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Korea Drama Awards: Will Kim Soo-hyun win 2 years in row?

2015/10/08 Source

Stars are going to Jinju for the 2015 Korea Drama Awards is being held on the 9th.

2015 KDA will open at 6PM with Oh Sang-jin and Yoona as hosts with performances by U-Kiss. This year's awards has got many foreign interests and therefore dramas and actresses and actors of high quality were nominated for the prizes. Even web-dramas were nominated. Nominees for the Grand Prize are Kim Soo-hyun, Cha Seung-won, Yoo Dong-geun, Ji Sung and Joo Won.

Further nominees for this year are Park Hae-jin, Lee Jong-suk, Kim Tae-hee, Park Shin-hye, Hwang Jung-eum, Seo Kang-joon, Jo Jung-suk, Kim Sa-rang, IU and other Hallyu stars. Awards will be given out in 16 different categories.

Various fans from international countries will be coming to see the awards. Fans from Taiwan, Hong Kong, China and other countries are expected to be there. Media from China, Japan, England and others will also be present.

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