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"Man of the Year" Cha Seung-won

2011/12/22 | Permalink | Source

Actor Cha Seung-won has been chosen as the Man of the Year.

He attended "The 6th A-Awards" in the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seoul on the 22nd.

He had the honor of being chosen as the best actor who shone in 2011 with the best black color walkers.

He said, "I am so happy to have been chosen as someone who was remembered for the year. I wanted time to pass quickly but now I wish 2011 will go by slowly. It's an honor to have this award.

Established my male fashion magazine Arena Homme Plus and car brand Audi Korea, "A-Awards" chooses the best male who shone in the past year in every category and the evaluation is done by professionals in special areas.

Meanwhile, other than Cha Seung-won, swimming athlete Park Tae-hwan, Singer Yoon Do-hyun, Super Star K Kim Yong-beom, Stylist Jeong Yoon-ki, Kaist professor Jeong Jae-seung and other creative people were chosen for awards.

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