Kim Hye Yoon Adorable in Best New Actress Win at the 2022 Grand Bell Awards and Leads the Way with Black Dress Done Right

This Friday evening in Seoul was the Grand Bell Awards (Daejong Awards) which only covers the movie industry. It’s highly prestigious but most readers here are K-drama centered so may not have watched or followed the K-movie circuit this year, but everyone has heard about Decision to Leave which took home Best Movie and male lead Park Hae Il continues his awards sweep by winning Best Actor. Yeom Jung Ah won Best Actress for Life is Beautiful, Yoona didn’t have a lot of screen time in Confidential Assignment 2 but won Best Supporting Actress, and Best Supporting Actor winner Byun Yo Han got the nod for his role in sageuk Hansan: Rising Dragon. The newbie awards went to Kim Hye Yoon for The Girl on a Bulldozer and Moo Jin Sung for the ensemble movie Perhaps Love. The outfits I only like Kim Hye Yoon despite the simplicity of her black dress it fit her beautifully and she looks so young and elegant in it. Ong Seung Woo also gets kudos for doing a waistcoat look.

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Decision to Leave Wins Major Prizes at the 2022 Blue Dragon Awards with Lots of Star Power in Attendance

The awards sweeping juggernaut that is K-movie Decision to Leave continues to domination, taking home Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor for Park Hae Il and Best Actress for Tang Wei at this Friday’s 2022 Blue Dragon Awards in … Continue reading

Famed Director Park Chan Wook’s New Movie Decision to Leave with Park Hae Il and Tang Wei Receive Rapturous Standing Ovation at Cannes and Contender for Top Prize

Who says awarding winning top K-director Park Chan Wook can’t keep surprising this long into his exceptional career. His first movie in 6 years since The Handmaiden debuted at the Cannes Film Festival this week to thunderous reception, with a … Continue reading

Movieweek Selects Top 15 Box Office Draws Among Korea Actors

The Korean acting industry is much like Hollywood in that its biggest movie stars rarely return to the small screen once they have transitioned successfully to a movie career. Viewers watching Korean dramas may think certain actors or actresses must … Continue reading