Synonyms for yoon_jong or Related words with yoon_jong

yoon_jung              woong              yoo_jae              ahn_jae              jung_yong              kang_tae              choi_seung              jung_hae              choi_eun              kim_myung              sung_hoon              ji_seok              gyung              kim_seong              yeob              lee_seung              yoon_ji              jung_hwa              seung_ho              kim_yeong              jung_hyun              kwang_soo              yoo_seung              jung_yoon              lee_kwang              shin_jae              jeong_hee              heelee              choi_jong              jae_hoon              jinkim              eun_kyung              joo_hyun              kyeong              geun              yoo_kyung              sookim              seo_hyun              byeong              yeol              kyung_joo              jang_dong              choi_hyun              jang_jae              jang_soo              kang_dae              jung_hee              yoon_tae              ji_hye              ryong             

Examples of "yoon_jong"
Yoon Jong-bin (born December 20, 1979) is a South Korean film director.
He is the only son of former Samsung Electronics vice chairman Yoon Jong-yong.
Yoon Jong-hoon (born February 15, 1984) is a South Korean actor.
The Unforgiven () is a 2005 South Korean drama film directed by Yoon Jong-bin.
Yoon Jong-shin (; born 15 October 1969 in Seoul) is a South Korean singer and songwriter.
Working with Yoon Jong-bin again, Ha played a Joseon era butcher-turned-outlaw in the period action film "".
Mystic Entertainment () is a South Korean record label and talent agency founded by singer/songwriter Yoon Jong-shin.
On 4 August, Swings teamed up with female soloist G.NA, 2AM's Seulong, and producer/singer Yoon Jong Shin to release Summer Song "Pool Party".
Yoon Jong-chan (born 1963) is a South Korean film director. He directed "Sorum" (2001), "Blue Swallow" (2005), "I Am Happy" (2009) and "My Paparotti" (2013).
Yoon Jong-Hwan (born 16 February 1973 in Gwangju, South Korea) is a South Korean former football player, and his latest career is a manager of Sagan Tosu until 7 August 2014.
Shinchireem () is a South Korean rock band. Their members consist of Yoon Jong-shin, Jo Jung-chi and Harim. Shinchireem is currently signed to Mystic Entertainment. Shinchireem released their first single, "Unknown Number" on February, 2012.
"" was Ha's third collaboration with longtime friend director Yoon Jong-bin, also starring acclaimed veteran actor Choi Min-sik. This was followed shortly by the unconventional romantic comedy "Love Fiction" opposite Gong Hyo-jin. Both were box office hits.
Yoon Jong Shin entered Yonsei University after graduating from Daewon Highschool, joining a music club named "Sochangsa" (소창사) and nurturing his dream of becoming a singer. In 1990 he made his debut as a guest singer for 015B.
In director Yoon Jong-bin's own words, the film "depicts youths living in the exotic, affluent backdrop of Gangnam and those kicking and screaming to survive in the superficial, capitalistic society."
You has also produced many albums for K-pop musicians including Lee Seung-hwan, Yoon Jong-shin, Lee Sora and Lee Moon-se. In 1997, he founded the record label Antenna Music, then known as Toy Music.
Radio Star () is a South Korean talk show hosted by Kim Gook-jin, Yoon Jong-shin, Kim Gura and Cho Kyuhyun. It airs on MBC on Wednesdays at 23:10 (KST). The first episode aired on May 30, 2007.
After the competition, Kim and Do remained in South Korea, where they continued to receive musical training, and signed a contract with Mystic89, the label of mentor Yoon Jong Shin. Togeworl released their first song in February 2012 for the soundtrack for the TVN variety show "The Romantic".
A Quiet Dream () is a 2016 South Korean drama film written and directed by Korean-Chinese filmmaker Zhang Lu and starring Han Ye-ri alongside several Korean directors playing her potential suitors, including Park Jung-bum, Yoon Jong-bin and Yang Ik-june. It made its world premiere as the opening film of the 21st Busan International Film Festival on October 6, 2016.
He did voice acting for "Leafie, A Hen into the Wild", which in 2011 became the highest grossing South Korean animated film in history. In his 2012 follow-up "", Choi played another complex, layered antihero, and the Yoon Jong-bin film was both a critical and box office hit.
In May, Seulong lent his voice for Yoon Jong Shin's "New You" as part of his monthly new single project. A ballad song titled "New You", a song about cherishing the current moment and the present love a couple may have for one another, without thinking about the past or worrying about the future.