Synonyms for yoo_jae or Related words with yoo_jae

jung_yong              choi_jong              lee_kwang              woong              yoon_jong              yoon_jung              choi_hyun              kim_myung              ahn_jae              kim_dae              hyun_woo              yeol              geun              kim_seong              lee_seung              kim_kwang              yeom_dong              sung_hoon              kang_tae              deuk              jung_hae              ryong              kim_yeong              byung              choi_eun              jang_jae              choi_yong              ji_seok              choi_jae              seop              taek              kim_hyun              keun              jung_yoon              pyung              byeong              ryul              jeong_jae              beom              choi_seung              cho_jae              jae_hoon              jung_hyun              jinkim              kim_tae              kim_gwang              jong_soo              gyu              kim_hyo              seo_kyung             

Examples of "yoo_jae"
Yoo Jae-ha (; June 6, 1962 – November 11, 1987) was a South Korean singer and songwriter.
Yoo Jae-myung (born June 3, 1973) is a South Korean actor.
"Yoo Jae-suk and Fullness of the Heart" (Korean: 유재석과 감개무량) was the predecessor of "Infinite Challenge".
Unfortunately, the new format did not prove to be popular and was cancelled following the Spring Program Restructuring of 2007. It was replaced by "Haja! Go!" (하자!고), which was also hosted by Yoo Jae-suk, with Kang Ho-dong moving to KBS's "Happy Sunday". "X-man" became the last program South Korea's top MCs Yoo Jae-suk and Kang Ho-dong worked together.
The "Running Man Hunter" series originated from episode 52, where Choi Min-soo was featured as a guest and was tasked to eliminate all the members. He was later betrayed by Yoo Jae-suk in episode 53. During that race, Yoo Jae-suk agreed to work together with Choi Min-soo to place name tags on the other team's back first, before turning on each other. However, Yoo Jae-suk quickly placed Choi Min-soo's name tag on his back, eliminating him from the race. Choi Min-soo announced that he will return in a few months for revenge with what he calls, "Grasshopper Hunting". He eventually returned in episode 69 as the "Running Man Hunter", where the other members are tied up to a chair and confined in rooms in the landmark. Yoo Jae-suk was given four name tags and must save the six members and to find the way to escape together before Choi Min-soo eliminates him four times. However, the way Choi Min-soo approached this caused great fear for Yoo Jae-suk. Choi Min-soo succeeded and Yoo Jae-suk proclaimed that the score was 1:1, one for eliminating him in episode 53 and one for being eliminated in episode 69. Choi Min-soo returned a year later in episode 118 to finish off his rivalry with the grasshopper. Once again, he ferociously eliminated the other six members and provides Yoo Jae-suk a chance to face off with him for the final time: If Yoo manages to find all 6 pieces of his nametag placed in the location where the members were eliminated, he wins. Although Yoo Jae-suk nearly eliminated Choi twice, the Hunter once again succeeds, marking an end to the "Running Man Hunter" series. At the end of the episode, Choi Min-soo hinted at a possible return to the "Running Man Hunter" series in the future.
Son appeared on two episodes 109 and 110 of SBS's variety show "Running Man" hosted by the "Nation's MC" Yoo Jae-suk together with swimmer Park Tae-hwan.
Yoo Jae-hoon (Hangul: 유재훈; born 7 July 1983) is a South Korean footballer who plays for Persipura Jayapura in the Indonesia Super League.
Yoo Jae-yong () (born June 6, 1936) is a South Korean novelist, known for his faithfulness to traditional forms and emphasis on steadfast characters.
The Yoo-mes Bond series is famous for its protagonist, Yoo Jae-suk as Yoo-mes Bond, who is known to use a water gun to eliminate his foes to complete his mission. This series features Yoo Jae-suk against the other "Running Man" members, who do not know Yoo Jae-suk's identity or mission. In episode 38, during the "Find The Guests" mission, there was no guest and Yoo Jae-suk was given the mission to secretly eliminate the other members by spraying their name tag with a water gun. This was the first time Yoo-mes Bond appeared as a character. A year later, Yoo-mes Bond returned for his first anniversary in episode 91, where he faces the members once again. All members were arrested for various crimes they have committed. Yoo Jae-suk was given the opportunity of a pardon, where he must re-imprison the rest of the escaped members by spraying their name tags before they can escape the building. If he is successful in re-imprisoning the other members, he will be free to leave while the other members continue to serve time. In Episode 140, it marked the second anniversary of Yoo-mes Bond, where he was framed for spreading the "anger virus" and infecting his fellow members. He must find that person impersonating him and eliminate them to retrieve the vaccine. At the end of both episodes (91 & 140), the words "Yoo-mes Bond Never Die" appeared, hinting at future episodes in the series.
