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Go Hyun-jung wins grand prize at SBS Drama Awards

2011/01/02 | 3757 views | Permalink | Source

Actress Go Hyun-jung [SBS]

Korean actress Go Hyun-jung received the grand prize at major broadcaster SBS' year-end drama awards ceremony held on the last day of 2010.

At the SBS Drama Awards held at the SBS Open Hall on Friday, Ko was awarded the top acting honor for her role in "Daemul - Big Thing" in which she played Seo Hae-rim, about one woman's rise to become the first female president in the country.

"I want to thank and send out my love to the audience for watching the show and I will now step out of my character [as the Persident] and work hard in becoming a better actress. Happy New Year and thank you so much", said Ko in her acceptance speech.

First prize acting awards were handed to actor kwon Sang-woo ("Daemul - Big Thing") and Hyun Bin and Ha Ji-won ("Secret Garden").

Series "Giant" was the big winner of the night, sweeping a total 14 awards in eight categories including best drama, best couple and three Top Ten Star awards.

The ceremony featured musical performances by several ensemble casts including Nam Gyu-ri, Han Chae-ah and Super Junior member Choi Si-won.

2010 SBS Drama Awards - List of Winners

▲ Grand Prize : Go Hyun-jung

▲ First Prize Drama Special (Actor/Actress) : kwon Sang-woo ("Daemul - Big Thing"), Hyun Bin and Ha Ji-won ("Secret Garden")

▲ First Prize Special Project (Actor/Actress) : Lee Beom-soo ("Giant"), Kim Jung-eun ("I Am Legend")

▲ First Prize Long-term drama (Actor/Actress) : Son Hyun-joo, Yoo Ho-jung ("Definitely Neighbors")

▲ Drama of the Year : "Giant"

▲ Netizens' Choice - Most Popular Star : Hyun Bin, Ha Ji-won ("Secret Garden")

▲ Netizens' Choice - Most Popular Drama : "Secret Garden"

▲ Top Ten Stars : Lee Beom-soo, Park Jin-hee, Jung Bo-suk ("Giant"), Go Hyun-jung, kwon Sang-woo ("Daemul - Big Thing"), Ha Ji-won, Hyun Bin ("Secret Garden"), Lee Seung-gi, Shin Min-ah ("My Girlfriend is a Gumiho"), Kim So-yeon ("Prosecutor Princess", "Doctor Champ")

▲ Lifetime Achievement Award : Park Geun-hyung

▲ Producer Awards : Cha In-pyo ("Daemul - Big Thing"), Park Sang-min ("Giant"), Han Hye-jin ("Jejoongwon")

▲ Acting Awards - Long-term Series : Song Chang-eui ("Life is Beautiful"), Kang Sung-yeon ("My Wife is Back")
▲ Acting Awards - Drama Special : Lee Seung-gi, Shin Min-ah ("My Girlfriend is a Gumiho")
▲ Acting Awards - Special Production : Jung Bo-suk, Park Jin-hee ("Giant")

▲ New Star Awards : Joo Sang-wook, Hwang Jung-eum, Kim Soo-hyun ("Giant"), Choi Si-won ("Oh! My Lady"), Nam Gyu-ri ("Life is Beautiful"), Han Chae-ah ("Definitely Neighbors"), Ham Eun-jung ("Coffee House"), No Min-woo-I ("My Girlfriend is a Gumiho")

▲ Best Couple : Lee Seung-gi, Shin Min-ahh ("My Girlfriend is a Gumiho"), Joo Sang-wook, Hwang Jung-eum ("Giant"), Hyun Bin, Ha Ji-won ("Secret Garden")

▲ Human Drama Award : "Definitely Neighbora"
▲ Frontier Drama Award : "Doctor Champ"

▲ Supporting Actors - Long-term Series : Shin Sung-rok ("Definitely Neighbors"), Im Ji-eun ("Three Sisters")
▲ Supporting Actors - Drama Special : Lee Jae-yong-I, Lee Soo-kyung ("Daemul - Big Thing")
▲ Supporting Actors - Special Production : Lee Duk-hwa (Giant), Hong Ji-min ("I Am Legend")

Reporter : Ko Kyoung-seok kave@
Editor : Lucia Hong luciahong@
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