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Lee Byung-hun, Yoo Ah-in and Han Hyo-joo to be awarded the 2015 Top Star Award

2015/12/23 Source

Actors and actress Lee Byung-hun, Yoo Ah-in and Han Hyo-joo are being awarded the Korean Top Star Prizes.

Also, the winners of the popular award are Kim Soo-hyun and Choo Ja-hyun, and the most popular stars in Korean movies are Byun Yo-han, Choi Wooshik, Lee Yoo-young and Park So-dam.

Producers Lee Joon-ik and Lee Byung-hun are taking home to the Best Director Awards and martial arts dicrector Jung Doo-hong is being given the Martial Arts Director Award. Ahn Sung-ki is being awarded the Achievement Award.

The 2015 Korean Top Star Awards is being held on the 29th at the Grand Hyatt and it's being hosted by Shin Hyun-joon and Lee Da-hee. The Korean Actors and Actresses Association and members of it make up the judge.

Last year's winners, Kim Han-min, Yang Woo-seok, director Kim Hak-soon and actors Im Si-wan and Kang Ha-neul, will be in attendance at the event to announce the winners.

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