Synonyms for yoon_jae or Related words with yoon_jae

hyun_woo              jung_woo              yoon_jung              seo_jin              soo_kyung              kyeong              hee_joo              yoon_ji              ryung              yeo_jin              seo_yeon              seol              kang_tae              jung_eun              ji_hye              seo_hyun              hyun_soo              yoon_hee              sung_hoon              ji_seok              hee_kyung              gyu              yoo_hye              geun              jung_hwa              jung_hye              choi_eun              ji_hoon              yeol              shin_ae              yeon_soo              soo_hyun              kang_joon              soo_yeon              kyung_joo              tae_woong              ji_hyun              hee_jung              yoo_jung              woong              jae_hee              seo_yoon              joon_ho              yoon_seo              go_kyung_pyo              kim_hye              ji_yeon              kim_hye_ok              jung_soo              jeong_hee             



Examples of "yoon_jae"
Choi Yoon-jae (Oh Ji-ho) ends up in a car accident causing the passenger, his wife Kyu-eun (Kim So-yeon), to go into a coma. Park Yeon-seo (Jung Ryeo-won), Kyu-eun's best friend, is secretly in love with Yoon-jae. While Kyu-eun is in a coma, Yoon-jae and Yeon-seo begin an affair.
Secret () is a 2009 South Korean thriller film directed by Yoon Jae-goo.
Gil Da-ran (Lee Min-jung) is a struggling substitute teacher trying to get her certificate. She is engaged to a kind and handsome doctor, Seo Yoon-jae (Gong Yoo); it is a fairy-tale-come-true until one month before the wedding, Yoon-jae inexplicably becomes distant. At the same time, Da-ran meets an 18-year-old transfer student from the United States, Kang Kyung-joon (Shin Won-ho), who's got an attitude towards everyone except Da-ran. Kyung-joon gets into a fateful car accident with Yoon-jae and the two of them drive over the guard rail and into the deep waters. Yoon-jae tries to save Kyung-joon but in the process, Yoon-jae ostensibly dies and Kyung-joon ends up in a coma. Kyung-joon soon wakes up finding himself in Yoon-jae's body.
Yoga (a.k.a. "Yoga Hakwon, Yoga School, Yoga Academy, Yoga Class, Yoga Institute") is a 2009 South Korean horror film directed by Yoon Jae-yeon.
On March 2017, Hongbin was cast as Yoon Jae-won in a rom-com mini drama "Wednesday 3:30 PM" on SBS Plus.
Lee Yoon-jae or Rush is a South Korean "League of Legends" player who was most recently jungler for Cloud9 in the North American LCS.
The beloved sister of Yoon Jae, the team leader of J cosmetics, and the girlfriend of Kim Tae In, and is pregnant with his child. Because of her relationship with Tae In, her brother Yoon Jae strongly disapproves. One day, Yoo Ra hits her with her car, and Yoon Hee dies. Before dying, she points to Yoo Ra, saying that she was the murderer, but everyone mistakens that she poited to Yeon Hwa, thus, making Yeon Hwa the murderer.
Yoon Jae-Young (; born February 5, 1983) is a South Korean table tennis player. He won a bronze medal with the South Korean men's team at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
Starring Kim Yunjin and Park Hae-il in the lead roles, it is the directorial debut of Yoon Jae-keun, who previously wrote "Hello, Schoolgirl" (2008). The film had a total of 1,032,942 admissions nationwide.
Park Yoon-jae (born January 14, 1981) is a South Korean actor. He is best known for starring in the television series "Indomitable Daughters-in-Law" (2011), "Your Lady" (2013), and "Shining Romance" (2013).
Perfect Proposal (; lit. Secret Temptation) is a 2015 South Korean romantic thriller film written and directed by Yoon Jae-gu, based on the novel "La Femme de paille" ("Woman of Straw") by Catherine Arley.
The fashion designers were Park Yoon-jung, Lee Joo-young, Jung Doo-young, Ji Il-keun, Lee Ji-eun, Jang Hyung-chul, Nam Yoon-jae and Kim Hong-bum.
The evil stepmother oh Yoon Jae and Yoon Hee, and the mother of Kang Wook. She was once a maid of the Ha family. One day, she sets up Joo Hye Ran, the wife of the Ha family, making it look like Hye Ran left her kids and husband for another guy. Thus, Min Ja seduces the chairman of J cosmetics and becomes his wife and Yoon Jae/Yoon Hee's stepmother. She plans for her son Kang Wook to become the president of J cosmetics. She also tries to win the trust of chairwoman Julia, who she has no idea that Julia is Hye Ran, coming back for revenge.
In 2012, Yoon, along with Apink co-member Chorong had a cameo role in the drama "Reply 1997", where she portrayed the teenage version of Moon Jeong-mi, the deceased mother of Yoon Yoon-jae. In September 2015, she was cast in KBS' 10-episode web drama "Love Profiler K" as top star Yuna, which aired in November on Naver.
The chairwoman. She is the biological mother of Yoon Jae and Yoon Hee, but was set up by Min Ja, and got into an accident. She plans to revenge on Min Ja. She also supports Yeon Hwa, and helps her with her revenge, believing that Yeon Hwa isn't the true murderer.
Shining Romance () is a South Korean daily television drama series starring Lee Jin, Park Yoon-jae and Jo An. It aired on MBC from December 23, 2013 to June 20, 2014 on Mondays to Fridays at 19:15 for 122 episodes.
Despite her painful childhood, Dan-hee grew up to be a tenacious, optimistic go-getter who dreams of becoming a world-class professional softball player. Although tormented from the memory of being humiliated by her ex-boyfriend Ha-jin, Dan-hee makes a pact with herself to move on. Her sports hero is Yoon Jae-myung.
Her Legend () is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Choi Jung-won, Kim Jeong-hoon, Son Eun-seo, and Park Yoon-jae. It aired on jTBC from August 5 to October 8, 2013 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 20:45 for 20 episodes.
Your Lady (; also known as "Your Woman") is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Lee Yoo-ri, Park Yoon-jae, Im Ho, Park Young-rin and Lee Byung-wook. The morning melodrama aired on SBS from February 18 to August 2, 2013, on Mondays to Fridays at 8:30 a.m. for 120 episodes.
Hai was replaced in the jungle by former Team Impulse jungler Yoon-Jae "Rush" Lee, and shared the role of support with former Gravity support Michael "BunnyFuFuu" Kurlyo. Hai trained BunnyFuFuu to become Cloud9's main shotcaller during the spring split.