Synonyms for seung or Related words with seung

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Examples of "seung"
Gong Seung-yeon (born Yoo Seung-yeon, February 27, 1993) is a South Korean actress.
Seung-heon, also spelled Seung-hun, is a Korean male given name.
Noh Seung-yul (; born 29 May 1991), or Seung-yul Noh is a South Korean professional golfer.
This is director Ryoo Seung-wan's fifth collaboration with his younger brother, actor Ryoo Seung-bum. Lead actors Hwang Jung-min and Ryoo Seung-bum previously worked together in "Bloody Tie" (2006).
Seung-hee, also spelled Seung-hui, Seung-hi, or Sung-hi, is a Korean unisex given name. The meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 25 hanja with the reading "hee" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.
Ji Seung-hyun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Ji and the given name Seung-hyun, and may also refer to:
Lee Seung-hyun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Lee and the given name Seung-hyun, and may also refer to:
Founder and chancellor Rev. Seung-moo Ha of the KPTS leads the school. The honorary chancellor of the Korea Theological Seminary is Th. D. Seung-mi Lee.
Seung-jo announces to all family members that he and Ha-ni will get married once they graduate, to the excitement and happiness of their family members, especially Seung-jo's mother. Seung-jo loosens up and embraces his feelings for Ha-ni and Joon-gu is heartbroken. Seung-jo tells Hae-ra to which she pretends to be happy with his decision and tells him that she is happy that finally Seung-jo is able to know what he actually wants. Hae-ra releases her heartache through playing more than four hours of tennis in frustration while Kyung-soo (Choi Sung-gook), her crusher waits and watches her until she finishes. Seung-jo's mother announces their marriage date which is within one week. However, in the time period leading up to the wedding, arguments break out between Ha-ni and Seung-jo. But despite Seung-jo's temporary uncertainty of marriage, they marry.
Kim Seung-hyun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Kim and the given name Seung-hyun, and may also refer to:
Choi Gwi-seung (, also Choi Kui-Seung, born 13 May 1941) is a South Korean modern pentathlete. He competed at the 1964 Summer Olympics.
A 2014 South Korean remake titled "The Target" starred Ryu Seung-ryong and Lee Jin-wook in the leading roles, and was directed by Chang (Yoon Hong-seung).
Bau Jong Seung Dou/Wu Dip Seung Dou - Elbow-Guarding Knives/Butterly Double Knives (保踭雙刀/蝴蝶雙刀)
Jung Seung-hwan () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Jung and the given name Seung-hwan, and may also refer to:
As Se-ryung and Seung-yoo blissfully revel in their love, Suyang prepares to stage a coup against Kim Seung-yoo. Se-ryung stumbles on the plot too late and is foiled in her attempts to warn Seung-yoo and his family by her parents. Supported by Shin Myeon, Suyang ruthlessly murders his opponents, including Seung-yoo's father and brother. Shin Myeon, believing that Seung-yoo is dead, stops the other men from beheading him claiming he wishes to do it himself. As he is about to bury him, Shin Myeon realizes that Seung-yoo is (barely) alive and attempts to kill him but fails. He turns around and leaves, giving Seung-yoo the chance to escape with his life.
Seung-jo and Ha-ni soon graduate high school and move on to university. There, Seung-jo meets Yoon Hae-ra (Lee Si-young), the female equivalent of Baek Seung-jo. While Ha-ni's classmate Bong Joon-gu (Lee Tae-sung) still harbors, despite many incidents that have continuously broke his heart, feelings for Ha-ni. However, Seung-jo is still the one Ha-ni likes, despite the fact that he is always with Hae-ra and has stated that he lives to tease her. Hae-ra falls in love with Seung-jo and they begin working together at a restaurant, which makes Ha-ni jealous.
- Fu Hok Seung Ying Kuen ("Tiger Crane Double Shape")
The first season of "The Voice of Korea" was hosted by Kim Jin-pyo, and the four coach members were Shin Seung-hun, Baek Ji-young, Kangta and Gil of Leessang. The winner of the first season was Son Seung-yeon, who was mentored by Shin Seung-hun.
Seung-jun, also spelled Seung-joon, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 34 hanja with the reading "jun" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be registered for use in given names.
Seung-hoon, also spelled Seung-hun, is a Korean masculine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja with which it is written. There are 15 hanja with the reading "seung" and 12 hanja with the reading "hoon" on the South Korean government's official list of hanja which may be used in given names.