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Best Actress Lee Jung-hyun in tears, "Such a small movie..."

2015/11/26 | Permalink | Source

Actress Lee Jung-hyun won the Best Actress which resulted in tears of joy.

The 36th Blue Dragon Awards was held on the 26th.

Candidates for Best Actress were Jeon Do-yeon, Lee Jung-hyun, Kim Hye-soo, Jun Ji-hyun and Han Hyo-joo.

Lee Jung-hyun showed tears as she held her trophy. She said, "I didn't think for a second that I'd get it because my competition were so strong and it's such a small movie".

"I wanted to come and enjoy the awards but I am so grateful for this award. Thank you, producer Park Chan-wook. I hope this is a chance for various movies to be made in Korea for the development of Korean movies".

Meanwhile, 21 Korean movies were nominated for the awards this year. "The Assassination" was voted for 11 categories, which makes it the most nominated movies this year. "Veteran" was nominated for 10 categories, "The Throne" for 9 and "Ode to My Father" for 8.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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