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Kim Nam-gil for "Rising Star Award"

2014/03/23 | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Nam-gil was honored with the Rising Star Award.

He's been awarded one of the most important awards at the eighth Asian Film Special Award hosted by AFAA.

This award was given to him not only because of his performance as an actor but also because his various activities in making documentaries and directing advertisements.

Kuriyama Chiakika, a Japanese actress was given a similar prize to Kim Nam-gil. Yen Ji Dan and Lau Ka Ling were given the Outstanding Actress and Actor Award.

This event meant a lot as it was a collaboration of the Busan International Film Festival, Tokyo International Film Festival and AFAA. Chairmen Lee Yong-gwan and Shina from Tokyo were at the event as well.

Meanwhile, Kim Nam-gil is heading over to Japan on the 24th for a concert of the 25th and 26th. He's looking forward to the release of the movie "Pirates" with Son Ye-jin.

Source : www.osen.co.kr/articl...

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