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52nd Daejong Film Awards (Grand Bell Awards) 2015 Winners

2015/11/20 | Permalink

52nd Daejong Film Awards (Grand Bell Awards) 2015 winners during the ceremony presented by Shin Hyun-joon and Han Go-eun.

Best Film

"Ode to My Father"


Best Director

 JK Youn for "Ode to My Father"


Best Actor

Hwang Jung-min for "Ode to My Father"

Best Actress

Jun Ji-hyun for "The Assassination"


Best Screenplay

Park Su-jin for "Ode to My Father"


Best Supporting Actor

Oh Dal-soo for "Ode to My Father"

Best Supporting Actress

Kim Hae-sook for "The Throne"


Lifetime Achievement Award for the Advancement of Cinema

Director Jeong Chang-Hwa (above)

Actor Yoon Il-bong


Best Music

Kim Jun-seong for "The Tenor Lirico Spinto"


Popularity Award

Kim Soo-hyun and Gong Hyo-jin


Best Planning

"Ode to My Father"

Best Cinematography

Choi Young-hwan for "Ode to My Father"

Best Lighting

Kim Min-jae for "The Silenced"

Best Editing

Lee Jin for "Ode to My Father"

Best Visual Effects

CG Team for "Ode to My Father"

Best Sound

Lee Seung-cheol

Best Art Direction

Chae Kyeong-seo for "The Royal Tailor"

Best Costume

Cho Sang-kyung for "The Royal Tailor"


Best Foreign Actors

Honglei Sun

Gao Yuanyuan


Best New Director

 Baek Jong-yeol for "Beauty Inside"


Best New Actor

Lee Min-ho for "Gangnam Blues"

Best New Actress

Lee Yoo-young for "Late Spring"

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