Synonyms for seo_ji or Related words with seo_ji

jung_hye              seo_hyun              kyeong              yoon_ji              sung_hoon              ji_hye              choi_soo              choi_eun              kang_tae              hee_jung              baek_ji              choi_jae              seo_jin              yoon_jung              jae_hee              ki_tae              hyo              yoon_jae              seol              choi_yoon              seo_yeon              seo_eun              yoon_seo              ryung              yoon_hee              hye              chae              gong_hyung_jin              jung_hae              kim_tae              seop              jung_gyu_woon              jang_soo              yoon_hye              geun              lee_seung              lee_yeon_hee              choi_seung              hyun_jin              hee_joo              jung_jae              kim_hye              yoo_hye              shin_jae              soo_kyung              deok              soo_hyun              gyu              kim_myung              eun             



Examples of "seo_ji"
Seo Ji-yeon ( or ; born March 3, 1993) is a South Korean fencer.
Seo Ji-hee (born April 4, 1998) is a South Korean actress.
Seo Ji-soo (born 21 May 1985) is a former professional "StarCraft" player from South Korea who played under the alias ToSsGirL (Terran, STX Soul) and referred to as the "Queen of Terran". On, July 17, 2012, Seo Ji-soo officially retired from progaming and she is now running a cybermall called 'tossgirl'.
The group's breakup was attributed to the inability of the female singers to work together. This was largely due to Seo Ji-young bullying Lee Ji-hye to the point that the company was forced to disband the group. Lee Ji-hye was badly bullied by Seo Ji-young who had the other members bully Lee Ji-Hye as well. After the breakup, a greatest hits album was released on January 24, 2003.
Lee Kang-suk (Seo Ji-seok), the illegitimate son of a wealthy family and president of a record label, begins pursuing Jin-jin, while suicidal ex-ballet dancer Jung Yoon-seo (So Yi-hyun) catches Dong-ah's eye.
Seo Ji-soo (Hangul: 서지수) was born on in Incheon, South Korea. Prior to joining the group, she was first known through her imitation of animal sounds on tvN's "Korea's Got Talent".
Ice Girl (; lit. "That Girl Returned") is a 2005 South Korean television series starring Kim Hyo-jin, Kim Joo-seung, Kim Nam-jin and Seo Ji-hye. It aired on KBS2 from June 27 to August 16, 2005 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.
Over the Rainbow () is a 2006 South Korean television series starring Ji Hyun-woo, Seo Ji-hye, Hwanhee and Kim Ok-bin. It aired on MBC from July 26 to September 14, 2006 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.
Manny () is a 2011 South Korean romantic comedy television series, starring Seo Ji-seok, Choi Jung-yoon, Byun Jung-soo, Jung Da-bin and Goo Seung-hyun. It aired on tvN from April 13 to June 2, 2011 for 16 episodes.
Tossgirl was first introduced to Starcraft by her father in 1999, and she and her sister Seo Ji Seung "ZergGirl" both started to play avidly. Her continued practise has been attributed to her wanting to compete and win against her sister, and after accomplishing this, Tossgirl switched races from Protoss to Terran.
Kim Su-ro, The Iron King () is a 2010 South Korean television series on the life of Suro of Geumgwan Gaya, starring Ji Sung, Bae Jong-ok, Yu Oh-seong, Seo Ji-hye, Go Joo-won, Kang Byul and Lee Pil-mo. It aired on MBC from May 29 to September 18, 2010 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 for 32 episodes.
Punch () is a 2014–2015 South Korean television series starring Kim Rae-won, Kim Ah-joong, Cho Jae-hyun, Seo Ji-hye and On Joo-wan. It aired on SBS from 15 December 2014 to 17 February 2015 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 19 episodes.
Seo Ji-seok (; sometimes romanised as Suh Ji-suk; born 9 September 1981) is a South Korean actor. He is known for his role of Park Yoon-hoo in the 167-episode KBS-1 TV daily drama "Pure in Heart", a.k.a. "Pure 19", broadcast from 22 May 2006 to 12 January 2007.
Give Love Away ( lit. "Will You Love and Give it Away?"; also known as A Little Love Never Hurts) is a South Korean weekend television drama series starring Hong Soo-hyun, Lee Sang-yeob, Shin Da-eun and Seo Ji-seok. It aired on MBC from September 28, 2013 to March 30, 2014 on Saturdays and Sundays at 20:40 for 50 episodes.
Song and Seo Ji-hye played a married couple in melodrama "A Lone Tree" (the Korean title "Tree that Sleeps Standing" speaks to the theme of a person's desire to stay next to and support a loved one), then he had a supporting role in "A Reason to Live", a contemplative film on grief and forgiveness starring Song Hye-kyo.
Seon-yoo then meets Seo Ji-seok, an immature man from a rich family whose sister Ji-hee is married to Tae-jung. Ji-seok is at risk of losing the inherited family business to Tae-jung and Ji-hee, since Ji-seok's mother is the family patriarch's second wife.
Seo Ji-hye (; born August 24, 1984) is a South Korean actress. After first attracting attention in the horror film "Voice", Seo has since starred in numerous television dramas, notably "Shin Don" (2005), "Over the Rainbow" (2006), "I Love You" (2008), "Chunja's Happy Events" (2008), "49 Days" (2011), and "The Moon and Stars for You" (2012).
Daring Women () is a 2010 South Korean television series starring Lee Yoo-ri, Lee Chang-hoon, Seo Ji-young, and Lee Joong-moon. The morning soap opera aired on SBS on Mondays to Fridays at 8:40 a.m. from March 2 to July 30, 2010 for 105 episodes.
Kim Bong-hoe began his career as a fashion model at the 2007 Seoul Fashion Week and for jeans brand Evisu in 2008. He made his acting debut in the queer coming-of-age film "Just Friends?" in 2009 under the stage name Seo Ji-hoo. His management agency later changed his stage name to Yeon Woo-jin.
Instead, Ahn focused on the small screen, appearing in over 10 television series from the late 1990s and throughout the 2000s. Among these were "Goodbye My Love" with Kim Hee-sun, "Oh Pil-seung and Bong Soon-young" (also known as "Oh Feel Young") with Chae Rim, and "I Love You" (also known as "Saranghae") with Seo Ji-hye.