Synonyms for seok_jin or Related words with seok_jin

yeo_jin              ryeong              kang_tae              yoon_ji              sung_hoon              ji_seok              seo_hyun              tae_woong              jung_tae              yoon_jung              jung_soo              yeon_soo              beom              eun_hye              jung_hae              hye_sook              woong              seo_yeon              jung_joon              yoo_seung              go_kyung_pyo              seol              choi_eun              soo_kyung              jung_hye              yeol              seo_jin              jung_hyun              yoon_jae              jung_yong              jung_hwa              ryeol              kyung_hwan              kyeong              tae_kyung              gyu              jung_hee              min_hyuk              yoo_jung              hee_joo              jang_soo              ryung              seo_woo              seung_ho              ji_hyun              jung_kyung_ho              hyun_woo              ahn_jae              jung_woo              dong_hoon             



Examples of "seok_jin"
The music video for "Stay" featured Ha Seok-jin and Shin Min-hee.
The music video for "I Miss You" was for "Yeon Ga 2008", which featured Song Seung-heon, Park Yong-ha, Ha Seok-jin and more.
A two-part drama music video was released for "Sin and Punishment" and "Saldaga". The music videos starred Ha Seok-jin, Seo Jun-young, and Han Eun-jung.
Since its debut, the show has undergone many cast changes, as Lee Hyuk-jae, former anchorwoman Noh Hyun-jung (who married in mid-2006 and moved to the United States), newscaster Park Ji-yoon, Yoon Soo-yeong, Oh Jeong-yeon, and Ji Seok-jin have all left the show as of April 2009. However, Ji Seok-jin made a comeback to the show to replace Kim Je-dong, who left the show after 4 years as MC of the program.
Drinking Solo () is a South Korean drama starring Ha Seok-jin and Park Ha-sun. It airs on the cable network tvN on Mondays and Tuesdays at 23:00 (KST) for 16 episodes from September 5 to October 25, 2016.
Ji Suk-jin (correctly spelled as Jee Seok-jin; Hangul: 지석진; Hanja: 池錫辰 ) is a South Korean comedian, television presenter, actor and broadcaster. He graduated from Ajou University with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration.
Ha Seok-jin (born March 5, 1982 /Lunar Date is February 10) is a South Korean actor. He made his entertainment debut in 2005 as a commercial model for Korean Air.
In 1918, An Jung-sik organized the Seohwa Hyeobhoe 서화협회 (Association of Painting and Writing Artists). At his death, An was successed as president of the Association by Jo Seok-jin.
A young man, Chang-wook who fell in love with Bo-young when they met at the time of the incident, but he was feuding with her brother, Seok-jin. At that time, Na-eun, a woman who loved to Seok-jin, was arrested by soldiers dam made the decision to team up against the army, but Seok-jin was shot dead by soldiers. A few days later, Chang-wook wants Gwangju citizens free. Together with the citizens of Gwangju, he marched in front of a soldier holding a lot of people. Finally, many people who were shot dead, including Chang-wook. This drama video tells of grief to those involved in the incident.
Hello! Miss (; also known as Hello! My Lady) is a 2007 South Korean television series starring Lee Da-hae, Lee Ji-hoon, Ha Seok-jin and Yeon Mi-joo. Based on Lee Ji-wan's novel "Five Kimchi Mandu", the series aired on KBS2 from March 19 to May 8, 2007 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes.
Legendary Witches () is a 2014 South Korean television series starring Han Ji-hye, Ha Seok-jin, Go Doo-shim, Oh Hyun-kyung and Ha Yeon-soo. It aired on MBC from October 25, 2014 to March 8, 2015 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:45 for 40 episodes. It reached a peak viewership rating of 31.4% on its 29th episode.
If Tomorrow Comes () is a South Korean television series starring Seo Woo, Go Doo-shim, and Ha Seok-jin. A drama about the love and conflict between a mother and daughter, it aired on SBS from October 29, 2011 to April 22, 2012 on Saturdays and Sundays at 20:40 for 51 episodes.
South Korean senior scholar, Daesan Kim Seok-jin (Korean Hangul: ), expressed the significance of Thousand Character Classic by contrasting the Western "concrete science" and the Asian "metaphysics" and "origin-oriented thinking" in which "it is the collected poems of nature of cosmos and reasons behind human life".
Radiant Office () is a 2017 South Korean television series starring Go Ah-sung and Ha Seok-jin. The series is written by a rookie screenwriter who won the 2016 MBC TV Drama Screenplay Competition in Miniseries category. It airs on MBC every Wednesday and Thursday at 22:00 (KST) starting March 15, 2017 with 16 episodes.
Park Seok-Jin (Hangul: 박석진, Hanja: 朴石鎮) (born July 19, 1972) is a retired South Korean baseball player who played for the Lotte Giants, Samsung Lions and LG Twins of the KBO League. He was noted for his distinct sidearm delivery.
The group pre-released a single album, "Speed of Light", with title track "Sad Promise" on January 7 along with two music videos to the song, a dance version and a drama version. The dance version starred Davichi's Kang Minkyung, and the drama version starred Park Bo-young, A Pink's Naeun, Ji Chang-wook, and Ha Seok-jin.
The Great Merchant (; lit. Merchant Kim Man-deok) is a 2010 South Korean historical drama starring Lee Mi-yeon, Han Jae-suk, Park Sol-mi, Ha Seok-jin, and Go Doo-shim. It aired on KBS1 from March 6 to June 13, 2010 on Saturdays and Sundays at 20:40 for 30 episodes.
Summer Whispers () is a 2008 South Korean romance film starring Lee Young-eun and Ha Seok-jin. It is written and directed by first-time director Kim Eun-joo. Lee was nominated Best New Actress at the 46th Grand Bell Awards in 2009.
Two music videos were released for the song "슬플약속 (That's My Fault)" featuring Davichi's Kang Minkyung; a dance version and a drama version featuring Park Bo-young, A Pink's Naeun, Ji Chang-wook, and Ha Seok-jin. The part. 2 of drama version for their debut album Superior Speed by title track is "It's Over".
The series follows several subplots through to their conclusion; the relationship between Ha-sun and Ji-seok, Jin-hee's search for a stable career, the one-sided love triangle between Ji-won, Jin-hee, and Kye-sang, and Jong-seok's unrequited love for Ji-won.