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Han Hyo-joo, "The Blue Dragon Film Award for Best Actress, it was heavy and scary"

2014/11/20 | 1267 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Han Hyo-joo talked about winning Best Actress at the Blue Dragon Film Awards last year.

The hand printing event for the 35th Blue Dragon Film Awards was held in Yeongdeung-po TFC mall CGV on the 20th. Han Hyo-joo said, "It's an honor to be here with amazing people. This is my first time hand printing so I am just grateful".

"Last year, I said it was heavy and scary and it really was. The prize was honorable, but I couldn't be all happy despite the blessings. If I had the chance again, I hope I'm ready to be accepted as an actress this time".

Hwang Jung-min, Han Hyo-joo, Lee Jung-jae, Yeo Jin-goo, and Park Ji-soo, all of whom are winners of an award last year, were at the event.

Meanwhile, the netizen vote started on the 14th. Anyone can be a part of it and 100 free passes to the Cheongryong Awards held on the 17th of December will be given out.

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