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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kim_Seon-hoKim Seon-ho - Wikipedia

    Kim Seon-ho (Korean: 김선호; born May 8, 1986) is a South Korean actor.He began his career on stage and appeared in numerous plays before making his screen debut in 2017 with Good Manager.He rose to prominence with the television series Start-Up (2020) and gained more recognition for his main role in Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha (2021), which aired on tvN and Netflix.

  2. Xuanhanosaurus was approximately 4.5 meters (15 ft) in length, with a weight of 250 kilograms (550 lb). Xuanhanosaurus had powerful forelimbs, over 65 cm long; this, along with the retention of the fourth metacarpal in the hand, led Dong to suggest that Xuanhanosaurus might have walked on all four legs. ...

    • †X. qilixiaensis
    • †Xuanhanosaurus, Dong, 1984
  3. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Lee_JoonLee Joon - Wikipedia

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    Beginnings

    Before becoming a part of MBLAQ, Lee acted in CFs, had a small non-recurring role in the first episode of the sitcom That Person Is Coming (그분이 오신다), which aired in 2008, and began and completed filming for the 2009 film, Ninja Assassinin which he portrayed the Teenage Raizo.

    Music career

    After training under Rain and J. Tune Entertainment, Lee became a member of South Korean quintet boyband MBLAQ, serving as a vocalist and main dancer. The group debuted on October 9, 2009 at Rain's Legend of Rainism concert where they performed various songs from their then-unreleased single album Just BLAQ. MBLAQ's first single, "Oh Yeah", was released to the public through a music video on October 14, 2009 with their debut single album, Just BLAQ releasing on the same day. MBLAQ made their...

    Acting career

    In 2010, he was cast in Jungle Fish 2, a youth drama which tackles real life issues about students. He participated in the OST for Jungle Fish 2, singing the song "슬픈예감 (Feeling Sad)" with Hong Jong-hyun.[citation needed] In 2011, Lee lent his voice for the Korean dub of the film Gnomeo & Juliet. In 2012 he was cast in Iris II, the sequel to the espionage series Iris. The same year, he joined the variety show, We Got Married where he was paired up with Oh Yeon-seoin an on-screen marriage. In...

    Lee Joon was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, and has an older sister. He won second place in a dance competition and thus won a scholarship to Seoul Arts High School. He majored in modern dance at the Korea National University of Arts and attended Kyung Hee Cyber University. Lee has stated that he was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Lee beg...

    Lee Joon at HanCinema
    Lee Joon at the Korean Movie Database
  4. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › SunmiSunmi - Wikipedia

    Lee Sun-mi (born Sun Mi on May 2, 1992), known mononymously as Sunmi (stylized as SUNMI ), is a South Korean singer, dancer, songwriter and record producer. She debuted in 2007 as a member of South Korean girl group Wonder Girls and left the group in 2010 to pursue her studies. After a three-year hiatus, Sunmi resumed her career as a soloist ...

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › NaresuanNaresuan - Wikipedia

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    Prince Naret (Thai: พระนเรศ) was born in Phitsanulok in 1555–56.[note 1] He was the son of King Mahathammarachathirat of Phitsanulok and his queen consort, Wisutkasat. His mother was a daughter of Maha Chakkraphat and queen consort Suriyothai. His father was a Sukhothai noble who had defeated Worawongsathirat in 1548 and put Maha Chakkraphat on the...

    The Burmese–Siamese War (1568–69) was ended by Bayinnaung, who installed Maha Thammaracha as a vassal king of Ayutthaya. After six years in Pegu, c. 1570, Prince Naret and his brother the White Prince returned to Ayutthaya.: 63, 67, 75 While in Burma, "he followed the best of Burmese military training," studying alongside the "elite of Burmese yout...

    Maha Thammaracha made Naret the Uparaja ("crown prince") of Phitsanulok as Naresuan at the age of 15.: 67–68, 75 [note 2] Naresuan joined his father and the King of Bago in an expedition to conquer Vientiane, the capital of the restored Lan Xang, but he contracted smallpox and had to return. He built Chankasem Palace in Ayutthaya as a residence whe...

    The elephant battle

    King Naresuan is known in Thailand for his 1593 elephant duel with Crown Prince Mingyi Swa. However, most other accounts of the era mention an elephant battle but not a formal duel.

    Dawei and Tanintharyi

    In 1593, Naresuan sent Chao Phraya Chakri and Phraya Phra Khlang to attack Tanintharyi and Dawei, a Mon city, which fell after 15- and 20-day sieges respectfully. Nanda Bayin launched a Burmese fleet to defend those cities, but arrived too late and was defeated by a combined Thai fleet. Additionally, a land force marching from Mottama was ambushed by the combined Chakri and Khlang force, resulting in the capture of 11 Burmese commanders, many elephants, horses, men, arms, and ammunition.: 138...

    Capture of Longvek

    In 1593, Naresuan then launched a successful campaign to subjugate Cambodia, and executed its king Nakphra Sattha or Chey Chettha. Naresuan then brought Khmer families to populate his northern provinces.: 143–144

    Natshinnaung killed Nanda Bayin while he was held captive in Toungoo. Nyaungyan Min then crowned himself as the King of Ava to counter the Viceroys of Toungoo and Prome. Siam was then free of a Burmese threat for four years until the King of Ava went on a campaign to subjugate the Shans. When he advanced as far as Theinni, Naresuan raised an army o...

    According to Damrong Rajanubhab, "Naresuan was recorded as a brave and glorious king. Therefore his glory is evident up to the present day. The kingdom of Siam at that period was widest in extent, opulent and redounding in glory.": 178 1. Thai baht banknotes 1.1. 100 baht note of series 12, issued with the intention of glorifying Thai monarchs in h...

    Khan Kluay — a 2006 animated Thai film based on the life of the king's war elephant, followed by the lives of the elephant's offspring in Khan Kluay 2.
    King Naresuan Online — a fantasy massively multiplayer online role-playing game(MMORPG) released in 2010 by KNO - King Naresuan Online
    Damrong Rajanubhab (1928). Chris Baker (ed.). Our Wars with the Burmese: Thai–Burmese Conflict 1539–1767. Translated by Aung Thein (2001 ed.). Bangkok: White Lotus. ISBN 974-7534-58-4.
    Eade, J.C. (1989). Southeast Asian Ephemeris: Solar and Planetary Positions, A.D. 638–2000. Ithaca: Cornell University. ISBN 0-87727-704-4.
    Fernquest, Jon (Spring 2005). Mae Fah Luang University (ed.). "The Flight of Lao War Captives from Burma back to Laos in 1596: A Comparison of Historical Sources" (PDF). SOAS Bulletin of Burma Rese...
    Royal Historical Commission of Burma (1832). Hmannan Yazawin(in Burmese). Vol. 1–3 (2003 ed.). Yangon: Ministry of Information, Myanmar.
  6. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Kim_Sun-aKim Sun-a - Wikipedia

    Kim Sun-a (Korean: 김선아; born October 1, 1973) is a South Korean actress. She is best known for her titular role as Kim Sam-soon in the popular television series My Lovely Sam Soon (2005). Other notable series include City Hall (2009), Scent of a Woman (2011),The Lady in Dignity (2017), Should We Kiss First? (2018), Children of Nobody ...

  7. World Wonder Ring Stardom (スターダム 女子プロレス), often referred to simply as Stardom (stylized as ST★RDOM ), [2] is a Japanese joshi puroresu or women's professional wrestling promotion based in Tokyo, Japan. Stardom was founded in September 2010 by former All Japan Women co-producer Rossy Ogawa, retired professional wrestler ...

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