Origin : Korean,
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Additional information Gyeong:
Means "respect" from Sino-Korean 敬.
Songs about Gyeong:
Beethoven: Romance No.2 In F Major Op.50 (Violin By Kim Hyo Gyeong) by Gwon Sun Hwon from the Album Essential Beethoven
Dal-Ja (feat. Soo Gyeong) by Nakta Choi from the Album Ul-Eum-Thang
Elgar: Salut D'amour (Nodame Cantabile, Violin By Kim Hyo Gyeong) by Gwon Sun Hwon from the Album Pianimation
Elgar: Salut D'amuor (Violin: Kim Hyo Gyeong) by Gwon Sun Hwon from the Album Piano Collection
He Said (feat. Kim Min Hyeok, Baek Gyeong Min, Da Hae) by EarBooth from the Album He Said
Hun-Gyeong by Kenji Arai from the Album I wish forever
On the way to Gyeong-po-dae by Mudskipper from the Album Mudskipper in Korea Part I
Books about Gyeong:
Gyeong: Webster's Timeline History, 924 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)
Jensi maeg Kensey gaein & peopeu leul peullei hal su-issneun mulyo ui gyeong-u (Korean Edition) by Z.Z. Rox Orpo (Aug 25, 2014)
Gyeong, Jong - Min of Life White Paper (Korean edition) (2006)
New Technologies in Vlbi: Proceedings of a Symposium of the International Vlbi Service for Geodesy and Astrometry...
The heart love Yang Mi-gyeong (2008) ISBN: 4048946595 [Japanese Import] (0010)
Considering slavery political forces research Gyeong Korean Studies series (18) (Korean edition) (2003)
Korea medieval consecration research Gyeong Korean Studies series (23) (Korean edition) (2003)
Movies about Gyeong:
Global Treasures GYEONG JU - South Korea 2009 NR CC - Runtime: 11 mins Directed by: Global Television
Global Treasures GYEONG JU - South Korea 2009 Unrated - Runtime: 10 mins
Antarctic journal Song Gang-Ho, Yu Ji-Tae, Kim Gyeong-Ik, Im Pil-Seong -
Wiki information Gyeong:
Gyeongju is a coastal city in the far southeastern corner of North Gyeongsang Province in South Korea. It is the second largest city by area in the province after Andong, covering 1,324 km² with a population of 264,091 people Gyeongju is 370 km...
Gyeongbokgung, also known as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Gyeongbok Palace, is a royal palace located in northern Seoul, South Korea. First constructed in 1395, later burned and abandoned for almost three centuries, and then reconstructed in 1867, it was...