Synonyms for yeob or Related words with yeob

heon              heelee              kyoung              ryeon              hyeok              yook              chulpark              pyung              ryeol              maeng              deuk              seol              jungkim              yeop              hyeong              sunkim              kyeong              kyong              jinlee              hwakim              myeong              gyu              gyung              beom              woong              okkim              ryeong              huikim              keum              jinkim              heekim              haeng              ryong              jiwon              eunkim              heepark              shik              byul              jaemin              kyoo              sookim              yeong              beomgyun              hwangbo              hyeon              gyeong              seungho              byeong              deok              keun             



Examples of "yeob"
Madame Aema 2 (애마부인 2 - "Aemabuin 2") is a 1984 South Korean film directed by Jeong In-yeob.
She is married to fellow comedian Lee Bong-won. They have two children, son Lee Sang-yeob and daughter Lee Yu-ri.
Lee Jun-Yeob (; born 21 May 1990) is a South Korean footballer who plays as midfielder for Gangneung City in Korea National League.
In 2016, He starred in "KBS 2's Moorim School" as "Yeob Jung", along with Lee Hyun Woo as Yoon Shi Woo, and Lee Hong Bin from Vixx as Wang Chi Ang.
Madame Aema 3 () is a 1985 South Korean film directed by Jeong In-yeob. It was the second sequel to "Madame Aema" (1982), and part of the longest-running film series in Korean cinema.
Guk In-yeob is the only daughter of a Joseon nobleman, and her beauty and style has her surrounded by plentiful admirers, among them Kim Eun-gi, a young scholar from an important family who's loved In-yeob since they were young. But one day In-yeob's father is branded a traitor, causing her family to be forced into ruin, and overnight the city's most popular young lady becomes a slave. In-yeob has difficulty adjusting from her pampered past to her present life as the lowly maid to her former rival. She learns to survive by her wits and befriends her fellow slaves, including Mumyeong (meaning "nameless"), a mysterious manservant who once saved her when she was still an aristocrat. Although Eun-gi remains devoted to In-yeob, her changed social status becomes an obstacle to his promising future, and meanwhile, she begins to fall for the stoic, level-headed but charismatic Mumyeong, who unbeknownst to all is a warrior on an undercover assignment regarding matters of political import.
TV Novel: Dear My Sister (; lit. "My Sister Bok-hee") is a 2011 South Korean television series starring Jang Mi-inae, Ryu Tae-joon, and Choi Chang-yeob. The morning soap opera aired on KBS2 on November 7, 2011 to May 4, 2012 from Mondays to Fridays at 09:00 for 130 episodes.
The program started again with a new season, taking both Kim Gun-mo (who was originally eliminated) and Jung Yeob (who was newly eliminated) out of the competition. Baek Ji-young withdrew, citing that the program was too competitive for her, and three new singers were introduced.
House of Bluebird () is a 2015 South Korean television series starring Lee Joon-hyuk, Chae Soo-bin, Lee Sang-yeob and Kyung Soo-jin. It aired on KBS2 from February 25 to August 9, 2015 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19.55 for 50 episodes.
Laboum released their debut EP "Petit Macaron" on August 28, 2014, following the release of their music video for title track "Pit-A-Pat" the day before. The song was written by Seo Ji-eum, known for hits such as f(x)'s "Electric Shock" and TaeTiSeo's "Twinkle", and composed by Jung Jae-yeob.
The Master of Revenge () is a 2016 South Korean television series starring Chun Jung-myung, Jo Jae-hyun, Jeong Yoo-mi, Lee Sang-yeob and Gong Seung-yeon. It aired on KBS2 from April 27, 2016 to June 30, 2016 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 20 episodes.
The single contains four tracks and the title track of the single "Oh! Dance". It was revealed that singer Jung Yeob and composer Eco Bridge are the composers for the single's title track and it was also the first time both have ever worked with a girl group.
Give Love Away ( lit. "Will You Love and Give it Away?"; also known as A Little Love Never Hurts) is a South Korean weekend television drama series starring Hong Soo-hyun, Lee Sang-yeob, Shin Da-eun and Seo Ji-seok. It aired on MBC from September 28, 2013 to March 30, 2014 on Saturdays and Sundays at 20:40 for 50 episodes.
Lee Sang-Yeob (born May 8, 1983) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for starring in the sitcom "I Live in Cheongdam-dong" (2011), the melodrama "The Innocent Man" (2012), the period drama "Jang Ok-jung, Living by Love" (2013), and the latest drama "The Master of Revenge" (2016). Lee was cast in his first leading role in the weekend drama "Give Love Away" (2013).
Haitai Tigers was third professional baseball team to be created in South Korea, next to OB Bears and MBC Chungyong, founded on January 30 of 1982 with 14 players. Kim Dong-yeob, the first manager of the team was fired after just one month, and Jo Chang-soo took over his position and led the team to 38 wins 42 losses. Due to the lack of position players, many players in the league both pitched and batted. Kim Sung-han of the Tigers set a record of ten wins and highest RBI the first year.
