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Audi Picks Korea's Most Successful Men

2008/12/02 | 509 views | Permalink | Source

From left mime Yoo Jin-kyu, actor Ha Jung-woo, designer Jung Wook-jun, singer GDragon of Big Bang, baseball coach Kim Kyung-moon, movie director Kim Jee-woon, novelist Lee Oi-soo, and chief executive of the aA Design Museum Kim Myung-han, the eight recipients of the A-Awards for the most successful men of the year given by men's fashion magazine Arena and Audi Korea. The award ceremony will be held in Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seoul next Tuesday. /Courtesy of Audi Korea

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