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Ha Jung-woo and Tang Wei, Best Actor and Actress at Yeong Pyeong Awards

2011/10/30 | 667 views | Permalink | Source

Ha Jung-woo from "The Yellow Sea" and Tang Wei from "Late Autumn" were awarded the Yeong Pyeong Best Actor and Actress prizes. The Korean Film Critics Association announced the 31st Yeong Pyeong Awards prize winners. The Awards will take place on the 11th of November at the Press Center International Conference Hall with the emceeing of Ahn Sung-ki and Kang Yoo-jeong. Best Picture was given to "The Front Line" by Jang Hoon. "The Front Line" was awarded Best Picture, Best Script, Best Director and Best Rookie Actor. The Best Rookie Director Award was given to Park Jeong-beom for "The Journals of Musan". The Best Actor was given to Ha Jung-woo from "The Yellow Sea" and the Best Actress to Tang Wei of "Late Autumn". The Best Rookie Actor was given to Lee Jae-hoon of "The Front Line" and the Best Rookie Actress to Yoo Da-in of "Re-encounter".

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