The year is 1928 in Gyeong-seong (modern-day Seoul), Korea. Young Kim Jun-shik (Shin Sang-yeob), his father (Chun Ho-jin) and sister Eun-soo (Jo Min-ah) work on the farm of the Hasegawa family (Shiro Sano, Kumi Nakamura) in Japanese-occupied Korea. Both Jun-shik and young Tatsuo Hasegawa (Sung Yoo-bin) are interested in running; by the time they are teenagers (Do Ji-han, Yukichi Kobayashi), they have become fierce competitors. Tatsuo's grandfather (Isao Natsuyagi) is killed in a bomb attack by a Korean freedom fighter, and subsequently a Korean runner, Sohn Kee-chung (Yoon Hee-won), wins a marathon race against Japanese competitors, further inflaming Korean-Japanese tensions.
After her debut, Hwang won the 2010 Hanguk Ilbo Literature Award and through her "Into the World of Passi" won the Shing Dong Yeob Literature award in 2013. Hwang also hosted two podcasts. One was the "Author's Room" section of the "2012 Sound of Munjang" and the other one was the “Radio Book Dabang” from January 2013 to May 2015. Her latest book "Let Me Continue" is also available as an audio book which is a service provided by ‘The Book’ (Simin Ilbo). Hwang has one work translated into English by Asia Publisher, titled "Kong’s Garden" and was one of four featured speakers at a bilingual author’s roundtable in Myeongdong Seoul on September 12, 2015
The incident resulted in a large political debate on whether Kim Hyowon's actions were just, titled the "Eulhae Dangron" ('factional strifes of 1575'). Supporters of Kim included Kim U-ong, Yu Seong-ryong, Heo Yeob, Yi San-hae, Yi Bal, Jeong Ji-yeon, Wu Seong-jeon, and Jeong Yu-gil, while major supporters of Sim were Jeong Cheol, Yun Du-su, Park Sun, Kim Kye-hwi, Gu Sa-maeng, Hong Seong-min, and Shin Heung-shi. The people who took the side of Kim became known as 'Easterners', because Kim's house was in Geoncheondong (now Inhyeon) to the east of Seoul, while the supporters of Sim, who lived in Jeongreungbang to the west of Seoul, became known as 'Westerners'. The controversy forever split the united Sarim into two opposing parties. The controversy forever split the united Sarim into two opposing parties.
Four cars are caught up in a pile-up on the Gangbyeon Expressway into Seoul one night when a young woman, Im Yeon-yi, seemingly throws herself into the traffic. In the first car are Do Ho-man (Song Young-chang), whose wife is in a coma in hospital, and his cockily brilliant student son, Ji-yong (Lee Ji-yong); in the second are a gambling-addicted husband, Kim Sang-do (Ryu Seung-ryong), his nagging wife Jang Pal-nyeo (Jang Young-nam) and their young daughter; in the third are two gangsters, Lee Do-yeob (Kim Su-ro) and Park Sang-gil (Han Jae-suk), who will "fix" anything for money; and in the last car are four members of a depression-therapy group - club president Kim Jeong-sang (Kim Byeong-ok), high-school student Kim Yeo-na (Shim Eun-kyung), French teacher Lee Sang-hoon (Lee Sang-hoon) and a mobile phone salesman (Lee Moon-soo). They are all taken to Yongsan police station to sort out what happened, and are joined by others brought in for questioning, including restaurant delivery boy Oh Cheol-ju (Ryu Deok-hwan) and a drunk, Lee Jun-sang (Im Won-hee). Everyone in the room learns that the dead woman set questions for the big-money TV program Quiz Show and that a memory stick in her bag contains the answer to the final question for next month's show. No one has ever succeeded in answering all 30 questions because of the legendary difficulty of the final one: the show's accumulated pot is currently US$10 million. They all hurriedly brush up their general knowledge to apply to take part in the show, and by the night in question the pot has climbed to US$13.5 million. What they don't realize, as the show goes to air live, is that the organizers are running their own private scam, and Lee Do-yeob has decided to "fix" things his own way.
The incident resulted in a large political debate on whether Kim Hyowon's actions were just, titled the "Eulhae Dangron" ('factional strifes of 1575'). Supporters of Kim included Kim Uong, Yu Seongryong, Heo Yeob, Yi Sanhae, Yi Bal, Jeong Jiyeon, Wu Seongjeon, and Jeong Yugil, while major supporters of Sim were Jeong Cheol, Yun Dusu, Park Sun, Kim Kyehwi, Gu Samaeng, Hong Seongmin, and Shin Heungshi. The people who took the side of Kim became known as 'Easterners', because Kim's house was in Geoncheondong (now Inhyeon) to the east of Seoul, while the supporters of Sim, who lived in Jeongreungbang to the west of Seoul, became known as 'Westerners'. The controversy forever split the united Sarim into two opposing parties.