There was a bit of sunshine on the red carpet but no secrets. At least none that we know of.
At the Sixth Korean Film Awards, the night belonged to Secret Sunshine (밀양) with Cannes award winner for Best Actress Jeon Do-yeon, co-star Song Kang ho and director, Lee Chang-dong. Korean-as-a-second-language hottie Daniel Henney was recognized for his English acting skills in his portrayal of adopted son in My Father and the no-show Song Hye-gyo nabbed the Best New Actress award for Hwangjini. Also, Shim Hyung-rae’s disastrous over hyped film, D-War (aka Dragon Wars) managed to get a nod for its special effects.
Winners at the 6th Korean Film Awards:
Best Actor : Song Kang-ho (Secret Sunshine)
Best Actress : Jeon Do-yeon (Secret Sunshine)
Best Supporting Actor: Sung Ji-roo (Paradise Murdered)
Best Supporting Actress: Gong Hyo-jin (Happiness)
Best New Actor: Daniel Henney (My Father)
Best New Actress: Song Hye-gyo (Hwangjini)
Best Director: Lee Chang Dong (Secret Sunshine)
Best New Director: Kim Mi Jung (Shadows in the Palace)
Best Original Screenplay: Choi Dong Hun (Tazza)
Best Art Direction: Yoo Joo Ho & Yoon Sang Yoon (M)
Best Cinematography: Hong Kyung Pyo (M)
Best Special Effects: D-War
However, on the red carpet, it was no secret that the queen of the night was Kim Hye-soo. The voluptuous star gave “fan service” by bringing out her assets.
Check out the red carpet video clip here and award winners and mega post of pictures after the jump.
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