Synonyms for seol or Related words with seol

ryong              yeong              heon              deuk              woong              seop              cheon              hyeok              kyoung              hyeon              byun              gyu              seong              kwang              myeong              deok              byung              byeon              jinlee              heepark              keun              pyung              maeng              beom              kyong              keum              jinkim              hwakim              joo              kyeong              baek              chae              ryeol              jungkim              yook              nyeo              yeom              ryeon              shik              cheol              sook              gyung              chul              hyung              hyang              sookim              byul              yeob              yeop              myong             



Examples of "seol"
(맑을 설 "malgeul seol") is less common of the two Seol names.
Seol Chong is sometimes regarded as the progenitor of the Gyeongju Seol lineage. However, opinions on this differ, since the Seol family name is found as far back as the foundation of Silla.
subordinates to catch Seol-hee, but she is able to run away. That same night, Seol-hee learns how her father, Poong-cheon died. Wallso tells her that there are two enemies that Seol-hee is destined to vanquish: Yoo-baek, and Wallso herself. Shocked and desperate, Seol-hee leaves home: the beginning of a long journey of revenge.
Yoo-baek realizes that Seol-hee's skill with the sword is similar to Seol-rang's, whom he had once loved. Yoo-baek orders his
Seol-song was described by a North Korean defector as "intelligent" and "beautiful"; Seol-song had hair down to her waist and is 1.65 metres (5 ft 5 in) tall (considered tall for a North Korean woman).
(맑은대쑥 설 "malgeundaessuk seol") is more common of the two names.
On 24 January 2012, Seol joined Incheon United after refusing a contract extension with Ulsan.
2. Art&Physical Education Building (Seol Dong-geun-gwan (previous Yeji-gwan))
According to a Korean intelligence official, Seol-song was a student in Paris, in the autumn of 2005.
Recently ex-Master Monk of Kirimsa (Kirim Temple), Seol Jeog-un constructed a road while simultaneously renovating the Golgulsa Temple.
He played in 1999 FIFA World Youth Championship with Seol Ki-hyeon, Lee Dong-gook. And he scored against Mali.
"Seol-song" literally means "snow pine", and the name was reportedly given by her grandfather, Kim Il-sung.
Seol Ki-Hyeon or Seol Ki-Hyun (; ; born 8 January 1979 in Jeongseon, Gangwon) is a former South Korean professional footballer who currently is the interim manager of Sungkyunkwan University. He is also the first South Korean footballer to score in the history of the UEFA Champions League, during his time at RSC Anderlecht.
There are several Korean clans that are descended from such intermarriages. For example, the Deoksu Jang clan, claiming some 30,000 Korean members, views Jang Sunnyong, a Central Asian who married a Korean female, as their ancestor. Another clan, Gyeongju Seol, claiming at least 2,000 members in Korea, view a Central Asian (probably an Uyghur) named Seol Son as their ancestor.
The same is true of the descendants of another Central Asian who settled down in Korea. A Central Asian named Seol Son fled to Korea when the Red Turban Rebellion erupted near the end of the Mongol’s Yuan dynasty. He, too, married a Korean, originating a lineage called the Gyeongju Seol that claims at least 2,000 members in Korea.
The same is true of the descendants of another Central Asian who settled down in Korea. A Central Asian named Seol Son fled to Korea when the Red Turban Rebellion erupted near the end of the Mongol’s Yuan dynasty. He, too, married a Korean, originating a lineage called the Gyeongju Seol that claims at least 2,000 members in Korea.
In 2004, Seol moved to England, joining Championship club Wolverhampton Wanderers. He made over 30 appearances by the end of the 2004–05 season, scoring a few goals too. The Wolverhampton coach at the time, Glenn Hoddle, preferred Seol as one of his first-choice strikers, using him in a wide, supporting role to the main strikers.
Seol plays for South Korea internationally. He played in his first World Cup in front of his home crowd, South Korea being co-hosts with Japan for the 2002 finals. Seol was a key member of the South Korea squad during the tournament, memorably scoring the equalising goal against Italy in the knock-out stages.
Seol was voted by Reading fans as the official Player of the Month for August and September 2006. Seol played in all three of the Royals' Premiership games in August when he helped to create three of the four goals scored.
Room 510: Park Hwan-jong and Ha Seol-eun are in their twenties and have just moved in together. Seol-eun wants her boyfriend to believe that she's the perfect embodiment of femininity, and works tirelessly to keep up the illusion.