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MBC Drama Awards Grand Prize winner Ji Sung is a bit flabbergasted to receive also Best Couple Award with Park Seo-joon

2015/12/30 | 4768 views | Permalink | Source

Ji Sung expressed his candid feelings about being nominated for Best Couple Award with Park Seo-joon and winning the award actually later on.

Ji Sung said "I'm flabbergasted for being nominated for Best Couple with Park Seo-joon. If I'd win the award, I'd like to receive it with Hwang Jung-eum', before the winner was announced during MBC Drama Awards ceremony on December 30th.

Park Seo-joon said, "I missed Yona", which incited laughter on the venue.

Twelve couples have been nominated including 'Kill Me, Heal Me' Ji Sung and Hwang Jung-eum, "She Was Pretty" Park Seo-joon and Hwang Jung-eum, 'Scholar Who Walks the Night' Lee Joon-gi and Lee Yoo-bi, "Angry Mom" Ji Soo and Kim Hee-sun.

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