seo-hyun. Her parents did not attend her funeral.
Kim is arrested and has to spend a few days in prison for seduction of a minor, before she is set free and sentenced to do some hours of community service. When she is released, the press and Seo-hyun wait for her outside the prison.
In 2016, Mun appeared in the South Korean TV cable (tvN) drama "Another Oh Hae-young" with Seo Hyun-jin. The drama is currently the highest rated Monday-Tuesday drama in TvN history. At tvN10 Awards on October 9, Mun was awarded the title of "Ro-co King". Seo Hyunjin was also crowned Ro-co Queen.
Seo Hyun-jin (born February 27, 1985) is a South Korean actress and singer. She is best known for playing the lead roles in television dramas "Let's Eat 2" (2015), "Another Oh Hae-young" (2016) and "Romantic Doctor, Teacher Kim" (2016). She is the former lead vocalist of the girl group M.I.L.K.
The series is about Goo Dae-young (Yoon Doo-joon), an insurance salesman, moving to the small town Sejong from the big city Seoul. He meets a Baek Soo-ji (Seo Hyun-jin), who is his next door neighbour. They befriend each other quickly and make a contract while Soo-ji chases the love of her life, Lee Sang-woo (Kwon Yul).
The Duo () is a 2011 South Korean historical drama series, starring Chun Jung-myung, Lee Sang-yoon, Han Ji-hye and Seo Hyun-jin. It aired on MBC from February 7 to May 24, 2011 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 32 episodes.
Another Miss Oh () is a South Korean television series starring Eric Mun, Seo Hyun-jin, Jeon Hye-bin. It replaced "Pied Piper" and broadcast on cable network tvN on Mondays and Tuesdays at 23:00 (KST) for 18 episodes from May 2, 2016 to June 28, 2016.
The music video was filmed in Cheongju, On October 18, 2016. On December 6, the name of the single was revealed with writers and producers names. The song was released on December 13 at midnight KST worldwide on iTunes, alongside the music video, with Seo Hyun-Seung directing it, who previously directed "Fantastic Baby" and "Bang Bang Bang".
Here Comes Mr. Oh (; lit. "Here Comes Oh Ja-ryong" or "Oh Ja-ryong is Coming") is a 2012 South Korean television series starring Lee Jang-woo, Oh Yeon-seo, Jin Tae-hyun, and Seo Hyun-jin. The daily drama aired on MBC on Mondays to Fridays at 19:15 from November 19, 2012 to May 17, 2013 for 129 episodes.
Both versions of the music video were filmed in secret during April 2009. The music videos were released May 6, 2009, both being directed by Seo Hyun-seung. Both versions were uploaded on YG's official YouTube account on August 17, 2009. The space version has since accumulated over 29 million views. A behind the scenes video was released May 10, 2009.
Dummy Mommy () is a 2012 South Korean weekend television series starring Kim Hyun-joo, Ha Hee-ra, Ahn Seo-hyun, Kim Jeong-hoon, Kim Tae-woo, Shin Hyun-joon, Yoo In-young and Gong Hyun-joo. It aired on SBS from March 17 to May 20, 2012 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:50 for 20 episodes.
There was no video planned for 2NE1's "Try to Follow Me" but since the popularity of the song, a video was made. This video premiered March 11, 2010. It was filmed by Seo Hyun Seung (who previously shot their video for "I Don't Care") sometime in February, the girls self-choreographed their dance parts.