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'Lady Vengeance' Wins Top Film Award

2005/11/30 | 342 views | Permalink | Source

Director Park Chan-wook's "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" has won the domestic award for best picture.

At the 26th Blue Dragon Film Awards in KBS Hall Tuesday, the movie's lead actress Lee Young-ae also won best actress. Hwang Jung-min won best actor for his performance in "You Are My Sunshine".

The awards are the nation's version of Hollywood's Oscars.

Lim Ha-Ryong was named best supporting actor and Kang Hye-jung best supporting actress for their roles in "Welcome to Dongmakgol", which won a special award for topping the box office this year with 6.15 million tickets sold.

Kim Ji-soo won the best new actress award for "This Charming Girl" and Chun Jung-myung took the best new actor award for "Storm and Sun".

The best director award went to Park Jin-pyo for "You Are My Sunshine".

Reported by KBS World Radio

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