Synonyms for seo_yeon or Related words with seo_yeon

yoon_ji              jung_woo              yeo_jin              soo_kyung              hyun_soo              ji_hye              yoon_hee              yeon_soo              yoon_jae              jung_tae              jung_gyu_woon              jung_soo              go_kyung_pyo              tae_hee              jae_hee              jung_eun              kyeong              kang_woo              yeon_joo              kim_kap_soo              ji_hoon              ryung              seo_hyun              hee_joo              ji_yeon              yoon_seo              yoo_jung              jung_hwa              hye_jung              jin_goo              ji_hyun              hwan_hee              joon_soo              eun_hye              kang_tae              sung_hoon              yoo_kyung              yoon_jung              ji_seok              ji_woo              lee_jong_hyuk              hyun_woo              shin_ae              seo_woo              eun_soo              seok_jin              kwang_soo              jae_kyung              soo_hyun              woong             

Examples of "seo_yeon"
Kim Seo-yeon competed at the Miss Universe 2015 pageant.
Min-jae wanted to dedicate the wife position to Seo-yeon, the girl who left him without a word a year ago. But because of her mother who keeps pushing him to marry a tycoon's daughter, Min-jae needs Yoo-min help to pretend his fiancee until Seo-yeon return. Yoo-min, who lied to being a 22 year old woman, decided to tell Min-jae her true age. Min-jae somehows accept her and they renew the contract of if Min-jae will fall in love to Yoo-min before Seo-yeon returns, their engagement will turn to real.
Kim Seo-yeon was born in Seoul, South Korea and is currently a Ewha Womans University student studying business administration and international relations.
Yun-hee, a South Korean writer, is under pressure by her editor to produce something of interest for her next book. She hasn’t had a book published in three years and is all too cognizant of this fact. Things look up when her old friend Seo-yeon calls from Vietnam. Seo-Yeon informs Yun-hee about a local Vietnamese folklore centered around a girl named “Mười” and her haunted portrait. It just so happens that in Yun-hee’s prior novel, she wrote a semi-autobiographical tale concerning her friends titled “Secrets & Lies”. In the book Seo-Yeon was portrayed in the most horrible manner, but Yun-hee is sure that Seo-Yeon hasn’t read the book as she has been living in Vietnam for years. Yun-hee eagerly flies to Vietnam to learn more about Muoi.
Seoul, the present day. Out of the blue, architect Lee Seung-min (Uhm Tae-woong) is approached by Yang Seo-yeon (Han Ga-in), whom he knew at college some 17 years previously, to design a new house for her on the site of her 30-year-old family home on Jeju island. Seung-min reluctantly agrees but can't come up with a design that pleases her. In the end, they decide to renovate and expand the existing house, and he and Seo-yeon spend a considerable amount of time together down in Jeju, to the growing annoyance of his fiancee Eun-chae (Go Joon-hee), with whom he is soon to be married and move to the US. As Seo-yeon cares for her dying father (Lee Seung-ho) and Seung-min learns more about what became of Seo-yeon in the intervening years, he recalls their initial meeting at college in the early 1990s.
Seo-yeon in the present day receives that very same CD player and CD from Seung-min, meaning that he actually went to the house later and remembered their promise. But despite the bitter-sweetness of their first love, in the end, Seung-min still chooses his fiancee Eun-chae and flies with her to America, while Seo-yeon sits in the house he built for her, listening to the CD.
Seung-min and Seo-yeon (Lee Je-hoon and Suzy) had lived in the same neighborhood (Jeongneung-dong, Seoul) and attended the same architecture class. He remembers her liking rich student Jae-wook (Yoo Yeon-seok), his inability to declare his attraction to her, and the times being coached by his best friend, Nab-ddeuk (Jo Jung-suk) in how to get girls. Hoping to confess his feelings to her at the perfect timing, Seung-min asks Seo-yeon to meet him at the abandoned house they frequent, on the first day that it snows that coming winter. But one night he catches Jae-wook and a drunk Seo-yeon entering her house together. Fearing the worst, he ends his friendship with Seo-yeon due to his pain of believing she had chosen Jae-wook. The first day of snow arrives, and Seo-yeon is left waiting in the abandoned house alone. Heartbroken, she leaves behind her portable CD player with a CD of her favorite artist.
Kim Seo-yeon (born May 19, 1992) is a South Korean model, beauty pageant titleholder and musician who was crowned Miss Korea 2014, and represented her country at the Miss Universe 2015 pageant.
