Synonyms for yoon_jung or Related words with yoon_jung

yoon_ji              sung_hoon              kim_myung              kang_tae              yoon_jong              jung_hyun              seo_hyun              woong              geun              yoon_jae              yoo_seung              hyun_soo              yeol              eun_kyung              soo_kyung              kim_seong              ji_hye              kyeong              jung_yoon              seol              jung_soo              jung_joon              ahn_jae              hee_joo              ji_hoon              eun_hee              jung_yong              hyun_woo              yoo_jae              yeo_jin              choi_eun              ji_seok              jung_hae              jung_hwa              lee_kwang              lee_myung              kyung_joo              choi_jong              beom              go_kyung_pyo              lee_seung              jang_soo              jung_eun              ryung              seung_ho              ji_hyun              wook              ryeong              jung_tae              hyo             



Examples of "yoon_jung"
1983: Ji-Hwan (Cho Jung-Seok) is a music teacher and he is soon to wed his girlfriend Yoon-Jung (Lim Soo-Jung). Yoon-Jung becomes involved in a case and Ji-Hwan attempts to protect her.
Yoon Jung-Chun (; 18 February 1973 - 1 September 2014) was a South Korean footballer and football coach.
Huh Yoon-jung (born 30 September 1936) is a South Korean former footballer who competed in the 1964 Summer Olympics.
Yoon Jung-soo (; born February 8, 1972) is a South Korean comedian. He is currently a cast member of the television show "With You".
Hanhee (Sarah Wolfgang),EJ (Heo Eun-jung 허은정), Keezy (Lee Da-som 이다솜), Shin Ye-eun (신예은), Yoon Jung-bin (윤정빈), and Jin (Jo Jin-hee 조진희).
"Can We Love?" tells the story of three very close friends, Yoon Jung-wan (Eugene), Kim Sun-mi (Kim Yoo-mi), and Kwon Ji-hyun (Choi Jung-yoon), who are all 39 years old. They each have their own problems.
Kim Sook (; born July 6, 1975), is a South Korean comedian. Since 2016, she is a regular cast member of "Sister's Slam Dunk" (seasons 1 and 2) and "With You" with Yoon Jung-soo
First announced in 2015, the live action version of the manga is written by Jang Yoon-jung, writer of the dramas "Misaeng", "Monstar" and "Arang and the Magistrate". The series will relocate the characters and story to modern day Seoul.
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.
Featured cellists were Yoosha (Yoon-Jung) Kim (NZ/UK), Alice Neary (UK), László Fenyö (Hungary/Germany), Wolfgang Schmidt (Germany), Li-Wei Qin (Australia/UK), and Monika Leskovar (Croatia/Germany).
Unable to continue his career in Korea following the PSV episode, Kim was recruited by compatriot Yoon Jung-Hwan to join J. League Division 2 side Sagan Tosu. Kim signed a three-year contract with Sagan Tosu.
Her mother Yoon Jung-ae got remarried to Song Byung-man, the owner of Dukchun, a brewery company. Although Bok-hee addresses her mother as "aunt" in public, people later learn that Bok-hee is Jung-ae's daughter. As a result, her stepbrother Bok-nam is sent to an orphanage, and Bok-hee leaves for Seoul.
Dear Heaven (; also known as Love in Heaven) is a South Korean television series starring Yoon Jung-hee, Lee Tae-gon, Cho Yeon-woo, Lee Soo-kyung, and Wang Bit-na. It aired on SBS from September 10, 2005 to July 2, 2006 on Saturdays and Sundays at 20:45 for 85 episodes.
After the conclusion of the reading, per Chun-hwa's last wish the women reprise their high school choreography by dancing to "Sunny" in front of Chun-hwa's funeral picture. As they celebrate, Su-ji (Yoon Jung) makes a surprise appearance. The film ends with flashbacks to their teenage selves.
Heart to Heart () is a 2015 South Korean television series starring Choi Kang-hee and Chun Jung-myung. It is directed by Lee Yoon-jung, and written by Lee Jung-ah, the writer-director duo of the famous "The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince". It aired on tvN from January 9 to March 7, 2015 on Fridays at 20:30 for 16 episodes.
Smile, Mom () is a 2010 South Korean television drama starring Lee Mi-sook, Park Won-sook, Ji Soo-won, Yoon Jung-hee, Go Eun-mi and Lee Jae-hwang. The weekend theater drama aired on SBS from November 6, 2010 to April 24, 2011 on Saturdays and Sundays at 20:50 for 50 episodes.
The music video was released on May 3, 2016. The music video narrates a different story for each member of I.O.I in which they pursue a different dream, showing their effort to achieve it.. The choreography for the song was created by Bae Yoon Jung, one of the mentors of Produce 101.
Family's Honor (; also known as Glory of the Family) is a South Korean television series starring Yoon Jung-hee, Park Si-hoo, Jeon No-min, Kim Sung-min, Shin Da-eun, Jeon Hye-jin, and Maya. It aired on SBS from October 11, 2008 to April 19, 2009 on Saturdays and Sundays at 21:55 for 54 episodes.
A live action drama adaption is in development to air in early 2017 on cable network tvN. Written by Jang Yoon-jung, writer of the dramas "Misaeng", "Monstar" and "Arang and the Magistrate". The series will relocate the characters and story to modern day Seoul.
Ojakgyo Family (; lit. Ojakgyo Brothers) is a South Korean television series starring Uee, Joo Won, Ryu Soo-young, Choi Jung-yoon, Jung Woong-in, Yeon Woo-jin, Baek Il-seob, and Kim Ja-ok. The family drama aired on KBS2 from August 6, 2011 to February 19, 2012 on Saturdays and Sundays at 19:55 for 58 episodes.