Synonyms for sungjong or Related words with sungjong

sungyeol              woohyun              sungkyu              dongwoo              lovelyz              apink              btob              dongho              jyj              mblaq              junsu              hyunseung              fiestar              davichi              jaekyung              minhyuk              sistar              hyolyn              shinhwa              leejoon              kangta              jaejoong              shownu              jimin              taeyang              jonghyun              eunji              kyuhyun              hyuna              ilhoon              ailee              yesung              heechul              yoseob              yoojin              eunkwang              chanyeol              hayoung              ryeowook              dasom              kwanghee              muzie              sohee              jiae              shinee              puretty              seohyun              jaehyun              seunghee              jiyoung             

Examples of "sungjong"
Sungjong was first introduced as a vocalist of the boy band Infinite in 2010. His first appearance as a member was during Infinite's pre-debut reality show "You Are My Oppa". The group officially debuted on June 9, 2010.
In 996 (14th year of King Sungjong), this region was named as the Gangnam province, and the Korean government established the 4 states (Jeonju-Jeonju area, Yeongju-Gobu area, Sunju-Sunchang area and Maju-Okgu area) in North Jeolla region.
It was announced in 2014 that Sungjong received a diagnosis for hip imbalance, scoliosis and straight neck. He received 3D biomechanics prescription rehabilitation exercise treatment from Gangnam Choice Hospital.
Infinite F (; stylized as INFINITE F) is the second sub-group of South Korean boy group Infinite formed by Woollim Entertainment in 2014. The sub-group consists of Infinite vocalists: Sungyeol, L and Sungjong. The sub-group made their simultaneous Japanese and Korean debuts with the single albums "Koi no Sign" and "Azure".
Sungkyu made his debut as the leader and main vocalist of South Korean boyband Infinite in 2010. The group official debuted in June 9, 2010. In the same years, he was playing the guitar in Epik High's music video "Run" along with fellow members Woohyun, Sungyeol, L, and Sungjong.
Lee Sung-jong (Hangul: 이성종; hanja: 李成種; born September 3, 1993), commonly known as Sungjong, is a South Korean singer. He is the vocalist of the South Korean boy band Infinite under Woollim Entertainment. He is also the vocalist of Infinite F.
In 2014, He was cast in the KBS2 drama Hi! School-Love On alongside fellow Infinite member Nam Woo-hyun and rising child actress Kim Sae-ron. The 20 episode drama aired once a week on Fridays at 20:55KST from July 11 to December 19, 2014.Sungyeol fellow with L and Sungjong was release soundtrack for the drama titled "My Heart is Beating".
Infinite (), stylized as INFINITE, is a South Korean boy band formed in 2010 by Woollim Entertainment. The group consists of Sungkyu, Dongwoo, Woohyun, Hoya, Sungyeol, L, and Sungjong. Their first full album, "Over The Top", was released in July 2011. Their mini-album "New Challenge" released in March 2013 sold over 160,000 copies in South Korea alone and was one of the best-selling albums of 2013. Their second full album, "Season 2", was released in May 2014.
Infinite F was officially announced during the One Great Step Returns encore concert and consists of members Sungyeol, L, and Sungjong. There, they performed the song "My Heart is Beating". The unit released their first song "I'm Going Crazy" in Infinite's 2nd album, "Season 2". On November 19, 2014, they made their official debut in Japan with their album, "Koi No Sign" and debuted in Korea with the single album, "Azure" on the 2nd of December, 2014.
Sungyeol fellow Infinite member L and Sungjong was formed a subgroup called Infinite F and was official announced during One Great Step Returns encore concert. They also performed their song "My Heart is Beating" from Hi! School-Love On soundtrack They made the first official release song titled "Going Crazy" was included on Infinite's 2nd album "Season 2". They made official debuted in Japan with released debut single album "Koi No Sign" on November 19, 2014, following in Korea with released debut single album, "Azure" on December 2, 2014.
While DJ Tukutz was conscribed, Epik High's seventh studio album "Epilogue" was released under Woollim Entertainment on March 9, 2010 to chart success. The album was released under Woollim Entertainment. The music video for its title track, "Run", featured several members of the Woollim-signed boy band Infinite prior to their debut: L as the video's protagonist, Sunggyu as guitarist, Woohyun as bassist, and Sungjong as keyboardist. Infinite's Hoya and Dongwoo also served as backup dancers during promotions of the single on various music shows.
L was announced to be joining the subgroup Infinite F, together with his bandmates Sungyeol and Sungjong. The subgroup was officially announced during Infinite's "One Great Step Returns" encore concert. They also performed their song "My Heart is Beating" from the soundtrack of "Hi! School-Love On", which starred Sungyeol and Woohyun as the main leads. The subgroup has previously had their official release titled "Going Crazy", which was included on Infinite's 2nd album "Season 2". They officially debuted in Japan with the single album "Koi No Sign" on November 19, 2014, followed by another single album release, "Azure" on December 2, 2014. Infinite F made their official stage debut on MBC's "Music Core" on December 5.
Promotions of the song "The Chaser" on TV music shows started in May 17, on Mnet's show "M! Countdown". They are also promoting the song on the shows "Music Bank", "Music Core", "Inkigayo" and "Show Champion". The song "Only Tears" was used for the comeback week performances. In the performances, member L (Myungsoo) played a guitar and member Sungjong played a piano. At the date, the song won seven music show awards, three awards (also known as "Triple Crown") on "M! Countdown": on May 31, on June 7, and on June 14, one on KBS' "Music Bank" on June 1, two mutizens on SBS' "Inkigayo": on June 2 and June 10, and one on MBC Music's "Show Champion" on June 5. The last performance of the song was on KBS' "Music Bank - Half-Year Special", on June 29, 2012, in a special stage along with the group Teen Top. At this same day, the group started performing the song "In the Summer" on the TV shows. It was performed on the shows "Music Bank", "Music Core" and "Inkigayo" during June 29 until July 1. All promotions of the songs and the EP ended in July 1, on SBS' "Inkigayo." The song was chosen as the No. 1 K-pop song of 2012 in "Billboard" and "Billboard Korea"'s Top 20 Best K-Pop Songs of 2012.