Shim Seo-yeon (, ; born 15 April 1989) is a South Korean women's football defender, who plays for Goyang Daekyo WFC in South Korean WK-League and South Korea women's national football team.
Seo-yeon is a Korean feminine given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 38 hanja with the reading "seo" and 39 hanja with the reading "yeon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names. Seo-yeon was the most popular name for baby girls in South Korea in 2008 and 2009. In 2010 it was also the most popular new name for adult women changing their names from previous names such as those which they felt were too old-fashioned.
Park Seo-yeon is known to have been the highest earning Broadcast Jockey to date. She earned an estimated $9,300 a month from her fans' and viewers' donations in 2014. Her broadcast videos can be found on AfreecaTV and YouTube. A CNN segment featuring her drew more attention towards the Korean phenomenon of mukbang.
Basick was born on August 12, 1986 in Daegu, . He is fluent in English, having majored in marketing at the most prestigious entrepreneurship college in the United States, Babson College. Basick is married to Yoo Seo-yeon and they welcomed their first child, Lee Chaeha, in 2015.
Kim Seo-yeon was crowned Miss Korea 2014 or "Miss Universe Korea 2015″ during the Miss Korea 2014 competition held in July 15 by Miss Universe Korea 2014 Yoo Ye-bin. Together at the pageant were chosen 2 delegates for Miss Earth 2014 Shin Su-min and Miss International 2014 Lee Seo-bin.
Among the deleted scenes are a flashback scene of Seung-min and Nab-ddeuk walking side-by-side; adult Seung-min taking a drunk Seo-yeon to her hotel room; and a longer, deeper kiss between Lee Je-hoon and Suzy. The scenes ended up on the cutting room floor because the director felt they did not fit the movie's tone.
Lee Seo-yeon, a free-spirited woman, is having a secret affair with Park Ji-hyung, an architect who has a fiancée. Upon hearing that Ji-hyung's parents set the date for his wedding, Seo-yeon splits up with him. But she has no time to lament over her painful breakup, as she gets diagnosed with early on-set Alzheimer's, a very unlikely disease for a 30-year-old woman. Ji-hyung happens to learn the shocking fact, and he breaks off his engagement only two days before the wedding to return to his ex-girlfriend. Despite vehement opposition from his parents and even from Seo-yeon herself, he never gives up on her and marries her without delay. The doting husband is devoted to taking care of his ailing wife, who is losing her ability to remember. Despite her distressing condition, the couple tries to hang on to love and experience it to the end. They have a baby girl and find happiness in their married life from time to time, even though both are well aware that a tragic end awaits them.
Kim married Park Seo-yeon (who was three months pregnant at the time) on June 28, 2013 at Raum Wedding Hall in Yeoksam-dong, Seoul. The couple were childhood friends who began dating in October 2012. Park is the daughter of the head of an advertising agency, and she works in management at a modeling agency. Their son, nicknamed "Heaven," was born in December 2013.
In 1980, one name containing this element, Ji-yeon, was the 7th-most popular name for newborn girls in South Korea. In the 2000s and 2010s, another name containing this element, Seo-yeon, became the most popular name for newborn girls in South Korea, as well as a common name for adult women name changing their names once name changes began to be allowed in 2000.
These are professional stock gamblers who win the house by reading everyone else's cards. They opt for new scientific technology, the cream of the crop for stock scams. Park's chaebol company invests heavily in a friend's new environmental research and Seo-yeon has one of her clients buy the company's shares. They have a famous broadcaster hype public attention while Bryan creates the illusion of foreign investment, and the cash starts flowing in from blind "ants."
As Jang continues to train him, Dal-ho gradually begins to see the beauty of trot, thanks to the help of his colleagues, especially Cha Seo-yeon, an attractive trot singer with a strong passion for music but little talent. Dal-ho realizes that what's important is not which genre he chooses but whether he sings with all his heart. But he also undergoes an identity crisis, wondering if he would remain a star without the mask.
Aside from newborns being given newly popular names, many adults change their names as well, some in order to cast off birth names they feel are old-fashioned. Between 2000 and 2010, a total of 844,615 people (about 1 in every 60 South Koreans) applied to change their names; 730,277 were approved. In 2010, 552 men changed their name to Min-jun, and 1,401 women changed their name to Seo-yeon.