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Lee Young-ae Wins Best Actress Award At Blue Dragon Film Awards

2005/11/30 Source

In news from Korea's entertainment industry
Lee Young-ae won the best female actor honor at this year's prestigious Blue Dragon Film Awards for her role in the movie "Sympathy for Lady Vengeance".
The film is the final episode of director Park Chan-wook's revenge trilogy about a woman's quest for vengeance after serving 13-year jail term for a child murder she did not commit.
"Sympathy for Lady Vengeance" was also named the best movie of the year.
Now the best male actor award went to Hwang Jung-min for his role in "You Are My Sunshine".
Meanwhile, "Welcome to Dongmakgol" one of the highest grossing films of the year took home three awards including the best director honor.

NOV 30, 2005
- Reporter, hkson

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