Synonyms for yeo_jin or Related words with yeo_jin

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Examples of "yeo_jin"
Choi Yeo-jin (born July 27, 1983) is a South Korean-Canadian model-turned actress.
Yeo-jin and Jae-yeong are two teenage girls who are trying to earn money for a trip to Europe. To reach this end, Jae-yeong is prostituting herself while Yeo-jin acts as her pimp, setting her up with the clients and staying on guard for the police. Things take a turn for the worse when Yeo-jin gets distracted from her duty and the police raid the motel where Jae-yeong is meeting with a client. To avoid getting caught, Jae-yeong jumps out of a window, fatally injuring herself.
In 2014, Yoon starred opposite Yeo Jin-goo in the film "Mr. Perfect", where he plays a professional golfer who loses everything but later becomes a golf coach.
Yeo-jin is a Korean feminine given name. Its meaning differs based on the hanja used to write each syllable of the name.
A 12-episode South Korean live-action drama based on the series began airing on KBS2 on May 15, 2015. Starred by Yeo Jin-goo as Jae-min, Kim Seolhyun as Ma-ri and Lee Jong-hyun as Si-hoo.
Circle () is an upcoming South Korean television series starring Yeo Jin-goo and Kim Kang-woo. It is scheduled to air on cable network tvN every Mondays and Tuesdays at 23:00 (KST) in May.
In 2009, Kim married his girlfriend of 19 years, Jeon Yeo-jin; the two have known each other since they were teenagers. Jeon has a doctorate in Engineering and teaches at Pukyong National University. The couple currently reside in Busan with their two children, Kim Ji-hoo and Kim Si-hyun.
Orange Marmalade () is a 2015 South Korean television series based on the webtoon of the same name which was serialized on Naver from 2011 to 2013. Starring Yeo Jin-goo, Kim Seolhyun, Lee Jong-hyun and Gil Eun-hye, it aired on KBS2 from May 15 to July 24, 2015 on Fridays at 22:35 for 12 episodes.
Baek Ma-ri (Kim Seolhyun) is a socially withdrawn teenage girl hiding her vampire identity. Driven away from several neighborhoods, she is eager to settle down in her new city and live quietly. But things change when she accidentally kisses the neck of Jung Jae-min (Yeo Jin-goo) the most popular boy at her high school.
Jackpot (), also known as The Royal Gambler, is a South Korean historical drama starring Jang Keun-suk, Yeo Jin-goo, Jun Kwang-ryul, Choi Min-soo, Yoon Jin-seo and Lim Ji-yeon. It replaced "Six Flying Dragons" and aired on SBS on Mondays and Tuesdays at 22:00 (KST) from March 28, 2016 to June 14, 2016 for 24 episodes.
On June 2, 2008, Jang tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Kim Yeo-jin. The couple had been together since 2002; she was his Pilates instructor. His close friends singer Kim Jong-kook and actor Cha Tae-hyun participated in the wedding ceremony.
On the Way to the Airport () is a South Korean television series starring Kim Ha-neul, Lee Sang-yoon, Shin Sung-rok, Choi Yeo-jin and Jang Hee-jin, about married individuals who meet by fate and become more involved in each other's lives. It aired every Wednesday and Thursday on KBS2 at 22:00 KST for 16 episodes.
A June 2012 news report listed the results of a poll by Panelnow, which asked about 20,000 people, "Who is the socialtainer that best represents Korea?" Thiry percent of the respondents voted for male broadcaster Kim Je-dong, followed by male singer Kim Jang-hoon, actress Lee Hyori, and actress Kim Yeo-jin.
The Lover () is a 2015 South Korean television series starring Oh Jung-se, Ryu Hyun-kyung, Jung Joon-young, Choi Yeo-jin, Park Jong-hwan, Ha Eun-seol, Takuya Terada and Lee Jae-joon. It aired on Mnet from April 2 to June 25, 2015 on Thursdays at 23:00 for 12 episodes.
Choi Yeo-jin was born in Korea, but after her parents divorced, they emigrated to Canada when she was in the first year of middle school. She dreamed of becoming a ballerina, but had to give that up after her family went through some financial difficulties.
Incarnation of Money () is a 2013 South Korean television series about greed, ambition, and love. Starring Kang Ji-hwan, Hwang Jung-eum, Park Sang-min, Choi Yeo-jin, Oh Yoon-ah and Kim Soo-mi, it aired on SBS from February 2 to April 21, 2013 on Saturdays and Sundays at 22:00 for 24 episodes.
For the rest of its duration, the movie follows the father and daughter on a short trip to the countryside, where they both sense something is wrong with the other, but are unable to confront each other directly. In the end, the law catches up with the father, who hopes to have done enough to prepare Yeo-jin for her life without him.
Kim Yeo-jin (born 17 July 1979) is a South Korean women's international footballer who plays as a defender. She is a member of the South Korea women's national football team. She was part of the team at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup. On club level she plays for INI Steel in South Korea.
Shoot Me in the Heart () is a South Korean film directed by Mun Che-yong, and starring Lee Min-ki and Yeo Jin-goo. It is based on the bestselling novel of the same name by Jeong Yu-jeong, which won the Segye Literature Award in 2009.
Jang, Jung, and Yoo also worked together on the less successful "Incarnation of Money" (2013), which starred Kang Ji-hwan, Hwang Jung-eum, Park Sang-min, Choi Yeo-jin, Oh Yoon-ah and Kim Soo-mi, and focused on the greed and corruption in Korean society involving prosecutors, lobbyists and loan sharks.