Synonyms for seung_hyun or Related words with seung_hyun

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Examples of "seung_hyun"
Lee Seung-hyun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Lee and the given name Seung-hyun, and may also refer to:
Ji Seung-hyun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Ji and the given name Seung-hyun, and may also refer to:
Kim Seung-hyun () is a Korean name consisting of the family name Kim and the given name Seung-hyun, and may also refer to:
In 2009 Song Seung-hyun appeared on SBS's variety show program Idol Maknae Rebellion ("아이돌 막내반란시대").
On September 2014, Top model Kang Seung-hyun signed a contract with YGKPlus.
Ji Seung-Hyun (born 7 January 1979) is a Korean handball player who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Choi Seung-hyun, also known as Shawn Choi, is a South Korean music director and film score composer. Choi is also the founder of PSALM Music Production.
Nearly all the music cues that are composed by Shim Hyeon-jeong, Lee Ji-soo and Choi Seung-hyun are titled after films, many of them film noirs.
Lee Seung-Hyun (; born July 25, 1985) is a South Korea football player who since 2016 has been playing for Suwon FC.
On 11 January 2011, Lee was transferred to Busan I'Park with Lim Sang-Hyub in exchange with Jeong Shung-Hoon and Lee Seung-Hyun.
Prior to his involvement with YG Entertainment, Choi was an underground rapper under the name of Tempo, and a childhood friend of G-Dragon, another member and leader of Big Bang. G-Dragon stated that the two were "neighborhood friend[s] from middle school" and would often dance and rap together. Although G-Dragon later moved away and the two "became distant", he contacted Seung-hyun again when YG Entertainment was scouting for candidates to create a boy band. The pair recorded several demos and sent them to Yang Hyun-suk, CEO of YG Entertainment, who later asked Seung-hyun to audition. Seung-hyun was initially rejected by the record label, which deemed him too "chubby" to fit the "idealistic version" of an idol. Seung-hyun later stated that he "went home and exercised really hard because I wanted to join YG Entertainment." Six months later, he returned for another audition and was signed on. He reportedly lost 20 kg in 40 days.
In Sept.8, 2014, Qi married Korean-American actor Lee Seung-hyun in Las Vegas. Their baby daughter named Lucky was born on Jan.16, 2015.
Jeong Seung-hyun (; born 3 April 1994) is a South Korean footballer who plays as defender for Ulsan Hyundai in K League Classic.
Kim Seung-Hyun (; born 18 August 1979) is a South Korea retired football player, having previously played for Gwangju Sangmu, Busan I'Park, and the Chunnam Dragons.
Lee Seung-hyun (), born April 16, 1992, is a South Korean professional basketball player. He currently plays for the Goyang Orions of the Korean Basketball League.
Kim Yu-bin (Sung Yu-ri) is a fun-loving, affable sandwich shop delivery girl who has been harboring a crush on the recipient of her first delivery, Cha Seung-hyun (Kim Nam-jin). Seung-hyun, a well pedigreed and recognized manager of Any Electronics, stands in stark contrast to Choi Gun-hee (Cha Tae-hyun), a spoiled heir skipping out on school in the United States unbeknownst to his father.
The show is set in a hospital that houses both Western and Eastern medicine traditions. Seung-hyun and Doo-hyun are brothers and geniuses—Doo-hyun is a neurosurgeon, while Seung-hyun is the Oriental medicine specialist. The two, along with each their own friends and teams, will compete ferociously with each other because of their different views on medicine, but also come together to help save patients’ lives.
After an unsuccessful stint as secretary for Seung-hyun, Yu-bin finally gets to work her dream job as a tour guide in Bali, only it's alongside her unwanted acquaintance, Gun-hee. When Seung-hyun and Hae-mi travel there to shoot a commercial for a new Any Electronics product launch, strong feelings of attachment and rivalry surface. Meanwhile, a 30-year-old but unforgotten past between Gun-hee's father and Seung-hyun's mother complicates matters.
Jump Up is the first EP by South Korean band F.T. Island, released on February 11, 2009. A music video was shot for the title track, "Bad Woman", already with the band's new guitarist, Song Seung-hyun.
In 2012, Kang Hyeong-cheol signed on to direct the sequel, and casting was finalized in late 2013, with Choi Seung-hyun as lead character Ham Dae-gil, the nephew of Goni, the protagonist in "Tazza: The High Rollers".