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[Lily's Take] The 2017 MBC Drama Awards - In Memory of the Stars We Lost

2017/12/30 | 2496 views | Permalink | Source

MBC Drama Awards aired a special memorial video for the stars we lost in 2017.

During the Awards ceremony, actor Kim Sang-joong dedicated a speech to them. "We wish to have a moment to remember our beloved stars that we miss so much before this year is even over. These great actor and actresses will forever be remembered in our memories and hearts. Grateful for them all, we won't forget them".

Shortly after, a memorial video was aired, featuring actor Kim Joo-hyuk, actress Kim Young-ae, Kim Ji-yeong, and Lee Mi-ji. Witnessing their legacies and passion for acting through the video made hearts heavy.

MBC ended the video by commenting, "We were happy to have such excellent actors and actresses. We will forever remember these names: Kim Young-ae, Kim Ji-yeong, Lee Mi-ji, and Kim Joo-hyuk. We may have lost these stars, but their spirits still lives in our heart".

By: Lily Lee

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