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34th Blue Dragon Film Awards Winners

2013/11/22 | 5111 views | Permalink | Source

Hwang Jung-min and Han Hyo-joo (right) pose after winning the Best Actor and Actress Awards at the Blue Dragon Film Awards in Seoul on Friday.

Winners' List

Best Film
"Hope" by Lee Joon-ik

Best Director
Bong Joon-ho for "Snowpiercer"

Best New Director
Kim Byeong-woo for "The Terror Live"

Best Leading Actor
Hwang Jung-min for "The New World"

Best Leading Actress
Han Hyo-joo for "Cold Eyes"

Best Supporting Actor
Lee Jung-jae for "The Face Reader"

Best Supporting Actress
Ra Mi-ran for "Hope"

Best New Actor
Yeo Jin-goo for "Hwayi : A Monster Boy"

Best New Actress
Park Ji-soo for "Mai Ratima"

Best Cinematography
Choi Young-hwan for "The Berlin File"

Best Music
Mowg for "Hwayi : A Monster Boy"

Best Art Direction
 Ondrej Nekvasil for "Snowpiercer"

Technical Award
Jeong Seong-jin, Visual Effects for "Mr. Go"

Best Original Screenplay
Jo Joong-hoon and Kim Ji-hye for "Hope"

Best Lighting
Kim Seong-gwan for "The Berlin File"

Popular Star Award
Kim Min-hee, Lee Byung-hun, Sol Kyung-gu and Gong Hyo-jin

Most Popular Film is awarded to the movie with the highest viewership throughout the previous year
"Miracle in Cell No.7"

Best short film
"Mija" by Jeon Hyo-jeong

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