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Choi Min-sik, Jo Min-soo and Ha Jung-woo at the Asian Film Awards?

2013/03/17 | 722 views | Permalink | Source

While the 7th Asian Film Awards is being held in Hong Kong on the 18th, many of the big Korean names are being mentioned as candidates.

Movie, "Nameless Gangster" has been nominated in the 6 major categories.

This movie, directed by Yoon Jong-bin and starring Choi Min-sik and Ha Jung-woo has been nominated for The Best Rookie Award (Kim Sung-kyun), The Best Actor (Ha Jung-woo), The Best Script (Yoon Jong-bin), The Best Art, The Best Music and others.

"Pieta" directed by Kim Ki-duk has been nominated for three different categories including The Best Director, The Best Actress (Jo Min-soo) and others.

On top of that, "The Thieves" has also been nominated for The Best Shooting, The Best Editing and others. "Doomsday Book" and "A Werewolf Boy" have been nominated in "The Best Costume" category.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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