Members Kim Seung-hyung, Kim Seung-hwan, and Jeong Ho-young left Apeace on April 23 to fulfill their mandatory military service. They were replaced by Yun Jun-sik, Kim Doo-hee, and Yoo Jae-deok (J.D), respectively.
Yoo Jae-hak (born 20 March 1963) is a South Korean basketball coach for Ulsan Mobis Phoebus and Korean national team, which participated at the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup.
In 2016, Yoo Jae-suk collaborated with EXO for SM Station single named "Dancing King", which is also a collaboration for "Infinite Challenge". He performed with them at EXO's EXO Planet #3 - EXO'rDIUM concert in Bangkok.
Ji Suk-jin is most well known as a cast member in the variety show "Running Man" together with Yoo Jae-suk, Kim Jong-kook, Gary, Haha, Song Ji-hyo, and Lee Kwang-soo.
The crews held two internet polls, first based on their preference of members' pledges and then after the first episode of "Decision 2014" specials aired (May 3, 2014). About 10,000 people participated on the polls. Yoo Jae-suk won the first internet poll with 29%, but lost it to Noh Hong-chul with 44% of votes on the second poll. The result of the second poll alarmed the rest of members who worried that their personal secrets would be revealed if Noh Hong-chul win the actual election. Haha and Jeong Jun-ha then dropped out their nominations and supported Jeong Hyeong-don instead. Park Myeong-su who was running for blocking Yoo Jae-suk's effort on the election ironically supported his former rival, making the actual election was participated by three candidates only (Jeong Hyeong-don, Yoo Jae-suk, and Noh Hong-chul).
On "Infinite Challenge", Park Myeong-su is "the second-in-command" (2인자), putting him below the host-in-chief Yoo Jae-suk, who is "the first-in-command" (1인자). He also called "Rice Insect" (벼멸구), a rival nickname for Yoo Jae-suk's famous "Grasshopper". Myeong-su's jokes about how he will overthrow Yoo Jae-suk as leader and being the first-in-command himself was an early running gag on the program. He also claimed that his nickname should be "Big Star" (거성/巨星 "Geoseong"). He sometimes tries to make use of his seniority by lecturing the other members on various matters, such as becoming a star; however, they rarely take him seriously.
In the first season of the program, the main host was Kim Je-dong, with team leaders Kang Ho-dong and Yoo Jae-suk of Kang and Yoo Team respectively. Beginning with Season 2, Yoo Jae-suk replaced Kim Je-dong as main host, with Kim Je-dong becoming the leader of Kim Team (Yoo Team in Season 2). During this early stages of the program, popular games which became staples of the show were "Team! Horse Riding", "Tongue Twisters Relay", and "Fly! Fryingpan" with the biggest hit "Of Course!" created in May 2004.
The winner of "Infinite Challenge's Decision 2014" is decided by combining the spot polls and the online votes by 50:50 percentage. Yoo Jae-suk won the election by defeating Noh Hong-chul with 45,310 marginal votes or 8.29% of the combined votes.
I Am a Man (), also known as "Yoo Jae-suk's I am a Man", is a South Korean talk show. Its initial (pilot episode) aired on 7 April 2014. The show's regular broadcast started on 8 August 2014, and ended on 19 December 2014.
Doosan once again got multiple runners on base in the 8th, but failed to score as Sk outfielder Cho Dong-hwa made an amazing catch against Hong Sung-heon. Once again reliever Lee Seung-ho saved the team, striking out Yoo Jae-woong. This performance earned Lee the MVP nomination, but he did not win.
In 2010, Gary joined "Running Man" as a co-host, an urban variety show, along with 6 other original cast members, including Yoo Jae-suk, Haha, Ji Suk-jin, Kim Jong-kook, Lee Kwang-soo and Song Joong-ki while the only female member, Song Ji-hyo, joined the cast a few episodes afterward.