Synonyms for yoo_seung or Related words with yoo_seung

yoon_jung              jung_yong              lee_myung              kim_myung              choi_eun              jae_wook              yoon_ji              kyung_joo              ji_seok              kang_tae              jung_hae              kyung_hwan              sung_hoon              seo_hyun              yoon_jong              soo_kyung              kim_seong              hee_joo              lee_seung              jung_yoon              ahn_jae              jeong_hee              eun_hee              beom              jang_soo              woong              kyeong              yoo_jung              jin_sook              kim_byeong              jung_hwa              kim_kap_soo              kang_joon              ryeol              ryeong              hyun_seok              jae_duk              seo_yoon              jung_tae              seung_woo              seop              seung_jae              jung_hee              choi_byung              jung_gyu_woon              seok_jin              lee_jong_hyuk              yoon_jae              kang_hee              kim_hye_ok             



Examples of "yoo_seung"
Gong Seung-yeon (born Yoo Seung-yeon, February 27, 1993) is a South Korean actress.
Yoo Seung-Gwan, Ko Jeong-Woon, Baek Jong-Chul, Kim Yong-Se, Kim I-Ju,
Yoo Seung-ho - "The Way Home" - Paramount Classics (South Korea)
These are a collection of Yoo Seung-jun's wins on Korea's televised music shows.
Park Jong-Dae, Yoo Seung-Gwan, Ko Jeong-Woon, Park Sang-Rok
Greenie/Chorok Head/Green-Top/Willy "Voiced by": Han Shin-jeong & Yoo Seung-ho (Korean), Bryn McAuley & Toby Proctor (English)
In 2011, Kim controversially attended the wedding of Yoo Seung-jun (Steven Yoo) in person, who is banned from re-entering South Korea after evading military service.
The first single to be released under "Jelly Box" was "Summer Night’s Picnic" () by Park Yoon-ha and Yoo Seung-woo and was released on June 8, 2016.
On June 8, 2016, Park participated in Jellyfish Entertainment’s new music channel project "Jelly Box" and released the single "Summer Night’s Picnic" () with Yoo Seung-woo.
4th Period Mystery (), released internationally as The Clue, is a 2009 South Korean thriller film starring Yoo Seung-ho and Kang So-ra.
Homo Academicus () is a South Korean documentary television program broadcast by Korean Broadcasting System (KBS). It is narrated by Yoo Seung-ho, and hosted by Lilli Margolin, Scott Yim, Jenny Martin, and Bryan Kauder.
In 2007, prior to releasing his 7th album, Rebirth of YSJ, Yoo Seung-jun showed interest in working with EXP, whom expressed his interest in making music in China.
2nd Moon, Coheed and Cambria, Commonground, Foals, fun., Guckkasten, Hurts, Idiotape, Moodsalon, Nine Inch Nails, Peppertones. Priscilla Ahn, Romantic Punch, Shaun(from The Koxx) & Born Kim, Steve Vai, TOKiMONSTA, Yoo Seung-woo.
Kim Seondal (Yoo Seung-Ho) is a genius swindler, possessing an alluring appearance and boldness. He works with Bo-Won (Ko Chang-Seok), Female Buddhist Yoon (Ra Mi-Ran) and Gyeon (Kim Min-seok). The swindler team is famous nationwide.
Yoo Seong-min (유승민, born January 7, 1958), also spelled as Yoo Seung-min, is a South Korean economist and politician. He is the son of late Daegu court chief attorney and parliament member Yoo Soo-ho.
Yoo Seung-jun, also known as Steve Yoo, is a former Korean American pop star and one of the biggest selling artists in Korean history, selling over 5 million records in the country. Yoo Seung-jun's career in South Korea ended in 2002 due to controversies around his mandatory military service. He was known for his high-energy dancing style, rapping, and singing ability. He is also known to be the first high-profile Korean person to have committed draft dodging in Korean history.
Yoo Seung-ho (; born 17 August 1993) is a South Korean actor who rose to fame as a child actor in the film "The Way Home" (2002). After his two-year mandatory military service, he headlined the legal drama "" (2015) and historical films "The Magician" (2015) and "" (2016). In 2017, he will star in the melodrama "".
Imaginary Cat (Hangul 상상고양이 Revised Romanization: Sangsanggoyangi) is an 8-episode South Korean television drama starring Yoo Seung-ho that runs from November 24, 2015 - January 12, 2016. Directed by Lee Hyun Joo and the writer is Kim Gyung (original comic) under the network MBC every1
Warrior Baek Dong-soo () is a 2011 South Korean fusion historical/action television series starring Ji Chang-wook in the title role, with Yoo Seung-ho, Yoon So-yi, Shin Hyun-bin, Choi Min-soo and Jun Kwang-ryul. It aired on SBS from July 4 to October 10, 2011, on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 29 episodes.
Master of Study (; lit. "God of Study", "Lord of Study") is a South Korean television series that aired on KBS2 from January 4 to February 23, 2010 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. It starred Kim Su-ro, Bae Doona, Oh Yoon-ah, Yoo Seung-ho, Go Ah-sung, Lee Hyun-woo, Park Ji-yeon,