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Kim Soo-hyun cried tears of joy for winning Best Rookie Actor award

2014/05/27 | 3658 views | Permalink | Source

Actor Kim Soo-hyun had the honor of winning the Baeksang Arts Awards, Movie Category: Best Rookie Actor award.

Kim Soo-hyun won this award for his performance in the movie "Secretly and Greatly".

Kim Soo-hyun made a speech thanking the director of the movie and everyone else in it.

Kim Soo-hyun said, "I feel energy in the word 'rookie', but I am also nervous. Thank you for a one of a kind award. I am always going to do my best, so you can count on it".

Jun Ji-hyun and Son Hyun-joo were shown down below the stage and smiled brightly for him.

This year's Rookie Award nominees were Kim Soo-hyun, Kim Woo-bin from "Friends 2", Yeo Jin-goo from "Hwayi : A Monster Boy", Lee Joon from "Rough Play" and Im Si-wan from "The Attorney".

This year's Baeksang Arts Awards is hosted by Kim Ah-joong and is divided into 13 categories for films and 15 categories of TV shows.

Source : tvdaily.asiae.co.kr/r...

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