Synonyms for yoon_ji or Related words with yoon_ji

yoon_jung              sung_hoon              ji_hye              lee_yeon_hee              seo_yeon              jung_soo              seo_hyun              kang_tae              kyeong              go_kyung_pyo              yeo_jin              jung_hyun              kim_yoo_jung              jung_gyu_woon              jung_hye              lee_jong_hyuk              choi_eun              soo_kyung              jung_hwa              yoon_jae              hee_jung              jae_hee              ji_hoon              geun              ryung              ji_hyun_woo              jung_yoon              joo_hyun              seo_eun              jung_tae              jung_woo              yeol              woong              seo_ji              ji_hyun              seo_woo              shim_eun_kyung              yoo_seung              jung_hae              baek_ji              jeong_hee              ji_seok              yoon_jong              lee_beom_soo              min_hyuk              jung_hee              jang_hyun_sung              hyun_bin              beom              seol             

Examples of "yoon_ji"
Yoon Ji-min (born Yoon Ji-young on October 23, 1977) is a South Korean actress. She played Ji in the period action series "Warrior Baek Dong-soo".
Jung So-min (born Kim Yoon-ji on March 16, 1989) is a South Korean actress.
Gook-hwa accepts Yoon-hoo's proposal, but persuades Yoon-hoo to return home, feeling that they have behaved rashly. Yoon-hoo agrees to her request, but Yoon-hoo's mother still opposes the marriage. On the other hand, Chairman Park decides to trust Yoon-hoo's decision, while Yoon-ji and Gwang Man support his decision as well, as Gook-hwa has gained the acceptance of Chairman Park, Yoon-ji and Gwang-man with her modesty and kind-heartedness.
Yoon Ji-woong (Hangul: 윤지웅; born March 11, 1988 in Busan) is a South Korean relief pitcher who plays for the LG Twins of the KBO League. He bats and throws left-handed.
Yoon Ji-su ( or ; born January 24, 1993) is a South Korean fencer. She competed on her country's team in the women's team sabre event at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Cha Yoon-ji (; born December 2, 1996), better known by her stage name I, is a South Korean singer and dancer under WM Entertainment. She officially debuted on January 12, 2017 with her debut EP "I Dream".
The story details the partnership between Go Da-kyung (Kim Ah-joong), a warm-hearted rookie and Yoon Ji-hoon (Park Shin-yang), a high-tempered forensic doctor, who find themselves an unlikely pair for solving cases.
Arts professor Jung Ji-woo (Kim Sang-hyun) is searching for a nude model for a video clip that will be played at her exhibition. When Hee-jin (Seo Hyun-jin), one of her students, recommends Yoon Ji-woo (Kim Hyo-jin) for the job, the three women head to the beach to shoot the video. As they spend time together, Yoon Ji-woo begins to share pieces of her past relationship with Kang Ji-woo (Kim Kkot-bi). The film weaves the pasts and presents of the three Ji-woos and focuses on their intersecting relationship.
Ryu Yoon-ji (also "Ryu Yun-ji", ; born December 22, 1985) is a South Korean former swimmer, who specialized in sprint freestyle events. She won two bronze medals, as a member of the South Korean swimming team, in freestyle and medley relays, at the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, South Korea, and at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar.
In 2004, Hye-bin made movie debut in horror film "Dead Friend" as Eun-seo, sister of Eunjung (played by Lee Yoon-ji). January 14, she was cast in Wet Dreams 2 as Park Soo-yeon, one of the four high school girls competing for affection for their teacher.
Wang's Family () is a 2013 South Korean television series starring Oh Hyun-kyung, Lee Tae-ran, Lee Yoon-ji, Jo Sung-ha, Oh Man-seok and Han Joo-wan. It aired on KBS2 from August 31, 2013 to February 16, 2014 on Saturdays and Sundays at 7:55 p.m. for 50 episodes.
Sun teamed up with Ryu Yoon-ji, Shim Min-ji, and Kim Hyun-joo in the 4×100 m freestyle relay at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. Swimming the lead-off leg, Sun recorded a split of 56.86, but the South Koreans missed the final by two seconds outside the top 8, in a time of 3:44.84.
On December 31, 2011, "Dream High" won the following at the KBS Drama Awards: Best Supporting Actress for Lee Yoon-ji; Best New Actor and Popularity Award for Kim Soo-hyun; Best New Actress for Bae Suzy; and Best Couple Award for Kim Soo-hyun and Bae Suzy.
Youngest sister Hye-won (Lee Yoon-ji) represents women of the newer generation. She believes her career is more important than marriage. Due to pressure from her parents, Hye-won enters a contract marriage with her colleague Jae-ha (Kim Dong-wook). She then starts to discover the true meaning of love and life.
I Like You () is a 2012 South Korean television series starring Yoon Hae-young, Yoon Ji-min, Lee Jae-hwang and Park Hyuk-kwon. It aired on SBS from September 3, 2012 to February 15, 2013, on Mondays to Fridays at 8:30 a.m. for 117 episodes.
Hwang Seona (; born November 16, 1989) is a South Korean fencer. She earned a gold medal for South Korea in women's team sabre at the 2014 Asian Games along with teammates Kim Ji-yeon, Lee Ra-jin, and Yoon Ji-su. She participated in the women's sabre solo fencing event and the women's sabre team fencing event at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
Heading to the Ground (), also known as No Limit is a 2009 South Korean television series starring Yunho, Go Ara, Lee Yoon-ji and Lee Sang-yoon. It aired on MBC on Wednesdays to Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes beginning September 9, 2009.
Yoon Ji-hye (born November 10, 1979) is a South Korean actress. Yoon made her acting debut in the 1998 horror movie "Whispering Corridors". She has since starred in films such as "Possible Changes" (2004), "No Mercy for the Rude" (2006), and "", as well as the television series "Que Sera, Sera" (2007).
Dandelion Family () is a 2010 South Korean weekend family drama series starring Song Seon-mi, Maya, Lee Yoon-ji, Jung Chan, Jung Woo, Kim Dong-wook, Yoo Dong-geun and Yang Mi-kyung. It aired on MBC from January 30 to July 25, 2010 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 50 episodes.
Ex-Girlfriend Club () is a 2015 South Korean television series starring Byun Yo-han, Song Ji-hyo, Lee Yoon-ji, Jang Ji-eun and Ryu Hwayoung. It aired on tvN from May 8 to June 13, 2015 on Fridays and Saturdays at 20:30 for 12 episodes.